Honda Crosstour: 2010-’15
August 15, 2016


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Being a hatchback, cargo space suffered and fell well short of the smaller but boxier Honda CR-V. The Crosstour’s extreme hatchback shape also affected rear visibility; later models were equipped with a standard backup camera. The elevated ride height detracted from ride comfort and also made the car feel a bit tippy in the corners. It also suffered from a wide turning circle. A modest redesign for 2013 gave the car a more premium look, but the overall design remained on the awkward side.

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