Honda Accord Crosstour: The New Family Car

May 24, 2010
While your inner soccer mom might push you to buy a Toyota Sienna or some other minivan, you sacrifice quite a deal of upfront capital as well as gas mileage. But with the 2010 Honda Crosstour, affordability along with a great deal of cargo room opens the door to a variety of family activities that you might not be able to accomplish with your average four door sedan.The Honda Accord Crosstour offers a great deal of cargo without sacrificing space in the rear cabin. While average crossovers might leave backseat occupants with a lack of legroom, the Accord Crossover gives your family enough room to enjoy a comfortable ride to your destination.

If you need to haul a load of equipment to a sporting event for your children, the Accord Crosstour offers a great deal of cargo room. The crossover presents a 60/40-split hatchback. When your seats are up and family is packed in the car, 25.7 cubic feet is available but if you’re able to collapse the rear seats, the number nearly doubles, to give you a whopping 51.3 cubic-feet. The cargo features don’t stop there. Got drinks you need to keep cold for the family? There is a waterproof hidden removable utility area to store snacks, drinks, or even wet jackets after getting soaked in the rain.

If you aren’t impressed yet, you will be by the affordability of the 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour. Starting at a mere $29,670, it offers good gas mileage, a sleek look, affordable auto insurance, and a vast amount of cargo room.

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