Honda ODYSSEY Navigation Manual 2021

Navigation Manual

2021 ODYSSEY

 

Honda ODYSSEY Navigation Manual 2021 Download

The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd., reserves the right, however, to discontinue or change specifications or design at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation.

Accessories Precautions

The GPS antenna is located on the roof. Trees, tall buildings, highway overpasses, tunnels, or overhead electrical power wires can easily interrupt or interfere GPS reception.

Signal noise from devices such as radar detectors, vehicle tracking devices, remote starters, and additional amplifiers can disrupt the navigation system. If you install any such item, install it away from the navigation display and antenna.

Important Safety Information

WARNING
Using the navigation system while driving can take your attention away from the road, causing a crash in which you could be seriously injured or killed.

Only operate system controls when the conditions permit you to safely do so.

Avoid focusing on the screen or manually operating the system controls while driving.

Certain on-screen controls are disabled when driving, however most of the voice commands continue to function. Pull to the side of the road if you need to devote more attention and time to look at the screen or access additional menus.

Route guidance may conflict with street closures, road construction, detours, and out-of-date map data.

The system itself may also have limitations. Verify route information by carefully observing roads, signs, and signals. Always use your own judgment and obey traffic laws.

2 System Limitations P. 106

NOTICE

This vehicle’s navigation display, if so equipped, includes mercury-containing components. Upon removal, please reuse, recycle, or dispose of as hazardous waste.

Clean the screen with a soft, damp cloth. You may use a mild cleaner intended for use on navigation screens.

00X31-THR-8300 2021 Odyssey Navigation Manual NM-13379

2 System Setup P. 15

Start-up 16

Voice Control System 17

Personal Information 18

Display Mode Settings 30

Guidance Volume Settings 32

Map and Vehicle 33

Navigation 40

Traffic 48

Location History 49

About 50

Data Reset 51

2 Navigation P. 53

Entering a Destination 54 Calculating the Route 72 Driving to Your Destination 75 Map Operation 82

Changing Your Route 88 Changing Your Destination 94

2 Troubleshooting P. 99

Troubleshooting 100

2 Reference Information P. 105

System Limitations 106 Customer Assistance 108 Legal Information 110

2 Voice Commands P. 117

Voice Commands 118 List of Categories 120

Contents

 

Quick Reference Guide P. 2

System Setup P. 15

Navigation P. 53

Troubleshooting P. 99

Reference Information P. 105

Voice Commands P. 117

Index P. 121

Quick Reference Guide

Overview—Functions at a Glance

 

Navigation You can select any place/landmark as a destination by using the touchscreen. The navigation system gives you

turn-by-turn driving directions to your destination.

Store home address (P18)

Register 1 home address.

Store contacts (P19)

Store locations to use as the destination.

Enter destination (P54)

Select your destination using several methods.

Select route (P73)

Set route preferences and select one of the available routes.

Track route (P75)

Follow your route in real-time with voice guidance.

Traffic Information* (P80)

View and avoid congestion and traffic incidents.

*: Available only in certain areas.

Avoid certain areas (P43)

Set streets and areas to detour around.

Add waypoints (P90)

Add “pit stops” along your route.

2

HOME Screen

The system displays various functions from the HOME screen. Press the icon at any time to return to the main HOME screen.

(Home)

Display the HOME screen.

(Back)

Go back to the previous screen.

(Display Mode)

Switch between Day and Night modes manually.

Navigation

Display the map screen.

VOL (Volume)

Increase or decrease the audio

volume.

Quick Reference Guide

3

Quick Reference Guide

Touchscreen Operation

 

You can operate the system using your finger on the touchscreen.

The touchscreen can be operated if you are wearing thin gloves, but it may be more difficult for the system to respond.

Tap

Slide

Touch the screen lightly with your finger to select an option on the

Move your finger slowly across the screen to scroll the map.

screen.

Swipe

Lightly sweep your finger side to side or up and down to scroll a list or map.

Pinch In/Out

Open or close your fingers on the screen in a pinching motion to zoom in or out of the map.

4

You can change the touchscreen sensitivity setting.

Refer to the Owners Manual.
How to Enter Information

You can enter information (e.g., city names, street names, numbers, and symbols) when prompted on the input screen.

Quick

Using Voice Commands

When you see in this manual, voice commands are available for that feature.

The system recognizes only certain commands.

Available navigation commands (P118)

Press the button, and say the command, phrase, letter,
number, or symbol (e.g., say “1”).

If a voice command is not recognized, a list is displayed with possible options.
On list screens:

Say the number of the list item (e.g., say “Three” to select item 3).
Say “Back” to return to the previous screen.
Say “Next” for next page.
Say “Previous” for previous page.
Say “Cancel” to end the voice command function.
Using the Touchscreen

Select a character or icon on the screen to select it.

Select to remove the last entered character.
Select to remove all entered characters.
Select to display upper/lower case characters.
Select Space to enter a space character.
Select to display other types of characters.
Select to change the keypad language.
On input search screens, the suggested search terms are displayed. Select Done to display a list of possible entries.

Reference Guide

5

Quick Reference Guide

Map Screen Legend

 

The color of the map is different depending on the selected Map Theme.

Landmark icons

Map operation icons

(P82)

Where To?

(P54)

Streets

Current vehicle position

Feature areas

Map scale (P82)

Map tools (P83)

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During Route Guidance

During route guidance, route information is displayed on the map screen.

You can see the detailed information on the turn list screen.

Map Screen

Next guidance indicator (P75)

Distance to the next guidance point and street name of

next guidance point.

Select to get next voice guidance.

Quick

Day or Night Mode

Reference

Press the

icon to manually

switch between Day and Night modes.

Guide

Where To? (P54)

Waypoint

Guidance Screen

Street name of next

guidance point

Queue indicator

Calculated route

Current street name

Dashboards (P75)

Distance to next guidance point

Day Mode

Night Mode

Turn-by-Turn Directions

The next guidance point appears on the Driver Information Interface.

Remaining

Street name of next

distance

guidance point

Estimated time to

next guidance point

Next driving maneuver is

approaching.

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Quick

Navigation—Home Addresses and Going Home

 

The “Home” feature automatically routes you to your home address from any location simply by selecting Go Home. You can store one home address. (P18)

The order of the steps may change depending on the map data loaded on your system.

Reference Guide

8

Storing Your Home Address

Press the icon and then select Navigation.
Select .
Select and then select Set Home Location.
Select Enter My Address.
Enter a house number and street name.
Select Done or a suggestion.
Select an address from the list.
Select Select.
Going Home

Press the icon and then select Navigation.
Select .
Select Go Home.
Alternatively, you can say

“Navigation” and then “Go

Home” from any screen.

Navigation—Entering a Destination

Enter your destination using one of several methods, then follow route guidance on the map to your destination.

The order of the steps may change depending on the map data loaded on your system.

Quick

Press the icon and then select Navigation.
Select .
Select the search bar.
Enter the house number and street name.
Select Go!.
Route guidance to the destination begins.

Routes: Choose one of multiple routes.
Info: Display the location information and save a place.
Reference Guide

Select Done or a suggestion.
Select an address from the list.
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Quick

Navigation—Changing Route or Destination

 

You can alter your route by adding waypoints to visit, or changing your destination during route guidance.

Reference Guide

10

Adding a Waypoint (“Pit Stop”)

You can add waypoints along your route.

(P90)

Press the icon and then select Navigation.
Select .
Select a search method.
Select the location to add to the destination list and select Go!.
Select Add as Next Stop or Add to Active Route.
If necessary, edit the order of the destinations.
Changing Your Destination

There are several methods you can use to specify a new destination during route guidance.

Searching nearby hospitals, police stations, gas stations, or tow services
(P95)

Select the vehicle icon and select an option.

Selecting an icon on the map (P94) Select a place/landmark icon or a new area on the map twice.
Entering a new destination (P97) Select Where To? and then enter a new destination.
Canceling Your Route

Select .
Alternatively, you can say

“Navigation” and then “Stop route” from any screen.

Voice Control Operation

Voice Portal Screen

Press and release the button.
The system beeps when ready for a command. Press the button to cancel.
Say “Navigation.”
The Voice Command screen is displayed.

After that follow the voice prompt and say a voice command.

The audio system is muted during voice control mode.
You can use other voice commands on the Voice Portal screen.
Carefully read the usage note for the voice control.
Voice Control System (P17)

The system recognizes only certain commands.
Available navigation commands

(P118)

Quick

Voice Command Screen

Reference

a After saying

“Navigation” from

Guide

the Voice Portal screen, the below

screen appears.

b Listen for the voice prompt, then say a

voice command.

You do not need to press the button again in the Voice Command screen.
Available voice commands are highlighted on the screen.
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Troubleshooting

Quick

Reference

slightly off my actual position, especially at intersections?

Why does the vehicle position icon on the map appear

Guide

This is normal. The navigation system is unaware of the

width of intersections. Large differences in vehicle position

can indicate a temporary loss of the GPS signal.

Why does the “Arrival time” display sometimes increase

even though I am getting closer to my destination?

The “Arrival time” is based on the speed limit on each

road. Depending on the traffic conditions, the “Arrival

time” may be calculated to be earlier or later.

Why does my clock frequently change the time forward

and backward by one hour?

 

The clock setting is automatically updated based on your GPS location. If you are driving near a time zone border, the automatic update likely is the reason.

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For more Information (P99)

How do I turn on the navigation system voice guidance?

Press the icon.
Select Navigation > > Guidance Volume. Turn up the volume if it is low.

Adjust the volume using the volume knob during the voice guidance.
How do I specify a destination when an entered city or street could not be found?

Try selecting the destination directly from the map.

How to Use This Manual

This section explains different methods on how you can easily find information in this manual.

 

Searching the Table of Contents

(P1)

Two types of Tables of Contents help you find your desired information.

M ore Detailed

Contents

Table of Contents Chapter Contents

Searching the Index (P121)

Menu items displayed on the navigation screen (e.g., Saved) can be found individually in the Index.

