2015HondaCrosstour

Honda Crosstour

2010 Honda Crosstour – Click above for high-res image gallery Its introduction was a case study in how to bungle an automotive social media campaign. Badly. It had people running for thesauruses to find new and fascinating synonyms for "ugly." Its TV campaign has something to do with jazz…

- Reviewed by Alex Nunez

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2015 Honda Crosstour
MSRP: $27,530 - $35,290
2014 Honda Crosstour
MSRP: $27,380 - $35,140
2013 Honda Crosstour
MSRP: $27,230 - $34,990
2012 Honda Crosstour
MSRP: $27,755 - $34,540
The Honda Crosstour is no more

The quirky Honda Crosstour is officially dead. Honda is discontinuing the model with the 2016 model year.
Honda settles class-action lawsuit over oil-burning V6s

Although we hadn't heard of this issue before, Automotive News reports that Honda has agreed to settle a massive class-action lawsuit brought against it for engine trouble potentially affecting nearly 1.6 million vehicles. The lawsuit includes Accord (2008-12), Odyssey (2008-13), Pilot (2009-13) and Crosstour (2010-13) models equipped with the 3.5-liter V6 with Variable Cylinder Management, which might experience engine misfire, excessive oil burning and premature spark plug fouling issues.
Honda could halve its US lineup without crimping its sales much [w/video]

Taking a detailed look at the Honda lineup in the US, it isn't hard to see the strength of some models and the weaknesses of others. A recent report on Autoline Daily points out that its five core models – the Accord, Civic, CR-V, Odyssey and Pilot – make up a full 93 percent of Honda's sales in the US. Through April, Honda has sold 419,798 vehicles, and 389,474 of them were from these core models; not to mention the fact that the Accord was the top-selling car in the US last month.
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2011 Honda Accord Crosstour
$21,927 / 33,327 miles / NY
2012 Honda Accord Crosstour
$20,995 / 52,805 miles / NJ
2013 Honda Accord Crosstour
$24,899 / 56,746 miles / DE
Honda yanks sheet off 2013 Crosstour, adds lower base price [w/video]

The Honda Crosstour has been something of an automotive whatcha-ma-call-it. Buyers have found it hard to identify what the high-riding wagon is all about, and so have we. Honda even started out by calling it the Accord Crosstour, and then changed its name to help give it more of its own identity. But with other popular crossovers already in Honda's stables, trying to carve out a niche for the Crosstour has been no easy task.
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