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How many miles will a 2010 Honda Crosstour last?
The Honda Crosstour can last up to 200,000 miles or more. If you drive an average of 20,000 miles in a year, you can ride your Crosstour for 10 years before needing major repairs.
Why was the Honda Crosstour discontinued?
On April 8, 2015, Honda announced that it was discontinuing production on the Crosstour at the end of the 2015 model year due to slow sales.
Should I buy a Honda Crosstour?
Like most Honda vehicles, the 2015 Honda Crosstour has a great reliability rating. A well-maintained Crosstour should easily surpass 200,000 miles. After the original warranty expires, the owner will have to foot the bill for any repairs. Fortunately, there should not be any major mechanical problems to worry about.
Is Crosstour reliable?
The Honda Crosstour Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 14th out of 24 for midsize cars. The average annual repair cost is $520 which means it has lower than average ownership costs. While repairs are more common, these issues are less likely to be severe than with other cars.
How much is a Honda Crosstour worth trading?
2015 Honda Crosstour Value – Find Out What Your Car’s Worth. 2015 Honda Crosstour trade-in prices range from $10,361 – $22,980. Get a more accurate value for your car with the Edmunds appraisal tool.
Is a Honda Crosstour an Accord?
Introduced as the Accord Crosstour, the name was changed to just Crosstour in 2012. It is a four-door hatchback, based on the Accord sedan, with a raised ride height and either front or all-wheel drive. It combines the appearance and versatility of a wagon or hatchback without looking like an SUV.
What car compares to Honda Crosstour?
Alternatives: The Toyota Venza is the obvious choice, but even Honda’s own CR-V, though not especially pretty, is a worthy way of avoiding the Crosstour. Subaru’s Outback has that SUV thing goin’ on, and the Volvo XC70 starts at $33,600, $3490 below the top end Crosstour.
What was the last year Honda made the Crosstour?
Honda began producing the Crosstour for the 2010 model year and discontinued it after 2015. For 2013, the Crosstour received styling updates, a more powerful available V6 engine, an optional six-speed automatic transmission, and several safety features.