Customer Review Summary for Honda Accord CrossTour
Great "mom car" without looking like a "mom car"
2013 Honda Accord CrossTourSamantha K. - Pasadena, CA07/02/2015
Very comfortable ride, even with five people in the car. Stylish design; great tech integration for phone - bluetooth works really well. I like the back up camera, makes parking much easier. Has a lot of cargo space, especially when you put the back seats down. Very useful car without being too big. Great fuel economy.
It's a 4WD car! Best of both worlds! MPG is very good for 4WD too!
Sweet, sweet ride
2012 Honda Accord CrossTourLee John - Los Angeles, CA04/09/2017
I have the 2012 V6 AWD EX-L model (no nav). It's the 5th car I've owned so far, and by far my favorite. First off the exterior looks freaking awesome. It's a ninja wagon. The interior is super sleek black leather with some subtle vanity lighting. I surf and play in a band. It's got enough space for my shortboards and a couple dudes. I can fit enough stuff for duo gigs, or if I need to fit my full drum set I can drop the back seats and it all fits well. The engine is powerful enough to merge/pass very effectively. It handles like a car on steroids, very stable feel and smooth as butter. I'm getting about 400 miles to a tank (freeway) which translates to just under 30 mpg (if I drive fairly conservatively). I say get one.
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