"How To" Features Videos

"How To" Features Videos

Some of the following features are not available on certain models.

Pairing your iPhone by Bluetooth to Honda's Display Audio System

This video provides step by step instructions on pairing an iPhone to Honda’s Display Audio system

Pairing your Android device by Bluetooth to Honda's Display Audio System

This video provides step by step instructions on pairing an Android device to Honda’s Display Audio system

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2017 Honda Accord: Display Audio System with HondaLink™

The 2017 Honda Accord is full of features the whole family can enjoy – like standard display audio system with HondaLink™.

2017 Honda Accord: Honda LaneWatch™ Blind Spot Display

The 2017 Honda Accord is full of features the whole family can enjoy – like available Honda LaneWatch™ blind spot display.

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2017 Honda Accord: 10-way Power Adjustment Driver’s Seat

The 2017 Honda Accord is full of features the whole family can enjoy – like standard 10-way power adjustment driver’s seat.

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Driver Information Interface

The 7" colour TFT centre meter display with Driver Information Interface lets you understand your Civic a bit more. It can display your audio and phone info as well as vehicle warning messages, your trip computer and settings.

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Low Speed Follow

The radar-based system is engineered to keep a set speed and a set interval from a vehicle detected directly in front of you, and is designed to even bring the Civic to a complete, full stop in traffic

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Remote Engine Start

Honda’s remote engine starter is a very popular feature amongst Canadians – especially during those cold winter mornings. Learn how to operate it in this brief video.

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Car Wash Mode

Learn how and when to use Car Wash Mode (also known as Neutral mode).

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Road Departure Mitigation

Honda's RDM is designed to alert and assist the driver if the vehicle is about to unexpectedly leave the road. The system will apply strong steering correction and braking force to help stop the vehicle before a serious accident occurs.

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Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System

The new Garmin based navigation system features an easy to use interface, and stunning graphics. The new Garmin based system is available on the 2016 Pilot, 2016 Accord and 2016 Civic.

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Cross Traffic Monitor

The Cross Traffic Monitor system is incredibly convenient when backing out of parking spaces with an obstructed view, such as at a shopping centre. The system will alert the driver if another vehicle is approaching while they are reversing.

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Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Tire Fill Assist

Learn about a new feature for Honda: Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Tire Fill Assist. Your vehicle constantly monitors the pressure of your tires and notifies the driver if pressure falls below optimal levels. When filling your tire, your vehicle will actually notify you when you’ve added the correct amount of air. Those confusing little gauges are no longer required!

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Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)

The available LKAS is engineered to gently correct your steering when you begin to leave a detected lane without signaling, applying torque progressively to the steering to help guide you back to the centre of the lane.

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Lane Departure Warning (LDW) system

Using a camera behind the rearview mirror, the available Lane Departure Warning system is designed to monitor vehicle lane position and alert you when your vehicle drifts into a new lane when you haven’t signaled.

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Honda LaneWatch™ blind spot display

Keep more of your right side in sight with the available Honda LaneWatch blind spot display. Exclusive† to Honda and new to the CR-V this year, it sends a live video feed from a camera mounted under your passenger-side mirror to the 7” Display Audio System screen, revealing nearly four times more visibility than just the mirror alone.

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Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS®)

To help reduce the likelihood and severity of a frontal impact, the available CMBS is engineered to lightly brake if you don’t slow down when it senses you’re at risk of a collision. If it still senses an imminent collision, CMBS is designed to brake firmly.

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Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

This available radar-based system is designed to keep a set speed and a set interval from a car detected directly in front of you.

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Accord Smart Entry & Push Button Start Video

Getting on the road is even easier with the 2014 Accord. If the smart entry remote connected to your keys is within 1 metre of the driver's-side door, it can be unlocked simply by touching the inside of the handle. Once inside the vehicle, you can start the engine with a single button press. You'll be driving in no time. Learn more by watching this video.

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Accord SMS/MMS Text Message and Email Video

Accord models are able to receive text messages linked to your mobile phone and respond to them with one of six prewritten replies. Trim levels with the audio touch screen can also handle email and MMS text messages. Learn more about using these handy features by watching this video.

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Accord Auto Door Unlock Video

With Honda's auto door unlock, all of the doors automatically unlock when the driver's door is opened and the vehicle is shifted to Park or the ignition is turned off. In this video, learn how to adjust the default setting for the feature.

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Accord Audio Touch Screen Video

On select trim levels, the Accord comes equipped with an audio touch screen that lets you operate all of your audio functions with ease. On EX-L models without navigation, the audio touch screen also provides certain HandsFreeLink™ features. This video explains some of the controls for the feature.

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Accord Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Video

The Accord is all-knowing — even aware of the air pressure in its tires. If your tire pressure is lower than a specified setting, the system will alert you with a light on the instrument panel, giving you ample notice to have your tires inflated or repaired. In this video, we also explain how to recalibrate your TPMS system.

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Accord Expanded View Driver's Mirror Video

The Expanded View Driver's Mirror helps the driver spot vehicles or other items in the driver-side blind spot by expanding the field of vision at the mirror's outer section. View the video to learn more.

