Some problems with the Honda Crosstour include premature brake wearing and uncomfortable seating, according to Car Complaints. Other problems include uncomfortable head restraints and poor suspension handling.
The 2015 Crosstour is built with several improvements from the previous model, including 10 additional cubic feet of room in the back seat when the rear seats are up. The vehicle is made with a higher stance for easier usability, allowing drivers to access the cargo space more easily and quickly. The 2015 Crosstour has an all-wheel drive function that provides users with additional safety on the road, as the additional wheel control provides necessary traction during difficult drives in inclement weather.
The 2015 Honda Crosstour also provides customers with two engine options, including a 2.4-liter four-cylinder option and a 3.5-liter V6 rated option. The 2015 Honda Crosstour optimized on previous safety features, including improving the front seat head-restraints, the disc brakes, and providing users with additional stability and traction control. Every version of the Crosstour comes with a rearview camera to assist during driving and backing up out of parking, and some models also feature a blind-spot monitoring system. The vehicle has a roomy cabin, and it is designed to be more comfortable for both drivers and passengers.