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I just checked the Honda website, and the 2011 Crosstour is now there. Download the 2011 brochure and it looks like they just slapped "2011" on the cover and reused the 2010 one. The car is identical, too, with no changes. Talk about an unceremonious announcement!
 

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I heard that vibration is an option this year, i.e., the '10's came standard with it. (Sorry, couldn't resist)
 

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I'm glad there aren't any real changes... It's not like I can go for a quick exchange lol
 

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I heard that vibration is an option this year, i.e., the '10's came standard with it. (Sorry, couldn't resist)
Oh, yeah, I forgot, there are two new model designations for '11: EXV and EXV-L...:D
 

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Actually, there was one "major" change: They moved the A/C and Recirc buttons from the right side of the stack to the left side, and the front and rear defrost buttons to the right. You can see this if you go to the Honda website and look at ("download") the brochure on screen. Zoom in, and there it is...big whoop, huh?
 

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Actually, there was one "major" change: They moved the A/C and Recirc buttons from the right side of the stack to the left side, and the front and rear defrost buttons to the right. You can see this if you go to the Honda website and look at ("download") the brochure on screen. Zoom in, and there it is...big whoop, huh?
I thought that the move of the AC and Recirc buttons to the right side was actually the update for the 2010 Accord and the Crosstour carried it over.

I can't remember where I read this though.

If you ask me, it makes sense to have it the way it is now... the only climate controls I ever use are what's on the left anyway.

*shrug*
 
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