2010 Honda Accord Crosstour Details and Pricing Released

Japanese carmaker Honda released last night the details and pricing information for their not so impressive Accord Crosstour. Set to debut on November 20, the Crosstour will wear a price tag of $29,670, plus a destination and handling charge of $710.

For that, you get a car whose body is seen as one of the most ugly in years. The "sophisticated refinement of a premium sedan with versatile characteristics of an SUV" which come together in the Crosstour has drawn its share of criticism.

The car will be offered in five versions, all equipped with a 5 speed automatic transmission: 2WD EX ($29,670), 2WD EX-L ($32,570), 2WD EX-L Navi ($34,770), 4WD EX-L ($34,020) and 4WD EX-L Navi ($36,220).

Engine wise, it uses a 3.5l i-VTEC V-6 with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM), which develops 271 horsepower at 6,200 rpm and 254 lb.-ft. of
torque at 5,000 rpm. Fuel consumption figures in a city/highway cycle stand at 8/27 mpg for the 2WD versions.

As standard, the Accord Crosstour comes equipped with dual-zone automatic air conditioning, 360-Watt AM/FM 6-disc audio system with seven speakers, 17-inch aluminum wheels with 225/65 R17 all-season tires, cruise control, moonroof, steering wheel-integrated audio controls, fog lights, chrome door handles and body-colored power side mirrors with defrost.

As you might have guessed, the EX-L version adds Honda Satellite-linked Navigation System and Real Time 4WD.

From the safety features' stand point, the Crosstour packs ACE, ESC (VSA), anti-lock brakes with electronic brake distribution and brake assist, side curtain airbags with rollover sensor and active front seat head restraints.
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