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Accord Forward Collision Warning (FCW) Video

When the Accord is travelling faster than 20 kilometres per hour, Forward Collision Warning is designed to alert the driver with a series of beeps if a possible collision with a vehicles ahead is detected. Using a camera mounted between the rearview mirror and the windshield, FCW is able to detect whether or not a frontal collision is likely. This video instructs Accord owners on how to adjust the settings for or disable FCW.

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Accord Audio Touch Screen Video

On select trim levels, the Accord comes equipped with an audio touch screen that lets you operate all of your audio functions with ease. On EX-L models without navigation, the audio touch screen also provides certain HandsFreeLink™ features. This video explains some of the controls for the feature.

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CR-V Rear View Camera Video

CR-V - Makes Backing Up a Breeze

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CR-V I-MID Video

CR-V - Puts Tech at Your Fingertips

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CR-V ECON Video

CR-V - Coaching You to Save Fuel  

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CR-V AWD Video

CR-V - Grips The Road

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CR-V Text Feature Video

CR-V - Reads, Sends and Receives Texts

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CR-V Cargo Space Video

CR-V - Creates Cargo Space

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CR-V Safety Video

CR-V - Helps Protect You and Yours

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HondaLink™

HondaLink allows drivers to connect in a whole new way. Schedule maintenance, get vehicle information, locate points of interest, get weather forecasts and more. The new HondaLink system is easier to use than ever before.

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Integrated Aha

Aha is a popular service used to stream music, podcasts and radio shows. The new integrated Aha system built into Honda’s Display Audio no longer requires a companion app. Learn how it works now.

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HondaLink™

HondaLink™ is a new, in-vehicle connectivity system that lets you bring your online world along for the ride. Featuring Aha® by Harman, HondaLink™ ¬Āconnects you to your favourite digital content using the audio system interface and voice recognition.

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Connecting your phone and minimizing pop-ups

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HondaLink Assist

The HondaLink™ Assist  Automatic Emergency Response system is designed to get you the help you need when you need it most. If an airbag deployment sensor is triggered, this new collision detection system is engineered to automatically use your compatible Bluetooth® -paired phone to notify an operator, report the car’s current location and allow you to speak directly to the operator. If you’re unable to speak, emergency services should be dispatched immediately. It works with any compatible Bluetooth®-paired phone, does not require a subscription and helps give you peace of mind while you’re on the road.

How To Get Started With HondaLink Assist

HondaLink Assist can be quickly enabled in your vehicle for extra peace of mind. Follow the steps below to get started.

1)   Set-Up HondaLink Assist by pairing any Bluetooth®-enabled cellphone.
2)   Begin Bluetooth® pairing by ensuring that Bluetooth® is enabled on your cellular phone and set to
      discoverable.
3)   Press SETTINGS on the Home Menu. Then press PHONE settings.
4)   Press CONNECT PHONE. Add a Bluetooth device to begin the pairing process.
5)   Once paired, an automatic prompt to turn HondaLink Assist On/Off will be given. Select ON.

How It Works:

With HondaLink Assist ON, an airbag deployment sensor is designed to trigger the system in the event of a collision. An emergency operator will be called. You will have 10 seconds to cancel the call; after this, the system will assume you are unable to respond and will automatically contact the emergency call centre. If you are unable to respond, emergency services should automatically be dispatched.

FAQ

What if my cellphone is already paired and I did not choose to enable HondaLink Assist?

If your cellphone is already paired to the vehicle, you can also manually activate HondaLink Assist by selecting HondaLink Assist in SETTINGS.

 

Siri® Eyes Free
Let Siri sit up front and assist you while you drive.

With Siri Eyes Free you can make phone calls, send texts, check weather, make appointments in your calendar, post updates to Twitter and more, without ever taking your eyes off the road. Simply connect your Siri-enabled and compatible iPhone® to the Display Audio System and press the TALK button to ask Siri questions using your vehicle’s built-in microphone. The touch screen will turn off to reduce potential distraction and make Siri literally “eyes free”. Soon enough, you’ll wonder how you ever drove without her.

HOW TO GET STARTED WITH SIRI EYES FREE

1)   Pair your iPhone® to Bluetooth®
2)   Begin Bluetooth® pairing by ensuring that Bluetooth® is enabled on your cellular phone and set to
      discoverable.
3)   Press SETTINGS on the Home Menu. Then press PHONE settings.
4)   Press CONNECT PHONE. Add a Bluetooth to begin the pairing process.
5)   Once paired, use the TALK button to activate Siri. Press and hold the TALK button on the steering wheel for
      2-3 seconds until you hear the Siri chime.
6)   When prompted, give your command or ask a question to Siri the same way you would if you were using
      your iPhone® . You’ll hear Siri’s response through the vehicle’s speakers.

WHAT CAN I ASK SIRI?

Siri Eyes Free lets you ask anything you would normally ask your Siri-capable iPhone® :

•    Send a Text Message
•    Send an E-Mail
•    What’s the weather like today?
•    Schedule an appointment.
•    Set a reminder.
•    Post to Twitter.
•    Check my stocks.
•    What’s the traffic like?

FAQ

Why does the Display Audio System screen not show anything?

The “Eyes-Free” feature turns off the smartphone’s touch-screen display when using Siri. This helps to reduce driver distraction literally making Siri “eyes-free.”

 

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HondaLink Pairing your Phone Video

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HondaLink Next Generation Connect App

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HondaLink Next Generation Navigation App

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HondaLink Next Generation Aha App

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