I would expect that because this is the first year of the car. That said, I am surprised they just don't give you an Accord manual and add the items that relate to the Crosstour. Perhaps they are really different vehicles in many ways.I received the correct Crosstour service manuals yesterday. They are only 2010 Crosstour and appear to be well written.
I always buy the service manuals when I buy a vehicle for emergency repairs when I can't get to a dealer, make it easier to make modifications that I may want to make (We are ham radio operators), for post warranty repairs, etc. I was an aircraft & engine mechanic in the Air Force during the Korean War and I enjoy working with mechanical & electrical items.
The first thing I checked when I got the manuals was to check the low-beam headlights and the @#&X& things are a sealed unit with the high beam light housing so I can't disassemble the unit without doing a major, major modification. And I might still do just that! First, I will try adjusting the fog lights so I can see potential deer ahead of our car!!! Drivers in Newfoundland will be scared out of their wits with those low-beam projector-style lights.
Here's the thread.The low-beam light's are easily adjusted. Ignore the empty "holes" that look like they are for adjustment. Look instead for the dull-silver, threated adjustment wheels at the back of each headlight. A simple phillips head screw driver will allow you raise or lower at will.
I believe it was CCT that posted a great set pf pics and a description of the process. Look for it her on the forum.