My wife and I purchased a 2013 Honda Crosstour a few weeks ago. We stopped by the dealership on New Year's eve, en route to another dealership. We decided to look at the Honda offerings, and upon ente...
My wife and I purchased a 2013 Honda Crosstour a few weeks ago. We stopped by the dealership on New Year's eve, en route to another dealership. We decided to look at the Honda offerings, and upon entering the lot, we saw a Crosstour-a first for us. I'd never seen one before and was impressed. It wasn't at "bubble like" as a typical crossover vehicle. The lines were smooth and it had a great profile.
It was very cold that night and all the sales staff were inside, staying warm. After a while, Nora Kelley came out and greeted us. She took us for a test drive in a white, 2015 Crosstour with a 4 cylinder. We liked the car and made an offer. The sales manager, offered us a black, 2013 Crosstour (brand-new) with a V-6. The deal we negotiated was great and we bought it.
Nora was a wonderful person to deal with and didn't play any games or do the high-pressure sales tactics. She's great?
The 2013 is nearly identical to the 2015, we like the black and the bigger engine. The car handles great, has plenty of "pep" and rides great. The rear hatch area is not wide, but very deep. We can easily fit a large load of groceries, home-improvement supplies or pets in thye back.
The level of "bells and whistles" is manageable, and the rear and side-view cameras are perfect for parking and lane-changing.
I recommend the V-6 and the 18 inch wheels to any potential buyer. This is the second Honda I've had and they are high-quality vehicles.