Ask the Best and Brightest: 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour. Hot or Not?

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  • Mirko Reinhardt Mirko Reinhardt on Sep 02, 2009

    @psarhjinian : To be fair, a lot of that is because this is a hatchback and not a wagon. I was comparing the current Euro Accord wagon to the one before that.

  • Rocketrodeo Rocketrodeo on Sep 02, 2009

    Having seen the rear of the Crosstour, I was thinking that TTAC found the one (relatively) attractive viewing angle of this vehicle for the picture above. I just don't understand what happened to Honda. They grew and prospered by adhering to a relatively unchanging and focused vision, and you could see this vision at work from the early 1980s through the late 1990s. I bought a bunch of them, and on my recommendation so did my family and friends. It would be difficult to improve on their circa-1998 lineup, which I suppose is the point. The best new Honda, I think, is a Ford Fusion.

  • Rspaight Rspaight on Sep 02, 2009

    Oh, dear. Not as hideous as the Acura ZDX, but certainly not attractive, and certainly not anything I would like to see wearing a Honda badge. Why, oh why does anything with a hatch have to get inflated to absurd proportions? (Et tu, xB?) And what's with the extreme rear slope that's spreading like ebola (X6 seems to be patient zero)? Give me the Accord Tourer (TSX wagon) from the UK referenced above.

  • Rspaight Rspaight on Sep 02, 2009

    Just looked closer. What's up with that pseudo-cladding stuff at the bottom of the doors? Why are we butching-up Accords?