2016 Honda Crosstour Redesign, Specs, Price and Review

Even though it’s not been confirmed yet, the 2016 Honda Crosstour is rumored to be revealed later in 2015. Debuted back in 2009, the vehicle wore the Accord Crosstour name plate, no wonder if it carries several Accord details in its design language. In this updates, Honda promises new engine options, revised exterior styling and improved interior.

2016 Honda Crosstour Redesign


The new Crosstour looks more aggressive and masculine than the previous model. Dimensions of the car are increased, especially the height. However, it will be made of lightweight materials such as aluminum, so it will weigh less, therefore improving the performance and fuel efficiency. Wheels will also be bigger – 18 inch alloy.

Highlight change for 2016 Crosstour is increased body height. Also, exterior design is improved and now is more aggressive. Wheels are 18-inch with alloy. Interior is more spacious and comfortable. New materials used in building Honda Crosstour 2016 will reduce overall weight for some amount of pounds, which will further cause better consumption and fuel savings. With lower sell rate for current model, this can attract people to start buying new Honda Crosstour.

2016 Honda Crosstour Rear View


Crosstour is characterized as ideal vehicle for long trip. New model will be longer, as well as wheelbase. This will affect to the other characteristics. Spacious interior, good aerodynamic and satisfied parameters of fuel consumption are main advantages of 2016 Honda Crosstour. Tech adds will take part in start vehicle, with aim to provide minimum of fuel consumption. EX and EX-L trim levels will be advanced, and rumors are that 18″ alloy-wheels will be standard of both trims. Infotainment system will be updated, with a lot of useful systems for safety and comfortable driving. Rear seats can be split/fold, in 60/40 ratio.

2016 Honda Crosstour Interior


An impressive range of two different engines will be offered for the 2016 Honda Crosstour. The base model comes with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder 16-valve DOHC i-VTEC engine. It develops up to 192 hp and 162 lb-ft of torque. This engine will be coupled with a five-speed automatic transmission. The other option is a 3.5-liter 24-valve SOHC i-VTEC V6. This engine produces 278 hp and the transmission is six-speed automatic.

Release Date and Price

The 2016 Honda Crosstour won’t be there until late 2015, this is what we conclude after reading various sources. As for pricing, the redesigned model will cost slightly higher than the current version. Pricing is estimated to start at $30,000, trim levels will significantly affect the pricing. Keep coming back here for future updates!

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