The Honda Accord Crosstour Stacks Up Against the Toyota Venza

Proctor Honda, the premiere Tallahassee Honda dealership, is introducing a new comparison tool on their home site that allows Panama City Honda shoppers compare popular Honda models with their Ford, Toyota, Chevy and Dodge competitors - among others.


Using this new state-of-the-art comparison site, we decided to test out a few models. First up? The Honda Accord Crosstour versus the Toyota Venza. Both vehicles are similar in shape and style, but let's delve further into the mix to see how the Accord Crosstour really stacks up to the Venza.

In terms of safety features, the Venza offers both front and side airbags, as does the Crosstour. However, the Crosstour's airbags employ smart technology which allows it to deploy different levels of force depending on the crash situation. The Venza defaults to a full deploy setting.

Performance is a top priority for most Tallahassee Honda drivers, so we'll focus on that for a moment. While the Venza has a towing capacity of 1,000 pounds, the Crosstour can manage up to a whopping 1,500 pounds. Honda's Accord Crosstour also has a more fuel efficient engine control system that allows the engine to shut down half of its cylinders to improve efficiency, while Toyota's Venza does not.

While the Toyota Venza is an attractive vehicle, its safety and performance features lack in comparison to Honda's Accord Crosstour. But don't just take our word for it - the Accord was chosen as one of Car and Driver's "Top 10" for 15 of the last 18 years.

Panama City Honda drivers can test drive the new Honda Accord Crosstour and see what all the fuss is about at Proctor Honda in Tallahassee.

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