First, find the general chapter related to

what you are looking for (e.g., entering

destination from the Saved Places). Then, go to that chapter to view a more specific table of contents.
This more detailed table of contents shows you exactly what information is listed by section and title.

The Index consists of main terms and sub-entries. The sub-entries help you get to the

desired page depending

on what you are looking

for.

Navigation Screen

Go to the

Index

Next Page

 

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Entering a DestinationuSaved
Saved

H

u Navigation u

u Saved

Select a saved location to use as the destination.

1.

Select your destination from the

Navi

list.

2.

Select Go! to set the route to your

g

destination.

ation

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

Recents

H u Navigation u u Recents

Select an address from a list of your 50 most recent destinations to use as the destination The list is displayed with the most recent destination at the top

Saved
You can add, edit, or delete the saved place. 2 Saved Locations P. 19

Using Voice Command

You can utilize a saved place by using voice commands.

From the Voice Portal screen, say “Navigation.”

Say “Saved Places” on the voice command

screen, then say a saved place (e.g., “Honda”).

Say “Go” to set the route.

Using Voice Commands P. 5
Voice Control Operation P. 11
Recents
After following the menu tree, step-by-step instructions explain how to achieve the desired result.

Menu Tree

The menu tree helps guide you through the system’s menu options. To get to your desired function, follow the menu tree in order of the steps shown.

Navigation Saved

Select the item on the system

Select the menu option.

control panel.

Select Saved.

* Sample pages and images in this section may differ from the actual ones.

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System Setup

This section describes the start-up procedure and the navigation and setup functions.

Start-up …………………………………………….

16

myMaps………………………………………….

38

Voice Control System …………………………

17

Map Updates …………………………………..

39

Voice Recognition ……………………………..

17

Navigation………………………………………..

40

Personal Information………………………….

18

Calculation Mode……………………………..

41

Setting Home Location……………………….

18

Avoidances ……………………………………..

42

Saved Locations ………………………………..

19

Custom Avoidances ………………………….

43

Saved Trips ………………………………………

26

Satellite Status …………………………………

47

Display Mode Settings ……………………….

30

Traffic……………………………………………….

48

Switching Display Mode Manually ………..

30

Location History………………………………..

49

Guidance Volume Settings………………….

32

About……………………………………………….

50

Map and Vehicle ………………………………..

33

Data Reset ………………………………………..

51

Vehicle Selection ……………………………….

34

Reset Factory Default Settings

51

Driving Map View (Map Orientation) …….

35

Map Theme ……………………………………..

36

Map Layer………………………………………..

37

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Start-up

System Setup

 

The navigation system starts automatically when you set the power mode to ACCESSORY or ON. At start-up, the following confirmation screen is displayed.

1. Select OK.

 

u The HOME screen is displayed.

u If you do not select OK, the

system will automatically select OK after a certain period of time.

u The system will automatically start up the feature that was last in use.

2. Select Navigation.

 

u The map screen is displayed.

Limitations for Manual Operation
Certain manual functions are disabled or inoperable while the vehicle is in motion.

You cannot select a grayed-out option until the vehicle is stopped.

Voice commands are still operable while the vehicle is in motion.

Start-up

Avoid focusing on the screen and drive safely.

When you use the navigation system, the system may close other apps.

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Voice Control System

Your vehicle has a voice control system that allows hands-free operation of the navigation system functions.

The voice control system uses the and buttons on the steering wheel and a microphone near the map lights on the ceiling.

For details of the button, button and microphone position, see the Owner’s Manual.

Voice Recognition

 

To achieve optimum voice recognition when using the navigation voice control system:

Make sure the correct screen is displayed for the voice command that you are using. The system recognizes only certain commands.
Available navigation commands:

2 Voice Commands P. 118

Close the windows and moonroof.
Adjust the dashboard and side vents so air does not blow onto the microphone on the ceiling.
Speak in a clear, natural speaking voice without pausing between words.
Reduce any background noise if possible. The system may misinterpret your command if more than one person is speaking at the same time.
1 Voice Control System

 

When you press the button, the system prompts you to say a voice command. Press and release the button again to bypass this prompt and give a command.

1 Voice Recognition

The voice control system can only be used from the driver’s seat because the microphone unit removes noises from the front passenger’s side.

System Setup

 

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Personal Information

System Setup

 

Setting Home Location

 

H u Navigation u u

 

Use the personal information menu to set your home location.

1. Select Set Home Location.

 

2. Select an option.

 

u Select Use Current Location to set home location.

u If selecting Enter My Address, Recently Found or Saved Place, proceed to steps 3 and 4.

3. Select the home location.

4. Select Select.

The following options are available:

Enter My Address: Sets the home location by entering the address.
2 Storing Your Home Address P. 8

Use Current Location: Sets your current location as your home location.
Recently Found: Sets the home location from a recently found location.
Saved Place: Sets the home location from a saved place.
1 Personal Information

 

The home location can be overwritten. Select Change Home Location in step 1.

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Saved Locations

 

You can save locations so you can quickly find them and create routes to them.

Saving a Location
u Navigation u

1. Select a search method.

 

u Find a location that you want to save.

2 Entering a Destination P. 54

2. Select Info.

3. Select Save.

 

4. Enter a name and select Done.

uuPersonal InformationuSaved Locations

 

System Setup

Continued 19

 

System Setup

Personal InformationuSaved Locations
Saving a Location Manually
u Navigation

Select a destination from the map.
2 Map Input P. 71

Select the destination name at the bottom of the map.
Select Save.
Enter the place name and select Done.
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uuPersonal InformationuSaved Locations

Saving Your Current Location
u Navigation

1. Select the vehicle icon.

 

2. Select Save.

1 Saving Your Current Location

 

Vehicle position may not be displayed when:

The vehicle is traveling off-road.
The vehicle position data cannot be updated.
System Setup

 

Enter a name of the location.
Select Done.

Continued 21

 

System Setup

Personal InformationuSaved Locations
Editing a Saved Location
u Navigation u u Saved

Select a saved location you want to edit.
Select Info.
Select .
Select Edit.
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uuPersonal InformationuSaved Locations

5. Select an option.

 

System Setup

The following options are available:

Name: Enters a new name for the location.
Phone Number: Enters a phone number.
Map Symbol: Select a symbol.
Continued 23

 

System Setup

Personal InformationuSaved Locations
Deleting a Saved Location
u Navigation u u Saved

Select a saved location you want to delete.
Select Info.
Select .
Select Delete.
Select Delete.
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Deleting Saved Locations
u Navigation u u Saved

1. Select .

 

2. Select Delete Saved Places.

3. Select a saved location you want to delete.

 

u Select Select All to delete all saved locations.

4. Select Delete.

5. Select Delete.

uuPersonal InformationuSaved Locations

 

System Setup

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System Setup

Personal InformationuSaved Trips
Saved Trips

 

You can use myTrips feature to create and save a route with multiple destinations.

Creating Your Trip
u Navigation u u myTrips u Create Trip u Add Starting Point
Select a method to enter a new destination.
2 Entering a Destination P. 54

Select Select if necessary.
Select Add Destinations to add additional locations.
u Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter the destination.

u Select and hold , or and then move the destination to the desired position.

 

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Personal InformationuSaved Trips
Editing a Saved Trip
u Navigation u u myTrips

1. Select a saved trip you want to edit.

 

2. Select Trip Settings.

3. Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Trip Name: Enters a new name for the saved trip.
Optimize Order: Automatically orders the waypoints in the destination list.
Calculation Mode: Changes the route preferences (calculating method).
Avoidances: Changes preferences for route options to avoid.
1 Editing a Saved Trip

 

The route preference is just for the trip. If you want to change the route preference for routing, change the navigation settings.

Calculation Mode P. 41
Avoidances P. 42
System Setup

 

Continued 27

Personal InformationuSaved Trips
System Setup

 

Reordering Destinations
1. Select a trip from myTrips list.

 

2. Select Edit Destinations.

3. Select and hold , or and

then move the destination to the

desired position.

u Select Add Destinations to

add a new location.

u The route is automatically

recalculated.

Deleting a Destination
1. Select a trip from myTrips list.

 

2. Select Edit Destinations.

3. Select .

4. Select Remove Destinations.

5. Select the location to delete.

 

u Select Select All to delete all

destinations.

6. Select Remove.

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Deleting a Saved Trip
u Navigation u u myTrips

1. Select a trip.

 

2. Select .

3. Select Delete Trip.

Deleting Saved Trips
u Navigation u u myTrips

1. Select .

 

2. Select Delete Trips.

3. Select a trip to delete.

 

u Select Select All to delete all trips.

4. Select Delete.

Personal InformationuSaved Trips

System Setup

29

Display Mode Settings

System Setup

 

Switching Display Mode Manually

 

Set the screen brightness separately for Day and Night modes. Press the icon to cycle through the display modes (Day to Night to Off).

Press the icon.

 

u The brightness bar is displayed for a few seconds.

u Select or to adjust the brightness.

1 Switching Display Mode Manually

 

You can also adjust the display brightness by sliding or swiping on the brightness bar.

You can change the touchscreen sensitivity setting.

Refer to the Owners Manual.
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Illumination

Operation

control

icon

Selects Day or Night display mode when the user

wants to change the brightness of the display

temporarily.

Remember: This icon overrides all other display

brightness adjustments either set automatically by

the sunlight sensor or manually from the System

settings screen.

Sunlight sensor*

If the sunlight sensor detects daylight and the

(see your Owner’s

headlights are turned on, the system automatically

Manual for

overrides the Night display and displays the Day

location)

display mode.

Remember: If desired, use the

icon to

override this automatic choice.

Dash illumination

When the headlights are turned on, and you wish to

adjustment knob

have the Day display mode, adjust the illumination

(see your Owner’s

to the full brightness (beeps).

Manual for

Remember: Adjust the dash brightness back to

location)

midrange to allow auto switching by sensing the

headlights are on or off.

Headlights

When turned on, the display changes to Night

(Auto*/On/Off)

display mode.

