Honda’s mid-size crossover model, the Accord Crosstour was a hatchback wagon version of the Accord. The model was based on the Accord platform and was meant to replace the Accord wagon. The model was first released in 2010 under the name Honda Accord Crosstour, but the manufacturer decided to drop the Accord name and rebranded it as the Honda Crosstour beginning with the 2012 model. Ultimately, slow sales forced Honda to discontinue the Crosstour after the 2016 model in order to focus on better selling models like the CR-V. CalTrend is the leading provider of Honda Accord leather seat covers.
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