Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category
2019 Honda Sensing Safety Features
The Honda Sensing® Safety Suite is a collection of safety technologies designed to cut down on driver reaction times and assist in avoiding accidents. Learn more about the features and technologies available with it, and the models that are available with the safety suite. (more…)
Connecting your smartphone to the 2019 Honda Civic
For today’s drivers, staying connected behind the wheel is a big plus. That’s why many drivers are happy to see models like the 2019 Honda Civic come with compatibility with both Android and Apple® smartphones. In the videos below, you can learn more about how to connect your phone to the Honda Civic interface, whether you have an Android or Apple device. (more…)
The 2017 Pilot has a ton of great features to offer drivers, especially drivers in the Chicago area. With winter just around the corner, the Pilot’s available all-wheel-drive is ideal for taking on the snow. For those frigid months, the 2017 Pilot even offers heated seats and a heated steering wheel. But, the latest amenity added to Honda may be the best yet, the 2017 Pilot offers drivers the ability to utilize their smartphone applications through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. (more…)
All-wheel-drive is a great convenience to have in the winter, especially if you live around the Chicago area. All wheel control allows for easier maneuvering of snow covered roads and is great for a variety of other road conditions as well. With Honda’s new model lineup, there are four vehicles with the brand’s AWD system, the Ridgeline, CR-V, HR-V and the Honda Pilot. (more…)
In recent years, Honda has added to its lineup of technologies a suite of safety features called Honda Sensing. This suite consists of Honda’s latest and most advanced safety systems to keep vehicle occupants as safe as possible on the road, at times helping to avoid a collision altogether. (more…)
October 8th is National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day, created to raise awareness about the benefits of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies. To commemorate the day Honda has announced the release date for its 2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell sedan and the plan for its rollout. (more…)
If you’ve ever had a dashboard warning light come on, the immediate response is typically “What does that mean?”. Here to help you understand what your Honda dashboard warning lights mean is the Conintnental Honda team. Below, we have a complete list of Honda dashboard warning lights with images as to what each light means. (more…)
We’ve already covered how to use Apple CarPlay in Honda vehicles, but we’d hate to leave Android users out! If you have an Android smartphone, here’s how to connect your phone to Bluetooth and Android Auto in the 2016 Honda Civic.
This year, for the first time, iPhone users who buy a new Honda Accord will be able to connect their phone to the car’s touchscreen system through Apple CarPlay. If you’ve never used this feature before, you might be wondering how to set it up, or what you can do with it. Allow us to give a quick introduction and FAQ! Here’s how to set up and use CarPlay in the 2016 Accord.
What’s the difference between Honda Sensing and Subaru Eyesight? When it comes to active safety technology, Honda is an industry leader, with Honda Sensing features available on a wide variety of 2016 models. But other brands have their own versions of these technologies, and with every automaker bundling them and naming them a little differently, it can be hard to tell the difference between competing systems. Let’s clear up some of the confusion by looking at the difference between Honda Sensing vs Subaru Eyesight.