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Most Reliable 2013 Crossovers and SUVs

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Most Reliable 2013 Crossovers and SUVs
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The crossover and SUV segment is one of industry’s fastest growing, and if you’re in the market for one, chances are you’ll want to know which ones are the most reliable out there. J.D. Power has compiled data collected from surveying thousands of vehicle owners to determine this year’s list of most reliable new crossovers… Continue Reading...

Chevy Corvette Convertible, Porsche Boxster, Lexus LS Top 2013 Total Quality Vehicles

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Chevy Corvette Convertible, Porsche Boxster, Lexus LS Top 2013 Total Quality Vehicles
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Strategic Vision has announced the winners of its 2013 Total Quality Index (TQI), with American automakers reinstating their position in some very competitive segments. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Cheapest Coupes

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Top 10 Cheapest Coupes
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Lets face it, two-doors cars are more fun and better looking than sedans. But you don’t have to break the bank to drive around in a stylish coupe. We have a list of the top 10 most affordable two-doors, starting at just under $26,000. We had to draw the line and not include any hatchbacks,… Continue Reading...

2013 Honda Accord Marks Debut of New HondaLink Infotainment System

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2013 Honda Accord Marks Debut of New HondaLink Infotainment System
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  Honda detailed its new HondaLink infotainment strategy today, a new feature that will debut this fall in Honda vehicles, starting with the 2013 Accord. Continue Reading...

2013 Honda Crosstour Debuts: 2012 New York Auto Show

2013 Honda Crosstour Debuts: 2012 New York Auto Show
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Despite questionable sales and previously poor customer reception Honda unveiled a re-thought and re-designed Crosstour today at the New York Auto Show. As part of its strategy to sugar-coat what has otherwise seemed to be a bitter pill to most American consumers, the 2013 Crosstour has sharper  lines, improved engines across the board and a… Continue Reading...

2013 Honda Crosstour Concept Announced: 2012 New York Auto Show Preview

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2013 Honda Crosstour Concept Announced: 2012 New York Auto Show Preview
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With a less-than-impressive track record and generally poor customer reception, it’s remarkable that Honda continues to work on making the Crosstour a palatable vehicle.  Nonetheless, the Japanese automaker is soldiering on, most recently announcing today that it will debut the 2013 Crosstour concept at the upcoming New York Auto Show. It’s been a sad tale… Continue Reading...

Honda Accord, Crosstour Recalled for Side Air Bag That Doesn’t Deploy

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Honda Accord, Crosstour Recalled for Side Air Bag That Doesn’t Deploy
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Honda has recalled 347 Accords and Crosstours citing the possibility of a side curtain airbag failure. In the event of a collision the side curtain airbags may fail to deploy, putting the vehicle occupants at higher risk of injury. Customers can bring their 2012 Accords and Crosstours into any Honda dealership and have their side… Continue Reading...

2012 Honda Crosstour Pricing Announced

2012 Honda Crosstour Pricing Announced
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Pricing details are now available for the rethought 2012 Honda Crosstour featuring a more cost-minded four-cylinder engine. The 2012 Crosstour will start at $27,655 and go all the way up to $36,540 for the four-wheel drive version with navigation. At the base price, you get a 192-horsepower engine that squeaks out an extra three miles-per-gallon in the… Continue Reading...

Lojack Shares Stories On Some 2011 Car Thefts They Helped Stop

Lojack Shares Stories On Some 2011 Car Thefts They Helped Stop
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Often times we only hear the bad side of the story: cars getting stolen, thieves running off with your precious property, etc. But sometimes it’s nice to hear that there’s a happy ending to some of thefts thanks to Lojack. Lojack helps retrieve countless vehicles a year, but some of the incidents are more peculiar… Continue Reading...

2012 Honda Crosstour 4-Cylinder Announced

2012 Honda Crosstour 4-Cylinder Announced
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The Honda Crosstour struggled to take hold in North America since its 2010 release. It could be partially due to the original marketing as a version of the Accord, or maybe that people just don’t like it. One way or another, Honda refuses to give up with its CUV attempt. The company announced today that… Continue Reading...

Honda Crosstour Sales Disappoint CEO

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Honda Crosstour Sales Disappoint CEO
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The Honda Crosstour (pictured above) is seeing lackluster sales and disappointing American Honda president and CEO Tetsuo Iwamura. Iwamura said in a roundtable event related to the Tokyo Auto Show with journalists that it was a bad idea to originally bill the car as the Accord Crosstour because it made the CUV less individual. Sales are down… Continue Reading...

Honda Accord Crosstour to Get 4-Cylinder Base Engine

Honda Accord Crosstour to Get 4-Cylinder Base Engine
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Another source reported that the four-banger powered Crosstour will probably come in front-drive form only (at least initially) and restricted to more basic trim levels (possibly DX, LX and EX) as well as a corresponding lower MSRP to help bolster sales. Continue Reading...

Honda Odyssey Selling Well, Crosstour, CR-Z, Insight Moving Slowly

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Honda Odyssey Selling Well, Crosstour, CR-Z, Insight Moving Slowly
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It doesn’t take a genius to know that Honda‘s Odyssey is destined to be a brisk seller. As the undisputed king of the minivan segment, the Odyssey is still popular even with an onslaught of new competitors from Chrysler, Dodge, Kia and Toyota. The rest of the lineup isn’t so hot. The Insight is being… Continue Reading...

Honda To Recall Accord Crosstour Over Faulty Airbag

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Honda To Recall Accord Crosstour Over Faulty Airbag
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Honda will recall 3,340 Accord Crosstour models over a fault passenger airbag, including 700 units in Canada. The recall is said to have stemmed from the airbag not meeting safety requirements when tested with an unbelted crash test dummy the size of a child. Honda has advised parents to refrain from putting children under 12… Continue Reading...

Five of 12 Midsize SUVs Don’t Make The IIHS Roof Rollover Grade

Five of 12 Midsize SUVs Don’t Make The IIHS Roof Rollover Grade
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Sometimes, okay just doesn’t cut it. Like when it comes to how well the roof of your midsize SUV holds up in a rollover. New results from the first roof strength tests on midsize SUVs conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) show that automakers still need to make improvements to these types… Continue Reading...

Toyota, Chevrolet, Jeep and Kia Drive Off With IIHS Top Safety Pick Awards

Toyota, Chevrolet, Jeep and Kia Drive Off With IIHS Top Safety Pick Awards
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The results are in and a host of new SUVs have made the cut. Joining the list for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick Award recipients are the 2010 Chevrolet Equinox, the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, the 2011 Kia Sorento, and the 2010 Toyota Highlander and Venza. It takes a sturdy… Continue Reading...

2011 Honda Accord CrossTour to Get Improved Fuel Economy

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2011 Honda Accord CrossTour to Get Improved Fuel Economy
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When we reviewed Honda‘s new Accord Crosstour model, one of our few gripes was in the fuel economy department. Rated at 18/27 mpg (FWD), its not bad, but the lack of a six-speed transmission makes getting the most out of each gallon a bit hard.  Honda appears to be ready to announce the addition of… Continue Reading...

Report: Honda Releases New Images of 2010 Accord Crosstour

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Report: Honda Releases New Images of 2010 Accord Crosstour
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Honda is trying hard to promote its new 2010 Accord Crosstour… too hard. The Japanese automaker decided to introduce the world to its new Accord-based crossover via Facebook, where through a free and democratic process people decided it was ugly. And because it is Facebook, people didn’t hold back on their comments. Then what became… Continue Reading...
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