I personally think it's just Honda getting into this market late but better late than never.It seems that crossovers have evolved to the point of irrelevance; offering the worst of all worlds in terms of style, utility and performance. What makes this one different?
Have they released the price? What am I looking at for cost? I think the crossover vehicles are great. I have a Forester now and it is the best for camping, hunting, fishing etc... as I don't spend as much on fuel as somebody with a full size SUV or truck. The wife can park it too.btw, as much as I love Honda, the price is surprisingly high.:s
Exactly. They are definitely not offroad vehicles, but whether we like it or not, a couple of demographics will be all over this car. I am a member of one of them. I have small kids and this is perfect for all the needs of a dad. Very versatile IMO, and you can go over curbs with it too. I have always owned lowered Hondas, and this one is gonna stay up.Because lets me honest, when was the last time someone bought a bmw x6/chrysler pacifica/dodge journey, etc. for off-roading?