2015 Honda Crosstour Review$6,9502015 Honda CrosstourUnchanged for 2015, the Crosstour comes in basically 2 trims, the EX and the EX-L. Drivetrain and creature comfort variations, though, can compartmentalize each of these into the Crosstour EX V6, the EX-L V6 and the EX-L V6 with Navigation. Furthermore, though front-wheel drive (FWD) remains standard, V6-toting EX-Ls can be delivered with available full-time all-wheel driveAlso returning in the 2015 Crosstour stable are a pair of powerplant and transmission offerings. The base EX and its up-featured EX-L sibling tote a 192-hp 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder (I4) engine mated with a 5-speed shiftable automatic transmission that manages 162 lb-ft of torque. Look for an EPA-estimated 22 mpg city/31 highway from the I4, which, by the way, is unavailaFor a bit more grunt, both the EX V6 and the EX-L V6, in both FWD and AWD versions, pack a 3.5-liter V6 powerplant that combines with a 6-speed shiftable automatic transmission sporting steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters. Expect 278 hp and 252 lb-ft of torque from this capable 6-banger, to the tune of 23/30 in FWD versions and 19/28 when equipped with available AWD.Step up to the EX V6 and youâ€™ll find, besides the beefed-up powertrain, 18-inch alloy wheels, remote keyless entry, dual-zone climate control, audible text messaging, power-adjustable front seats, Aha Smartphone apps, an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen and Pandora Internet radio.The EX-L with the I4, meanwhile, returns with 17-inch alloy wheels, but adds standard satellite radio, heated front seats and memory for driver settings, while the EX-L V6 comes back with those 18-inch alloy wheels, as well as a remote garage door opener.In a somewhat refreshing break with tradition, Honda rarely clutters things up with complicated and usually pricy optional equipment schemes. The abovementioned 2015 Crosstour EX-L with Navigation sub-trim remains delivered with GPS navigation and further includes 16GB of music storage and illuminated steering-wheel control buttons.Finally, standard safety equipment in all Crosstour iterations includes 4-wheel antilock brakes (ABS), front and rear head airbags, active front headrests and front side-mounted airbags, along with standard front fog/driving lights, daytime running lights and a remote antitheft alarm. The EX V6 and higher trims additionally sport standard blind-spot monitoring, while all EX Dec 2, 2014What's your take on the 2015 Honda Crosstour?