The previous three controls listed above can

“cancel” this function.

Remember: Use the

icon, to adjust the dash

illumination to full brightness, or set the display to

your desired choice.

* Not available on all models

 

uuDisplay Mode SettingsuSwitching Display Mode Manually

 

System Setup

31

Guidance Volume Settings

System Setup

 

u Navigation u u Guidance Volume

Adjust the navigation system volume level.

Select or to adjust the guidance volume.

 

u Select Mute to mute the guidance.

1 Guidance Volume Settings

 

You can also adjust the volume by sliding or swiping on the volume bar.

This option is accessible on any screen that includes the options menu icon.

Select to open the options menu, and then select Guidance Volume.

During the voice guidance, you can adjust the guidance volume using the volume knob.

32

Map and Vehicle

u Navigation u u Settings u Map and Vehicle

Change the map settings.

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Vehicle Selection: Changes the icon to represent your position on the map.
2 Vehicle Selection P. 34

Driving Map View: Sets the perspective on the map.
Driving Map View (Map Orientation) P. 35
Map Theme: Changes the color of the map data.
Map Theme P. 36
Map Layer: Sets the data that appears on the map.
Map Layer P. 37
myMaps: View installed maps the system uses.
myMaps P. 38
Map Updates: View the instructions for map updates.
Map Updates P. 39
System Setup

 

33

 

System Setup

Map and VehicleuVehicle Selection
Vehicle Selection

 

H u Navigation u u Settings u Map and Vehicle u Vehicle

1 Vehicle Selection

Selection

The factory default is set to 1 of 7.

 

You can choose your vehicle icon.

Select or to choose the desired icon.
Select Save.

34

uuMap and VehicleuDriving Map View (Map Orientation)

Driving Map View (Map Orientation)

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Map and Vehicle u Driving Map
View

 

Select the map orientation.

Select an option.
Select Save.

System Setup

 

The following options are available:

3D (factory default): Displays the map in 3D with your direction of travel facing upwards.
Track Up: Displays the map with your direction of travel facing upwards.
North Up: Displays the map with north always pointing up.
35

 

System Setup

Map and VehicleuMap Theme
Map Theme

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Map and Vehicle u Map Theme

Changes the color of the map data.

1. Select an option.

 

2. Select Save.

36

uuMap and VehicleuMap Layer

Map Layer

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Map and Vehicle u Map Layer

Sets the data that appears on the map screen.

1. Select an option(s).

 

2. Select Save.

1 Map Layer

 

Off-Road Breadcrumbs is set to off as factory default.

You can set the categories of places appear along the road on the map screen.

Select beside Places along the road, select the categories to show, and then select Save.

System Setup

 

37

 

System Setup

Map and VehicleumyMaps
myMaps

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Map and Vehicle u myMaps

View installed maps the system uses.

Select an item.

 

38

Map and VehicleuMap Updates
Map Updates

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Map and Vehicle u Map Updates

Start the map update process.

Follow the on-screen instructions.

 

1 Map Updates

 

For information on navigation updates for your vehicle, please visit:

U.S.: hondanavi.navigation.com
Canada: www.honda.ca/owners/honda-services/ navigation
2 Obtaining a Navigation Update P. 108

System Setup

 

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Navigation

System Setup

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Navigation

Changes the navigation settings.

 

The following options are available:

Calculation Mode: Sets route preference.
2 Calculation Mode P. 41

Avoidances: Sets road features to avoid on a route.
2 Avoidances P. 42

Custom Avoidances: Allows you to avoid specific roads or areas.
2 Custom Avoidances P. 43

Satellite Status: Displays the satellite’ status.
Satellite Status P. 47
GPS Simulator: Stops the system from receiving a GPS signal.
Navigation

GPS Simulator is set to off as factory default.

You can access the navigation settings from any screen includes the options menu icon.

Select to open the options menu, and then select Navigation Settings.

40

Calculation Mode

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Navigation u Calculation Mode

Sets the route preference.

1. Select an option.

 

2. Select Save.

The following options are available:

Faster Time (factory default): Calculates routes that are faster to drive but can be longer in distance.
Shorter Distance: Calculates routes that are shorter in distance but can take more time to drive.
Less Fuel: Calculates routes that could use less fuel than other routes.
NavigationuCalculation Mode

System Setup

41

NavigationuAvoidances
System Setup

 

Avoidances

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Navigation u Avoidances

Set preferences for route options to avoid.

1. Select an option(s).

 

2. Select Save.

The following options are available:

U-Turns: Avoids u-turns.
Highways: Avoids highways.
Tolls and Fees: Avoids toll roads.
Ferries: Avoids ferries.
Carpool Lanes: Avoids car share lanes.
Unpaved Roads: Avoids unpaved roads.
Custom Avoidances: Avoids specific areas and roads.
2 Custom Avoidances P. 43

Avoidances

Highways, Tolls and Fees, and Ferries are set to off as factory default.

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Custom Avoidances

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Navigation u Custom Avoidances

Allows you to avoid specific areas and sections of road. You can enable and disable custom avoidances as needed.

1. Select Add Avoidance.

 

2. Select an option.

The following options are available:

Avoid Area: Sets an area to avoid.
2 Adding an Avoid Area P. 44

Avoid Road: Sets a road to avoid.
2 Adding an Avoid Road P. 45

NavigationuCustom Avoidances

System Setup

Continued 43

 

System Setup

NavigationuCustom Avoidances
Adding an Avoid Area
u Navigation u u Settings u Navigation u Custom Avoidances u Add Avoidance u Avoid Area
Select the upper-right (left) corner of the area to avoid. Select Next. u The icon is displayed on the
map.

Select the lower-left (right) corner of the area to avoid. Select Next.

3. Select Done.

 

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Adding an Avoid Road
u Navigation u u Settings u Navigation u Custom Avoidances u Add Avoidance u Avoid Road
Select the starting point of the section of road to avoid. Select Next.
u The icon is displayed on the map.

Select the ending point of the road section. Select Next.

3. Select Done.

 

NavigationuCustom Avoidances

System Setup

Continued 45

 

System Setup

NavigationuCustom Avoidances
Editing a Custom Avoidance
u Navigation u u Settings u Navigation u Custom Avoidances
Select the area or road to edit from the list.

2. Select an item.

 

The following items are available:

Enable: Sets whether to enable the avoidance.
Rename: Enters a new name.
Delete: Deletes a selected area or road.
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Satellite Status

 

u Navigation u u Settings u Navigation u Satellite Status

View the satellites’ status.

 

uuNavigationuSatellite Status

 

System Setup

47

 

System Setup

Traffic

u Navigation u u Settings u Traffic

Sets the traffic feature.

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Traffic: Enables the traffic feature.
2 Traffic Information P. 80

Traffic Alert: Sets whether to receive an alert when traffic may cause a delay.
Automatic Route Optimization: Sets whether to use optimized alternate routes.
Current Provider: Sets the traffic provider to use for traffic data.
Subscriptions: Displays the lists of the current traffic subscriptions.
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Location History

u Navigation u u Settings u Location History

Set the history data usage or clear the travel data.

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Travel Data Recording: Allows the system to record your travel data used for predictions.
Predicted Destination Alert: Sets whether the system provides the predicted destination.
2 Predicted Destination P. 70

Remove All myTrendsTM Places: Deletes all myTrends places.
Clear Off-Road Breadcrumbs: Clears off-road breadcrumbs appear on the map.
System Setup

 

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System Setup

About

u Navigation u u Settings u About

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

System Information: Displays the system information.
EULAs: Displays end-user license agreements.
Copyright and Acknowledgments: Displays copyright and acknowledgments information.
Restore Navigation Settings: Restores navigation settings to the factory defaults.
2 Reset Factory Default Settings P. 51

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Data Reset

Reset Factory Default Settings

 

u Navigation u u Settings u About

You can restore all settings to the factory default values.

1. Select Restore Navigation

 

Settings.

2. Select Restore.

1 Reset Factory Default Settings

 

When you want to reset the following options, see the below references:

Home
Deleting Saved Locations P. 25
Saved
Deleting Saved Locations P. 25
Recents
Recents P. 68
myTrips
Deleting Saved Trips P. 29
When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, reset all settings to default and delete all personal data.

System Setup

 

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Navigation

This section describes how to enter a destination, select a route to take, and follow the route to your destination. It also describes how to change your route or destination along the way.

Entering a Destination ……………………….

54

Map Operation………………………………….

82

Search Tools …………………………………….

60

Map Tools……………………………………….

83

Categories ……………………………………….

67

Changing Your Route ………………………..

88

Saved………………………………………………

68

Stopping the Route …………………………..

88

Recents ……………………………………………

68

Taking a Detour ……………………………….

89

myTrips ……………………………………………

69

Adding Waypoints ……………………………

90

myTrendsTM ………………………………………

70

Editing the Route ……………………………..

91

Map Input………………………………………..

71

Changing Your Destination ……………….

94

Calculating the Route…………………………

72

Selecting a Destination on the Map ……..

94

Viewing and Selecting the Routes ………..

73

Searching Near Establishment …………….

95

Viewing the Location Information ………..

74

Entering a New Destination………………..

97

Driving to Your Destination ……………….

75

Viewing the Route …………………………….

75

Traffic Information …………………………….

80

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Entering a Destination

Navigation

 

u Navigation u

This section describes how to enter a destination for route guidance.

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Keyword or Address, State: Sets a destination by entering a keyword, address or state name.
2 Using the Search Bar P. 56

Searching near: Selects the city to search near.
Changing the Search Area P. 57
Go Home: Sets your home address as the destination.
Going Home P. 8
Search Tools: Sets a destination by searching for a place.
Search Tools P. 60
Saved: Sets a destination by selecting a place stored in the Saved list.
Saved P. 68
Recents: Sets a destination by selecting a previous destination.
Recents P. 68
Categories: Sets a destination by selecting a category.
Categories P. 67
myTrips: Sets a destination by selecting a saved route.
myTrips P. 69
1 Entering a Destination

 

The Display Audio system can only provide route guidance from one navigation system at a time. When setting a destination on one system, any active route guidance with the other system is canceled, and the system you are currently using will direct you to your destination.

