Honda Crossroad 20X – A quick look at a Japanese used car auction
The Honda Crossroad is a medium sized crossover vehicle made by Honda for the Japanese market from 2008 until it was discontinued in 2010. This is the replacement in Japan for the Honda HR-V. Once the Crossroad was discontinued Honda reintroduced the HR-V in 2014, though its now called the Honda Vezel in Japan.
I think this Honda Crossroad 20X is great looking little machine, I like the boxy SUV look they have, especially with the side steps and the big over fenders – if you use enough imagination I think you can agree its reminiscent of a small Hummer. And the biggest feature is that hidden in the small body are 7 seats, two in the front, three seat bench in the middle and then two small seats in the back. Granted it wouldnt be comfortable unless you are carrying kids around but 7 seats nonetheless. Zero additional cargo space when you have a full load of people, but fold the back seats down and you have a reasonable amount of cargo space.
As mentioned, this is a Honda Crossroad 20X model, I’m not sure exactly what specs make it a 20X, other than it has thee 2000cc engine, as opposed to the smaller 1800cc unit also offered. This one has factory aluminum side steps which look great and was graded a 4.5/B, 40,000kms – condition is perfect. The only fault I noticed were a few little touch up paint spots on the front. This one ended up selling for just over JPY 1,000,000 so its gives you a fair indication that the condition was solid.
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