We reviews the 2018 Honda Crosstour where consumers can find detailed information on specs, fuel economy, transmission and safety. The 2018 Honda Crosstour is a front-drive midsize sedan slotting above the compact. In addition to the 1.5T and 2.0T gas-powered models, there’s also a hybrid variant.
2018 Honda Crosstour Review
Moving up to the 2018 Honda Crosstour EX-L trim adds a power operated passenger seat, a 10-speaker audio system, memory function for the driver’s seat, a leather-wrapped shift knob, leather upholstery, and an optional navigation system. The range-topping 2018 Honda Crosstour Touring grade adds 19-inch alloy wheels, a head-up display, adaptive dampers, full LED headlights, ventilated and heated front seats, wireless charging, heated rear seats, and parking sensors.
In a 2018 First Test, we noted that when the midsize sedan is equipped with the optional 2.0-liter turbo-four, the 2018 Honda Crosstour offers strong acceleration, making it slightly quicker than its V-6-powered predecessor. The 2018 Honda Crosstour provides more cargo room than most in its class and has easy-folding second-row seats. We like the modern design of the 2018 Honda Crosstour but wished the center screen was a little larger and was canted toward the driver.
2018 Honda Crosstour Concept
But this time, we have no hesitation in recommending the 2018 Honda Crosstour to enthusiasts as well as our automotively apathetic friends and family. Road noise, on the other hand, continues to be an issue in the 2018 Honda Crosstour. The interior is a class above with high-quality materials everywhere.