The Honda Crosstour is aptly named and doesn’t look like anything else on the road. As a very unique offering from Honda the Crosstour is a blend of a sedan, wagon, and crossover SUV making it a very interesting looking and performing vehicle. Although it has a unique look that may attract a very interested crowd, the Crosstour doesn’t fit well in many categories and loses a little bit in each one that it may come anywhere near fitting into. Even with that said the Crosstour carries in the Honda nameplate and engineering which offers proven track record of reliability and quality.
As a vehicle that is made to handle rough terrain, deep snow and other tough road offerings the Honda Crosstour performs extremely well and comes in a package that is much smaller and more agile than a very bulky SUV. With no major changes for the new 2015 model, the Crosstour looks and is equipped the same as the previous model which has performed very nicely for owners. An interesting feature that is included in the Crosstour is a removable plastic utility box that is nearly two cubic feet in space to the cargo area but also can be removed to allow for cleanup duties to be performed.