Used Truck - 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour EX-L in Tampa, Fl

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    About This 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour EX-L
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    Accord Crosstour
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    6 Cylinder
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    Combined MPG: 21
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $112.50*
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    2 YEARS FREE MAINTENANCE & GUARANTEED FINANCING with bluetooth, heated seats, Wood dash board, Cruise control, CD Player/mp3/Radio, Aux Connection, Power locks, Cold A/C, clean interior. This 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour EX-L Black with Black Leather interior.***************************************************************************************************Our ASE master certified technicians have thoroughly inspected this vehicle inside and out and it is up to our exacting standards. You will find that all we sell at Car Credit are RELIABLE, CLEAN pre-owned vehicles at affordable prices. Check out our incredible Google reviews to read some of the wonderful things our customers had to say about their experience with us. ***************************************************************************************************NEED FINANCING? At Car Credit, THE PAST IS THE PAST! We look at who you are today, and our main goal is to work with you and your budget. We offer you hundreds of cars to choose from and FLEXIBLE DOWN PAYMENTS. We can help even if you do not have a Florida Drivers License. Call us toll free from anywhere in the USA at 844-469-7728.***************************************************************************************************Car Credit is centrally located and easy to drive to from anywhere in Florida. We can be quickly accessed right off of I-4 or I-275. We cant wait to meet you. ***************************************************************************************************OUT OF THE AREA? We are minutes from the Tampa airport and can arrange to meet you for free at the Blue or Red terminals. We can also provide you with a free shipping quote to any location. Call us @ 844-469-7728 to let us help you with the details.

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    Vehicle Options:

    • Engine Cylinder Deactivation
    • Memorized Settings Includes Driver Seat
    • Memorized Settings Number Of Drivers: 2
    • Stability Control
    • Security Remote Anti-theft Alarm System
    • Phone Wireless Data Link Bluetooth
    • Memorized Settings Includes Exterior Mirrors
    • Airbags - Front - Dual
    • Airbags - Passenger - Occupant Sensing Deactivation
    • Airbags - Front - Side
    • Airbags - Front - Side Curtain
    • Air Conditioning - Front - Dual Zones
    • Air Conditioning - Front - Automatic Climate Control
    • Air Conditioning - Air Filtration
    • Airbags - Side-curtain Rollover Sensor
    • Airbags - Rear - Side Curtain
    • Reading Lights Rear
    • Braking Assist
    • Child Seat Anchors Latch System
    • Reading Lights Front
    • Child Safety Locks
    • Abs Brakes (4-wheel)
    • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
    • Cruise Control
    • Driver Seat Heated
    • Center Console Front Console With Armrest And Storage
    • Steering Wheel Mounted Controls Cruise Controls
    • Universal Garage Door Opener Homelink
    • Power Steering
    • Multi-function Remote Controls Fuel Filler
    • Driver Seat Adjustable Lumbar Support: Power
    • Driver Seat Power Adjustments: 10
    • Multi-function Remote Keyless Entry
    • Drivetrain 4wd Type: On Demand
    • Doors Liftgate Window: Fixed
    • Storage Cargo Tie-down Anchors And Hooks
    • Power Outlet(s) Three 12v
    • Doors Rear Door Type: Liftgate
    • Overhead Console
    • Driver Seat Power Adjustments: Recline
    • Driver Seat Active Head Restraint
    • Passenger Seat Power Adjustments: 4
    • Rear Seats Flat Folding
    • Seats Leather Upholstery
    • External Temperature Display
    • Exterior Mirrors Reverse Gear Tilt
    • Warnings And Reminders Low Fuel Level
    • Headlights Auto Delay Off
    • Moonroof Sliding Sunshade
    • Rear Seats Split Folding
    • Mirror Color Body-color
    • Power Door Locks
    • Exterior Mirrors Power
    • Front Suspension Type: Double Wishbones
    • Trip Computer
    • Moonroof Tilt
    • Security Engine Immobilizer
    • Moonroof One-touch Open/close
    • Front Suspension Classification: Independent
    • Impact Absorbing Bumpers
    • Vanity Mirrors Dual Illuminating
    • Traction Control
    • Passenger Seat Heated
    • Headlights Dusk Sensing
    • Rear Bumper Color Body-color
    • Body Side Reinforcements Side Impact Door Beams
    • One-touch Windows: 2
    • Inside Rearview Mirror Auto-dimming
    • Rear Seats 60-40 Split Bench
    • Moonroof Power Glass
    • Front Suspension Type: Strut
    • Exterior Mirrors Manual Folding
    • Warnings And Reminders Low Oil Level
    • Tachometer
    • Seatbelts Seatbelt Pretensioners: Front
    • Front Fog Lights
    • Moonroof Remote Operation
    • Seatbelts Rear Center Seatbelt: 3-point
    • Warnings And Reminders Maintenance Reminder
    • Rear Seats Rear Heat: Rear Ventilation Ducts With Fan Control
    • Seats Front Seat Type: Bucket
    • Daytime Running Lights
    • Front Headrests Adjustable
    • Exterior Mirrors Heated
    • Suspension Rear Gas Shock Absorbers
    • Suspension Rear Coil Springs
    • Suspension Front Spring Type: Coil Springs
    • Windows Privacy Glass
    • Windows Front Wipers: Variable Intermittent
    • Suspension Stabilizer Bar(s): Front
    • Suspension Stabilizer Bar(s): Rear
    • Power Windows: Remote Operation
    • Windows Rear Wiper: Intermittent
    • Windows Rear Wiper With Washer
    • Suspension Front Shock Type: Gas Shock Absorbers
    • Windows Rear Defogger

