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2017 Honda Crosstour

The 2017 Honda Crosstour redesign is coming soon to Raynham and Plymouth, and we want to make sure that all of our drivers know what they can expect from this unique new vehicle. Taking a break after the release of the 2015 Honda Crosstour, the 2017 Honda Crosstour’s changes look to refine the features of the cabin and improve the overall performance of this mixture between a family sedan and a crossover utility vehicle.

When it arrives, we expect the 2017 Crosstour price to be firmly placed between the Accord and the CR-V to give drivers another option in their search for a mid-size family vehicle.

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What Changes Can You Expect in 2017?

2015-honda-crosstour-exterior-feature-rear2The biggest changes you can expect for the 2017 Honda Crosstour debut will be cosmetic. With a year off and plenty of time to differentiate itself from the Accord model it was based on, we expect a significant exterior redesign that gives the Crosstour a more aggressive, SUV-like look while retaining the low-to-the-ground dynamics sedan drivers prefer.

Particular exterior upgrades we expect will catch the eye of other drivers include:

  • New standard headlights and available LED headlights
  • Upgraded front end and grille design
  • New alloy wheels and updated fenders

The cabin will likely receive a significant overhaul in features, bringing it in line with modern Honda vehicles with standard amenities like a multi-angle rearview camera.

What Features Will Remain From 2015?

It’s tough to know just what features will return when there’s such a long break between models, but here are a few carryovers we expect:

  • Two Engine Options: The outgoing Crosstour has the choice of either a 2.4L four-cylinder and a 3.5L V6, and we expect the new model to continue with that option.
  • Well-appointed Base Trim: The entry-level Crosstour trim came with features that were more fitting for a mid-range trim level on competing models.
  • Four-wheel Drive: The Crosstour V6 models had four-wheel drive available, and we expect this unique mix of crossover and sedan to continue to give drivers superior traction options.

The 2015 Honda Crosstour Highlights

Until the 2017 Honda Crosstour redesign arrives at Silko Honda, we suggest looking to the 2015 Crosstour. Highlights of the base EX trim include:

  • Eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat
  • Seven-speaker stereo with six-disc CD changer
  • Rearview camera system with in-mirror monitor
  • Power sunroof
  • Automatic climate control
  • 60/40 split-folding rear seat

Upgrading to the V6 engine adds on amenities like an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Honda LaneWatch blind-spot monitor, Aha and Pandora radio compatibility, and a set of 18-inch alloy wheels.

The EX-L trim level adds on luxurious leather upholstery, heated front seating, driver-side memory settings, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, and satellite radio. A voice-controlled navigation system with built-in hard drive is available as well, capable of storing audio files in the Crosstour so you can always have your favorite driving soundtrack available.

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To learn more about the 2017 Honda Crosstour changes and release date near Raynham or Plymouth, contact Silko Honda online or by phone at 508-880-5500. Or you can visit our dealership in person seven days a week at 1580 New State Highway in Raynham.

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