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2010 Honda Accord Crosstour

Posted: 01/24/2010 - 9:24 PM ET

An all-new vehicle, the 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour strikes perspective purchasers with its uniqueness, abilities and loads of standard amenities. This crossover utility vehicle (CUV) combines the best elements of an SUV with those of a sedan in order to present you with unsurpassed versatility, value and ride quality. 2 trims are available: EX and EX-L. EX trims come stock with 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome door handles, a privacy glass in the rear, projector beam headlights and safety enhancing fog lights. Step up to the EX-L to be treated to genuine leather seating, automatic headlights, HomeLink, USB ports, 18-inch alloy wheels, a position-remembering driver's seat and a lot more.

Standard safety features on the 2010 Accord Crossover from Honda include:

  • Vehicle Stability Assist;
  • 4-wheel antilock braking;
  • Electronic brake assist;
  • Anti whiplash head restraints in the front;
  • Side curtain airbags;
  • Panic alarm;
  • Theft deterrent radio;
  • Child safety locks;
  • Speed sensitive volume control;
  • Stolen vehicle engine disabling;
  • And more...

Standard features for comfort and convenience on the inside of the well-done cabin include:

  • 2-zone AC;
  • Powered glass moonroof;
  • 1-touch up and down powered windows;
  • 360W 6-CD 7-speaker audio system;
  • Plenty of cubbyholes and cup holders;
  • Voluminous cargo-hauling area;

The 2010 Crosstour Accord Honda is available with a singular engine choice:a powerful 3.5L 271-horse (@6200RPM) 254 lb-ft (@ 5000 RPM) i-VTEC V6 that features the Honda Variable Cylinder Management system. Its power is sent through the standard downshift-rev-matching 5-speed automatic gearbox to capacitate towing of up to 1500 pounds. EPA estimations for fuel economy have been reported at 18/27 mpg urban/rural - and the Chevrolet Traverse, Ford Flex, GMC Terrain and Mazda CX-9 are all having quite a time keeping up. Suggested retail pricing for the Crosstour ranges from $29,670 up to $34,020.

The Accord Crosstour 2010 from Honda is causing a lot of commotion. Its bold, individualistic nature proudly shows off its confidence. It's big, but not so big that you get lost. 40 inches of headroom (38 rear), 58 inches of shoulder room (56 rear), 55 inches of hip room (54 rear) and a toe-stretching 42.2 inches of legroom (37.4 rear) grace the interior. There's plenty of room for cargo, groceries, golf bags, backpacking equipment and more with 25.7 cubic feet of luggage capacity (expandable up to 51.3 cubic feet with the rear seats down). Standard seating is for 5 adults.

The 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour presents solid value, excellent safety features, impressive power and loads of comfort. It's defining the future in real time. Well worth a spot on your short list, this all-new crossover utility vehicle waits for you to drive it today.

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Posted on: April 6, 2014 at 6:07 PM
The Crosstour has been pretty good so far. Indeed, they have done something to get themselves involved right there. - Kris Krohn Strongbrook
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