2016 Honda Crosstour Reviews and Specs
2016 Honda Crosstour is a full size SUV, which will soon appear as a 2016 model. It is expected to be improved with new exterior and better performance.
2016 Honda Crosstour Design of exterior
The new 2016 Honda Crosstour will ride on the same platform as Honda Accord and it will be larger than its predecessor. However, automaker has decided to reduce its weight by using lighter materials such as aluminum, which will make it more aerodynamic and fuel efficient. As far as the exterior look is concerned, it will have aggressive and powerful appearance. Headlights, tail lamps and fog lights will use LED technology. The wheels will be larger, and it will be 18-inch alloys. The whole body will be decorated with chrome, such as windows and exhaust pipes.
Interior Design and Improvements
The interior of 2016 Honda Crosstour will be stylish and modern, as it was expected from Japanese company. The cabin is quite spacious and capable to place five passengers. The seats are adjustable and very comfortable and will provide enjoyable ride for all the occupants. In the center of the console are placed 8-inch display and the steering wheel will have with many functions and controls. It will be equipped with Bluetooth, USB, Pandora radio, audio system with seven speakers, navigation system, ABS, a rearview camera and many other safety and infotainment features.
Engines and Performance
2016 Honda Crosstour will have under its hood two engines. The one is going to be a 2.4-liter four-cylinder 16-valve engine which will be able to make 192 horsepower and 162 lb/ft of torque. It will be paired with a five-speed automatic gearbox. The other one will be a 3.5-liter 24-valve engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission and which will produce 278 horsepower and 252 lb/ft of torque.
Release Date, Price and Competitors
We are expecting to see the new Honda Crosstour sometime during next year. As for its price, it will probably be around $30,000. The main rivals on the market will be Acura MDX, Toyota Highlander and Mazda CX-5.