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Cars.com Reviews the 2013 Honda Crosstour

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Ambivalence abounds in our review of the 2013 Honda Crosstour. Cars.com reviewer Kristen Varela finds the five-seat hatchback’s newly restyled exterior eclectic, to put it kindly — she calls it “some crazy experiment from a chop shop.” Somehow, though, that oddness translates into impressive practicality with regard to ease of entry and cargo space. The front seats are terribly uncomfortable, though the backseats easily fit three children across. Its heated leather seats suggest luxury, but much of the interior screams cheap. Read Varela’s conflicted critique below.

2013 Honda Crosstour Review

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