Honda Crosstour – a car with convenience

2013 Honda Crosstour cargo space
The Crosstour is one versatile car.

Honda Crosstour Cargo Space

The Honda Crosstour has always been an interesting vehicle in the market. In fact, maybe unique would be the better word. Because of this, it is often chosen by a select group of individuals in the market. But what makes the Crosstour such an intriguing pick for many consumers? A big part might be the Honda Crosstour cargo space. With its sloping rear hatch design, the Crosstour is capable of carrying more cargo than many other vehicles of similar size.

Let’s take a closer look at the Honda Crosstour cargo space to really evaluate it. With all seats in place, you can open up the rear hatch of the Crosstour and take advantage of 25.7 cubic feet of cargo capacity. But if you need a little more room, this is no trouble either. By folding the rear seats down, the cargo capacity on the Crosstour expands to an impressive 51.3 cubic feet.

Being that the rear seats are 60/40 split-folding, the cargo space transformation is made easily with the Crosstour. This is very attractive to consumers, as the less time it takes to actually get the cargo room, the better.

2013 Honda Crosstour
The Crosstour also has style.

But the Honda Crosstour cargo space doesn’t end there. Underneath the cargo floor, the Crosstour has a convenient versatility box that can stow even more materials – and it’s even waterproof. Maybe best of all, this box is also removable, making it even more ideal for consumers to take advantage of.

All in all, the Crosstour is a very versatile vehicle in the market. And it provides the convenience factor not otherwise seen in the small to midsize vehicle segment.

Check out the Honda Crosstour in person at Benson Honda – or set up a test drive in San Antonio to experience the entire feel of the car.

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