2010 Honda Crosstour prices




The new Crosstour starts at around $30 000.
It only comes with a V6 and there is no “base” LX model so far.

So it is about $2500 more than an equivalent Accord sedan.
It also gets 18MPG City and 27 MPG HWY in FWD form. about 1 MPG less for the AWD version.

Here are the prices:

-2WD EX………… $29,670
-2WD EX-L………. $32,570
-2WD EX-L Navi…. $34,770
-4WD EX-L………… $34,020
-4WD EX-L Navi…….$36,220

Add $710 delivery to all prices.

Conversation 50 comments

  1. A lot of frickin money for what? Better [and less expensive] choices:

    Highlander V6 FWD
    Venza V6 FWD
    Rav4 V6 FWD
    2 year old off-lease RX 350
    Subaru Outback 4 cylinder

    Honda needs tolower the price about $5,0000 to make the crosstour competitive.

  2. There is something seriously wrong with Honda lately. It used to be my favorite Japanese brand. But it all started going downhill with the Element, then the Pilot, the the Accord. The Element is a beauty queen compared to the Crosstour. I'm trying to hang in there Honda. But Chevy and Ford are eating your lunch in the style and interior department. Mazda and Infiniti are schooling you in sportiness. Get it in gear already!

  3. Holy cow. The top version 4WD EX-L Navi…….$36,220 is the same price as top end 2010 Toyota 4Runner.
    I buycott this Honda Accord as it is purely a rip off.
    Lee Tow

  4. They charge top dollar for this product it lacks a back up camera and keyless access.30 grand is too much i rather have the Hyundai Veracruz for that price and it seats seven.

  5. I like the lines of that car. The tail lights are a little wimpy compared to the other part of this car. Price is ok but I won't buy a car that gets such a crappy mileage. Common, I keep my cars for 10+ years and who wants to pay for 17 mpg in 2019??

  6. This vehicle is an answer to a question nobody asked.

    Who wanted a goofy looking 4-door coupe/hatchback version of the V6 Accord? Did someone suggest this at a focus group?

    Here's a couple of vehicles Honda could bring over to the US that would be useful:
    (1) a sliding door minivan w/ 4-cylinder engine that is smaller than the Odyssey but seats 6+ in decent comfort, and decent cargo space with 6+ belted passengers in the car (and the two rear seats fold flat for cargo space when not carrying kids)
    (2) a straightforward, boxy, 4-cylinder Accord based station wagon

    These cars wouldn't be "sexy" – not that the Crosstour is – but they would be practical and useful, and fulfill real needs not widely addressed in the US auto marketplace.

  7. If they sell ANY of these, it will be proof, that Hondaphiles are blind idiots; so to be parted from their money.

  8. I use to think that this car looked horrible but after seiing this pictures.. Hold on I'm still thinking it looks horrible. This is like a cross between a Honda Ridgeline and a Pontiac Aztek it should have been named the new Honda Azzline!!

  9. they are pretty much forcing you to buy the tsx wagon, which is a much better looking car and as it looks right now the tsx wagon probably won't cost too much more than this as well.

  10. It looks as though this vehicle is moving backwards at a glance. Maybe if they turn it around 180 degrees, it would make a cool El Camino type wagon. I hate to say it but I would take a 2010 Element(Its last model year) over the Crossroads any day.

  11. The picture with all the doors open is the best picture of it that I have seen so far. They should have released it first. Too bad you can't drive it that way so people won't have to look at it.

  12. I saw one in person at a recent press event.

    It REALLY isn't that bad in person. Honda is just stupid and publishes horrible pictures of an unreleased vehicle.

    Would I buy one? Maybe.

  13. "Practical & useful" is no excuse for poor design — not to mention oppy mis-shapened UGLY design. And compared to similarly priced (or even LOWER priced) Chrysler & Hyndai minivans, Ford Flex, Chevy Equinox, (and about a dozen others) this Honda isn't even all that practical; –OR useful! You REALLY have to have a (mindless) emotional attachment to "anything honda" to blow your hard-earned cash on this lump of crap! I wonder what a $36,220 Crosstour will be worth an hour after you drive it off the lot? $26,220? $16,220? It certainly won't have the resale value of an Accord, Malibu, or Fusion!