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    2010 Honda Accord Crosstour Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2010 Honda Accord Crosstour
    Solid mid-size sedans and coupes.


    The Honda Accord comes in sedan and coupe versions. Either way, the Accord is big on efficiency, be it getting the most power and range from a gallon of gas with the least emissions, making the largest interior available given the exterior space it takes up, or providing the smoothest, quietest ride possible with the lightest weight. Whether moving four people comfortably or enjoying the long way home, the Accord is up to the task.


    The Accord was completely redesigned for 2008, when it grew in exterior dimensions and interior roominess, safety, and value. The two model years since have brought little change.


    For 2010, all Accord models with leather interiors come with a Bluetooth hands-free phone link. Sedans with EX trim and above add rear seat ventilation ducts, and climate controls on all models have new colors and graphics for easier identification.


    The Accord is available with a choice of four-cylinder and V6 engines, manual or automatic transmission, and essentially four trim levels.


    The Honda Accord sedan competes primarily against the Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima, Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, Mazda 6, and Chevrolet Malibu.


    The stylish, two-door Coupe is available with a six-speed manual and V6, the only Accord with that combination, and it comes with larger anti-roll bars and low-profile 18-inch tires and wheels. The Accord Coupe competes directly with the Nissan Altima coupe.


    The 2010 Honda Accord is offered in coupe and sedan forms, with three engine choices.


    Accord LX sedans are equipped with a 177-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. The LX Sedan ($21,055) comes standard with cloth upholstery, air conditioning, power mirrors and door locks, power windows, variable intermittent wipers, tilt-and-telescoping steering column and illuminated wheel-mounted controls, folding rear seats, and an MP3/WMA/auxiliary-input 160-watt sound system. Wheels are 16-inch steel with P215/60HR16 tires. The LX-P Sedan ($22,055) is an LX with a premium package that adds alloy wheels, a power driver's seat, illuminated power window switches and express up/down for the front passenger’s window, security system, and a chrome tailpipe. Both LX models come with a choice of five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission ($800).


    The Accord EX Sedan ($23,830), EX Coupe ($23,880) and LX-S Coupe ($22,555) get a higher-revving, 190-horsepower version of the 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. They also come with five-speed manual or automatic transmission ($800). All three add an in-dash CD changer, an information screen controlled by a selector knob, and 17-inch alloy wheels with P225/50 all-season tires; while the two EX models also benefit from a power moonroof, heated mirrors, and premium interior accents. To this the EX Coupe adds a 270-watt stereo, and the EX Sedan adds driver power lumbar adjustment and new-for-2010 rear-seat ventilation ducts,


    The EX Sedan is also available with a 271 horsepower 3.5-liter V6 and five-speed automatic ($26,805). Along with the V6 engine, you get fog lights, chrome door handles, and dual exhausts.


