My experience with Honda Crosstour...
I purchased my Honda Crosstour 2015 6v with 20k miles. When I reached around 67kmiles, the car started having issues with the starter and the flywheel. I contacted Honda Corporate office to make a complaint about my experience and no solution was provided. I researched this problem and I was not alone as there were a great many people experiencing the same issue as I was.
Nice looking car
This car is great in every way , the only thing that is the ride is a little more stiff than I like. Plenty of leg room , lots of power , navigation is clumsy but works , handling is very tight, turning radius is larger than my 96 Buick Roadmaster wagon that was a shock.
Love This Car!!!
I have never regretted the purchase of this vehicle. I love how responsive it is when I press the gas pedal, I love the leather, the heated seats, the push-button start, the reliability of Honda. I love everything about this car!!!
It’s a great car!!!!
One of the best I have owned. If it could have flat towed behind my motorcoach I would still have it!!!! Some day hope to buy another one.
5 YRs - 30,000 miles
V-6 EXL 4 WD w/o Nav Different look. Does not stand out or garner any attention on highways. Comfortable and powerful when needed. Only bad, blind spot right rear.
Car has tons of problems
I have had my 2015 Cross Tour for 5 years and have been having nothing but problems with my car, I take good car of the up keeping on my car but continue to pay tons of money for repairs. Often when driving it pulls and not sure as to reason behind the pulling 6 months ago I paid over 2200 for repairs and still run like crap I think I was sold a lemon
have owned it for almost five years.
This machine fits the bill for what I wanted. I realized I didn't really need a big truck. This car is very comfortable and fits the bill for m. I love it being a hatchback car with AWD. It drives, rides and handles way better than probably all SUV's. Very smooth V6 just makes a fine vehicle even better. Comfort, all weather ability and fairly good utility make this a winner. Honda reliability was another factor. The down sides: the rear strut towers make for less cargo room in the rear, than a larger SUV. And rear visibility is lacking. I tend to drive using side mirrors so it is not an issue for me. Hondas blind spot system is a camera in the dash for the right and basically nothing for the drivers side. I do not want to look down at my dash when passing. So to me that's the Crosstours worst feature. It looks great from the front or side. But the rear view is less pleasing to me. I call my car the hunchback because of the look. But it doesn't bother me since I rarely see the rear of the car. All in all a roomy, comfortable, sporty crossover that doesn't pretend to be the truck it isn't. Decent utility and excellent in the snow. All this with 25 or so MPG in an AWD vehicle.
Well Designed Awesome Car
This care exceeded my expectations. I had done a lot of research and still found even more features that I was unaware of. I live in a snowy area and as long as you have good winter tires it drives like it is summertime. The safety features keep it under control and make you feel safe in it. Love It! Love It! Love It!
Big upgrade from a Honda Accord. The ride is very comfortable, lots of room for passengers and cargo. The 4WD is great for the rain and snow. Highly recommend for a family/ commuting vehicle.
I LOVE this car!
I had no intention of purchasing a vehicle when I saw this. I told the salesman, if I buy anything, it will be this car. I got a great deal on it! I love the way it handles, the smoothness of the ride, and the way it looks. Mine is "dark cherry" with beige interior. I have had so many compliments and positive comments on this car. Hope to keep it for many years!