2010 Honda Crosstour


Honda has released the 1st interior picture of the Crosstour.
It being just a hatchback version of the Accord, it has the same interior.
No surprises here.
They didn’t even try to make it new…

No, this isn’t the new Crosstour. This picture is of the Accord interior.
So basically, a 5 door Accord with a new name and a new Front end.
Plus, there will be no 4 cylinder version available. V6 only.

Conversation 19 comments

  1. The interior of the Accord is very nice and so is this.

    I just wish they offered a four cylinder with a manual and 4WD but I knew they weren't going to.

    I actually love the looks of the Crosstour…

  2. I hope they kept all the hard, crappy plastics with the cheaply stenciled fonts from the Accord that all the Hondaphiles blindly rave about as displaying a commitment to quality. Mehhh.

  3. " Smegley said…

    I hope they kept all the hard, crappy plastics with the cheaply stenciled fonts from the Accord that all the Hondaphiles blindly rave about as displaying a commitment to quality. Mehhh.

    October 6, 2009 12:49 PM"

    Except that all major automotive publications compliment the Accords interior, fit and finish, and quality of plastics.

    Woops, I guess you forgot about that one.

    Nice try though.

  4. The interior is fine. I don't really like the design, but it works and is probably well made. But the exterior design of most Hondas lately are a complete joke. A colleague just bought his fourth Accord. He loves it of course, but we were both questioning why Honda did some of the awkward things they did to the exterior. Honda won't go broke in the near future because of these bad designs, but they had better fix it soon before people start running out of excuses.

  5. There ARE differences between the CrossTour interior and the Accord interior, such as the steering wheel, climate control button placement, memory seats, updated instrument panel, wood grain on black interior (as opposed to silver), etc… While it isn't significantly different, it's still different. I expect this interior will carry over to the Accord in 2011.

  6. Mags are bought, blogs are not (generally).

    The latest regurgitation of the Honda crAppord has a pretty cheezy dash, and most blogs I've read have confirmed that … as well as my own experience in that car. You can love it all you want, but the plastics are cheap. But you go ahead and believe everything you read. They aren't as cheap as the Camry's, though.

  7. Would have been trend-setting before the Pacifica came out. Pretty much a has-been now though; and not an especially good one at that. Good enough for Honda groupies, but not good enough for me to hang onto my Honda Stock any longer — I'm done waiting for Honda to get it's act back together.

  8. I really like the interior, small subtle difference between the standard Accord is what sets it apart.

    I drive a LOT of cars in my profession and honestly the Accord has the nicest materials out of all the mainstream midsizers. The Passat has nicer materials but it is unreliable and cost more.

  9. This car totally makes sense to me. It does everything a 4 year old Ford Explorer does [other than go off road] yet gets twice the gas mileage and has three times the reliability. Very roomy for four adults, as much utility as an SUV, 7 or 8 inches of ground clearance and the performance of a V6. Essentially the same as a new Subaru Outback less all wheel drive for those of us that never see snow and don't need to carry around an extra 200 pounds of mechanicals. I too wish there was a 4 cylinder manual transmission version but life isn't perfect.

  10. So what if there is very little differance in the interior. If the Kia Rondo's interior looked like the Optima's it would be another story. It's still lazy and rushed. The way the radio is designed reminds me of a BMW. Hondas copy too by the way.

  11. I saw something yesterday that make me laugh. The '09 Accord in front of me had a gap on the left of the trunk lid that was a strong 5/16" and the right side was 1/16" (I measure tolerances in aluminum walls for a living). That's the kind of "poor quality" that had people leaving GM in droves to buy Hondas 20 years ago. Apparently Honda no longer thinks it's important. Funny how times change. ( And no, it didn't appear to have been repaired: the shading of the paint was identical across the rear fenders/ trunk lid/ bumper.)

  12. The Crosstour sports an uglier and less than practical version of the Accord steering wheel and also promises to get worse gas mileage at a competitively higher price than the Accord. I think I'll buy a Venza.

  13. TO: October 6, 2009 4:48 PM You are so right. Japanese car companies are subsidized by the Miti board of the Japanese government — so those of us who write editorials for car magazines know that the advertising dollars will always be there and the check will always be good. Don't expect to many rave reviews of Chryser or GM in the near future — no mater how much better their gas mileage is than Honda or Toyota.

  14. "Anonymous said…
    TO: October 6, 2009 4:48 PM You are so right. Japanese car companies are subsidized by the Miti board of the Japanese government — so those of us who write editorials for car magazines know that the advertising dollars will always be there and the check will always be good. Don't expect to many rave reviews of Chryser or GM in the near future — no mater how much better their gas mileage is than Honda or Toyota.

    October 8, 2009 6:53 PM"

    GM is already getting rave reviews with their new models, you idiot. No one is paying ANYONE.

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