The Honda Civic Crosstour used to have the name Accord Crosstour. It is a mid-size crossover SUV.
The safety category for this vehicle is pretty good. The 2013 Crosstour had forward collision and lane departure warning system. It also had a rear-view backup camera. The Crosstour has superb safety and reliability scores, especially in its 2015 model. It has a five-star rating for a frontal driver, frontal passenger, side driver, side passenger, and side rear passenger categories. It also has a four out of five-star rating for Rollover FWD and Rollover AWD. The Side impact IIHS score is listed as good, and the roof strength is marginal for the 2010-2012 models and good for the 2013-2015 models. With the safety in mind when driving, it is important to keep your vehicle in factory condition to ensure it can work as best it can in an accident to keep you safe. If your Del Sol needs seat belt repair, speedometer repair, or airbag module reset Safety Restore will be able to help you quickly and affordably. They specialize in your vehicles Supplemental Restraint System which includes seat belt repair. Stay safe, in your energy-efficient Honda Del Sol with the help of professionals like Safety Restore who can help ensure factory conditions on all your SRS parts.
Honda discontinued production of the Crosstour in 2015 due to its slow sales. This decision was also made to free up space in the production line to make room for the CR-V, Acura RDX, and also the Acura MDX in 2017.