Refreshed for 2013, the Honda Crosstour enters the 2014 model year with a $150 price bump across all trim levels, from the $28,210 four-cylinder, front-drive Crosstour EX to the $38,070 six-cylinder, all-wheel-drive Crosstour EX-L with a navigation system. The 2014 Honda Crosstour is on sale now; all prices include an $830 destination charge.

To get the five-passenger 2014 Honda Crosstour under $30,000, start with the front-drive EX trim with the 192-hp 2.4-liter I-4. Mated to a five-speed automatic transmission, the engine helps the Crosstour hit an EPA-rated 22/31 mpg city/highway, compared to the V-6 at 20/30 mpg with front-wheel drive and 19/28 mpg with all-wheel drive.

Standard equipment on the base-model 2014 Honda Croustour EX includes 17-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth, a moonroof, fog lights, rear privacy glass, a rearview camera, a 10-way power driver seat, and a seven-speaker sound system. For $31,895, the 2014 Crosstour EX-L adds leather-trimmed seats, memory driver seat with memory side mirrors that tilt down when reversing, a four-way power passenger seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, HondaLink with Aha compatability, an upgraded multi-view rearview camera, dual-zone climate control, and an eight-inch center stack screen. A navigation system with steering wheel controls is available is available on the EX-L I-4 and V-6 trims for $2100.

The 2014 Honda Crosstour EX with a 278-hp V-6 and a six-speed automatic starts at $31,870. The Crosstour EX V-6 has all EX I-4 content as well as a four-way power passenger seat, 18-inch alloy wheels, and HondaLink with Aha compatability. Like all 2014 Crosstours except the EX I-4, the EX V-6 model has the LaneWatch blind spot camera. The $34,520 2014 Crosstour EX-L V-6 has EX-L I-4 equipment as well as a HomeLink transmitter. All-wheel drive is available for $1450 on the Crosstour EX-L V-6, meaning a loaded 2014 model with a navigation system and all-wheel drive will go for $38,070.

The Honda Crosstour debuted in the 2010 model year as the Honda Accord Crosstour. It's unclear what the future holds for the model, though we'd guess a next-generation model will probably have more conventional crossover styling.

Source: Honda