    EX-L stands for leather on the seats and steering wheel. The four-cylinder EX-L Sedan ($26,030) and EX-L Coupe ($26,080) also come with dual-zone automatic climate control, the 270-watt sound system, XM Satellite Radio, Bluetooth with steering-wheel mounted controls (new for 2010), heated front seats, compass and exterior temperature indicator, automatic on/off headlights and, for the sedan, an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The EX-L V6 Sedan ($29,105) adds a four-way power adjustment for the front passenger seat and Homelink universal remote. The EX-L V6 Coupe ($29,305) offers a choice of six-speed manual or five speed automatic transmission for the same price. It comes with most of the same amenities as the EX-L V6 sedan, and adds 18-inch alloy wheels with 235/45VR18 tires and a rear decklid spoiler.


    An optional navigation system features voice-activation and steering wheel controls. Accords with this package are priced as separate models of the EX-L Sedan ($28,030), EX-L Coupe ($28,080), EX-L V6 Sedan ($31,105), and EX-L V6 Coupe ($31,305).


    Safety equipment is standard, with six airbags, including two-stage front airbags, dual-chamber front side airbags, side curtain airbags; active front head restraints, electronic stability control, antilock brakes with electronic brake distribution and brake assist, and tire pressure monitors.


    The Honda Accord features contemporary yet conservative design highlighted by a strong character line that slopes down and forward like that of the Acura TL. Last redesigned for 2008, the current Accord features narrow windshield pillars and a low cowl for good forward visibility, Honda hallmarks. The rear door pillars share the kink popularized decades ago by BMW and becoming ever more frequent.


    While the driver can see the hood and the top of the fenders where they meet the hood, the edges are not so visible; the swept-back light housings minimize protruding corners and ease maneuverability, but exercise caution until you're certain where they are. Many modern design elements are the result of auto/pedestrian collision standards. The wiper arm mounts are designed to break away when hit, for example.


    Forward lights are aptly described as hawk-like and look fiercer on coupes because they use projector headlamps as opposed to the conventional reflector design on the sedans; V6 models include fog lamps. At the rear the lamp elements appear cut off at the style line rather than extending up to the top trunk seam. This contributes a sense of heaviness and more closely mirrors the rounded rear end styling of the Acura RL rather than the taut crispness of the TL.


    The current Accord sedan is larger than any before, and although it competes in the mid-size market segment it is by EPA interpretation a large car. It is about five inches longer than primary competitor Camry, and more than three inches longer that the Nissan Altima and Maxima.


    The Coupe, on the other hand, won't be confused with a large car. Virtually every exterior dimension save width is 2-4 inches smaller than that of the sedan. The Coupe is sleeker yet still fits the Accord mold. All Coupes use projector headlights, body-color rocker panels and add a passenger side easy-entry feature for rear seat access.


    Honda owners will feel right at home in the Accord, one reason repeat buyers account for a good chunk of sales. It is light and airy, spacious, with thoughtful layout and plenty of elbow room. Everything you touch feels right for the price, everything you need seems to be here, and everyone on board should be comfortable.


    Accord LX models provide pleasing design and materials and a variety of storage areas for modern conveniences and old-fashioned vices. Stepping up to an Accord EX-L with leather adds features, but the basics like seat design and driver ergonomics are shared by all models.


    The tilt-and-telescoping steering column provides a good range of adjustment to complement the adjustable driver’s seat, so all the masses can find a good driving position. There's a clear view of what’s all around outside, and of the instrument panel with its proven dial-and-needle gauges. The information display or navigation screen is inset under a shade at the same height as the gauges, so glare is controlled, and the screen can be viewed with polarized glasses.


    Accord EX-L models come with leather on the seats, steering wheel, manual shifter and door panels. The EX-L leather appears of high quality and assembly as does the rest of the car. The driver's seat has multiple power adjustments and good support for the long haul or around-town errands.


    Our only complaints with the cabin were minor: The lumbar support on all front seats (regardless of power or upholstery) is stout and we occasionally wished for less of it; and the front seats have lots of room around them causing some slender pilots to say the door was too far away for a comfortable armrest or leg brace. The width of the Accord translates directly into a wide cabin, especially in front. The center armrest was designed to be big enough for two adults to share without awkward glances.


    Rear-seat passengers will have few complaints as few do in large cars. Seat cushions and backrest carry right out to the door without wheelwell intrusion, offer space for a six-footer to sit comfortably behind another one, and easy entry and egress. The center seat is better padded than many, and as such it loses a bit of headroom to the outer seats. There are no rear reading lamps.


    Three interior colors are offered on the sedans, black, gray, and ivory, while the coupe goes black or ivory only. Although it may show dirt more, the ivory includes wood-look accents where the other colors make do with silver trim pieces, so the ivory interior comes across as more elegant.


