The end of the road is near for the Honda Crosstour.

Honda said today that it will stop producing the slow-selling Accord derivative after the 2015 model year, as part of a broader move aimed at boosting truck-production capacity.

The end of Crosstour production will enable Honda’s East Liberty, Ohio, plant to focus on building the CR-V and Acura RDX models, both of which are enjoying brisk sales.

At the same time, Honda will also shift production of the Accord hybrid from Marysville, Ohio, plant to its Sayama plant in Japan.

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Honda To Drop Awkward Looking Crosstour From The Lineup

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