Even Honda lays an egg every now and then. The Crosstour was one of them. The much-maligned crossover had it bad from the start and never really recovered both in reviews as well as sales. It was uninspiring, a stark contrast to things that the Japanese automaker has done in the last couple of years.
We won’t really miss it. We’re just glad it didn’t stick around for long enough to make it awkward when it left.
According to Jalopnik:
The Crosstour may have been a decent enough wagon, but it was never a strong seller for Honda. According to our friends at GoodCarBadCar, at most Honda sold 2,900 a month during its 2010 debut; in recent months that’s dwindled to well under 1,000.