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I just got my EX-L Navi just over 2 weeks ago, and have already clocked over 2,000 km. It is, by far, the best car I have ever driven, and I've had some really good ones. The Crosstour is feature-packed and very spacious and comfortable. Yes, it is a bit of a challenge seeing as much as one would like out of the back window, but that's the case with most hatchbacks. The extra-sized side mirrors certainly help. The extra storage has already come in handy (I easily loaded and unloaded 12 x 25 kg bags and had room for 4 more bags.) It won't take a 4 x 8 sheet of gyprock, but not many classy vehicles can. Paint me HAPPY.:)
 

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Welcome, I actually found out today that a dissassembled baby bed fits perfectly between the wheel humps in ours. We had about 1/2" clearance on each side, like it was designed for it lol
 

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Welcome, I actually found out today that a dissassembled baby bed fits perfectly between the wheel humps in ours. We had about 1/2" clearance on each side, like it was designed for it lol
Funny you should mention that. While I haven't put a disassembled baby bed in the Crosstour yet, one of the reasons I left my previous vehicle was because of difficulty fitting a rear-facing baby seat. Now, the seat fits comfortably and there is plenty of room to spare in the back.

I can also safely say that two 100 pound dogs fit just fine, although the spit and flying dog hair was a bit much.
 

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I like to take my mountain bike to start my rides in different locations....I used to put it in my trunk of my Buick and had to have the lid open with a tie-down and the front bike wheel sticking out....I can just squeeze it into the CT with the seats down....and get the rear hatch closed
 
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