2012 Honda Crosstour
61,558 Miles
$19,998

Colorado Springs, CO
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2013 Honda Crosstour
26,120 Miles
$20,995

Kahului, HI
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2015 Honda Crosstour
11,938 Miles
$22,995

Kahului, HI
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2010 Honda Crosstour
82,512 Miles
$13,900

Boone, NC
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2012 Honda Crosstour
75,399 Miles
$15,500

Yorkville, NY
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2013 Honda Crosstour
87,708 Miles
$15,980

Wichita, KS
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2012 Honda Crosstour
108,302 Miles
$13,987

Palatine, IL
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2010 Honda Crosstour
61,267 Miles
$15,980

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2012 Honda Crosstour
75,558 Miles
$14,950

Madison, OH
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2013 Honda Crosstour
43,159 Miles
$18,991

Clarksville, TN
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2015 Honda Crosstour
17,077 Miles
$26,951

Sioux Falls, SD
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2010 Honda Crosstour
87,502 Miles
$14,300

Columbia, MD
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2014 Honda Crosstour
23,215 Miles
$25,544

Odessa, TX
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2014 Honda Crosstour
49,850 Miles
$25,998

Huntsville, AL
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2014 Honda Crosstour
32,827 Miles
$23,500

Richmond, VA
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2012 Honda Crosstour
81,037 Miles
$18,500

Massillon, OH
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Honda Crosstour Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.6
Performance
4.4
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.1
Maintenance
4.3

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Honda Crosstour Owner Ratings & Reviews

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

Christiansburg, Virginia
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
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.

2014 Honda Crosstour - Overall a good car!

00000
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
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.

2013 Honda Crosstour - My favorite car ever

Centerton, Arkansas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
My 2013 Honda Crosstour is my favorite vehicle ever. Since the Crosstour came out, I was enamored with it and couldn't believe I finally was able to purchase one last year. First of all, it is black and it looks so sweet on this car. The back end of the car sits up higher, is rounded and just a sexy vehicle from the back. Being a Honda, the car is already top notch. I get great gas mileage, it's very comfortable for long trips and has some amazing features like the FCW(Forward Collision Warning and the traction button). The performance is slick, even though it's only a 4cyl, I feel like I'm getting a 6cyl with how well it runs and accelerates.
Story
Probably my favorite story is the day I got the car and drove by to see my Sister and Mom. Both of them had never been fond of the Crosstour but when they saw my Black Crosstour pull up with the tinted windows they definitely changed their mind.
Pros
My favorite things about this vehicle are: It's a Crosstour The back end of the car Sunroof Tinted windows Smooth ride Lane and FCW Fuel
Cons
Honestly, I've owned the car since August of 2015 and haven't found one negative thing yet.