Customer Review Summary for Honda Accord CrossTour
Perfect Car for a SPORTS MOM!!
2012 Honda Accord CrossTourT M - Lakewood, CO09/11/2015
The car provided the best of having both a car & SUV style all in one... Get the look of a car, gas mileage of a car.. however the space of a SUV... tons of storage, the back without the seats down, hold a large cooler, batbags, chairs, umbrellas, blankets... etc...
It's too bad that Honda does not make this vehicle anymore. It has excellent safety features, the cost to maintain is relatively low, the six cylinder engine is powerful, the styling of the vehicle allows the vehicle to sit higher than a sedan and the gas mileage is close to 30 MPG. It is an excellent vehicle for my retired lifestyle.
awesome car would buy another in the future!!
2011 Honda Accord CrossTourDakota La - hurst, TX06/08/2015
The cons are having a moderate amount of blind spots in the rear view mirror and if you choose the 4wd the transmission set up is a little different but easy to get used to. The pros are it has good pick up and go no tire screeching, good handing, sound system, and very quiet cabin noise.
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