If you press the button on the steering wheel, select Navigation and then press the ENTER button, the following items are available. Use the steering wheel buttons to select the items.

Go Home
Saved
Recent
When en route, the following item is available.

Cancel Route
Button

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myTrendsTM: Sets a destination by selecting a place in the list of frequently-visited destinations.
2 myTrendsTM P. 70

Add Shortcut: Adds shortcuts to the Where To? menu.
Adding Shortcuts P. 58
Entering a Destinationu

Navigation

Continued 55

Entering a Destinationu
Navigation

 

Using the Search Bar
u Navigation u u Keyword or Address, State

You can use the search bar to search for locations by entering a keyword, address, or state name.

1. Enter a search term.

 

u The search history is displayed below the search bar.

u Suggested search terms appear

below the search bar as you type.

2. Select Done or a suggested search term.

3. Select your destination from the list.

 

4. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

1 Using the Search Bar

 

Using Voice Command

You can say the names of popular, well-known locations.

From the Voice Portal screen, say “Navigation.”

Say “Find Place,” then say a place name (e.g.,

“Honda”).

Say the line number of screen (e.g., “1”).

Say “Go” to set the route.

Using Voice Commands P. 5
Voice Control Operation P. 11
To search for a type of business, enter a category name, such as “movie theaters.”
To search for a business by name, enter all or part of the name.
To search for an address near you, enter the street number and street name.
To search for an address in another city, enter the street number, street name, city, and state.
To search for a city, enter the city and state.
If you want to delete the search history, reset the navigation settings to default.

Reset Factory Default Settings P. 51
You can change the order of search results.

Select and then select Sort POI Results.

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Entering a Destinationu
Changing the Search Area
u Navigation u u Searching near

By default, your system finds locations closest to your current location. You can find a location near another city or location.

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

My Active Route: Searches along your current route.
My Destination: Searches near your current destination.
My Current Location: Searches near your current location.
A Different City: Searches near the city you select.
Recent Places: Searches near a recent destination.
Saved Places: Searches near a saved place.
1 Changing the Search Area

 

My Active Route and My Destination can be set when the route is active.

Navigation

 

Continued 57

Entering a Destinationu
Navigation

 

Adding Shortcuts
u Navigation u u Add Shortcut

Up to 50 shortcut icons can be stored.

Select an option you want to add as

 

a shortcut.

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Deleting Shortcuts
u Navigation u u u Remove Shortcut(s)
Select a shortcut to delete.
u Select Select All to delete all shortcuts.

Select Remove.

Entering a Destinationu

Navigation

59

 

Navigation

Entering a DestinationuSearch Tools
Search Tools

 

u Navigation u u Search Tools

Find a location to set as the destination by searching for an address, intersection, city, dealership, coordinates or phone number.

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Address: Sets a destination by entering an address.
2 Finding an Address P. 61

Intersections: Sets a destination by finding an intersection.
2 Finding a Location by Intersections P. 62

Cities: Sets a nearby city as the destination.
Finding a City P. 63
Dealerships: Sets a nearby Honda authorized dealer as the destination.
Finding a Dealership P. 64
Coordinates: Sets a destination by entering coordinates.
Finding a Location Using Coordinates P. 65
Phone Number: Sets a destination by entering a phone number.
Finding a Location by Phone Number P. 66
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Entering a DestinationuSearch Tools
Finding an Address
u Navigation u u Search Tools u Address

Enter an address to use as the destination.

1. Enter the house number and street name.

 

u Select Searching near if you

want to search different city.

2. Select Done or a suggestion.

3. Select your destination from the list.

 

4. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

1 Finding an Address

 

Using Voice Command

You can say the entire address at once using voice commands.

From the Voice Portal screen, say “Navigation.”

Say “Find Address” on the voice command screen, then say the entire address (e.g., “1-2-3-4 Main Street, Los Angeles, California”).

Say “Change Country” if you want to change the country.

The system interprets the address.

Say “Yes” or a line number of a screen if the

destination list appears (e.g., “1”).

Say “Go” to set the route.

Using Voice Commands P. 5
Voice Control Operation P. 11
The order of the steps may change depending on the map data loaded on your system.

Navigation

 

Continued 61

Entering a DestinationuSearch Tools
Navigation

 

Finding a Location by Intersections
u Navigation u u Search Tools u Intersections

Select the intersection of two streets as the destination.

1. Enter two street names. u A list of matching hits is

 

automatically displayed after you enter several letters with the closest match at the top of the list.

2. Select Done or a suggestion.

3. Select the intersection from the list.

4. Select Go! to set the route to your

destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

1 Finding a Location by Intersections

 

Using Voice Command

You can find intersections by the street name using voice commands.

From the Voice Portal screen, say “Navigation.”

Say “Find Intersection” on the voice command screen and then say a city name.

Say a street name 1, then say a line number of a

screen (e.g., “1”).

Say a street name 2, then say a line number of a

screen (e.g., “1”).

Say “Go” to set the route.

Using Voice Commands P. 5
Voice Control Operation P. 11
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Entering a DestinationuSearch Tools
Finding a City
u Navigation u u Search Tools u Cities

Selects your destination city.

1. Select a city.

 

u Cities near your current position are listed.

Select Enter City and State and enter city and state names if you want to find different city.

2. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

1 Finding a City

 

Using Voice Command

You can find a city by using voice commands.

From the Voice Portal screen, say “Navigation.”

Say “Find City” on the voice command screen,

then say a city name (e.g., “Los Angeles”).

Say a line number of a screen (e.g., “1”).

Say “Go” to set the route.

Using Voice Commands P. 5
Voice Control Operation P. 11
Navigation

 

Continued 63

Entering a DestinationuSearch Tools
Navigation

 

Finding a Dealership
u Navigation u u Search Tools u Dealerships

Find any Honda authorized dealers to set as a destination.

1. Select the desired name from the

 

list.

u Select the search bar and enter

a dealership name to narrow

down the number of matches.

2. Select Go! to set the route to your

destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

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Entering a DestinationuSearch Tools
Finding a Location Using Coordinates
u Navigation u u Search Tools u Coordinates

You can find a location using latitude and longitude coordinates. This can be helpful when geocaching.

1. Select Change.

 

2. Select the latitude coordinate and enter the new coordinate.

 

u Select N/S if necessary.

3. Select the longitude coordinate and enter the new coordinate. u Select E/W if necessary.

4. Select Done.

5. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

1 Finding a Location Using Coordinates

 

If you want to change the coordinate format, select

and then select Coordinate Format.

You can add the coordinates location to the saved location list by selecting Save.

Navigation

 

Continued 65

Entering a DestinationuSearch Tools
Navigation

 

Finding a Location by Phone Number
u Navigation u u Search Tools u Phone Number

Search for your destination by entering a phone number.

1. Enter the phone number.

 

u Select Searching in and select

another area if you want to

change the search area.

2. Select Done or a suggestion.

3. Select your destination from the

 

list.

4. Select Go! to set the route to your

destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

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Entering a DestinationuCategories
Categories

 

Select the category of a place (e.g., Restaurants, Gas Stations, Shopping) stored in the map database to search for the destination.

Finding a Location by Category
u Navigation u u Categories

1. Select a category.

 

2. Select a subcategory.

 

u If the subcategory screen is not displayed, proceed to step 3.

3. Select a place name from the list.

 

4. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

Categories

This option is convenient if you do not know the exact name of a place or if you want to narrow down the number of matches returned for places with a common name.

Navigation

 

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Entering a DestinationuSaved
Navigation

 

Saved

 

u Navigation u u Saved

Select a saved location to use as the destination.

1. Select your destination from the list.

 

2. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

Recents

 

u Navigation u u Recents

Select a location from a list of your 50 most recent destinations to use as the destination. The list is displayed with the most recent destination at the top.

1. Select your destination from the list.

 

2. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

Saved

You can add, edit, or delete the saved place.

Saved Locations P. 19
Using Voice Command

You can utilize a saved place by using voice commands.

From the Voice Portal screen, say “Navigation.”

Say “Saved Places” on the voice command

screen, then say a saved place (e.g., “Honda”).

Say “Go” to set the route.

2 Using Voice Commands P. 5

2 Voice Control Operation P. 11

1 Recents

You can delete a recent destination. Select a destination to delete, select , and then select Delete.

If you want to delete all recent destinations, select without selecting any destination in the list, and

then select Clear All Recent Places.

Using Voice Command

You can utilize a recent destination by using voice commands.

From the Voice Portal screen, say “Navigation.”

Say “Recent Places” on the voice command screen, then say a line number of a screen (e.g., “1”).

Say “Go” to set the route.

Using Voice Commands P. 5
Voice Control Operation P. 11
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Entering a DestinationumyTrips
myTrips

 

u Navigation u u myTrips

Set the route to your destination selecting a saved trip.

1. Select a trip.

 

2. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

 

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

u Select Turn List to display turn-by-turn instructions and information for each turn.

myTrips

You can create, edit, or delete trips.

Saved Trips P. 26

Navigation

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Entering a DestinationumyTrendsTM
Navigation

 

myTrendsTM

 

u Navigation u u myTrendsTM

Select a frequently-visited place to use as the destination.

1. Select your destination from the list.

 

2. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

Predicted Destination
When you start the vehicle, the system predicts the most-likely destination based on your travel data. It displays the notification window to offer the destination and show related information.

Select Go! to accept the predicted destination.

 

myTrendsTM

Set Travel Data Recording to On to use myTrends feature.

Location History P. 49
You can delete myTrends location. Select the location to remove, select and then select Remove.

To delete all myTrends locations, select without selecting any location and then select Remove All in the myTrends list screen.

1 Predicted Destination

To use this feature, set Predicted Destination Alert to On.

Location History P. 49
The notification will be queued in the queue indicator after a certain period of time. Select the indicator to display the predicted destination.

