2016 Honda Civic Hatchback Returns Crosstour Gets The Axe
2016 Honda Civic Hatchback - In a declaration that positively appears to have been bound to happen, Honda has at long last affirmed that the Honda Civic Hatchback will come back to North America… around the same time that the Honda Crosstour is being killed off. Late bits of gossip and reports make the destiny of both vehicles obvious, yet the official word from John Mendel, the official VP of Honda's North American operations, will clearly leave hatchback fans energized.
Mendel said that the tenth era Honda Civic – as of late alluded to by the New York presentation of the Honda Civic Honda Civic Concept – will go at a bargain this fall, offering a model lineup with "more variations than any time in recent memory." This clearly incorporates a hatchback body style, which has been lost from the U.S. Civics since the 2003 Civic Si (like the Euro-spec Type R appeared previously). Not at all like the vehicles and cars, late reports show that the new Civic hatchback won't be implicit North America, but instead will be foreign from the U.K.
With respect to the Crosstour, the 2015 model year will be its last, on account of offers that consistently dropped subsequent to the strangely styled hatchback/hybrid was presented in 2010. That year, Honda figured out how to offer around 29,000 units, and even an unobtrusive overhaul for 2013 couldn't enhance deals. A year ago, just 11,802 Crosstours were sold – a drop of 30 percent from 2013. The passing of the Crosstour will permit Honda's East Liberty, Ohio get together plant to concentrate on higher-volume hybrids like the Honda CR-V , Acura RDX and, in 2017, the Acu