2022 Honda Crosstour Rumored Again! Really?

2021 Honda Crosstour Redesign

In terms of base design characteristics, it looks like the 2021 Honda Crosstour will stick to a familiar approach. This means it would come as a typical crossover wagon, designed to compete with Subaru Outback. As you may presume, the Accord would once again serve as a platform. The two models would share the platform and wheelbase, which goes a little bit over 111 inches.

While most of the mechanics are about to remain the same, the 2021 Honda Crosstour would come with a different body style. Of course, we would see a typical station wagon layout, which would provide significantly more cargo space. Also, we would see a completely different suspension setup, with significantly higher ground clearance. Obviously, this is the thing that would make 2021 Honda Crosstour a crossover. On the other side, the front end would remain pretty much the same, though we could see slightly different bumper design.


When it comes to interior design, we don’t expect that Honda engineers would bother too much with this aspect of the car. Simply, the current Accord features a well-designed cabin, so there is no doubt that the 2021 Honda Crosstour would feature the same or almost the same layout. This includes the same dashboard design, which comes with very fine materials and excellent fit and finish.

This also means pretty much the same amount of legroom in both rows, which is more than sufficient at the moment. Due to a station wagon layout, we count on more headroom in the second row. More importantly, we count on significant improvements in terms of cargo space. The exact numbers are still unavailable but we presume Honda engineers try to beat Outback’s ratings. This would mean more than 32.5 cubic feet behind the second row and 75.7 cubic feet of the overall cargo volume.


New Technology Inside

Honda didn’t release any information on how the new 2022 Honda Crosstour might look inside. Judging from some early reports, the upcoming SUV might borrow plenty of cues from the popular CR-V model. That means we should expect a comfortable cabin that can host five passengers in two rows.

However, the upcoming Crosstour will be definitively longer and wider than the CR-V, resulting in more space inside. Since the Japanese manufacturer is putting more and more premium amenities and tech in nowadays models, we wouldn’t be surprised to see Crosstour to featuring many of them.


We should expect Honda Crosstour to come with the latest Honda sensing suite, including many new technologies. If you did know, this package consists a Collision Mitigation Braking System, Road Departure Mitigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keeping Assist System, Blind Spot system, and much more.

Release Date and Cost

The comeback of 2022 Honda Crosstour will happen soon or later. Most likely, the Crosstour model will arrive in the market sometime in the third quarter of the next year. When it comes to the price, further details have been tightly guarded by Honda.

However, if the latest report is accurate, the base model will cost around $30,000. Rivals in the same segment are Subaru Outback and the upcoming Toyota Venza.

2021 Honda Crosstour Safety

Another aspect where we expect a lot from the new 2021 Honda Crosstour is safety. This particularly refers to safety features, where Honda has always been one of the industry leaders. We presume that the list won’t be much different compared to the one that can be found in the current Accord. This would mean standard features like a rearview camera, automatic high beams, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, lane departure warning, traffic sign recognition, and a road departure mitigation system. Additionally, there are goodies like blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert, as well as a head-up display.

Interior Appearance

When it comes to interior design, the new 2022 Honda Crosstour will be modern and stylish. This model is about to feature the same cabin layout as the popular Accord sedan. Moreover, the list of standard features should be very similar as well.

Thanks primarily to its wagon body/crossover design, the new model will provide much more space than before. Also, various reports suggest a new dashboard, plenty of upscale materials, and better safety.

What can we expect from a future model?

There’s really no telling what Honda might reveal with a new Crosstour model. Basic safety features have made serious progress since 2015. Infotainment has experienced so much change –Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, for example.

What was once state-of-the-art is now standard on most vehicles. No matter what, if a new Honda Crosstour ever enters the scene, we are sure to see some major upgrades. In any coming models of the Crosstour, Honda is sure to deliver.

After the recent influx of innovation in the auto industry, the possibilities are limitless. The all-new Honda Accord Crosstour could be anything. Or it may never come to fruition. Only time will tell.


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