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uuEntering a DestinationuMap Input

Map Input

 

u Navigation

Scroll the map to manually select an icon or a location as the destination.

1. Tap on the map screen and then select any point on the map, a street, intersection, or category icon.

 

u Return to the current location when you select or press

the icon.

 

2. Select Go! to set the route to your destination.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

1 Map Input

 

“Show Map”

Using Voice Commands P. 5
Voice Control Operation P. 11
You can customize the map as you like using ,

, , , or .

Map Operation P. 82
Navigation

 

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Calculating the Route

Navigation

 

This section describes how to calculate your route.

Select Go!.

 

u The system calculates and displays the route line on the map screen.

The following options are available:

Explore This Venue: Displays a list of all POIs within the venue.
This option is available for some multiple facilities, such as hospitals or shopping centers.

Routes: Displays different routes.
Viewing and Selecting the Routes P. 73
Info: Displays detailed location information.
Viewing the Location Information P. 74
1 Calculating the Route

 

If the route is very long, the system will calculate the route to the first guidance point and start the guidance. The system will then continue calculation to final destination as you proceed.

Select to view the map with the location centered.

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uuCalculating the RouteuViewing and Selecting the Routes

Viewing and Selecting the Routes

 

View and select different routes to your destination.

Select your desired route.
u The estimated arrival time and travel distance are displayed for each route.

Select Go!.
u The system calculates and displays the route line on the map screen.

 

Navigation

 

73

 

Navigation

Calculating the RouteuViewing the Location Information
Viewing the Location Information

 

1. Select an option.

 

2. Select Go!.

u The system calculates and

displays the route line on the

map screen.

The following options are available:

Save: Adds the destination to the saved location list.
2 Saved Locations P. 19

Set Location: Sets the vehicle position when you are indoors or not receiving satellite signals.
You can use this feature when GPS Simulator is set to on.

2 Navigation P. 40

Routes: Displays different routes to the destination.
Viewing and Selecting the Routes P. 73
Routes Settings: Changes the route preferences.
Navigation P. 40
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Driving to Your Destination

Viewing the Route

 

This section describes how to follow the route guidance to your destination.

Map Screen
Next guidance indicator

Queue indicator

After calculating the route to your

destination, the route is displayed on

the map screen.

2 During Route Guidance P. 7

 

As you drive, the system tracks your position on the map in real time and provides guidance as you approach each guidance point on the route.

Dashboards

The following options are available:

Select the next guidance indicator to replay the voice guidance for the next maneuver.
Select the text bar on the top of the map to display the turn list screen.
Turn List Screen P. 77
Select the queue indicator to display queued notifications.
Alert and Notification Banners P. 78
Select to display the map tools window.
Map Tools P. 83
Select to cancel the route guidance and remove your current route.
Canceling Your Route P. 10
1 Viewing the Route

 

When your phone is connected to Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®, the navigation screen will switch to the incoming call screen when receiving a call.

Select the vehicle icon to view the Where Am I?

screen.

Viewing the Current Location Information P. 87
You can stop your vehicle en route (e.g., to rest, stop for gas, etc.), and then continue on your route.

If you did not complete your route, the navigation restarts when you restart your vehicle.

When LaneWatch* is activated, the navigation screen will switch to the LaneWatch screen.

The next guidance indicator does not appear in the following cases.

The vehicle speed is 3 mph (4.8 km/h) or less
The GPS signal is weak
The vehicle position on the map and current vehicle position do not match
Navigation

 

* Not available on all models

Continued

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Driving to Your DestinationuViewing the Route
Navigation

 

Select the map dashboards when you want to change the information that is displayed. Select the following options:
Elevation, Direction, Location, Arrival, Distance, Arrive In, Via Arrival, Via Distance, Via In.

Intersection View Screen
The intersection view screen displays a view of the upcoming intersection and which lane you should be driving.

 

1 Viewing the Route

 

Turn-by-Turn Directions

The next guidance point appears on the Driver Information Interface.

The Turn-by-Turn directions may not be displayed if the information cannot be received correctly.

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Driving to Your DestinationuViewing the Route
Turn List Screen
The turn list screen displays turn-by-turn instructions and the distance between turns.

1. Select the text bar on the top of the map.

 

2. Select a turn to display on the map.

Full Route Screen
The full route screen displays the entire route and current vehicle position.

1. Select the text bar on the top of the map.

 

2. Select .

3. Select View Full Route.

1 Turn List Screen

 

When you are on the multi-destination route, the list is separated for each route leg. You can skip from the current route leg to another route leg by selecting Go! displayed on the top of each route leg.

Navigation

 

Continued 77

Driving to Your DestinationuViewing the Route
Navigation

 

Alert and Notification Banners
The slide-in banner appears on the top of the map screen when the system provides an alert or notification.

School Zone Proximity Alert
A proximity alert for school zone is displayed when the system receives the information.

Select the banner to display the distance to the alert point, speed limit, and map preview with the alert point centered.

 

Parking Reminder Notification
A parking reminder notification is displayed when you approach your destination.

Select the banner to display the list of

 

parking near the destination.

1 Alert and Notification Banners

 

After a certain time of period, the alert or notification is queued in the queue indicator.

You can view the alert or notification again by selecting the queue indicator.

If the notifications center window is displayed, select the notification from the list.

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Driving to Your DestinationuViewing the Route
Off-Road Breadcrumbs Display
If you set the off-road breadcrumbs to show, a series of lines (breadcrumbs) are displayed to track your movement on a off-road.

Map Layer P. 37
Off-Road Breadcrumbs Display

You can delete the off-road breadcrumbs.

Location History P. 49

Reset Factory Default Settings P. 51
Navigation

 

Deviating From the Planned Route
If you leave the calculated route, the system automatically recalculates a route to the set destination based on your current location and direction.

If your vehicle is off a road segment, the system shows a dotted line indicating the direction back to the calculated route.

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Driving to Your DestinationuTraffic Information
Navigation

 

Traffic Information

 

When you set the traffic feature, the system examines traffic conditions and optimizes the route for the shortest time. If a severe traffic delay occurs while you are navigating, the system searches for a faster route. If it finds one, the system will automatically alter the route and display the reroute notification banner on the map screen.

The system may route you through a traffic delay if a better alternative route does not exist. The delay time is added into your estimated time of arrival automatically.

Select the reroute notification banner to view the saved time and avoided traffic events.

 

u Select Use Original Route to use the original route.

Viewing Traffic Alert
The traffic alert window is displayed on the map screen when traffic may cause a delay.

Select the window to view detailed information and the map.

 

1 Traffic Information

 

Continuously updated traffic information is available in major metropolitan areas across contiguous United States and some cities in Canada.

You can change the traffic information settings.

Traffic P. 48
1 Viewing Traffic Alert

The notification will be queued in the queue indicator after a certain period of time. Select the indicator to display the notification again.

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Viewing Traffic Delays Manually
u Navigation u u Traffic

View the traffic flow and delays on nearby roads.

Select the traffic information window to view detailed information and map.

 

uuDriving to Your DestinationuTraffic Information

 

Navigation

Viewing Traffic Legends
u Navigation u u Traffic u u Traffic Legend

See an overview of the icons and colors used on the traffic map.

The system displays the traffic

 

legend.

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Map Operation

Navigation

 

Customize the map, set a destination, and save a place from the map.

1. Select any point on the map.

 

2. Select an option.

u If you want to set a destination

or save a location in the map,

scroll the map and select the

desired location.

2 Saving a Location Manually

P. 20

2 Map Input P. 71

The following options are available:

: Zooms in to an area.
: Zooms out of an area.
: Returns you to your current position.
/ : Switches the view from 2D to 3D or vice versa.
: Rotates the map in 3D view, or rotates the map to show north at the top if Driving Map View is set to Track Up.
: Sets the data that appears on the map.
Map Layer P. 37
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uuMap OperationuMap Tools

Map Tools

 

u Navigation u

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Detour: Calculates a detour route.
2 Taking a Detour P. 89

Exit Services: Displays a list of the exit services for the route.
2 Viewing Exit Services P. 84

Guidance Volume: Adjusts the guidance volume.
Guidance Volume Settings P. 32
Up Ahead: Displays the list of upcoming services along the road where you are travelling.
Viewing Services Up Ahead P. 85
Traffic: Displays traffic information.
Traffic Information P. 80
Where Am I?: Displays the information about your current location.
Viewing the Current Location Information P. 87
Settings: Changes settings for navigation functions.
System Setup P. 15
1 Map Tools

 

You can rearrange the order of menu icons.

Select and hold the icon and move it to the desired position.

 

Navigation

Continued 83

Map OperationuMap Tools
Navigation

 

Viewing Exit Services
u Navigation u u Exit Services

You can view exit services (e.g., whether the exit is near gas stations, restaurants, etc.) and add new destinations or waypoints to the calculated route.

1. Select an exit.

 

2. Select a category.

 

3. Select a service.

4. Select an option.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

2 Adding Waypoints P. 90

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uuMap OperationuMap Tools

Viewing Services Up Ahead
u Navigation u u Up Ahead

You can view the list of upcoming services along the road where you are travelling.

1. Select a category.

 

2. Select a service from the list.

 

3. Select an option.

2 Calculating the Route P. 72

2 Adding Waypoints P. 90

1 Viewing Services Up Ahead

 

You can change the order of search results.

Select in the service list screen, select Sort POI Results and then select an option.

Navigation

 

Continued 85

Map OperationuMap Tools
Navigation

 

Customizing the Up Ahead Categories
You can change the category to display.

 

1 Customizing the Up Ahead Categories

You can change the order of categories.

Select and hold ,

or

and then move the

1. Select

in the service list screen.

category to the desired position.

 

Select Up Ahead Options.
Select the category to change.
Select a category to display. u Select a subcategory if
necessary.

u Select Custom Search, and enter the category to create a custom category.

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uuMap OperationuMap Tools

Viewing the Current Location Information
u Navigation u u Where Am I?

You can confirm your current location, address, and nearest intersection.

