Honda has made some of the best cars in the market. The Honda Cosstour as the name suggests is a hybrid between a coupe and an SUV. The car is similar to the Honda Accord in many aspects. However, it was not able to get as much appreciation as the Accord. Initially it was released in the year 2009 but due to poor response from the customers, Honda discontinued it. Honda is now planning to give it a second chance in the 2017 model. To make this generation of the 2017 Honda Crosstour a successful one, Honda’s engineers are trying their level best. The car will get a totally redefined performance with all the best characteristics of the modern standards and of course a shape to attract the eyes of the customers.
2017 Honda Crosstour: Design and Features
Honda has not revealed much about this model’s body design but some leaked sketches and photos reveal much about it. Honda is not leaving any aspect in this redesign. The car is getting a few but very important external updates. These include a broader bumper, chrome finished grill and 17” alloy rims. These have given the vehicle an overall attractive rather captivating look which promises class and power.
The car’s interior is also as important as the external and the engine is. This time it is designed very carefully with the top quality of materials in the market and comfort and class are ensured in every smallest detail of the car. The car is not only aesthetically designed in the interior but also technologically advanced. It has the latest infotainment system installed in it with improved voice navigation and enhanced safety features. The safety features include airbags, traction control and automatic braking systems. The suspension ad noise control are also improved a lot making the vehicle overall far better than its predecessor generation.
2017 Honda Crosstour: Engine Options
Honda has made many things clear about the upcoming 2017 Honda Crosstour. There will be two types of engines available for this vehicle. Both will power themselves by burning gasoline. The base model will come with a 2.4 liter inline 4 cylinder i-VTEC engine. This motor will deliver roughly 143 kW of power. For more power the customers can get an upgrade to a 3.5 liter 6-Cylinder i-VTEC engine. This machine will manage something over 200 kW. The base model will come with a 5 speed transmission while the upgraded engine will be mated to a 6 speed gearbox. Both the models will be available in rear wheel or all-wheel drive options.
2017 Honda Crosstour: Price and Release
Upon its comeback, the 2017 Honda Crosstour will be facing an immense competition from Toyota Venza, Sabru Outback and even its own cousin, the Vezzel. The price is hence kept low for the first few months of the release. This car will cost around 28,000 $ upon its release. The car is expected to show up at some prominent auto show in the middle or the end of 2016 and will be in showrooms worldwide by the start of 2017.