• WSE Posted: 4/12/2010 11:56am PDT

    No sorry, not feeling it. To take an Accord and make it that heavy, with much worse gas mileage and much less visibility... all for slightly more room for stuff in the back (as long as it's not tall or wide) just doesn't add up. Add to that Honda's really questionable recent styling direction and you have the makings of a problem, not a success. The front and rear genuinely look as if they were designed by two separate committees. For some reason the look reminds me of a '79 AMC Eagle hatchback... though it could be argued that the Eagle design was better executed.

  • mee Posted: 4/12/2010 12:10pm PDT

    This proves you can make a good car better!

  • Edward Posted: 4/12/2010 12:49pm PDT

    I could see this whole package going over a lot better if they'd made it more Outback-like...

  • Said Ojinaga Posted: 4/12/2010 2:42pm PDT

    Agree with Edward. They seem to have gone so far to make this Not A Station Wagon that they lost a lot of the utility of a tall upright car-thing. Heavier, worse mileage, no four, and a narrow rear load compartment? Sorry, Honda: #FAIL.

  • Chris Posted: 4/12/2010 5:36pm PDT

    This thing is gonna make history: joining the Pontiac Aztek as another design by committee that ended up looking absolutely awful. If you like it, wait awhile until they languish on the lot for a better deal.

  • charlie Yankos Posted: 4/12/2010 8:29pm PDT

    what is the appeal of this site, not great MPG and UGLY!!! no thanks

  • SEAN Posted: 7/26/2010 1:11pm PDT

    I just leased one after returning a Nissan Pathfinder, I love this vehicle. It took going back to the dealership twice just to make sure it was all that I liked and wanted. It's true that it's a little unusual and the critism about it staying in low gears too long is valid as is the narrow trunk space towards the rear which is going to piss me off at some point. Other than that I love everything about this vehicle including the styling, I don't see very many on the road but I expect that to change as soon as people get used to the lines etc. I have 3 small kids, they love it too. It's not a sports utility vehicle in my mind so forget this car if that's what you're looking for.

  • hi100 avatar hi100 Posted: 8/21/2011 11:12am PDT

    Just another way to charge more for an Accord and a bad job of it, too. Drove one and too many issues to list here.
    Honda has lost it way and not the same Car Co. of Yesteryear.
    Will skip this one and others till they get back to making more reliable and better design and some appointments to their vehicles.

  • fb_1378034571 avatar Kelly Posted: 1/29/2012 4:13pm PST

    I leased a Honda Crosstour in November after having four Pilots. I wanted to switch to a car, but I wanted a little more height than the Accord has to offer. Having driven several Accords prior to those aforementioned Pilots, I knew I wanted to ride a little higher than that. The Crosstour is exactly what I was looking for! I am a stay-at-home mom with one daughter who always has friends with her. We live in the city, and I find this perfect for maneuverability in traffic and much easier to maneuver around crowded city parking lots/garages. Sure, it's not an SUV, but I can get everything in it. And it's not a mini-van or station wagon, thank God! No complaints here...just love for the Crosstour!

  • fb_1378034571 avatar Kelly Posted: 1/29/2012 4:14pm PST

    Would like to add that mine is the 2012 model V-6 WITH 4WD.