    Accord Coupe models make use of the larger door panels by adding a return sweep and pull handle to the armrest trim.


    Controls for lights and wipers are on stalks. Honda's graphics for the variable intermittent wipers are among the simplest: Rather than bars, lines or dots of differing size, the Accord uses one raindrop for long interval and three raindrops for more frequent wiping. The shifter is right at hand, and the proper handbrake has short travel.


    Controls for sound, climate, and navigation are central below the navigation screen and vents. On lower-line models, the big round knob controls volume; on others it is the interface through which you work various menus. Even on fully equipped cars with navigation, the layout is less daunting than the number of buttons first suggests. One row of switches controls audio input (AM, XM, CD, etc.) and another row has six audio presets. Climate controls are to the sides, so you needn't wait to approve the legal disclaimer on the screen before you can ask for heat or air conditioning in extreme weather. For 2010 the climate controls are a lighter gray than the audio controls, which should make finding them even easier; while some of the graphics have been simplified and/or enhanced. As before, voice activation can handle a multitude of chores without a hand ever leaving the steering wheel.


    All Accords except the LX sedan include active noise cancellation, but we were hard-pressed to notice the difference between LX and EX. Vibration and engine buzz are kept to a minimum on the four-cylinder engine and are negligible on V6, so all Accords come across as very quiet; with everything off and the windows and roof closed, tire and road noise come in first, but it's never anything more than background. Bottom line: The Accord is smooth and quiet with or without noise cancellation technology.


    Trunk space in the sedan is 14 cubic feet in a fairly useful shape, and the contents need not be heaved waist-high to load in. The rear seatbacks fold for more room. A lock is provided on the pass-through behind the armrest on some models. The DVD-drive on the upper edge of the trunk is somewhat protected by a stout steel band.


    Driving Impression
    The Honda Accord is an easy drive with good manners regardless of model, engine or transmission. It comes across as firmer than most Camry models but smoother and softer than the Altima.


    The Accord LX 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine matches Nissan's 2.5-liter for horsepower, if not torque, with a bit less fuss or raucousness. Compared to the Camry’s four-cylinder, the Honda delivers a bit more power and (again) a bit less torque. Since the Accord isn't too heavy, its 177 horsepower is plenty to keep up with the Joneses, whether you choose the manual or automatic. Every Accord compares well against competitors in terms of mileage and emissions, and runs on regular unleaded.


    Accord EX models get the same basic 2.4-liter engine with some minor changes and a higher rev limit to bring 190 horsepower, clearly besting the competition (VW's 200-horsepoer Passat 2-liter turbo is the exception) with no degradation in economy or emissions. With the automatic this engine delivers instant downshifts and response for passing, and upshifts at full-throttle well before redline. The console-mounted shifter has no manual mode, and the detent between Drive and D3 is soft, so we found ourselves checking the dash indicator to make sure we had selected the most economical choice.


    The five-speed manual has low clutch effort with smooth engagement, and the shifter offers good action if not the short, crisp movement of the Civic Si. But the manual allows you to get the most out of the engine, which cleanly revs happily right past the marked redline. That lets a 177-horsepower 2.4 manual keep up with a 190-horsepower 2.4 automatic. Of course, the 190-horsepower 2.4-liter and five-speed manual are the most entertaining of the four-cylinder models and will appeal to that segment of the Accord audience that enjoys driving and believes shifting is done with hands and feet, not thumbs.


    If you don't know whether to choose the 177-horsepower or 190-horsepower version (setting aside trim considerations) ask yourself how often you floor the throttle and run your engine to redline: If the answer lies between never and seldom, then the 177-horsepower will prove quite satisfactory.


    In terms of fuel economy, all Accords with four-cylinder engines are EPA-rated 22/31 mpg City/Highway with the manual, 21/31 mpg with the automatic. V6 sedans are rated 19/29 mpg. V6 coupes are rated 19/28 mpg with automatic, 17/25 mpg with the six-speed manual.


    The 3.5-liter V6 is rated 271 horsepower and 254 pounds-feet of torque. That’s more horsepower than not only the Camry V6, but also the Altima's Z-car-based engine (if only by a nose). The Honda V6 is smooth and quieter than the Altima's, more than adequate for any purpose, and uses the latest version of Honda's Variable Cylinder Management (VCM).


