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I am either going to buy an accord or crosstour -in the Crosstour, while driving, is the back window visibility okay - in the dark when a car is coming up on you? I may decide on a car based on the answer
 

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I may decide on a car based on the answer
Please don't rely on other people's opinions on the visibility in the car. If I tell you it's okay, does that mean you will buy it? What if you buy it and realize that the visibility for you is horrible because, as it turns out, we have different opinions on what "okay" means?

Best bet: get out there and test drive it yourself to see first-hand what the visibility is like for you.
 

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It's really not that bad. It's not great but not a deal breaker. I have the back up camera which helps. When Driving you don't even notice it after a while
 

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Drive it and see for yourself. Get the Navi with the back up cam. I wish I had.

-fred
 

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We didn't get the Nav, but got everything else. The bar across the window can block a car approaching when at a certain angle, so double check in your side mirrors. Parallel parking is a breeze when you can use the side mirrors that tilt down in reverse. So no issues here! Go for it...
 

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It's really not that bad. It's not great but not a deal breaker. I have the back up camera which helps. When Driving you don't even notice it after a while
Drive it and see for yourself. Get the Navi with the back up cam. I wish I had.

-fred
+1 for me too but like Ian (Ifonline) says, you best experience that for yourself.

Now that I've driven it for a few months, I'm used to that shortcoming tho I still wish I'd opted to the navi/backup cam and backup sensors.

Your choice, your needs.

Welcome to CrossTour owners club, Pat, glad to have you along.
There are many interesting and helpful threads in here, so make yourself at home.
We'd like to hear more from you, what you decide to buy and your opinions.

Cheers,
Colin
 

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I had an accord sedan before the CT and I can say the learning curve for backing into a spot is pretty much the same. It takes getting used to, just like any car that's new to you. I actually prefer the CT cause of the mirrors fold down to assist you when parking, which the sedan should also have lol...
 
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