I'm always the one driving so I can't be sure..... but I haven't heard any complaints from anyone that I talk with from the car.
Yes, my wife and I have swapped vehicles for the past month--she is driving my Passport. When I talk to her on a Bluetooth phone call, I hear my voice echoing in the background. It is very annoying. A Hyundai forum (having the same problem) said it is an issue only when connected to Android Auto or Apple Car Play via wired connection; it is not an issue when Bluetooth only. However, they provided a software update that fixed the problem.When speaking to someone who is driving the passport and using the hands free bluetooth - there is a bad echo and feedback from my end but not for the person driving the car - anyone having similar issue?
Yes, it often happens while I talk to my wife while she drive our Passport. I hear my voice echoed and distorted. It helped at least twice when I asked her to lower the speakets volume. Not sure if fhat is a perfect solution. Any other suggestions I would be interested too.When speaking to someone who is driving the passport and using the hands free bluetooth - there is a bad echo and feedback from my end but not for the person driving the car - anyone having similar issue?
Just want to let you know that when we first got our Passport I had a Pixel 3 XL & had no issues like yours. I got a new Pixel 6 Pro a month ago & again, no issues. My wife's Pixel 5 also works perfectly. This is the same whether we're hooked up with Bluetooth or Android auto. Hope you get yours figured out...Update! Dealer put in a new head unit, guess what.......dealer was still able to duplicate problem. Dealer has since reached out to Honda tech. They replied " Unfortunate characteristic of the trim level". My translation: Honda is aware, but can't fix. I am giving Honda the benefit of the doubt and have opened a buy back case with them. I will give them the chance to resolve this. If not, I have enough documentation for a Lemon Law. It's a damn shame because I love my Passport.
Sounds like your dealer is at least trying to make it right. Perhaps you could ask if they would get you a head unit from a Touring or Elite & charge you the difference in their cost to make it right...Thanks. It seems that the touring and up are fine. I'm assuming its cause of the different stereo. My brother has a 21 touring and both of us have had zero issues with it. Using a pixel 3 and 6 and a iPhone 13. All of which I've had the issue with in mine.