Accord Crosstour, JDM Odyssey, or JDM Accord Tourer - Which would have been your pick?
During the time since Honda's original Odyssey departed American showrooms, the North American market has also evolved, with the crossover segment emerging as an increasingly sizable piece of the pie. Enter the 2010 Accord Crosstour. While most people have only seen photos of the new Crosstour to date, the lion's share of the public's reaction has been charitably categorizable as "less than favorable." To be fair, however, we won't know if Honda made the right call until the model's sales results begin to come in.
Lest we forget, in addition to the JDM Odyssey, Honda also offers a more traditional Accord Tourer (read: "wagon") available overseas, and it's a model that many commenters on both this website and Honda's own Crosstour Facebook page have noted and expressed a preference for. In the case of the Odyssey, the JDM vehicle has arguably become more like a CUV than a minivan, what with its four traditionally-hinged doors and a lower roof than past iterations. The front end styling draws directly on the FCX Clarity, another car-based design cue.
Although it would be premature to judge the value of a model before consumers get the chance determine its success or failure, it sounds like many of you are already wondering whether Honda made the right decision. If you have some initial thoughts, drop your fellow commenter a line and be sure to take our poll after the jump – and we'll keep an eye on sale figures!
|Hand me the keys to the Accord Crosstour.||1 (16.7%)|
|Hand me keys to the JDM Odyssey.||1 (16.7%)|
|Hand me keys to the JDM Accord Tourer.||1 (16.7%)|
|They should sell both the JDM Accord Tourer and the Odyssey.||1 (16.7%)|
|They should sell all three.||1 (16.7%)|
|They shouldn't try to sell any of them.||1 (16.7%)|
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