The 2nd Generation Honda Crossroad was introduced in 2008. The 2008 Honda Crossroad is a front engine front/four wheel drive mini SUV. The Honda Crossroad 2008 was the replacement for the Honda HR-V in the Japanese market. The 2008 Honda Crossroad was the first production Honda passenger car to feature Hill-Start Assist and an AWD that works in tandem with the traction control, stability control and ABS brakes. The Honda Crossroad was available in 3 variants 18L, 20X and 20Xi. Production of the Honda Crossroad 2nd Generation lasted for 3 years, the Honda Crossroad was available to purchase in the years 2008, 2009 and the year 2010.
The price of the 2nd Generation Honda Crossroad was competitive when compared to other cars in the same class.
The exterior of the 2008 Honda Crossroad features a fairly unique and boxy design language. The front end houses rectangular side swept headlights, a rectangular chrome grille, a rectangular air intake and dual standard circular fog lights. The rear end houses large top mounted stacked vertical side swept taillights, and a standard case tailgate. The overall exterior of the Honda Crossroad 2nd Generation features fairly distinctive and muscular styling that allows it to stand out amongst its rivals. Visually all variants of the Honda Crossroad 2008 are identical in every aspect.
The interior of the 2nd Generation Honda Crossroad compromises of gray and beige plastic trim pieces. The 7 seats arranged in 3 rows are covered in fabric. Standard features include automatic climate control, multi information display, power windows, power steering, power lock doors, power mirrors, multifunction steering wheel and a stereo speaker audio system. Features on the higher end Xi model include satellite navigation, a power moonroof and leather upholstery. The overall interior of the 2008 Honda Crossroad features a good amount of interior space and comfort.
1.8 Liter Inline-4
2.0 Liter Inline-4
5-Speed Automatic Transmission
The Honda Crossroad 2nd Generation can achieve an average of up to 14KM/L making for an estimated driving range of up to 770KM from the mini SUV’s 55-liter fuel tank.
The main competitors of the Honda Crossroad 2008 are the Suzuki APV, Toyota Avanza, Mitsubishi Ek, Suzuki Bolan and the FAW Carrier.