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By Cars.com Staff
January 4, 2013
The five-seat Crosstour is a midsize hatchback that offers more cargo-carrying versatility than a conventional family sedan. It receives a host of updates for the 2013 model year, including exterior styling tweaks and more standard features. Offered with a four-cylinder or V-6 engine, the Crosstour can have front- or all-wheel drive. Competitors include the Subaru Outback and Toyota Venza.
New for 2013 Revised styling includes a new front-end that makes the Crosstour look more like the recently redesigned Accord sedan. Additional changes include updated cabin materials, a more powerful available V-6 engine, and standard features like a backup camera. Available safety features include a blind-spot display, forward collision warning and lane departure warning.
ExteriorThe 2013 Crosstour's updated exterior includes a new grille, bumpers and diffusers. The rear body panels coalesce at a black panel below the rear window. Exterior features include:
Standard dual tailpipes
Standard 17-inch alloy wheels; 18-inch wheels optional
Standard fog lights
Standard power moonroof
InteriorThe Crosstour seats five in two rows of seats. Releasing two levers in the rear drops the 60/40-split folding backseat to create a generous 51.3 cubic feet of cargo space. Interior features include:
Waterproof storage box under the cargo floor
Cargo panels are reversible for carrying wet or muddy items
Standard compass and outside temperature indicator
Available dual-zone automatic air conditioning
Standard six-CD stereo with MP3 jack and USB port
Standard Bluetooth connectivity
Standard steering-wheel audio controls
Available leather upholstery with heated front seats
Available navigation system
Under the HoodMechanical features include:
Front- or all-wheel drive
Standard 192-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with five-speed automatic transmission
Available 278-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 with six-speed automatic that incorporates shift paddles for driver-initiated gear changes
Fuel-saving cylinder-deactivation technology for V-6
Uses regular gas
SafetySide-impact airbags for the front seats and side curtain airbags for both rows are standard. Additional safety features include:
Standard antilock brakes
Standard electronic stability system
Standard backup camera
Standard front-seat active head restraints
Available blind spot display
Available forward collision warning
Available lane departure warning
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