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

• Save: Saves your current location.

Saving Your Current Location P. 21
Hospitals/Police Stations/Gas Stations/Tow Services: Searches for a hospital, police station, gas station or tow service around your current location.
Searching Near Establishment P. 95
1 Viewing the Current Location Information

 

Vehicle position may not be displayed when:

The vehicle is traveling off-road.
The vehicle position data cannot be updated.
When you deviated from the planned route, the closest route-able road is also displayed.

Navigation

 

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Changing Your Route

Stopping the Route

 

Stop the route guidance and remove the destination and all waypoints.

1 Stopping the Route

1. Select

.

“Stop route”

 

2 Using Voice Commands P. 5

 

2 Voice Control Operation P. 11

Navigation

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Changing Your RouteuTaking a Detour
Taking a Detour

 

u Navigation u u Detour (when en route)

Calculates a new route to avoid something ahead of you. The system creates a new route if possible. The system attempts to get you back on your original route as quickly as possible.

Taking a Detour Around Specified Areas
You can take a detour for a specified distance along your route or detour around specific roads. This is useful if you encounter construction zones, closed roads, or poor road conditions.

Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Skip Next Turn: Calculates a new route by avoiding the next turn on your route.
0.5 mi.: Calculates a new route by avoiding the next 0.5 mile on your route.
2 mi.: Calculates a new route by avoiding the next 2 miles on your route.
5 mi.: Calculates a new route by avoiding the next 5 miles on your route.
1 Taking a Detour

 

“Detour”

Using Voice Commands P. 5
Voice Control Operation P. 11
If your current route is the only reasonable option, the system might not calculate a detour.

1 Taking a Detour Around Specified Areas

Skip Next Destination

Calculates a new route by skipping the next waypoint.

This option is available when you are in the route with multiple destinations.

Navigation

 

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Changing Your RouteuAdding Waypoints
Navigation

 

Adding Waypoints

 

Add waypoints (pit stops) along the route to your destination.

1. While en route, select a search method to add a new destination or waypoint.

 

2 Entering a Destination P. 54

2. Select a place. Select Go!.

3. Select Add as Next Stop or Add to Active Route.

u Select Add as Next Stop to set the location as your next waypoint. The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen.

u If selecting Add to Active

Route, proceed to steps 4 and 5.

4. Select and hold , or and then move the destination to the desired position.

 

5. Select Go!.

u The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen.

1 Adding Waypoints

 

When you add a waypoint, the system may take some time to update the arrival time.

Select Start New Route to set the location as your new destination.

Select Add as Last Stop to add the location to the end of your route.

Entering a New Destination P. 97
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Editing the Route

 

You can edit destinations on your route and save the route as your favorite trip.

Reordering Destinations
u Navigation

1. Select the text bar on the top of the map.

 

2. Select .

3. Select Edit Destinations.

4. Select and hold , or and then move the destination to the desired position.

 

u Select Add Destinations to add a new location.

5. Select .

 

u The route is automatically recalculated.

uuChanging Your RouteuEditing the Route

 

Navigation

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Changing Your RouteuEditing the Route
Deleting a Destination
u Navigation

Navigation

 

Select the text bar on the top of the map.
Select .
Select Edit Destinations.
Select .
Select Remove Destinations.
Select the location to delete. u Select Select All to delete all
destinations.

Select Remove.
Select .
u The route is automatically recalculated.

 

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uuChanging Your RouteuEditing the Route

Saving Your Current Route
u Navigation

You can add the current route to myTrips list.

1.

Select the text bar on the top of

the map.

2.

Select

.

3.

Select Save Route.

 

1 Saving Your Current Route

 

You can use the saved trip from myTrips screen.

myTrips P. 69
You can also save your current route from myTrips screen. Select on the routing map, and then select myTrips. Select Save.

Navigation

 

Enter a name.
Select Done.

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Navigation

Changing Your Destination

Selecting a Destination on the Map

 

Select a new destination when en route by selecting a location on the map.

1. Select any point on the map, or a

 

street, intersection, or category

icon.

2. Select Go!.

3. Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Start New Route: Sets the location as your new destination.
Add as Next Stop: Sets the location as the next waypoint.
Add as Last Stop: Adds the location as your last destination.
Add to Active Route: Sets the location as the waypoint and edits the order of destinations in your route.
2 Adding Waypoints P. 90

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uuChanging Your DestinationuSearching Near Establishment

Searching Near Establishment

 

u Navigation

Search for a hospital, police station, gas station or tow service around your current location.

1. Select your vehicle icon.

 

u You can also confirm your current location, address, and nearest intersection.

2. Scroll down to the bottom, and then select a category type.

3. Select a place.

 

4. Select Go!.

1 Searching Near Establishment

 

You can also search for nearby establishment by

selecting on the map screen and select Where Am I?.

Navigation

 

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Changing Your DestinationuSearching Near Establishment
Navigation

 

5. Select an option.

 

The following options are available:

Start New Route: Sets the location as your new destination.
Add as Next Stop: Sets the location as the next waypoint.
Add as Last Stop: Adds the location as your last destination.
Add to Active Route: Sets the location as the waypoint and edits the order of destinations in your route.
2 Adding Waypoints P. 90

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uuChanging Your DestinationuEntering a New Destination

Entering a New Destination

 

u Navigation u

Enter a new destination using the destination menu screen even when you are en route.

Select a search method to enter a new destination.
2 Entering a Destination P. 54

Select a place and then select Go!.
Select an option.

The following options are available:

Start New Route: Sets the location as your new destination.
Add as Next Stop: Sets the location as the next waypoint.
Add as Last Stop: Adds the location as your last destination.
Add to Active Route: Sets the location as the waypoint and edits the order of destinations in your route.
2 Adding Waypoints P. 90

Navigation

 

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting 100

Map, Voice, Entering Destinations 100

Traffic 101

Guidance, Routing 102

Update, Coverage, Map Errors 103

Display, Accessories 103

Miscellaneous Questions 104

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Map, Voice, Entering Destinations

 

Problem

Solution

The Startup Confirmation screen is displayed every

This is normal. The Startup Confirmation screen reminds you and your guest

time I start the car.

drivers to always operate the navigation system in a safe manner. The Startup

Confirmation screen goes off after a certain period of time, even if you do not

select OK.

The navigation system reboots by itself (returns to

A reboot can be caused by extreme temperatures or shock from bumpy roads, and

the opening screen).

does not necessarily indicate a problem. If this happens frequently, please see your

dealer.

How do I specify a destination when an entered city

Try selecting the destination directly from the map.

or street could not be found?

2 Map Input P. 71

How do I delete saved places?

1.

Press the

icon and then select Navigation >

> Saved >

> Delete

.

Saved Places

2.

Select saved places you want to delete.

3.

Select Delete.

4.

Select Delete.

I cannot hear the navigation system voice.

● Press the

icon. Select Navigation >

> Guidance Volume.

Turn up the

volume if it is low.

Adjust the volume using the volume knob during the voice guidance.
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uuTroubleshootinguTraffic

Traffic

Problem

Solution

Traffic information is missing or is not displaying

Verify the following:

properly. What is wrong?

● Traffic information relies on a clear signal. If signal strength is low, traffic data

may not be available.

● Check that the traffic feature is enabled.

2 Traffic P. 48

● It is possible that there is a temporary technical problem with your metropolitan

Troubleshooting

area traffic provider. You can call Honda Automobile Customer Service to see if

there is an outage.

2 Honda Automobile Customer Service Contact Information P. 108

● If the situation persists, see your Honda authorized dealer for assistance.

● Traffic information is available only in certain areas.

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Troubleshooting

uuTroubleshootinguGuidance, Routing

Guidance, Routing

 

Problem

Solution

The navigation system does not route me the same

The navigation system attempts to generate the optimal route. You can change the

way I would go or the same way as other mapping

route preferences used when calculating a route.

systems.

2 Calculation Mode P. 41

The street I’m on is not shown on the map screen.

The mapping database is constantly undergoing revision.

The vehicle position icon is not following the road.

● This is normal. The signals received from the GPS satellites are extremely weak

and can easily be interrupted or interfered as your vehicle travels near tall

buildings or in tunnels. Check your vehicle surroundings for anything that may be

blocking the reception.

If this happens frequently and there is no obstruction that is interfering the

reception, please see your dealer.

● Metallic tinting or other aftermarket devices can interfere with GPS reception.

Please consult your dealer.

2 GPS P. 106

How do I stop the map from rotating as I drive

1. Press the

icon and then select Navigation >

.

along?

2. Select Settings > Map and Vehicle > Driving Map View.

3. Check that Driving Map View is set to Track Up or 3D.

4. Select North Up and then select Save.

The “Arrival time” display sometimes increases

The “Arrival time” is based on the speed limit on each road. Depending on the

even though I am getting closer to my destination.

traffic conditions, the “Arrival time” may be calculated to be earlier or later.

My elevation (shown when I display the current

This is normal. The elevation can vary ±100 ft (30 m) due to GPS calculation errors.

position) seems to fluctuate even though my

2 GPS P. 106

elevation has not changed.

My elevation is missing on the “current position”

The elevation is only displayed if the GPS antenna can receive signals from at least

screen.

four satellites. Try moving the vehicle into an open area. The elevation is also not

displayed if the calculated elevation is zero or below sea level.

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uuTroubleshootinguUpdate, Coverage, Map Errors

Update, Coverage, Map Errors

Problem

Solution

My city is not part of a fully verified detailed

The mapping database is constantly undergoing revision.

coverage area.

Does the navigation system work outside North

The system contains maps for the United States of America, Canada, Mexico,

America?

Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Bahamas, French Guiana,

Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthelemy, and Jamaica. The navigation system

will not work in other countries.

2 Map Coverage P. 109

Display, Accessories

Problem

Solution

The display appears dim when starting the car in

This is normal. The display will become brighter after a few minutes.

really cold weather.

