2010 Honda Accord Crosstour EX-L 4WD

I, too, am among the crowd questioning this car's existence. While it has great features like all-wheel drive and lots of cargo room, its unappealing styling is too much to overlook. However, during my time with the Honda Crosstour, I found that women complimented its looks while men thought the completely opposite, which tells you something, I suppose, about Honda's target market here.

Honda's 271-hp 6-cylinder engine does a good job of getting the robust Crosstour moving, and the ride is quiet and easy going. The horizontal beam stretching across the rear window is massive and blocks some rearward visibility; the humungous C-pillars don't help. But come nightfall, that same beam coincidentally blocks the bright headlights of cars directly behind.

With the rear seats folded down I was able to haul seven large boxes and 2 or 3 small bags of old clothes to the Salvation Army in one trip. I was amazed that it could swallow that much cargo with ease.

Mike Ofiara, Road Test Coordinator

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mo pho, I totally agree. I haee all these coupe crossover. While I think they are horrendous looking, they are the wave of the future and are more practical than a full-size SUV. And the Crosstour looks much better than the BMW X6. Love the name by the way--pho is so wonderful!
mo_pho
oh my god that thing is hideouswhen the image loaded i lunged for my mouse to scroll down as quickly as possible..

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