2018 Honda Crosstour

Honda is a leader in many automotive classes, including crossovers and coupes. Now, Japanese carmaker is trying to reach new markets, and plans for upcoming years are interesting. If you don’t know how would look like combination of SUV and coupe vehicles, wait for 2018 Honda Crosstour which will be between two segments. That is interesting by itself, but company is making it even better with choice of powertrain. There is no many confirmed information about crossover, but interest is already at high level, since all fans and enthusiasts can’t wait to see new model on the market.

2018 Honda Crosstour

2018 Honda Crosstour engine

We believe that new class of the cars won’t have too big engine, but rather economical. No larger than 4-cylinder unit is necessarily for 2018 Honda Crosstour, and total output could be around 180 hp. We still don’t have any part of info about displacement. Some rumors mentioned V6 drivetrain as possibility, and this engine could burst around 250 horses. Transmission will be auto, with 5 or 6 gears. Front-wheel drive comes as standard offer, while buyers can purchase 2018 Crosstour as AWD vehicle. Consumption will be highlight of the model. Nevertheless, Japanese manufacturer could launch this crossover in hybrid variant, which will be even more interesting to fuel-friendly buyers.

2018 Honda Crosstour interior

2018 Honda Crosstour redesign

The 2018 Honda Crosstour will be packed with a lot of modern features. Full leather cabin, new audio system, with smart phone connectivity, dual-zone air conditioning and many more are coming in the SUV. Outside, color palette includes silver metallic, White Diamond Pearl and many other schemes. Fog lights and 17-inch wheels are dominating outside. There are also rear-view camera for easier parking and voice controls. Navigation comes in higher trims of 2018 Crosstour, and driver is getting help from few assist systems, such as lane departure. Infotainment will be updated, so fun during long trips is guaranteed.

2018 Honda Crosstour rear view

2018 Honda Crosstour launch and price

By 2018 we will see new vehicle from Honda’s factories. Premiere could happen during last months of 2017, and model could arrive to dealerships early in 2018. Comparing to rivals, 2018 Honda Crosstour must be valued under $30,000 if it wants to be competitive.

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35 Responses to 2018 Honda Crosstour

  1. Mark W. Heller says:

    It needs 7.5 inches of ground clearance and a 20 or more gallon fuel tank.

  2. Sonia says:

    Is this Launch a true story? I have a 2010 cross tour and I wanted and upgrade. I was told this model is descontinuated. No longer will be manufacture.

    • Jesse says:

      hi Sonia,
      i was told the same thing by a guy who works in the parts dept for Honda. i also have a 2010 and was considering upgrading until he told me that.

    • crescent mills says:

      i want to know the same i have a 2012 crosstour im hoping for a upgrade with side cameras along with a back camera other then that i love my car but im hoping this isnt the new look the old one is sexier

    • Corey says:

      If you want an upgrade just get a 2013 crosstour

  3. Bowski says:

    They better not come out with this design! It’s almost as ugly as the current Toyota 4Runner. I own a 2012 Crosstour and absolutely love it! This design language looks awful. Why does it have to have so many cut out vents underneath the front and rear bumpers?! What are they trying to do make a Subaru that looks like a 4Runner? I like the tail lights outside of that it looks horrible. Get it right Honda!!

  4. William Mahler says:

    Honda has invented a new form of ugly. I thought the Japanese invented “less is more”. The 2015 crosstour was clean and balanced…the 2018 is a fish out of luck

  5. Norma Barone says:

    Love this car! Can’t Wait!! Love the look totally!

  6. Richard says:

    I agree I totally like the old version because it looks better than the new version upgrade the interior not the style!!!!!

  7. Rocky Walker says:

    Cant wait to get one of the 2018’s, love the design.

  8. Cindy says:

    Love the look also…. can’t wait….

  9. Patti Stelt says:

    I was going to purchase a Honda Crosstour in 2018. I have been waiting a long time for a new car; however, the new body design is atrocious! I LOVE the older design and definitely will not go for the new one if this is, indeed what it will look like.

  10. Robin D. Farland says:

    I have a 2013 Honda Crosstour in kona coffee. I fell in love with the Crosstour in 2010, but the color I had I was not happy with (metallic grey w/beige leather interior). Honestly, I am very different. I love this 2018 model!!! If given a chance to trade my 2013 in for the 2018,let me just say: no one would have to pump or prime me to do so. It is beautiful! A little piece of heaven in the midst of a country of utter chaos. I absolutely adore it.

  11. Clarisa Romero says:

    Love love love the look

    • Duncan Weddington says:

      Loved the Kona Coffee, my 2014 I-4 CT, my grand daughter has it now. I would like to have a 2018. Hope this is the real deal.

  12. Niecey says:

    I like the new design a LOT! It’s very sporty. Can’t wait till
    It come out will definitely get it.

  13. Judy says:

    It looks too much like the Toyota Venza to me. I loved the old style. I had a 2010 and loved it. When I first got it, I was always asked about it when I went anywhere.

  14. Marco Carrillo says:

    I think the 2018 is a great looking can and would be proud to buy one when it is launched . We have to change with the times,designs and technology and embrace the future. I for one can definatly appreciate the hard work put into this design and I would be happy to buy ASAP.

  15. Duncan Weddington says:

    Is the 2018 Crosstour a scam or reality. I had a 2014 Crosstour I-4, the best sedan Honda has ever made. My grand daughter has it now as we deceided to go back to 1 vehicle a 2017 Honda RTL-T truck. If this is real I will be going back to the CT. I have owned 19 Hondas since my intro to Honda in 1981. Without a doubt the best 2 over thse many years was the Crosstour and the GENII Ridgeline (3), all equally good. Scam or reality?

  16. Frances Saenz says:

    If they just did away with the cut outs. I love my 2010 crosstour, coming on 150,000 miles and still going strong. One of the things I like most about it is that the look oF the car is still relevant, hasn’t gone out of style. In fact, I see today’s cars (like BMWs), have very similar body style.

  17. Ed Wolfe says:

    How come not much info on the 2018 Crosstour? What about a hot V6 in this car?

  18. Danny Parker says:

    I’m all in! Please tell me when I can order mine!

  19. Melanie says:

    PLEASE LET THIS BE ACCURATE. I want a date ! I always wanted a crosstour but was discouraged when I heard about the defects.

    • Scott Finley says:

      I saw a very sleek radical futuristic mean looking sqiunty eyed version on facebook that looks way better that the one shown on this site. Don’t know if it is a concept car or not. I agree that the big triangular looking vents on both the front and rear of this version takes away from the otherwise sleek look of the body lines and headlights. Kinda going toward a pontiac aztek look – ecck!!

      • Sandra says:

        I was getting ready to trade in my crosstour since the dreaded timing belt and water pump need changing. Was going to get the HRV but if this is true, where is the Crosstour and why isn’t it listed on their website? Shucks, I would prefer another Crosstour.

  20. Lashona says:

    I have a 2012 crosstour,and I love it can’t wait til 2018 comes out if they come out I was told by the Honda dealership that no more Honda crosstour was being made,I just hope it had the flip out key!!!

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