One of the best features of the 2014 Honda Crosstour is the versatile cargo area, similar to a hatchback. The sloping rear tailgate opens to 25.7 cubic feet of cargo space. If more space is needed, the rear seats fold down for a total of 51.3 cubic feet of room. Under the cargo floor is a hidden, removable versatility box that is conveniently water-resistant.
While its exterior may attract drivers, its interior features are sure to seal the deal. The intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID) is displayed on an eight-inch screen that shows anything from text messages via Bluetooth to fuel consumption. All 2014 Honda Crosstours have a rearview camera as well. Higher trim levels add even more technology, like a push button start, Forward Collision Warning (FCW) system, and more.
Its exterior profile looks more like a crossover than a sedan, yet lower to the ground for easier entering and exiting. It is eye-catching from every angle with paint choices like Alabaster Silver Metallic, Basque Red Pearl, and Mountain Air Metallic. Depending on the exterior paint and trim level, the interior of the 2014 Honda Crosstour is available in Black or Ivory color, in both cloth and leather.