Honda disclosed the 2013 Honda Crosstour Concept at the 2012 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS), giving the first authority look of a more proficient searching outside styling bearing for the rich fair size CUV. Set to go on special in fall 2012, the Crosstour's characterized lines will reverberate all the more obviously with the dynamic shoppers that shape the biggest bit of the premium hybrid section. The 2013 Honda Crosstour V6 will highlight enhanced mileage on account of its new 6-speed programmed transmission, while both four-chamber and V6 adaptations will profit by a large group of security and perceivability redesigns.
The Honda Crosstour Concept is covered in a new tint, like one of two new shades that will show up on the 2013 Crosstour. Securing the Crosstour Concept are novel 5-talked 19-inch wheels, while the 2013 Honda Crosstour will highlight new 18-inch compound wheels.
In spite of the fact that not in plain view in the Honda Crosstour Concept, the lavish inside of the Honda Crosstour will see much further refinement for 2013, including vigorously reconsidered trim materials, the expansion of a 8-inch, in-dash data show, keyless ignition, and directing wheel mounted oar shifters on V6 models.
Honda Crosstour will be available from $27,230. The Honda Crosstour has a more professional exterior design, significant upgrades to the interior layouts, and is much powerful. Its...read more
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