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uuTroubleshootinguMiscellaneous Questions

Miscellaneous Questions

 

Problem

Solution

My clock frequently changes forward and backward

The clock setting is automatically updated based on your GPS location. If you are

by one hour.

driving near a time zone border, the automatic update likely is the reason.

How do I change the interface language?

Select the

icon and then select Settings > System > Language.

Select the desired language for system language.

For more information, see the Owner’s Manual.

 

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Reference Information

System Limitations …………………………..

106

Legal Information ……………………………

110

GPS ………………………………………………

106

End User License Agreement …………….

110

Address Calculation …………………………

106

Database ……………………………………….

106

Customer Assistance ………………………..

108

Resolving Problems ………………………….

108

Obtaining a Navigation Update ………….

108

Honda Automobile Customer Service

Contact Information……………………….

108

Visiting Your Dealer …………………………

109

Map Coverage ………………………………..

109

Traffic Information …………………………..

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System Limitations

Reference Information

 

GPS

 

The signals received from GPS satellites are extremely weak (less than a millionth of the strength of a local FM station) and require an unobstructed view of the sky. The GPS antenna is located in the fin antenna. The signal reception can easily be interrupted or interfered with by the following:

Audio electronic devices mounted near the navigation unit
Trees, tall buildings, highway overpasses, tunnels, or overhead electrical power wires
GPS is operated by the U.S. Department of Defense. For security reasons, there are certain inaccuracies built into GPS for which the navigation system must constantly compensate. This can cause occasional positioning errors of up to several hundred feet (meters).

Address Calculation

 

The destination icon shows only the approximate location of a destination address. This occurs if the number of possible addresses is different from the number of actual addresses on a block. For example, the address 1425 on a 1400 block with 100 possible addresses (because it is followed by the 1500 block) will be shown a quarter of the way down the block by the system. If there are only 25 actual addresses on the block, the actual location of address 1425 would be at the end of the block.

Database

 

The digitized map database reflects conditions as they existed at various points in time before production. Accordingly, your database may contain inaccurate or incomplete data or information due to the passage of time, road construction, changing conditions, or other causes.

For example, some places/landmarks may be missing when you search the database because the name was misspelled, the place was improperly categorized, or a place/ landmark is not yet in the database. This is also true for police stations, hospitals, and other public institutions. Do not rely on the navigation system if you need law enforcement or hospital services. Always check with local information sources.

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The database does not include, analyze, process, consider, or reflect any of the following categories of information:

Neighborhood quality or safety
Population density
Availability or proximity of law enforcement
Emergency, rescue, medical, or other assistance
Construction work, zones, or hazards
Road and lane closures
Legal restrictions (such as vehicular type, weight, load, height, and speed restrictions)
Road slope or grade
Bridge height, width, weight, or other limits
Traffic facilities safety
Special events
Pavement characteristics or conditions
Every effort has been made to verify that the database is accurate. The number of inaccuracies you experience increases the longer you go without obtaining an updated map database.

Obtaining a Navigation Update P. 108
We assume no liability for any incident that may result from an error in the program, or from changed conditions not noted above.

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Reference Information

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Customer Assistance

Reference Information

 

Resolving Problems

 

If you run into a specific issue that you cannot resolve, consult the following help resources:

For navigation system issues:
2 Troubleshooting P. 100

Or, please contact your dealer.

For traffic-related issues:
2 Traffic P. 101

For reporting issues with the database or places/landmarks:
Visit
https://my.garmin.com/mapErrors/ report.faces

Or call Garmin OEM support directly at (855) 607-2536.
Obtaining a Navigation Update

 

Honda is continuously updating the navigation system and new software is usually made available on an annual basis. For information on navigation updates for your vehicle, please visit:

U.S.: hondanavi.navigation.com
Canada: www.honda.ca/owners/honda-services/navigation
You can also contact your Honda authorized dealer for further information regarding the update program available for your vehicle.

Honda Automobile Customer Service Contact Information

 

Honda Navi

American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Honda Automobile Customer Service Mail Stop 100-5E-8A 1919 Torrance Blvd. Torrance, CA 90501-2746 Tel: (800) 999-1009 Fax: (310) 783-3023

Honda Canada Inc.

Honda Customer Relations 180 Honda Blvd. Markham, ON L6C 0H9

Tel: (888)-9-HONDA-9

Hours: 8:00 am to 7:30 pm Mon to Fri (EST)

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Visiting Your Dealer

 

If you have a question that you cannot resolve using the available help resources, you can consult your dealer. Please identify the specific issue (e.g., error occurs when you enter a specific address, when driving on a certain road, or just when it’s cold) so that the service advisor can refer the issue to the factory so that a solution can be found. Be patient, the service advisor may be unfamiliar with your specific issue.

Map Coverage

 

The system provides maps for the United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Bahamas, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Barthelemy, and Jamaica. The navigation system will not work in other countries.

Traffic Information

 

Continuously updated traffic information is

available in major metropolitan areas across

contiguous United States and some cities in

Canada.

Reference Information

 

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Legal Information

Reference Information

 

End User License Agreement

 

The infotainment system you have purchased for your vehicle may contain a navigation solution (“Navigation Solution”). The software embedded in the Navigation Solution (the “Software”) is owned by the navigation solution provider or its subsidiaries (collectively, “Navigation Provider”). The map data that may be embedded in your Navigation Solution or downloaded separately (the “Map Data”) is either owned by the Navigation Provider, or by HERE North America LLC and/or its affiliates (“HERE”) or another third party and licensed to the Navigation Provider. The Navigation Provider also owns, or licenses from third party providers, information, traffic data, text, images, graphics, photographs, audio, video, images and other applications and data that may be embedded in the Navigation Solution, or downloaded separately (“Other Content”). The Map Data and Other Content are collectively the “Content”. The Software and Content (collectively, the “Navigation Provider Products”) are protected under copyright laws and international copyright treaties. The

Navigation Provider Products are licensed, not sold. The structure, organization and code of the Software are valuable trade secrets of the Navigation Provider and/or its third-party providers. The Navigation Provider Products are each provided under this License Agreement and are subject to the following terms and conditions which are agreed to by End User (“you” or “your”), on the one hand, and the Navigation Provider and its licensors and affiliated companies of the Navigation Provider and its licensors, on the other hand. The Navigation Provider’s licensors, including the licensors, service providers, channel partners, suppliers and affiliated companies of the Navigation Provider and its licensors, are each a direct and intended third party beneficiary of this Agreement and may enforce their rights directly against you in the event of your breach of this Agreement.

IMPORTANT: CAREFULLY READ THIS ENTIRE LICENSE AGREEMENT BEFORE PURCHASING OR USING YOUR NAVIGATION SOLUTION OR CONTENT. PURCHASING, INSTALLING, COPYING, OR OTHERWISE USING YOUR NAVIGATION

SOLUTION OR CONTENT CONSTITUTES YOUR ACKNOWLEDGMENT THAT YOU HAVE READ THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT AND AGREE TO ITS TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

License Terms and Conditions

The Navigation Provider grants you a limited, non-exclusive license to use the applicable Navigation Provider Product in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. You agree to use the applicable Navigation Provider Product for solely personal use, or if applicable, for use in your business’ internal operations, and not for service bureau, time-sharing, resale or other similar purposes. You agree not to otherwise reproduce, archive, copy, modify, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer or create derivative works of any portion of the Navigation Solution, and may not transfer or distribute it in any form, for any purpose, except to the extent permitted by mandatory laws. The Navigation Provider also reserves the right to discontinue offering any Content supplied by any third party supplier if such supplier ceases to supply such content or the Navigation Provider’s contract with such supplier terminates for any reason.

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Restrictions. Except where you have been specifically licensed to do so by Navigation Provider, and without limiting the preceding paragraphs, you may not use the Navigation Provider Products with any products, systems, or applications installed or otherwise connected to or in communication with vehicles, and which are capable of dispatch, fleet management or similar applications where the Content is used by a central control center in dispatching a fleet of vehicles. In addition, you are prohibited from renting or leasing the Navigation Provider Products to any other person or third party.

You agree to be fully responsible for your own conduct and content while using the Software and for any consequences thereof. You agree to use the Software only for purposes that are legal, proper and in accordance with this Agreement and any applicable policies or guidelines. By way of example, and not as a limitation, you agree that when using the Software, You will not:

upload, post, email or transmit or otherwise make available content that infringes any patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret or other
proprietary right of any party, unless you are the owner of the rights or have the permission of the owner to post such Content;

use the Software or other content for any illegal or unauthorized purpose; or
transmit any viruses, worms, defects, Trojan horses, or any items of a destructive nature.
In the event that you are located outside of the United States, you agree to comply with any laws, rules or regulations in your locale or in the location of your web server regarding online conduct and acceptable content, including laws regulating the export of data to the United States or your country of residence.

No Warranty. The Navigation Provider Products are provided to you “as is,” and you agree to use them at your own risk. The Navigation Provider and its licensors including the licensors, service providers, channel partners and suppliers, and affiliated companies of Navigation Provider and its licensors, make no guarantees, representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, arising by law or

otherwise, including but not limited to, content, quality, accuracy, completeness, effectiveness, reliability, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, usefulness, use or results to be obtained from the Navigation Provider Products, or that the Content or server will be uninterrupted or error-free. The Navigation Provider Products are intended to be used only as supplementary travel aids and must not be used for any purpose requiring precise measurement of direction, distance, location or topography. THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER MAKES NO WARRANTY AS TO THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF THE MAP DATA OR OTHER CONTENT.

Disclaimer of Warranty. THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER AND ITS LICENSORS, INCLUDING THE LICENSORS, SERVICE PROVIDERS, CHANNEL PARTNERS, SUPPLIERS AND AFFILIATED COMPANIES OF THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER AND ITS LICENSORS, DISCLAIM ANY WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF QUALITY, PERFORMANCE, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NONINFRINGEMENT OF THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER PRODUCTS. NO ORAL OR

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WRITTEN ADVICE OR INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER OR ITS SUPPLIERS AND LICENSORS SHALL CREATE A WARRANTY, AND YOU ARE NOT ENTITLED TO RELY ON ANY SUCH ADVICE OR INFORMATION. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES IS AN ESSENTIAL CONDITION OF THIS AGREEMENT. Some States, Territories and Countries do not allow certain warranty exclusions, so to that extent the above exclusion may not apply to you.

