3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Honda Crosstour

Buy New on CarsDirect

Price: From $27,078

Price It New
Browse Used Listings »

CarsDirect Pricing Insider

What you must know before buying the Honda Crosstour
, Automotive Editor -
  • The Crosstour remains as one of Honda's slower-selling niche vehicles
  • Huge manufacturer-to-dealer incentives added for 2015 model year
  • Pricing remains consistent
  • Lease: $299/mo. for 36 months w/ $2,999 at signing

Remains as one of Honda's slower-selling niche vehicles:

The Crosstour fits a very narrow niche and Honda understands this. 2015 models are easy to find and 2014s are still on lots but inventory is shrinking. Four-cylinder models tend to be harder to find.

Huge manufacturer-to-dealer incentives added for 2015 model year:

Honda has cut the manufacturer-to-dealer incentives from the 2014 model year, but it has thrown huge incentives at the 2015 model year, On top of the huge incentives, dealers have plenty of 2015 stock to go around.

Pricing remains consistent:

As a niche vehicle with limited demand, the Crosstour has very few direct competitors. This means that Honda can keep pricing fairly consistent month to month. Honda dramatically scaled back its manufacturer-to-dealer incentives as we turn the calendar to 2015, so you may find it tougher to get dealers to work with the pricing.

Lease: $299/mo. for 36 months w/ $2,999 at signing:

Finally a lease deal for the Crosstour. You can pick up a 2015 Crosstour 5 Speed Automatic 2WD EX for $299 per month after paying $2,999 at signing. There are still no APR deals available.

Note: These offers are available in Southern California, but may vary where you live. Check your local incentives with a Trusted CarsDirect Dealer »

Remains as one of Honda's slower-selling niche vehicles:

The Crosstour fits a very narrow niche and Honda understands this. 2015 models are easy to find and 2014s are still on lots but inventory is shrinking. Four-cylinder models tend to be harder to find.

Huge manufacturer-to-dealer incentives added for 2015 model year:

Honda has cut the manufacturer-to-dealer incentives from the 2014 model year, but it has thrown huge incentives at the 2015 model year, On top of the huge incentives, dealers have plenty of 2015 stock to go around.

Pricing remains consistent:

As a niche vehicle with limited demand, the Crosstour has very few direct competitors. This means that Honda can keep pricing fairly consistent month to month. Honda dramatically scaled back its manufacturer-to-dealer incentives as we turn the calendar to 2015, so you may find it tougher to get dealers to work with the pricing.

Lease: $299/mo. for 36 months w/ $2,999 at signing:

Finally a lease deal for the Crosstour. You can pick up a 2015 Crosstour 5 Speed Automatic 2WD EX for $299 per month after paying $2,999 at signing. There are still no APR deals available.

Note: These offers are available in Southern California, but may vary where you live. Check your local incentives with a Trusted CarsDirect Dealer »

 « Read Less

The CarsDirect Target Price

Prices vary by Style:

Pricing as of 3/4/2015 in 20146
MSRP
$0
  Sales Price
$0
  Cash Rebates
($0)
CarsDirect Target Price
$0
See Available Colors & Options »

Incentives & Rebates

We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, Honda is not offering incentives on the EX 4dr Front-wheel Drive at this time.

Lease Deals

We can help you with leasing options on the Honda Crosstour. Get a custom lease quote now »

Buying With CarsDirect

We have partnered with trusted dealers in your area to give you a great price on the new Honda Crosstour.
This is how it works:

  • We connect you to the Internet Department at a Trusted Dealership.
  • Use the CarsDirect Target Price as a tool in your negotiation.
  • The dealer will help you with financing or leasing, as well as trade-in options.

Used Honda Crosstour in 20146