  14. "It REALLY isn't that bad in person. Honda is just stupid and publishes horrible pictures of an unreleased vehicle. "

    You're completely wrong. It IS that bad in person. There is no amount of lighting or shadowing that could make this thing look good.

  15. 18MPG City and 27 MPG HWY That's about what I ACTUALLY get in my $19,000 Grand Caravan SXT which has 10 TIMES more room, can tow 3600lbs, AND is better looking. And is 5-star crash test rated in every direction. I think all the drug & sex addicts that left Mitsubishi must have found a place at Honda!

  16. honda is lost big time, this is proof. oh ya, almost forgot, acura is as well. Everyone will buy toyota because we say so.

  17. "Anonymous said…
    18MPG City and 27 MPG HWY That's about what I ACTUALLY get in my $19,000 Grand Caravan SXT which has 10 TIMES more room, can tow 3600lbs, AND is better looking. And is 5-star crash test rated in every direction. I think all the drug & sex addicts that left Mitsubishi must have found a place at Honda!

    November 5, 2009 5:28 AM"

    This vehicle is 10 times better than your Caravan in every single respect. There is a reason why Chrysler filed for bankruptcy….

    The Honda will get five stars in every category as well.

    By the way, styling is completely subjective.

    You win for having this most ridiculous, nonsense post in this comment thread.

  18. "Anonymous said…

    18MPG City and 27 MPG HWY That's about what I ACTUALLY get in my $19,000 Grand Caravan SXT which has 10 TIMES more room, can tow 3600lbs, AND is better looking. And is 5-star crash test rated in every direction. I think all the drug & sex addicts that left Mitsubishi must have found a place at Honda!

    November 5, 2009 5:28 AM"

    Your POS Dodge is 10 times better??? REALLY???

    Direct quote from Consumer Reports 2010 Buying Guide:

    "Chrysler's Minivans are UNIMPRESSIVE. Ride comfort is improved, but handling, fit and finish, acceleration, braking and fuel economy are ALL unimpressive.

    PREDICTED RELIABILITY IS WELL BELOW AVERAGE.

    Sounds like to me and professional automotive journalists that your minivan is a real POS.

  19. "Anonymous said…
    18MPG City and 27 MPG HWY That's about what I ACTUALLY get in my $19,000 Grand Caravan SXT which has 10 TIMES more room, can tow 3600lbs, AND is better looking. And is 5-star crash test rated in every direction. I think all the drug & sex addicts that left Mitsubishi must have found a place at Honda!

    November 5, 2009 5:28 AM"

    since you were just SCHOOLED by the poster at November 5, 2009 5:48 PM, it sounds like only uneducated white trash would buy a vehicle rated so poorly.

    hahahahahahahhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhahah

  20. "Anonymous said…

    I got 138K miles on my 07 Caravan and it runs like new. This Honda is an overpriced useless mobile.

    November 6, 2009 9:32 AM"

    There are plenty of people with well over 500,000 MILES with their Accords and other various Hondas. 138K is nothing, but it is an accomplishment for POS Dodge which are known for transmission and drivetrain failures.

    Google Honda Mile Makers or go here:

    http://automobiles.honda.com/mile-makers/

  21. to: November 7, 2009 7:04 AM: " it sounds like only uneducated white trash would buy a vehicle rated so poorly."

    JANE YOU IGNORANT SLUT:

    ." Consumers Reports rates Chrysler cars as more reliable than Mercedes, discussion of the CR rating systems at TrueDelta.

    A high response rate is the key to validity.. So how many people respond to a Consumer Reports reliability survey? a mere 6%.

