SAN DIEGO – American Honda Motor Co. Inc. officials aren’t concerned yet about the underwhelming market response to the relatively new Honda Crosstour and Acura ZDX cross/utility vehicles. “We’re satisfied with the current sales rate and pace, but we’d like more,” Erik Berkman, vice president-corporate planning and logistics, tells Ward’s at a media event here. The two CUVs, criticized for their polarizing styling, are off to a slow start. Crosstour sales through July reached 15,665, ...

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