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2014 Honda Crosstour

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On: Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 1:16PM | By: Karen Cook

2014 Honda Crosstour

Honda’s new 2014 Crosstour hit the showrooms this week. It’s pretty much the same as the 2013. It’s got a starting price of around $28,000 and, depending on your option choices, could go as high as $38,000.

The basic EX comes with a 2.4-liter 192 horsepower engine and is 2-wheel drive. Also standard is air conditioning and a seven-speaker 360-watt audio system with Bluetooth and USB capabilities. There’s no need to ask for cruise control which has controls on the steering wheel next to the audio and phone controls. All that is standard too. The back seats fold down with a 60/40 split and armrest, the floor panels are reversible, and there’s even a handy hidden utility box in there. And don’t forget the auto dimming rear view mirror which changes according to the light. Honda also gave it keyless entry with push button start. Quite a package on a standard model.

Of course, if you need more, Honda has you covered. Other options include leather seats, tilting mirrors, and an upgraded radio and navigational system.

The Crosstour won’t let you down on safety, either. It has a warning system to let you know if you’re about to crash and also if you leave your lane. It’s full of airbags and also has Vehicle Stability Assist.

If you really need your vehicle to do something special, the Honda Crosstour has a long list of accessories to cover just about anything you want it to do. There are cargo nets, organizers, and trays to handle any groceries and cargo to keep spills and stains from damaging the cargo space. There are roof racks available for carrying everything from bicycles and surfboards to skis and kayaks. If you just want it a little fancier you can get chrome-look wheels, body side molding, a hood air deflector or a moon-roof visor.

It’s up to you how you put it together, but with so many options and so much space you can’t go wrong with a Honda Crosstour.

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DipStick | 12:16PM (Fri, Sep 27, 2013)

The Honda Crosstour is ridiculously ugly. There, I said it. Oh my, such a controversial opinion. I generally love referring to beauty and the beholder and all that, but the Crosstour deserves no design defence.

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