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2010 Honda Accord Crosstour Interior Revealed

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2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

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2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

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2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

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2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

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2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

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2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

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2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

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Despite a storm of negative comments upon the reveal of the 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour's awkward exterior, Honda has decided to stick with Facebook, today unveiling the car's interior on the popular social networking site.

The Accord Crosstour is itself a member of a rapidly burgeoning segment of the industry, seeking to split the difference between crossover, wagon, hatchback and sedan to come out with something arguably all-new.

As these interior photos reveal, there are lots of possibilities for cargo and passenger configurations, much like a typical crossover, while the front seats are all sedan. The familiar Honda styling and orientation of controls mates with a premium material selection including wood trim and leather upholstery to show the Crosstour's up-market aspirations, though the Acura ZDX is the company's true entry into the luxury range of the new vehicle segment.

The top-down cutaway view gives perhaps the best indication of the space inside the Crosstour, revealing a layout hatchback fans will instantly recognize. Two up front, up to three across the rear bench and enough room in the back for luggage, shopping or sports equipment. Lay the rear seats down and you can fit larger objects including lumber, bikes and more.

The rear suspension towers do impinge on the available cargo space fairly significantly, however, and the sloping, narrow roof means large cubic objects won't fit easily into the rear of the Crosstour, potentially limiting its utility.

An under-floor storage area in the cargo deck adds some space, even offering a pull-out tray to make it easy to access the recessed gear. The rear seats can also be laid flat with by pulling levers accessible from the rear cargo area, making it easy to maximize cargo space.

The 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour is expected to feature the same range of powertrains and trim levels found on the standard Accord sedan, though the standard powertrain will consist of Honda's i-VTEC 3.5-liter V-6 engine and all-wheel drive when it debuts for sale in November. Pricing hasn't been revealed, but look forward to TheCarConnection's own impressions and full details on the car/crossover when we get behind the wheel later this year.

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  1. Not bad! I liked the cockpit!!!
     
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  2. That's an Accord? Interesting that they don't develop a new name for a completely different vehicle. Must be built on the Accord chassis or the name is trustworthy and will carry the sales. Interesting move for Honda, however, hope it works out.
     
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  3. Why don't we just admit it - after 25 years, the American luxury station wagon is about to be reborn with international flair. Our old wagons were simply car-based models with a box on the back. Now we get all wheel drive and modern electronics. The Toyota Venza could have been a Buick in the old days. I never saw the advantage of jacking up a good sedan to SUV heights.
     
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  4. Honda = fun to drive but that doesn't mean you can't have function too. The Crosstour should be an upgraded CRV w/bluetooth not necessarily tied to navigation. With rear height so there are no blind spots & ability to carry taller cargo. The CRV is too basic. The Crosstour should offer luxury w/out the Acura price. Have 4 cyl & a manual tranny. Honda has one of the best manual transmissions but they have been taking away the option. Would have bought a CRV if the manual had been offered. One more thing, the lower the interior noise...Honda's would be nicer with lesser road db's. And how about pull down sun screens on the side & rear windows? Hydrogen fuel would be good too.
    BTW, bigger isn't always better. The latest Accord is too big. Almost drives like an old lady car, ie Camry. Come on Honda, keep the sporty drive, moderate size(fit in a compact parking spot), functional, well built vehicle with a stingy thirst & decent hps.
     
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  5. Yes Honda makes a great car. Those new 4 cyl motors really get it on!
     
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