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* Roomy seating; carlike driving dynamics; quiet cabin; available all-wheel drive. Source: Edmunds * The 2014 Honda Crosstour is part wagon, part sedan, part CUV and 100-percent different. Riding on the same platform as the Honda Accord Sedan the Crosstour Wagon is given clearance to do more, with larger springs that elevate it six inches from the ground, and an available all-wheel-drive system that permits the Crosstour safe passage in foul weather. On long stretches of open road, the Crosstour Wagon possesses the same light and agile driving dynamics as the Accord Sedan. The handling is crisp and precise with body roll and lean kept to a minimum in all but the most hard-core driving situations. Acceleration with the V6 is impressive thanks in part to a responsive throttle that unleashes the Crosstour's 278 horses without hesitation. Honda's Active Sound Control System cancels out unwanted engine and road noise, creating a quiet and serene cabin. The 5-door Crosstour's tall ride height gives the driver a commanding view of the road. The 2014 Honda Crosstour Wagon has a logically laid-out dash and center console system, one-touch release levers on the rear seats and soft-touch leather seating surfaces. Behind the second-row seat is a 25.7-cubic-foot cargo hold featuring reversible floor panels useful when the cargo at hand is going to leave a mess behind. There's also a removable utility box and side bins hidden beneath the carpeted floor. Fold the seats down, and the Crosstour can swallow 51.3-cubic feet of stuff. Source: The Manufacturer Summary
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The Crosstour comes with a choice of two different engines. The base engine is a 2.4L 4-cylinder, making 192 hp. The V6 displaces 3.5L and makes 278 hp. All-wheel-drive models are V6 only.
The Honda Crosstour is available in four basic trims: EX, EX-L, EX V6 and EX-L V6. The standard EX Crosstour is equipped handsomely and is equipped similarly to what one might be seen on a mid-sized sedan. The Crosstour EX comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, power folding mirrors, projector beam headlights, a 10-way power adjustable driver's seat, a 360-watt 7-speaker sound system with subwoofer, steering wheel mounted cruise and audio controls, fog lights and a one-touch power moonroof. V6 versions of the EX get more than just a bigger engine. The EX V6 also includes an 8-inch screen, a rear backup camera, Honda LaneWatch, 18-inch wheels and dual zone climate control.
Four-cylinder Crosstour EX-L models are actually priced similarly to the EX V6 version, giving prospective buyers an interesting choice. The EX-L includes many of the same features minus the obvious omission of the more powerful engine. However, while the 4-cylinder EX-L also downsizes the wheels back to 17-inches, it adds a nicer power adjustable front passenger seat, satellite radio, heated front seats and a leather-lined interior. V6 versions of the EX-L are similar but have larger wheels, a larger engine and perhaps most importantly, the option of adding all-wheel-drive. A satellite navigation system is optional on both 4-cylinder and V6 versions of the Crosstour EX-L.
Though LaneWatch, Forward Collision detection, Lane Departure Warning system and a backup camera are optional items, there are still plenty of safety systems standard on the Crosstour. Electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes and electronic brake distribution are all included on the base model. All models benefit from a host of airbags including side curtain airbags with a rollover sensor, while active head restraints help minimize the chance of whiplash in an accident.
Versatility, Interior Volume, Car Like Handling, Innovative Styling, Available All-wheel-drive
The Crosstour got a major refresh in 2013, so it comes into 2014 largely unchanged.
The Crosstour derives much of its value from its versatility. It is a mix of sedan, station wagon and SUV, taking the best parts of each type of vehicle and combining them into a one solidly built crossover. The Crosstour features increased ground clearance for rough road capability.
Radio: 360-Watt AM/FM/CD Premium Audio System -inc: 7 speakers, including subwoofer, HondaLink featuring Aha compatibility, audio touch-screen, Pandora Internet Radio compatibility, XM Radio, Bluetooth Streaming Audio, USB audio interface, MP3/auxiliary input jack, MP3/Windows Media Audio (WMA) playback capability, Radio Data System (RDS) and Speed-Sensitive Volume Control (SVC) XM services require a subscription after 90-day trial period. Subscriptions governed by SiriusXM Customer Agreement; see www.siriusxm.com. Available only to those at least 18 years of age in the 48 contiguous United States and D.C.
Radio w/Seek-Scan, Clock and Steering Wheel Controls
Audio Theft Deterrent
Integrated Roof Antenna
Bluetooth Handsfreelink Wireless Phone Connectivity
1 LCD Monitor In The Front
Heated Front Bucket Seats -inc: driver's seat w/10-way power adjustment, including power lumbar support and 2-position memory, front passenger's seat w/4-way power adjustment and adjustable front seat belt anchors
60-40 Folding Bench Front Facing Fold Forward Seatback Rear Seat
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