The exterior of the crosstour looks more like an Accord than the average crosstour you would see on the streets of Miami
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The development of the 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour has stirred much excitement in the car industry. Honda has differentiated this vehicle more than any other model with its unique exterior structure. The exterior of the crosstour looks more like an Accord than the average crosstour you would see on the streets of Miami.
The interior design and structure also feels more like an Accord with its sleek and structured front panel and seats. All Accord Crosstour models come standard with a 3.5-liter i-VTEC V-6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) designed for power and efficiency. Power delivery on the new Honda Crosstour is particularly smooth, would you expect any less from a Honda?
The Accord Crosstour is available in two model choices the EX or the EX-L. Standard features on the Accord Crosstour EX include: dual-zone automatic air conditioning with second row ventilation, 360-watt AM/FM 6-disc audio system with seven speakers, easy fold-down 60-40 split rear seat back, 17-inch aluminum wheels with 225/65 R17 all-season tires, hidden removable utility box, cruise control, moon roof, auto up/down driver and front passanger side windows, rear privacy glass, steering wheel-integrated audio controls, compass and outside temperature indicator, projector beam headlights with auto-off, fog lights, chrome door handles, body-colored power side mirrors with defrost, and more.
Honda recently announced the starting price for the new 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour. The suggested retail price for the Crosstour, which will debut on November 20, starts at $29,670. Honda expects sales to rise on the new Crosstour and advises to visit your nearest Miami Honda Dealership and inquire more about the new Crosstour.