- Crosstour features host of standard and available advanced safety, driver-assistive and convenience features
- Available with two fuel-efficient and powerful engine and transmission options and four-wheel drive
With purposeful and premium styling, crossover utility, sedan-like driving manners and impressive features that set it apart from the crowd, the 2015 Honda Crosstour goes on sale tomorrow with a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting at $27,5301 for the well-equipped EX models with two-wheel-drive and 2.4-liter engine. The Crosstour offers a comprehensive range of equipment levels and powertrain options, topping off with a 3.5-liter V-6 engine and Real Time Four-Wheel Drive™.
The versatile 2015 Crosstour provides comfortable seating for five people, 51.3 cubic feet of cargo space2 and a hidden removable utility box. Standard features include a rearview camera with guidelines, Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink™, USB/iPod® connection, fog lights, one-touch turn signals and an expanded-view driver’s mirror. Premium available features include LaneWatch™ display, HondaLink™ featuring Aha™ compatibility, Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Forward Collision Warning (FCW).
The two front-wheel-drive Crosstour trim options (EX, EX-L) are powered either by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with 192 horsepower3 and an EPA highway rating of 31 mpg4 or a powerful 3.5-liter V-6 with 278 horsepower5 and Variable Cylinder Management™ for improved fuel efficiency. The EX-L V-6 model is also available with Real Time 4WD™.
The Crosstour is built exclusively at the Honda of America Mfg. East Liberty, Ohio auto plant6. View, build and price a 2015 Honda Crosstour at automobiles.honda.com/crosstour.
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Consumer information is available at automobiles.honda.com/crosstour. To join the Crosstour community on Facebook, visit www.facebook.com/hondacrosstour. Additional media information including detailed pricing features and high-resolution photography of the 2015 Honda Crosstour is available at hondanews.com/channels/honda-automobiles-crosstour.
Honda is still spreading the word about an opportunity you have to share the fastest seat in sports with Mario Andretti. That’s right, you could go for a ride with Mr. Andretti and all you have to do is go to ShopHonda.com.
In an effort to show people how much they need this speed, Honda has stepped up its Speed Patrol efforts, giving people citations for being slow due to “concerned amazement” and “indecisiveness” when choosing a pastry at a coffee shop (and, seriously, who doesn’t get annoyed by that?).
Check out these PSAs and then enter to win the fastest seat in sports!
When people think of the Honda Fit, they generally think of exceptional functionality and interior space…not performance. Well, when people think of the 2015 Honda Fit, they may just have to think of it’s incredible performance first.
According to Torque.com, “…you’ll be impressed by the power available Via the Fits 1.5 Liter 16 valve i-VTEC 4 cylinder. Although rated at a modest 130 hp and 114 ft-lb torque, somehow through the miracle of advanced automotive electronics, direct fuel injection, drive by wire throttle and Honda’s CVT transmission, this little Honda will put your head back in the driver’s seat.”
What else is there to love about the 2015 Honda Fit:
- Great gas mileage at about 33 mpg around town
- Great handling
- And nice interior that will “fit a tall cowboy”
“The 2015 Honda Fit has a lot going for it, Honda thinks it will be the next big thing and so do we,” said Tony Carter, general manager at Northwest Honda in Bellingham. “This article does a great job of point out all the usual things people love about the Fit, but also the fact that is a pretty fun sub-compact car to drive!”
Stop by Northwest Honda, Sims Honda, or Apple Valley Honda dealership today to find out how fun the 2015 Honda Fit is to drive!
Honda announced that it is voluntarily recalling more than 886,000 Honda Odyssey minivans because of a potential problem with deterioration of the fuel pump cover, which could cause a fuel leak.
No incidents or injuries have been reported at this time.
According to this article, “Odysseys from 2005 through 2010 model years are involved. The recalled minivans were made between June 23, 2004, and September 4, 2010.”
Here are Apple Valley Honda, we want everyone to know that we are here to make sure you and your family are as safe as possible in your Honda Odyssey. “If you have questions, please feel free to Honda or us,” said Tod McLaughlin, general manager at Apple Valley Honda in Wenatchee. “All owners will be getting written notice and, of course, all repairs will be made by Honda dealerships, including Apple Valley Honda, free of charge to Odyssey owners.”
If you have questions or concerns about your Honda Odyssey, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Have you seen pictures of the new 2015 Honda Fit? If you haven’t, you will and you won’t forget that you saw it, either.
This article poses the question about the 2015 Honda Fit, “Refreshing or Revolting?” in the title, but really the rest of the article goes on to talk about how awesome it is, including how sleek it looks. I mean, really the only thing people can talk about is how it looks because the functionality of the Honda Fit has long-been established.
What do you think? Take a look at the article and let us know if the new, sportier look of the Honda Fit has any influence on you!
Honda announced a voluntary recall of 300,000 Odyssey minivans from the 2007 and 2008 model years. A software malfunction may cause the brakes to apply involuntarily.
“If you have any questions about your Honda Odyssey, don’t hesitate to call us or contact Honda,” said Keith Hofkamp of Sims Honda in Burlington.
No injuries have been reported.
Toyota announced it is recalling more than 800,000 vehicles because…are you ready for it?…of spiders.
Not it’s not a bad horror movie. It’s the latest recall of the Camry, Camry Hybrid, Avalon, Avalon Hybrid, and Venza from the 2012 and 2013 model years. The recall involves airbags that could deploy unnecessarily.
According to this article, “The actual risk of airbag deployment comes from blockage of the air conditioner condenser drainage tubes. By building webs in those mini-waterspouts, spiders prevent condensation from being channeled away from delicate components. When that water hits delicate electronics like the airbag sensor, it can cause a short, which in turn can trigger the airbag warning light — or cause the driver’s side airbag to deploy.”
There have been three injuries and 35 warning lights have been reported.
Almost every parent knows they are supposed to use a car seat.
Unfortunately, according to this New York Times article, almost every parent isn’t installing the car seat correctly, which greatly decreases it’s effectiveness. In fact, about 75 percent of parents aren’t installing them correctly.
“About three of every four car seats are installed improperly, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In some communities that lack safety checks or education programs, the figure is even higher.
“Automobile crashes remain the leading cause of death for children 13 and younger, according to federal regulators. A large number of the fatalities involve children in car seats.”
The issue isn’t simple between differences in cars and differences in car seats, so naturally parents get confused. There are many community programs to help parents ensure car seats are installed properly, but most of checking falls on local fire and police departments.
Be sure your child’s car seat is installed properly; visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website or even stop by your local fire or police department.
This is a scary article about how Toyota is recalling RAV4 SUVs from the 2006-2011 model years…for a problem it thought it had fixed.
The recall effects more than 700,000 vehicles and involves the rear suspension arm.
Three crashes and several injuries have been reported since the initial recall, including a scary incident detailed in the article linked above where the driver lost complete control of the vehicle and crossed over the median and was “lucky to be alive.”
All owners should receive a letter in the mail.
Toyota announced that is recalling more than 10,000 Toyota Camry sedans, Avalon, and Corollas from the 2013 and 2014 model years.
The recall is due to faulty wiring that could cause windshield wipers to quit working.
No injuries or accidents have been reported.