Reviews of the 2014 Honda Crosstour Roll In
If you’ve been having a tough time deciding between the Accord and the CR-V, we have a suggestion: the 2014 Honda Crosstour.
This special vehicle straddles the line between sedan and crossover, giving you many of the benefits of the station wagon vehicle class with the amenities of a modern sedan.
Let’s see all the Crosstour has to offer.
Critics Love It
While no two people are going to have the same opinions on a vehicle across the board, it seems like many critics are fans of the 2014 Crosstour, especially for its versatility. You see, Honda’s special family vehicle gives you the choice to haul more than your average sedan, and you wouldn’t believe how often that comes in handy.
The 2014 Crosstour can have as much as 51.3 cubic feet of storage space with the rear seating folded down. Without folding down the seats? You still get 25.7 cubic feet. So whether you’re just packing for a family road trip or you’re packing up one of the kids to ship them off to college, you’ve got plenty of space.
You also get your choice of engines, either a 4-cylinder or a V6, and the option of all-wheel drive for added control. When you factor in standard features like Bluetooth, a seven-speaker stereo system, power accessories, a sunroof, and more, it seems clear to us that this is one of the most interesting and versatile vehicle options available today.
See the Crosstour Yourself
A vehicle like the 2014 Honda Crosstour is kind of hard to describe, and if you are looking for a new car at either the Accord or CR-V level, we recommend at least taking a look at the Crosstour first. We think many drivers benefit from all it has to offer, and just taking a test drive is all it takes to see it.
Visit a West Michigan Honda Dealer today and let us put you behind the wheel.
West Michigan Honda Dealers includes Battle Creek Honda, Betten Honda, Crown Honda, Fox Honda, River Town Honda, and Zeigler Honda.