2011 Honda accord crosstour-Price,Photos,Specificatios,Reviews

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The 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour ranks 5 out of 5 Affordable Full Size Wagons. This ranking is based on our analysis of 12 published reviews and test drives of the Honda Accord Crosstour, and our analysis of reliability and safety data.

The all-new Honda Accord Crosstour is one of the most luxurious and smooth-riding crossovers on the market. However, it’s also one of the most expensive — and it doesn’t provide the utility of many competitors. Its odd exterior styling also gives reviewers pause.

Based on the Accord sedan, the Crosstour is a larger, wagon-like version of Honda’s tried-and-true midsize car. It’s meant to provide Honda owners with more utility in a comfortable package. However, the Crosstour has a few significant flaws. While its car-like performance and upscale interior please reviewers, it falls short on cargo and rear-seat space when compared to other midsize SUVs and wagons. Even worse is that most competitors cost thousands less than the Crosstour. In fact, reviewers are baffled as to why the new car has such a high price point.

The front-wheel-drive Crosstour EX starts from $29,670, while the more upscale EX-L sells for $32,570. The all-wheel-drive package is only available with the EX-L model, starting at $34,020. Adding navigation adds a further $2,200 to the price tag, for a total of $34,770 with 2WD and $36,220 with AWD.

The 2011 Honda Accord Crosstour carries over unchanged as the sophomore edition of a radical Honda that turns the Accord sedan into a new-age crossover SUV station wagon. Priced in the $31,000-$38,000 range, Crosstour seats five in roomy comfort and is available with all-wheel drive (AWD). Honda calls this bulbous-tail fastback a “crossover utility vehicle” and bravely casts it as the flagship of the Accord line. The 2011 Accord Crosstour is aimed at taste-makers who have a family and don’t want a three-row SUV. There apparently are not legions of those folks in the market for a new car – Crosstour sales have been modest.

Although visually similar to the upcoming Acura ZDX, the Crosstour does not ride on the ZDX’s platform. Based on a modified Honda Accord chassis, the Crosstour is being produced at Honda’s East Liberty factory in Ohio (the ZDX will be produced in Alliston, Ontario).

Power for the Crosstour is provided by Honda’s 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 engine — the same mill in the Accord sedan generates 271 horsepower at 6,200 rpm and 254 pound-feet of torque at 5,000 rpm. No four-cylinder powerplant will be available.

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