Guide: 5=Perfect; 3=Good; 1=Poor
Pros: What do you like about your 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour?
Very quiet ride and cabin, smooth acceleration.
The traction is very sure-footed and I feel very secure when road conditions are not good.
Visually different than any other CUV on the road.
The sound system (ipod interface) is great and the bluetooth system is good.
The legroom in the front and rear os good and I like the the driver memory seats, nice touch.
The cargo area is flexible.
Cons: How would you improve your 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour?
The rear view window is an issue, visibility is limited and a blindspot system should be built in, along with rear-view camera as standard features.
A power lift gate and push button start would have been nice additions.
Turning lights on the side view mirrors would have been a nice touch as well.
Fuel economy was a little surprising for a Honda, I'd like to see an engine/power configuration that at least averaged 20/27 per gallon.
2010 Honda Accord Crosstour Review:
Overall, this is a very good vehicle. The internet noise is really unwarranted and mean spirited to a degree. No car is perfect, but I appreciate what Honda was trying to do, I am sure they will make improvements to subsequent model years.
I personally like the styling, polarizing I will admit (you either like or hate). However, I strongly suggest that you drive the vehicle for yourself, leave the bias to the bloggers and just enjoy the ride.
Trust me, I had a Venza for 13 months, I was not pleased with the build quality of the vehicle, it was cheaply put together and there is no "feel" to the steering and the cabin was noisy. In addition, the base stereo was lousy for a vehicle that size and my 4cyl surged (revved high) during shifts for no reason on a daily basis, but then would go back to its normal performace. In the end, it felt like a big old station wagon and it made me feel that way.
The Crosstour overall is a much better choice (sportier), unless you need the storage space on a regular basis. The pros outweighed the cons in my evaluation.
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