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.
BUYER BEWARE!! Do not buy this particular vehicle!
This is the first year of the new 6-speed and 'Earth Dreams' engine and drivetrain. I do not know if all experience the problems I had which include unexpected stalling, hesitation, and heavy vibration in the drive train. I have owned several Hondas and traded this one after four months. Although it was still within warranty, because I could not duplicate these erratic and unpredictable issues, Honda would not admit a problem or attempt to correct it! Carmax was great, but this vehicle is a LEMON.
As reported in another review, I discovered a drive train vibration when accelerating 20-30 mph, but the Honda Dealer found a service bulletin regarding an axle design issue, and the front axle was replaced at no cost which completely solved the issue. In 20,000 miles, I have had no stalling or hesitation issues as mentioned in another review.
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