"Fastback station wagon" is how I've described the CT to people.The coolest thing about the CT's design is the fastback design (IMHO). . .reminiscent of the CRX a little bit.
I think Honda has there Demographic all wrong for this car. It should be geared towards Families and not Empty Nesters.When I was researching for a new vehicle, I narrowed it down to 3, Honda Crosstour, Toyota Vienza, and the Nissan Murano. I liked all 3, but the Toyota had an ugly shifter box on the dash...it looked out of place, there was no Nissan dealer within 200kms of where I live and I am thinking, quite the trip for service and/repairs.
I was most impressed with the interior setup and looks of the CT, prefered the styles lines. I made the right decision for me and I am extremely happy.
On a care site review I had read that the CT was designed for "an over 50 empty nester who typically drives a SUV". Dam they nailed me right on... over 50, kids moved out long ago and I drove a SUV...
Lets see,I think Honda has there Demographic all wrong for this car. It should be geared towards Families and not Empty Nesters.
Room for the kids and there stuff for soccer, baseball, etc. Since purchasing mine I have yet to see the 50 plus person driving them around. Shoot there are three (including mine) at the daycare when I drop the kids off.
So to help Honda out, if it has not yet been done, we should take a survey to find the average age of Crosstour Owners.
I haul bags of mulch, fertilizers and top soil in our CT. My wife is an avid gardener. We are empty nesters for many years. I am 79 years of age so I guess old geezers like myself love the CT.