    "the sort of people who buy Hondas are the same sort of people who are more consistant about preventive maintenance.
    A study on (American) Honda owners found that most cleaned their garage floors on a regular basis…they appeared to be meticulous about maintenance. Could that affect reliability?
    All owners are not alike, and Consumer Reports does not control for this error.
    Different drivetrains have different reliabilities — CR often lumps them all together. (Now they are also combining "corporate twins" to hide the anomalies of years past). Standard and Grand Caravans are listed in the same category, despite the very different repair histories: They separate some engines but lump the (Mitsubishi) 3.0 V6 oil-leaker in with the more reliable 3.3 (4-speed) engine & Chrysler 3.8 & 4.0 (6-speed)
    "I'd expect CR to point me to those unique problem(s) from different make-model-year combination. Those CR reliability reports, regardless how they were done, did not reveal those problems. I noticed a bunch of postings on a (Japanese) SUV/CUV problem of blown head gasket, within the first 70k miles. I checked CR report on (it) and compared to CAA report on the same make-model-year. Not surprisingly, CR reported a [best rating] under the "engine" category. And surprisingly CAA reported the same make-model-year a "much worse than average" two red-dots for that category."
    Consumers' Reports really doesn't define what a "serious" problem is. This was evident in reactions to the problem of sludge in the engines of many (Japanese car) – a problem which (Japanese car), to its credit, (…eventually) admitted and acted on. The forums were full of people claiming the problem was not real but simply in the minds of those who claimed they had it; and if was real, it was the fault of owners and not Honda. We doubt they'd feel the same way if, say, (Mercurys) were victims of sludge.
    EG: A 1985 Dodge had 135,000 miles on it. It runs great. At 85,000 miles the timing belt broke. Dodge thinks it's OK to wait till it breaks and then replace it; the design is such that it doesn’t hurt anything. Cunsumer Reports says this is a serious engine problem. Nissan sells more belts by recommending the belt (&fuel injector) be replaced at the 60,000 miles “routine maintainence” interval. If the (Nissan) CR survey respondant filled out the CR form; he would show no major problems, just routine maintenance on the Nissan. (Even though the Nissan belt at 60k miles cost more to replace than the Dodge belt at 85K).
    All Dodge had to do was recommend the belt change at 60,000 miles to avoid a "serious engine problem” in the CR “predicted reliability” ratings. This had more to do with Dodges poor marketing & Consumer Report’s unscientific methods that any real difference between Nissan & Dodge.

    So I rely on the records at my 3 Companies on vehicle reliability. And I buy Caravans, not Odditys. And I save a BUNDLE compared to what the Accords cost us (which we are no longer buying). I might be trash, but I've started more Companies and probably taken more college science, math, & statistics courses then you will probably do in a lifetime. I can think just fine by myself without being feed the biased, unscientific & statistically unsupported rhetoric of the Consumer Reports editors. That's why my net worth keeps going up and yours keeps going into scheduled maintainance.

  22. To: November 7, 2009 10:38 PM

    Yeah, and your initial savings goes out the window when you turn your fleet because the Dodge products aren't worth jack.

    Your ridiculous post makes me laugh. Sure, there are holes in CR data but they have FAR more respondents than TrueDelta does which will lead to a larger sample size. If you knew anything about statistics, a valid study requires a LARGE sample size. I have a MBA, by the way. I think that outweighs the classes you took at your local community college.

    Go ahead, buy your POS Chrysler products that are worth nothing after you are done with them. I'll guarantee that the Honda vehicles would be worth AT MINIMUM $5,000 more than what you have bought, completely offsetting the maintenance costs and inital purchase price.

    Long term, not short term is the name of the game here.

  23. November 10, 2009 6:14 AM: "they have FAR more respondents than TrueDelta does which will lead to a larger sample size"
    You missed the point. PERCENTAGE of respondents RESPONDING. 6% is insufficent to draw ANY conclusions, because it says more about the type of person choosing to respond than it does about the product being analyzed.

    "I have a MBA, by the way. I think that outweighs the classes you took at your local community college." Actually, I went to a "Big 10" university and have a Business Degree just like you. But for the Science part I took Statistics, Calculous, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physics, Medical Microbiology, Advanced (Grad level) Biochemistry, plus all of the requesite lab classes. I think I know a scientific study when I see one; and I've yet to see anything close to it at Consumer Reports.

    "Long term, not short term is the name of the game here." You're right of course, but apparently don't understand the implications; Keep a Honda & a Dodge both for 500,000 miles and you'll find NEITHER is worth anything close to $5K. The SMART guy runs the vehicle forever–to the point where resale is irrelevent. Afraid to keep your Honda that long? Afraid to skip all the "scheduled maintainance" and fix ONLY what & when it's broke? Then that Honda's gonna cost ya. A LOT more than the Dodge would have.

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