The Accord Crosstour combines the strong practicality of the Accord sedan with the additional utility of a large flexible cargo area and all-wheel-drive. With a big trunk and one of the largest interiors in the segment, the Accord was already a very capable vehicle. Rather than make an Accord wagon, Honda's stylists added a long sloping hatch giving the Crosstour a fastback appearance. The large hatch area almost doubles the cargo capacity of the trunk even before folding down the rear seats. The Crosstour is the only way to get all-wheel-drive in an Accord. Honda offers the Crosstour in EX, and EX-L trim levels only. All-wheel-drive is only available on the EX-L trim level. All versions of the Crosstour have a V6 under the hood, unlike the sedan, which also offers a fuel-efficient four cylinder. The only downside is that Honda priced the AWD Crosstour like an SUV with a sticker price of around $35,000.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||Original MSRP
|Accord Crosstour EX ||3.5l V6 (271-bhp) ||A5 ||FWD ||$29,990|
|Accord Crosstour EX-L ||3.5l V6 (271-bhp) ||A5 ||FWD ||$32,890|
|Accord Crosstour EX-L ||3.5l V6 (271-bhp) ||A5 ||AWD ||$34,340|
|Accord Crosstour EX-L Navi ||3.5l V6 (271-bhp) ||A5 ||FWD ||$35,090|
|Accord Crosstour EX-L Navi ||3.5l V6 (271-bhp) ||A5 ||AWD ||$36,540|