2014 Honda Crosstour
40,456 Miles
$18,998

Las Vegas, NV
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2014 Honda Crosstour
38,758 Miles
$19,998

Pensacola, FL
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2014 Honda Crosstour
42,707 Miles
$17,998

Oak Lawn, IL
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2014 Honda Crosstour
24,809 Miles
$20,998

Waukesha, WI
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2014 Honda Crosstour
88,783 Miles
$16,900

Milwaukee, WI
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2014 Honda Crosstour
65,088 Miles
$22,396

Milford, DE
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2014 Honda Crosstour
79,452 Miles
$17,599

Burnsville, MN
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2014 Honda Crosstour
64,623 Miles
$14,050

Little Rock, AR
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2014 Honda Crosstour
69,026 Miles
$17,550

Moreno Valley, CA
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2014 Honda Crosstour
41,223 Miles
$19,750

Elgin, IL
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2014 Honda Crosstour
58,723 Miles
$19,690

Lansdale, PA
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2014 Honda Crosstour
52,137 Miles
$17,754

Bronx, NY
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2014 Honda Crosstour
66,672 Miles
$15,999

Monrovia, CA
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2014 Honda Crosstour
80,936 Miles
$17,922

Devon, PA
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2014 Honda Crosstour
108,938 Miles
$13,500

Metairie, LA
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2014 Honda Crosstour
83,989 Miles
$17,988

Easley, SC
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2014 Honda Crosstour
19,539 Miles
$22,995

Claremont, NH
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2014 Honda Crosstour
66,747 Miles
$17,700

San Diego, CA
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2014 Honda Crosstour
43,618 Miles
$22,000

Aurora, IL
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2014 Honda Crosstour
58,099 Miles
$20,984

Buffalo Grove, IL
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2014 Honda Crosstour Buyer's Guide

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

2014 Honda Crosstour Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2014 Honda Crosstour - Overall a good car!

Jenna
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Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
I really liked that it's a medium-sized car. I'm used to pretty small cars, which are agile and accelerate well, but my family needed something with a little more space. It's a good compromise between what we're used to -- Civics, Priuses, etc. -- And larger trucks that are more difficult to park and cumbersome to move. I thought the quality was fine, but I'm no car expert, and I've heard older Hondas were better in terms of quality.
Story
N/A. Family just bought it. Buying it was fun!
Pros
Again, I liked the size. It's a good halfway point between tiny hybrids or sedans and giant SUVs, vans, or trucks. I like the audio system's quality; my friends and I really enjoy listening to music in the car and the sound system is great. The car's camera is also extremely helpful.
Cons
Everyone raves about the blind spot camera, but I don't think the quality is very good. I honestly don't like it, but maybe that's because I prefer older cars. With the exception of good sound systems, there's not much I like about newer models, which focus on electronic features. There are way too many buttons on this car, and I don't use a lot of them, so it's a bit of an eyesore, but I suppose it's no big deal compared to the good features.

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