2011 Honda Crosstour
113,258 Miles
$12,998

St Peters, MO
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2011 Honda Crosstour
80,938 Miles
$14,599

Murrieta, CA
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2011 Honda Crosstour
101,414 Miles
$14,599

Glen Allen, VA
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2011 Honda Crosstour
23,529 Miles
$16,350

Commerce, CA
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2011 Honda Crosstour
90,924 Miles
$10,298

Winston Salem, NC
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2011 Honda Crosstour
73,969 Miles
$12,905

Las Vegas, NV
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2011 Honda Crosstour
69,843 Miles
$14,990

Eugene, OR
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2011 Honda Crosstour
100,056 Miles
$12,900

Westport, MA
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2011 Honda Crosstour
71,160 Miles
$13,949

Erie, PA
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2011 Honda Crosstour
81,773 Miles
$13,300

Wilkes Barre, PA
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2011 Honda Crosstour
81,260 Miles
$14,890

Maplewood, MN
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2011 Honda Crosstour
154,451 Miles
$11,995

Greer, SC
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2011 Honda Crosstour
86,944 Miles
$13,599

Longmont, CO
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2011 Honda Crosstour
136,814 Miles
$10,945

Mitchell, SD
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2011 Honda Crosstour
86,559 Miles
$13,785

Columbus, WI
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2011 Honda Crosstour
110,089 Miles
$12,817

Jersey City, NJ
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2011 Honda Crosstour
78,805 Miles
$14,250

Baltimore, MD
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2011 Honda Crosstour
155,936 Miles
$9,490

Raleigh, NC
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2011 Honda Crosstour
26,060 Miles
$17,998

Temecula, CA
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2011 Honda Crosstour
73,830 Miles
$15,000

Boulder, CO
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2011 Honda Crosstour Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.5
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
5.0

2011 Honda Crosstour Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 Honda Crosstour - Honda Crosstour - a great buy.

Angela
Central, South Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I was recently in the market for a newer-used car -- an accident found me with a totaled vehicle and an insurance check. I was excited to upgrade vehicles and knew that another Japanese car was in order. I decided on the Accord Crosstour, and it is an insanely great vehicle. The hatchback features luxurious leather seats and a smooth ride, very similar to an SUV.
Story
I love driving this in the mountains, as it handles incredibly well! Any time that I am able to take my Crosstour for a ride in the mountains is a new experience, and I encourage anyone who purchases this car to take it for a road trip as soon as possible. It is a great driving vehicle!
Pros
This vehicle is roomy -- you feel like you are in a much larger car. I have easily fit five people comfortably in this car. In addition, you feel like you are higher in the vehicle than you are -- very much like driving an SUV. The Crosstour resembles a crossover but with a cleaner, more modern look and feel. Once behind the wheel, the car handles incredibly well, almost like a German car. I feel this car keeps modern convenience and luxury at a very fair and low price point. It is a shame that these are no longer manufactured, as I do not know if I would ever switch.
Cons
The car itself is great but has a hatchback, which could be a different scenario for many drivers. Due to the hatchback nature, the back glass is unlike any other vehicle I have ever encountered. There is a large blind spot that takes getting used to. The mirrors on the side adjust well and prevent too much distraction, but this would require some getting used to. Also, I cannot imagine backing up without the rear camera -- which my package luckily had. Backing out of a spot or into a spot would be next to impossible without the camera.

2011 Honda Crosstour - Loved my car.

Crosstour Owner
Glendale, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought my Honda Crosstour used in 2013. It was 2 years old and I love it. It has a unique body style that I get compliments on pretty much every time I drive it. It has great pick up, it's a V-6. The instrument panel is very attractive. It seats a pretty good number of people comfortably. Has a lot of space in the back for luggage or groceries. The stereo is after-market, but it is great too. It is a hatchback. It has a back up camera, DVD player, and video player. It has a moon roof and is dark grey in color. I think the only things I don't like about it are that the ride is a little rough and the car has a lot of road noise especially on the highway and it only gets about 18-20 miles to the gallon on the highway. I would like to add a hitch and a roof rack to the car so that I coul... (more)
Story
Driving around town we could only seat 5, so we put 2 friends in the hatch to drive to the store.
Pros
Body style. Roomy. Hatchback.
Cons
Road noise. Gas mileage.

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