The 2012 Honda Crosstour is a crossover model with the appearance of a five-door hatchback. This vehicle is based upon the popular midsize Accord platform, but has many unique features to set it apart. If you’re looking for more reasons to choose this thrilling crossover model, look no further: we have 10 of the coolest things about the 2012 Honda Crosstour right here.
1. The Crosstour’s body-colored side mirrors can be folded in to permit parking in even the tightest spaces.
2. Every Crosstour comes equipped with a power moon roof with tilting feature. On those hot or sunny days when you want to limit outside light, a manual sunshade can completely cover the moon roof.
3. The standard remote entry system with power window control can ventilate your Crosstour before you enter it. This key can even activate the moon roof to gain additional outside air as needed.
4. Vehicle Cylinder Management™ technology is included. To maximize fuel economy at cruise, half the cylinders are temporarily shut down and then quickly reactivated as needed.
5. The Crosstour’s Active Sound Control technology uses the audio system to reduce engine noise inside the cabin. ASC works to minimize engine rev noise to provide a quieter cabin.
6. One of the chief safety characteristics of this model is its body structure that has been especially enhanced to protect occupants in the event of a crash. Crash energy is distributed more evenly throughout the body to reduce the effects of a frontal impact.
7. The 2012 Crosstour received the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s highest marks in front, side, and rear impact collisions.
8. Hands-free calling is a possibility with your Bluetooth-enabled phone. The Crosstour’s Bluetooth connectivity system can store up to 50 contacts or up to 1,000 contacts with certain phones.
9. The Crosstour’s rear seat can be folded completely flat to increase storage capacity from 25.7 cubic feet to 51.3 cubic feet.
10. An in-dash maintenance minder system helps to track maintenance intervals including tune ups, coolant changes, and tire rotation. When your engine is due for an oil change, engine sensors upload that information to the maintenance minder.