2010 Honda Crosstour
120,002 Miles | Tempe, AZ
$9,371
est. $135/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
100,023 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$10,998
est. $159/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
128,489 Miles | Cincinnati, OH
$10,998
est. $159/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
124,127 Miles | San Diego, CA
$10,599
est. $153/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
118,926 Miles | Fort Myers, FL
$10,599
est. $153/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
60,917 Miles | Lakeland, FL
$12,295
est. $177/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
55,943 Miles | Charlotte, NC
$14,800
est. $213/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
158,973 Miles | Orland Park, IL
$6,800
est. $98/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
123,696 Miles | Waite Park, MN
$8,991
est. $130/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
145,274 Miles | Richmond, VA
$7,950
est. $115/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
93,805 Miles | Falls Church, VA
$10,000
est. $144/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
142,437 Miles | Lawrenceburg, IN
$8,495
est. $122/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
117,969 Miles | Norman, OK
$9,999
est. $144/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
123,047 Miles | Orange, CA
$6,997
est. $101/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
112,108 Miles | Santa Ana, CA
$10,995
est. $158/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
116,372 Miles | Hendersonville, NC
$10,525
est. $152/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
93,460 Miles | Cullman, AL
$12,995
est. $187/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
127,099 Miles | Durham, NC
$8,945
est. $129/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
100,503 Miles | Atlanta, GA
$7,400
est. $107/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour
130,634 Miles | Pataskala, OH
$6,700
est. $97/mo

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2010 Honda Crosstour Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0

2010 Honda Crosstour Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Honda Crosstour - Cross tour is a great all-around vehicle

Kyle
Tampa, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
Upon purchasing the Honda Crosstour, I was taken aback by the overall look of the vehicle and was iffy about purchasing it because of its strange hatchback shell and given how long the car is. The car performed like my old 1996 Acura 3.5RL, having a similar V6 engine and the way that it handled was reminiscent. The interior had looks similar to that of the '96 Acura, and it was a fairly nostalgic moment once I was in the driver's seat of the car.
Story
My girlfriend and I took this car cross state lines from Florida to South Carolina to North Carolina to Tennessee and Georgia on a week-long road trip wherein this car was essentially one of the best parts of it. This car was helpful in letting me shed some driving anxiety from driving long distances.
Pros
The Honda Crosstour is the perfect road trip vehicle with the ridiculous amount of trunk space that it has. There are a variety of spots where you can place luggage, clothing, groceries, or whatever it is you are carrying while traveling nationally. The car handles wonderfully and is great in terms of gas mileage. The sound system in the car is incredible, and the amount of connections for power (USB, AUX, etc.) are pretty great, given that there are so many options for a full family or a group of friends to plug in and stay charged.
Cons
The car is incredibly long and is troublesome to park in narrow areas. While it has immense space, the location of the spare being under the car is somewhat strange to me as I am used to it being in a compartment within the trunk of the car.

2010 Honda Crosstour - Comfortable vehicle.

Derek
Bellevue, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
Overall, I like this vehicle. I like that it is a four-wheel drive and reliable in all kinds of weather. It is spacious and comfortable. The cargo space is decent, and the back seat goes down to accommodate more. I'm a music person and love the stereo sound. It's better than most vehicles, and I can plug in my iPod and play music from that. What I don't like is there is a large blind spot when you try and look in either direction to get in another lane. I really have to crane-neck it to see. I also hate the light interior. In hindsight, I shouldn't have gotten the car for that reason. I dislike it that much. I wear jeans a lot an the dye from the jeans rubs off on the light leather interior and is tough to get off, even with the Honda care kit. Light interior and major blind spot aside... (more)
Story
One aspect I've enjoyed about this vehicle is the four-wheel drive. It handles well in all weather conditions. Where I live, the weather can change on a dime and having this feature has made driving that much easier. When it snows, most people are having to stay home because they are unable to drive in it. I am able to go about my day no problem. The vehicle handles well.
Pros
It's spacious and comfortable with front heated seats, a great sounding stereo system, four-wheel drive, a comfortable driving vehicle, and has decent cargo space.
Cons
It has a major blind spot that you have to work around when viewing either side to do lane changes, it's a gas guzzler, and the light leather interior is difficult to keep clean unless you keep it completely covered.

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