Our ears didn’t detect much road or wind noise in our test of the 2012 Crosstour, which impressed us with its quiet cruising ability. To some of us it appeared that the Crosstour wagon was even quieter than the 2008-12 Accord sedan. The redesigned 2013 Accord sedan is noticeably quieter than the previous generation, and we would say that the Crosstour falls between the current and previous sedans in noise levels.

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The Crosstour is based on the previous-generation Accord platform, and Honda recently announced several updates for the 2013 versions, including styling changes, more power and fuel efficiency for the V-6 engine, and new safety and convenience features. None of those changes should affect noise levels.

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Answered by Rick Popely on February 10, 2013 in Honda , What Car Should I Buy? | Permalink

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