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These new cars now a days have a lot of technology compared to 10 years ago.
It's gonna take me a while to figure it out. I don't know if my wife will ever figure it out. To say she is technologically challenge would be an understatement.
There's a lot of cool stuff these cars can do that will come in handy. ex/ Remote can open windows and sunroof. That'll come in handy during summer here in SC.
Since it's her car I guess I should let her do what she wants, but like I said, this car can do some cool stuff.
 

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Thanks to all the online videos by Honda and private individuals it also much easier to learn how to use this technology. If you wife can watch a video she can learn how to use these features.
 

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Thanks to all the online videos by Honda and private individuals it also much easier to learn how to use this technology. If you wife can watch a video she can learn how to use these features.
Thanks. Thats a great idea. Never thought of that...
 

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I got that one last week here in Maryland. The H was completely clear when I left the house, maybe it needs a heater.
 

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...a fully functioning and comfortable vehicle to drive
It has tons of safety technology, but rather low on the tech entertainment features that require a couple years to figure out like many vehicles today. And that's fine with me.
 

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And the owner's manual is just awful (in my opinion), particularly finding where in the manual your question/issue is addressed (if it is). One thing that helped me a little with this is downloading the PDF version of the manual, so I could at least search by terms/words and navigate through the document more quickly. But to be honest you're more likely to find a helpful answer posting to this forum, doing an ordinary web browser search, etc.

As mr_bots said, just pressing start and driving will work just fine. However, some of the safety features (esp. steering wheel vibrate) might be worth a "heads up" before experiencing them while driving...these can be a bit of a surprise if you haven't dealt with them in another vehicle and I wouldn't want someone experiencing them for the first time at interstate/highway speed, etc.

These new cars now a days have a lot of technology compared to 10 years ago.
It's gonna take me a while to figure it out. I don't know if my wife will ever figure it out. To say she is technologically challenge would be an understatement.
There's a lot of cool stuff these cars can do that will come in handy. ex/ Remote can open windows and sunroof. That'll come in handy during summer here in SC.
Since it's her car I guess I should let her do what she wants, but like I said, this car can do some cool stuff.
 

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What is this snow driving I keep hearing about? 😁
Haha. Thats what said a couple posts ago. Thats why we didn't get the AWD.
Guess what....big snow storm tomorrow in upstate South Carolina. Wife and I are both working. She's a nurse.
My truck is 4X4 so we'll get her to work one way or another.
 
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