If that works on the Passport, I may just do that!I'm an older guy and can certainly understand the appeal, so I'm not knockin' wanting to have a CD player.
But when I first got my current vehicle, I copied a bunch of CDs to a USB drive and left it attached. It's like having a dozen CDs in at all times - with a menu for easy access.
I wholeheartedly agree. Kudos for Honda.. This is one of my requirements. I am just waiting for my investment portfolio to get to a certain 'car-buy' value level and also for dealer inventory to increase so I can negotiate an optimum deal.Such a simple option that so many automakers refuse to offer nowadays. Good on you Honda for appealing to our nostalgia.
I use a USB stick, it has every CD I own on it! No CD's cluttering up the car. This is one Switch I was happy to make. The other nice option is you can always get a larger USB stick the capacity is going up and the price is dropping...
Ageed! the intended way to do it. In addition, by having a CD player, a newly purchased CD or what a passenger might bring can immediately be used.I use a USB stick, it has every CD I own on it! No CD's cluttering up the car. This is one Switch I was happy to make. The other nice option is you can always get a larger USB stick the capacity is going up and the price is dropping...
Yes, I bought the CD player, but I bought it along with the initial car purchase. He charged me $500, which I thought was fair considering you have to buy an entire new housing and the amount of labor involved with mounting it, wiring it and syncing it to the Infotainment system (I have a CD icon).To Steven D. I have Honda Passport and it appears the CD player installation may be an option. Did you have it done at the dealer and what was the total price for the player and install?. I have seen a website where the instructions to install oneself are quite complicated. It is not just a pull out panel and attache the cords type of install.
You Betcha (but not much anymore). I put all my 8 trax & cassettes onto CDs and thumb drives. And, yes, even my grand parents' and parents', and siblings' 33 rpm and 45 rpm 'records' Those are the vinyl discs for those who were born too late to experience.People still have CD’s?!?