The 2012 Honda Crosstour’s Out of the Box Design

September 4th, 2012 by

The 2012 Honda Crosstour’s exterior styling has gained a lot of criticisms and praises since the moment the automotive industry laid eyes on it.  It is either a love or hate feeling but surprisingly, consumers and critics are leaning more towards the love side.  It might not exactly be what you would call love at first sight but the 2012 Honda Crosstour has the combination of all good things of a crossover and a sedan that leave everyone no choice but to love it in the end.

A year after the launch of the 2012 Honda Crosstour’s controversial design, Honda decided to kept the exterior styling but added a whole lot of other standard equipment that are all simply hard to resist.

Consumers seemingly have adapted very well with the vehicle’s unique design because it stands up very well against the competition among most sedans today.  Interior boasts of wonderful styling with leather upholstery, Bluetooth connectivity, and USB audio interface.

The goal of Honda for the 2012 Crosstour is to create a vehicle that has the versatility of a crossover without the big sedan sizing.  It is safe to say by now that Honda was definitely successful with this five-passenger, five-door vehicle with impressive cargo capacity and all-wheel drive.  Test drivers commend the acceleration and braking capacity.  It is immediate, concise, and feels somehow like a crossover and a sedan at the same time.

Performance is one of the best features due to the all-wheel drive.  It makes the 2012 Honda Crosstour a very capable vehicle in whatever road or situation it may be.  Honda also values the campaign for going green and has improved the fuel efficiency rating.

Do not stress yourself on choosing between the two available engines because there is no doubt you will be pleased and satisfied with whatever engine.