See I did. The A is always there but doesnt seem to light up.If you see the A it is set to go but it rarely works for me unless I'm in the middle of nowhere. There are threads about it not activating due to road signs. If you don't see the A turn them off and put back into auto mode until you see the A. Either way, I love the low beams compared to the ones I had on my Ridgeline.
This is correct. Auto high beams will only turn on at 45mph.Are you getting up to 45 mph? That is the minimum speed for the auto high beams.
Are you on a road with street lights?
Are the oncoming vehicles or are you closely following a vehicle?
Same for the current generation of Accord. The Sensing suite was actually quite good. I was shocked when I traded my '19 Accord on a '20 Passport that the driver aides don't function nearly as well, despite the Passport being a year newer and upwards of $10k more expensive.It amazes me how Honda can be spot on with my wife's 2018 CRV with regards to the auto high beams, ACC, and some other techie items but a compete misfire with my 2019 PP. It's not like they don't have it figured out....
I will agree with you on this but, I believe a good amount of the shortcomings with the Passport could be corrected with software updates.Its about the generations. CRV and Accord are newer generations relative to the Passport/Pilot/Ridgeline so their stuff is the latest and greatest. I wouldn't expect too much from Honda until the next generation. After coming from my Ridgeline which had awful headlights, I don't see what the big deal is with the high beams, you can always turn them on manually. The Sensing is a problem though with way too many brake warnings. I didn't expect it to be this bad. That's why consumers have to be weary of manufacturer offerings. Just because they check a box doesn't mean that there is successful execution of those options.
Just put rag over the little bump in the front center of the dashboard, That's the sensor. You will know if they work or not.Mine used to work a couple of months ago. Now it seems like the feature nevers turns on...I try to reset the switch and see if that changes it.
Shows Honda's arrogance. This is not a build quality issue and if it's something so simple as software shame on Honda. My wife has a 2015 CRV Touring and I'm amazed that the sensing system has gotten worse in terms of false alarms. Still, if it saves us all will be forgiven.I will agree with you on this but, I believe a good amount of the shortcomings with the Passport could be corrected with software updates.