honda crosstour

Honda Cancels the Crosstour

By Kelsey Mays  on April 9, 2015


Cue the headshake and J.K. Simmons pursed grin, because we told you so. The Honda Crosstour wagon, one of 10 cars we predicted wouldn't see 2016, is heading out to pasture. Related: 2013 Honda Crosstour: Family Review Checklist "The Crosstour, introduced in 2010, served a positive role," John… Read More

Honda Cancels the Crosstour

By Kelsey Mays  on April 9, 2015

Cue the headshake and J.K. Simmons pursed grin, because we told you so. The Honda Crosstour wagon, one of 10 cars we predicted wouldn't see 2016, is heading out to pasture. Related: 2013 Honda Crosstour: Family Review Checklist "The Crosstour, introduced in 2010, served a positive role," John… Read More

Prediction: 10 Cars We Think Won't See 2016

By Jennifer Geiger  on December 15, 2014

Like your favorite new network TV show, some cars just won't be around anymore. This year yielded a bumper crop of exciting new cars, trucks and SUVs, but what about those that have been, let's say, taken out to the… Read More

Ten Cars That Won't See 2015

By Kelsey Mays  on December 18, 2013

Automakers give all sorts of reasons for canceling a model. Sometimes it comes from a deliberate one-and-done cycle, as Scion often employs. Other times a car too similar to its corporate siblings — compare the ultra-luxury Maybach brand to an optioned-out… Read More

2013 Honda Crosstour: Family Review Checklist

By Carrie Kim  on November 15, 2013

The 2013 Honda Crosstour is a fantastic family car with lots of room and safety features, but its looks are controversial. I'm all for a family car that doesn't fall into the crossover category these days, and this five-passenger midsize… Read More

Top 10 Most Polarizing Cars

By Aaron Bragman  on September 17, 2013

Maybe you love it, maybe you hate it, but almost certainly you're talking about it. Polarizing cars have that effect on people — but sometimes you just love what you love, even if seems like everyone thinks you're nuts for… Read More

Which Midsize SUV Is Safe, Reliable and Fuel-Efficient?

By Rick Popely  on August 11, 2013

"Which midsize SUV is safe, reliable and fuel-efficient?" Anonymous Several SUVs may fit that description, depending on what you consider fuel-efficient and what qualifies as midsize. Here are five suggestions: Chevrolet Equinox, Honda Crosstour and CR-V, and Toyota Highlander and… Read More

2013 Honda Crosstour: First Look

By Matt Schmitz  on November 19, 2012

Competes with: Toyota Venza, Subaru Outback,Nissan Murano Looks like: A more-lovable-looking Crosstour with some Accord design influence Drivetrain: New 3.5-liter V-6 with six-speed automatic Hits dealerships: Tuesday,Nov. 20 Perhaps the most remarkable thing about the 2013 Honda Crosstour production model… Read More

HondaLink Multimedia System to Debut in 2013 Fit EV, Accord and Crosstour

By Kelsey Mays  on July 19, 2012

Honda announced a new multimedia system called HondaLink, which will debut in the 2013 Fit EV, the still-unrevealed redesigned Accord and the updated Crosstour this fall. Additional Honda (and likely Acura) models will get it down the road. Like Toyota's… Read More

Honda Makes Backup Cameras Standard on Most Models

By Colin Bird  on July 17, 2012

Starting with the 2013 model year, a backup camera will be standard on the redesigned Honda Accord along with the Crosstour, Odyssey, Pilot, Ridgeline and CR-Z. That means Honda's 12-model lineup goes from having just two models with a standard… Read More

Honda Crosstour Concept at the 2012 New York Auto Show

By Colin Bird  on April 3, 2012

Looks like: A more lovable-looking Crosstour   Defining characteristics: A passenger side camera   Ridiculous features: The fact that Honda's calling this a concept   Chances of being mass-produced: 110% For the 2013 model year, the Honda Crosstour Concept gets… Read More