    Like GM and Chrysler systems designed to save gas on big V8s, VCM changes the number of engine cylinders working at any given time and load to save fuel. The previous example switched off three cylinders (half the V6) when they weren't needed, but this new one changes between six, four, and three cylinders for more fuel-stretching choices. The system is completely automatic and unknown to the driver except for two things: The Eco light illuminates on the dash when the system is on, and there's a slight hunting sensation as it switches back-and-forth between four and three cylinders at certain speeds. But you'll need to be paying attention to notice that.


    Coupes with the 190-horsepower four-cylinder manual or automatic or the VCM V6 automatic use the same powertrain setups as the sedans. However, the V6 used in the coupe with the manual six-speed transmission is a different engine. While size and output are the roughly the same (it is rated 271 horsepower and 251 pound-feet), it uses a different intake system for stronger midrange and no VCM because its intended buyer isn't springing for the sportiest model to save gas by letting pistons coast along for the ride.


    The softest-riding model is the Accord LX by virtue of 16-inch tires with a larger sidewall, and the mildest suspension calibration. It's also the lightest and best balanced model. Not as mellow as the Camry but gentler than much of the competition, the Accord LX handles bad roads with aplomb and basically goes where it's pointed. Electronic stability control will help get it back in line if you point it wrong. The Accord LX stays relatively flat in the corners, doesn't nosedive under braking, and makes stable transitions working down a winding road or through city clutter. Steering is light, direct, and makes quick work of a U-turn, though there isn't as much feedback about how hard the front tires are working as some Camrys and all Altima models offer.


    Accord EX models receive very slightly firmer suspension calibrations, but most of what you'll notice comes from the lower profile tires on 17-inch wheels: lane divider dots, expansion joints, bridge seams, manhole covers and so on. Apart from slightly quicker response to steering and braking, the EX is essentially the same easy-going Accord. Trips of any duration are accommodated comfortably, with a nice compromise between the isolated, creamy Camry and the adrenaline-induced Altima. Enthusiasts could live happily with an Accord sedan serving as a spouse's daily commuter, or they could opt for a V6 manual coupe.


    In general the coupe models trade a smidge of ride comfort for greater handling precision and grip. Most of the change comes from larger anti-roll bars and lower weight since tire choices mirror sedans.


    The closest successor to Acura's defunct CL Type-S coupe, the Accord Coupe with a V6 and manual gearbox has a character all its own. The engine snarls and growls under a heavy foot, the shifter and clutch have more weight behind them, and the 235/45VR18 wheel and tire package adds another level to crispness and grip.


    The Honda Accord is easy to operate, well-engineered and well-mannered. It's a great midsize sedan and it's also available as a stylish, trouble-free coupe.


    NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent G.R. Whale filed this report from Santa Monica, California.


    Model Lineup
    Honda Accord LX Sedan ($21,055); LX-P Sedan ($22,055); LX-S Coupe ($22,555); EX Sedan ($23,830); EX Coupe ($23,880); EX-L Sedan ($26,030); EX-L Coupe ($26,080); EX V6 Sedan ($26,805); EX-L V6 Sedan ($29,105); EX-L V6 Coupe ($29,305).


    Assembled In
    Marysville, Ohio; Sayama, Japan.


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    Model Tested
    Honda Accord EX-L Sedan with navigation ($28,030).The Honda Accord Crosstour combines sedan and SUV attributes resulting in a versatile Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV). This strikingly unique vehicle features four doors and a rear liftgate that opens to an expansive cargo area. Fold-down rear seats allow for even greater cargo carrying capacity. The Crosstour is available in EX or EX-L trims, with front-wheel drive, or Real Time four-wheel drive. A 271-hp, 3.5-liter, i-VTEC V-6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management sends power through a 5-speed automatic transmission that features automatic rev-matching when downshifting. Stability Assist, side curtain airbags, anti-lock brakes with brake assist, and active front seat head restraints are just some of the safety technology incorporated into this vehicle. The interior features dual-zone air conditioning, auto up and down front windows, a power glass moonroof and a 360-watt, six-disc audio system with seven speakers. Exterior features include; 17" alloy wheels, fog lights, chrome door handles, projector beam headlights and rear privacy glass. The top of the range EX-L upgrades to leather seating, 18" wheels, fully automatic headlight control, memory driver seat, cargo cover, Homelink, USB interface and much more. The Accord Crosstour is all new for 2010.

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