2014 Honda CrossTour: Honda of Pasadena

Honda Crosstour Offers Versatility, Performance and Features

On September 25, 2013, Honda announced the release of the 2014 Honda Crosstour. Honda of Pasadena is excited to show the 2014 model and its  refresh look to last year’s model. The 2014 Crosstour offers many standard and available options with two different engines and three trim levels. Like all Hondas, the Crosstour offers Honda’s advanced safety features and premium materials at a budget-friendly price.2014 Honda CrossTour Pasadena

The Entry-Level 2014 Crosstour EX

The entry level Crosstour EX, which features two-wheel-drive, a four-cylinder engine, and cloth interior, begins at an MSRP of $27,380. Buyers also may select an EX with the six-cylinder engine that produces 278-horsepower.

Buyers in Pasadena and other areas looking at crossover vehicles will find many standard features on the base model of the Honda Crosstour. The EX trim level features USB audio interface, MP3 player support, and a one-touch moonroof.

Like all Honda’s, the Crosstour is equipped with a number of features that keep you and your passengers safe under a variety of road conditions. Antilock brakes and Vehicle Stability Assist with Traction Control are standard on all trim levels. The standard back-up camera with guidelines increase visibility. The tire-pressure monitor will alert you to a slow leak or flate tire.

Upgrade to the EX-L or EX-L V6

For car buyers interested in a luxury crossover, the Honda Crosstour offers many upgrades. The EX-L trim levels include:

  • Leather-trimmed and heated seats

  • Pandora

  • XM radio support

  • SMS text messaging

  • Bluetooth

  • Fog lights

Buyers can add the optional navigation system with HondaLink on both the two-wheel drive and four-wheel-drive EX-L models.

The EX-L models also include many of the high tech safety features that buyers are looking for when shopping for a vehicle. The Crosstour includes the forward collision warning system, which uses an audio alert to warn drivers of an impending collision. The lane departure warning system alerts the driver to sudden lane changes. LaneWatch will alert drivers to the presence of a vehicle in the car’s blind spots. The EX-L models start at an MSRP of $31,065. A fully loaded EX-L starts at $37,240.

Honda of Pasadena
1965 Foothill Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91107