2012 Honda Crosstour Review - SanTan Honda Superstore
https://santanhonda.com Geoff Bunger, Internet Manager at SanTan Honda Superstore walks us through the all new 2012 Honda Crosstour. You can expect performance and power with the 2012 Crosstour. Choose between a 192- Horse power 2.4 liter I -- VTEC engine or get extra Boost with the 271 horse power 3.5 liter V-6 I VTEC engine You'll notice this vehicle has a new name. It is now simply known as the Honda Crosstour, not the Honda Accord Crosstour, thus eliminating the rear Accord badge. The 2012 Crosstour will grab your attention with a bold, sporty exterior design - clearly differentiating itself from it's competitors. Modern styling is prevalent in the 2012 Crosstour, with a streamlined tailgate and a bold front grille. The designers of the Crosstour didn't stop at sleek front and rear end styling, you will find the Crosstour's signature sleek lines and chrome finishes throughout the car's exterior. The Crosstour is big where it counts, boasting 18" alloy wheels for the EX-L model. The Crosstour's well-appointed cabin is also your personal concert hall, boasting a powerful 360-watt audio system with 7 speakers, which includes a subwoofer. You have audio options! Such as a 6-disc in-dash cd changer or connect your favorite MP3 player to the iPod compatible USB Audio Interface. The EX-L model is also available with Honda's Satellite-Linked Navigation System with voice recognition. As a standard feature, the Crosstour comes equipped with a factory-installed Bluetooth Hands FreeLink, allowing you to use your compatible mobile phone without taking your eyes off the road or hands off the wheel. Apart from the state-of-the art technology features, the Crosstour features an easy-to-use 60/40 split rear seatback. One pull of the right or left lever folds the corresponding seat section down. To create even more storing capacity, the Crosstour has a hidden removable utility box under the reversible rear panels in the cargo area. Keep valuables out of site, or dirty gear out of site. This box can be removed for easy cleaning. You can expect the following safety features to help keep you on course and away from danger. Vehicle Stability Assist helps sense oversteer or understeer and, if necessary, adjusts brake pressure at each wheel and/or reduces engine power to help restore driver control. Standard 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), help you maintain control during hard braking. o Properly inflated tires are crucial for safe operation, so the tire pressure monitoring system alerts the driver when a tire's pressure reaches a significantly low level. You and your family are protected with Honda's ACE body structure, which stands for Advanced Compatibility Engineering. Essentially, the vehicle disperses frontal crash energy over a wide area, helping to minimize the forces transferred to the passenger cabins. Honda comes equipped with proper airbag support. Standard front, front side and side curtain airbags with rollover sensor help reduce the likelihood of injuries in a collision. In addition, driver's and front passenger's active head restraints help reduce the likelihood of whiplash injuries in a sufficient rear collision. Honda has a great safety philosophy. Which is a commitment to providing safety for everyone—that means crash protection not only for Honda drivers and passengers, but also for the occupants of other vehicles. JD Power and Associates named The Crosstour highest ranked midsize crossover/SUV in initial quality. Find out for yourself why we love this car. Schedule a test drive today with SanTan Honda. Also, visit us online at https://santanhonda.com and like us on Facebook for updates and discounts at https://facebook.com/santanhonda.
Adjusting parking brake in 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour
Adjusting Parking Brake on 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour