Everyone wants to know what the next new car is, but you can't forget about this year's models. The 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour is an excellent car for anyone who enjoys power, beauty, and all at a manageable price.
There are three trims to choose from: the 2WD EX, 2WD EX-L and 4WD EX-L.
The base model is the 2WD EX and the starting price for this car is $29,670. You get a 271-horsepower engine, Variable Cylinder Management, active sound control, a 6-disc CD player in the dashboard with a MP#/Auxilliary Input Jack. You will also get fog lights and double wishbone front and independent multi-link rear suspension. The automatic climate control is dual-zone and there is audio controls mounted and illuminated on the steering wheel. Enjoy the moonroof with the push of a button and put it on cruise control.
The rear has privacy glass and both of the front seats are power adjustable. The driver's side has 10-way Power Adjustment, including lumbar support, and the passenger seat has 4-way power adjustment. Want to hide your wallet? There's a hidden and removable utility box. The body structure is the patented Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) structure. With anti-lock brakes, front side and side curtain airbags with rollover sensor, a tire pressure monitoring system and active head restraints on the front passenger and the driver's seat, you can be sure that you're safe as you ride.
The 2WD EX-L either adds to or replaces some of the features on the 2WD EX. For example, with the 2WD EX-L, you get leather trimmed seats and both the steering wheel and shift knob are leather wrapped. The headlights are projector-beam halogens with auto on/off and there is a HomeLink remote system. The review mirror automatically dims lights from behind you and you can enjoy XM radio. Talk hands free thanks to Bluetooth and enjoy your MP3s with the USB audio interface. If you want, you can get a satellite-linked navigation system that has voice recognition and steering wheel mounted controls, as well as a rearview camera with guidelines.
The major difference between the 4WD EX-L and the 2WD EX-L is the fact that there is a real time 4-wheel drive on the 4WD EX-L. Starting price for the EX-L is $32,570 and for the 4WD EX-L the starting price is $34,020.