2010 Honda Crosstour
89,054 Miles
$11,900

Waterloo, IA
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2015 Honda Crosstour
48,392 Miles
$21,490

Brooklyn Park, MN
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2013 Honda Crosstour
142,291 Miles
$10,997

Prescott, AZ
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2014 Honda Crosstour
32,270 Miles
$19,201

Fort Walton Beach, FL
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2014 Honda Crosstour
44,635 Miles
$19,980

Eugene, OR
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2014 Honda Crosstour
65,077 Miles
$19,965

Easton, MD
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2012 Honda Crosstour
110,923 Miles
$12,488

Raleigh, NC
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2014 Honda Crosstour
23,705 Miles
$17,544

Odessa, TX
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2015 Honda Crosstour
51,291 Miles
$19,999

Tallahassee, FL
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2015 Honda Crosstour
68,095 Miles
$21,000

Huntsville, AL
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2013 Honda Crosstour
24,667 Miles
$17,100

Brooklyn, NY
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2014 Honda Crosstour
27,086 Miles
$18,100

St. Louis, MO
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2012 Honda Crosstour
65,922 Miles
$15,124

Islip, NY
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2012 Honda Crosstour
141,795 Miles
$12,891

Waite Park, MN
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2012 Honda Crosstour
76,342 Miles
$12,995

Hollywood, FL
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2014 Honda Crosstour
78,025 Miles
$17,332

Phillipsburg, NJ
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2012 Honda Crosstour
84,999 Miles
$16,400

Everett, WA
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2010 Honda Crosstour
155,472 Miles
$9,999

Waite Park, MN
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2012 Honda Crosstour
62,617 Miles
$13,995

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2013 Honda Crosstour
95,056 Miles
$12,950

Concord, CA
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Honda Crosstour Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.6
23 Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.6
Performance
4.4
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
4.1
Reliability
4.4

Honda Crosstour Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 Honda Crosstour - 2011 Crosstour review

Emma
Central, South Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
This vehicle has surprised me in the most pleasant way possible. I have to say, I had little expectation when I initially found the vehicle, but it has been an outstanding purchase so far. A crossover hatchback was not a vehicle I thought I would be interested in, since I do not have kids and am a single man. However, this car brings power and a smooth ride on top of a sleek sporty design. The leather trim is outstanding and is clean as a whistle. Fuel economy is not as high as with a Honda Civic or Honda Accord, however it is much better than a mid-sized SUV. Average miles per glass are roughly 21 in the city and 25-28 on the highway. Overall, I love this car and would highly recommend.
Story
The day I bought it—fell in love immediately! Great vehicle—turns heads and gets you noticed quickly.
Pros
Sleek design -- the car stands out on the road or in a lot. There are not many on the road, so your Crosstour is bound to stand out. Smooth ride -- this car rides as smooth as any car I've driven to far. This applies to the highway or driving around town. There is power, not much, but you are able to accelerate decently. Leather trim is great -- feels higher quality, almost like you are in an Acura. A very nice and comfortable feel. Rear navigation camera and overall navigation system are crucial with this vehicle and a welcome addition. Paint is shiny and pops. The white is vibrant but do... (more)
Cons
Rear window is oddly shaped and takes time getting used to. It almost creates a blind spot that at first will scare a new driver. Merging is tricky at first, but you pick up on it quickly. My package has a rear camera, and it was a major deal breaker for me—I cannot imagine driving this car without a rear camera due to the odd window shape. You certainly cannot reverse out of a spot or reverse park without it. Fuel economy - not as high as I expected. City miles are decent but not great. On average, I would say 20 miles per gallon. Highway is nice, closer to 30 - but I expected more. Bra... (more)

2014 Honda Crosstour - Crosstour's luxury and spaciousness.

Krystle
New Bern, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
The Honda Crosstour is a spacious SUV. With a hatchback design, it makes loading large objects more likely to be possible, especially with the 60/40 split backseat. The exterior design gives the impression of a smaller, sporty car, but the almost standard leather interior and wide body style creates a comfort that can't be beaten. There is plenty of leg room inside the car, front seat as well as back seat, and the dash board and the rest of the interior features, including a moon roof, make this crossover vehicle an affordable luxury car. The V6 engine gives the car plenty of pep. The car handles like an even larger car and is smooth as far as the brake system is concerned, as well as how the car steers. The stereo and sound system along with the Bluetooth capabilities make your ... (more)
Story
I drove my three best friends and I to the mountains of our state on a vacation in this car, and we thoroughly enjoyed syncing our iPods and cell phones to the Bluetooth in the car so that we could listen to our music and sing along to pass the time during our 5-hour trip. We had many laughs along the way.
Pros
The SUV handles like a dream, very smooth with lots of get up and go. The exterior design is sleek and sporty, and the leather interior and moon roof make it a very attractive vehicle. The comfort of the seats, remote start, and heated mirrors are all luxury features in an affordable price.
Cons
The gas mileage of 20 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway is not as good as it needs to be. Fuel efficiency should have been a higher concern for Honda when producing the Honda Crosstour.

1999 Honda Crosstour - Small & Snug But It Gets You From Point A To Point B

Annie
Christiansburg, Virginia
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
For the most part, I think the car is okay. I wish it had more wiggle room in the seats but the good gas mileage does make up for it. It didn't cost very much and was able to pay for it in full so no payments. The people who owned it before us took extremely good care of it as is evident in the interior. The dealer who sold it was really nice and seemed to think it was a good buy. We wanted a backup car if something happens to one of our cars and this definitely fits the bill. It's a small car and it's nothing really fancy but it gets you where you want to go. It runs really well with no annoying noise.
Story
We haven't had the car very long.. about a month so the only story we really have is when we got it. My mom was with us and she argued with them for 5 hours to get the best deal.
Pros
Good gas mileage is really a plus. My favorite feature is the air conditioner. It takes almost no time to get cool and keeps the whole car cool which is very nice to have in the Summer. I like the color of the car and interior is nearly flawless.
Cons
The car is very small inside and you don't have much room to move around. The headlights aren't automatic which can be a bummer when you're used to having them automatically on when the car gets turned on.

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