Disclaimer of Liability. THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER AND ITS LICENSORS, INCLUDING THE LICENSORS, SERVICE PROVIDERS, CHANNEL PARTNERS, SUPPLIERS AND AFFILIATED COMPANIES OF THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER AND ITS LICENSORS, SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU: IN RESPECT OF ANY CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION, IRRESPECTIVE OF THE NATURE OF THE CAUSE OF THE CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION ALLEGING ANY LOSS, INJURY OR DAMAGES, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, WHICH MAY RESULT FROM THE USE OR POSSESSION OF THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER PRODUCTS; OR FOR ANY LOSS OF PROFIT, REVENUE, CONTRACTS OR

SAVINGS, OR ANY OTHER DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF YOUR USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER PRODUCTS, ANY DEFECT IN THE CONTENT OR INFORMATION, OR THE BREACH OF THESE TERMS OR CONDITIONS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION IN CONTRACT OR TORT OR BASED ON A WARRANTY AND WHETHER RESULTING FROM THE USE, MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER PRODUCTS OR FROM DEFECTS OR ERRORS IN THE APPLICATION, EVEN IF GARMIN OR ITS LICENSORS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THE NAVIGATION PROVIDER’S AND ITS LICENSORS’ TOTAL AGGREGATE LIABILITY WITH RESPECT TO ITS OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT OR OTHERWISE WITH RESPECT TO THE APPLICATION OR THE CONTENT SHALL NOT EXCEED $1.00. Some States, Territories and Countries do not allow certain liability exclusions or damages limitations, so to that extent the above may not apply to you.

ANY CONTENT OR MATERIAL DOWNLOADED OR UPLOADED OR OTHERWISE OBTAINED THROUGH THE SOFTWARE IS DONE AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION AND RISK. YOU WILL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICE OR ANY LOSS OF DATA THAT MAY RESULT FROM THE DOWNLOAD OR UPLOAD OF ANY SUCH CONTENT OR MATERIAL OR THE USE OF THE SOFTWARE.

Predictive Routing. Your Navigation Solution may have a “predictive routing” feature called myTrends that identifies your driving routines. If it does have this feature, when your device predicts a route, it will display your estimated time to destination and relevant traffic information regarding the predicted route. Information related to your driving routines would be accessible to any other person who uses your device. If you do not want your device to predict your routes or display information related to predicted routes, you may turn off myTrends by accessing your navigation system’s Settings menu.

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Disclaimer of Endorsement; Change of Content Providers. Reference to any products, services, processes, hypertext links to third parties or other Content by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, supplier or otherwise does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation by the Navigation Provider or its licensors. Product and service information are the sole responsibility of each individual vendor. The HERE name and logo, the HERE and HERE ON BOARD trademarks and logos, and other trademarks and trade names owned by HERE North America LLC may not be used in any commercial manner without the prior written consent of HERE. Content providers may be changed by the Navigation Provider during the term of this Agreement, and your experience with the Content provided by a new provider may not duplicate your experience with the previous Content supplier.

Export Control. You agree not to export from anywhere any part of the Content or any direct product thereof except in compliance with and with all licenses and

approvals required under, applicable export laws, rules and regulations.

Legal Compliance. You represent and warrant that (i) you are not located in a country that is subject to a U.S. Government embargo, or has been designated by the U.S. Government as a “terrorist supporting” country, and (ii) you are not listed on any U.S. Government list of prohibited or restricted parties.

Indemnity. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold the Navigation provider and its licensors, including the respective licensors, service providers, channel partners, suppliers, assignees, subsidiaries, affiliated companies, and the respective officers, directors, employees, shareholders, agents and representatives of the Navigation Provider and its licensors, free and harmless from and against any liability, loss, injury (including injuries resulting in death), demand, action, cost, expense, or claim of any kind or character, including but not limited to attorney’s fees, arising out of or in connection with any use or possession by you of the Navigation Provider Products.

Map Data. Use of the Map Data is subject to certain restrictions and/or requirements imposed by third party suppliers and/or governmental or regulatory authorities, and in the case of HERE Data, as further set forth at http://corporate.navteq.com/ supplier_terms.html.

Term. This Agreement is effective until such time as (i) if applicable, your subscription term is either terminated (by you or by the Navigation Provider) or expires, or (ii) Navigation Provider terminates this Agreement for any reason, including, but not limited to, if the Navigation Provider finds that you have violated any of the terms of this Agreement. In addition, this Agreement shall terminate immediately upon the termination of an agreement between the Navigation Provider and any third party from whom the Navigation Provider (a) obtains services or distribution necessary to support the Navigation Provider Products, or (b) licenses Content. You agree, upon termination, to destroy all copies of the Content. The Disclaimers of Warranty and Liability set out above shall continue in force even after any termination.

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Entire Agreement. These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between the Navigation Provider and its licensors, including the licensors, service providers, channel partners, suppliers and affiliated companies of the Navigation Provider and its licensors, and you pertaining to the subject matter hereof, and supersedes in their entirety any and all written or oral agreements previously existing between us with respect to such subject matter.

Governing Law.

(a) For European Union HERE Data

The above terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of the Netherlands, without giving effect to (i) its conflict of laws provisions, or (ii) the United Nations Convention for Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, which is explicitly excluded. You agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the Netherlands for any and all disputes, claims and actions arising from or in connection with the HERE Data provided to you hereunder.

For North American HERE Data and other non-European Union HERE Data
The above terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of Illinois, without giving effect to (i) its conflict of laws provisions, or (ii) the United Nations Convention for Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, which is explicitly excluded. You agree to submit to the jurisdiction of Illinois for any and all disputes, claims and actions arising from or in connection with the HERE Data provided to you hereunder.

For disputes, claims and actions not related to the HERE Data
The above terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of Kansas, without giving effect to (i) its conflict of laws provisions, or (ii) the United Nations Convention for Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, which is explicitly excluded. You agree to submit to the jurisdiction of Kansas for any and all disputes, claims and actions arising from or in connection with the Application or Content. Any translation of this Agreement

from English is provided as a convenience only. If this Agreement is translated into a language other than English and there is a conflict of terms between the English version and the other language version, the English version will control.

Map Data Government End Users. If End User is an agency, department, or other entity of the United States Government, or funded in whole or in part by the U.S. Government, then use, duplication, reproduction, release, modification, disclosure or transfer of the Map Data is subject to restrictions as set forth in DFARS 252.227-7014(a)(1) (JUN 1995) (DOD commercial computer software definition), DFARS 27.7202-1 (DOD policy on commercial computer software), FAR 52.227-19 (JUN 1987) (commercial computer software clause for civilian agencies), DFARS 252.227-7015 (NOV 1995) (DOD technical data – commercial items clause); FAR 52.227-14 Alternates I, II, and III (JUN 1987) (civilian agency technical data and noncommercial computer software clause); and/or FAR 12.211 and FAR 12.212 (commercial item acquisitions), as applicable. In case of conflict between

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any of the FAR and DFARS provisions listed

herein and this License Agreement, the

construction that provides greater

limitations on the Government’s rights shall

control. The contractor/manufacturer is

HERE North America LLC, 425 West

Randolph Street, Chicago, Illinois 60606

USA.

HERE is a trademark in the U.S. and other

countries. All other company names and

trademarks mentioned or referenced in this

documentation are the properties of their

respective owners. All rights reserved.

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Voice Commands

Voice Commands 118

Navigation Commands 118

List of Categories 120

117

Voice Commands

Voice Commands

 

Navigation Commands

 

The system only accepts these commands on a map/guidance screen.

Voice Portal Commands
Navigation

Navigation Commands
Show Map

Go Home

Find Place

Find Address

Find City

Find Intersection

Saved Places

Recent Places

Stop Route

Detour

Other Commands
Back

Next

Previous

Cancel

Yes

No

Go

Start New Route

Add to Active Route

Change Country

Along Route

Near Destination

Near Current Location

Line Number Commands
1

2

3

4

5

Category Commands
Restaurants

Everyday Life

Banks & ATMs

Rest Areas

Attractions

Medical Care

Shopping

Gas Stations

Parking

Art & Entertainment

Recreation

Transit

Lodging

Sub Category Commands

All Restaurants

Browse By Style

Barbecue

Coffee and Tea

Delis

Donuts and Baked Goods

Fast Food

Fish and Seafood

Grills

Pizza

Steakhouses

Wine, Beer, and Liquor

All Everyday Life

Auto Services

Car Washes

Colleges and Universities

Community Services

Convenience Store

Fitness and Gyms

Laundry Services

Libraries

118

Voice CommandsuNavigation Commands
Places of Worship

Post Offices

Schools

Veterinary Clinics

All Attractions Amusement Parks Event Centers Historical Landmarks Museums and Galleries Offbeat Places Parks and Gardens Tourist Information Wineries and Breweries Zoos and Aquariums

All Medical Care

Hospitals

Doctor Offices

Pharmacies

All Shopping

Books, Music, and Movies

Clothing and Accessories

Computers and Electronics

Convenience Store

Department Stores

Florists and Gifts

Grocery Stores

Home and Garden

Housewares

Office Supply and Shipping

Pharmacies

Shopping Centers

Sporting Goods

Wine, Beer, and Liquor

All Art & Entertainment

Bars and Pubs

Casinos

Movie Theaters

Museums and Galleries

Nightclubs

Performing Arts

All Recreation

Amusement Parks

Bowling Center

Camps and Retreats

Golfing

Skiing and Winter Sports

Sport Centers

Stadiums and Tracks

All Transit

Airports

Bus Stations

Car Rental

Ferry Terminals

Transit Service

Truck Stops

Train Stations

Travel Agents

All Lodging

Bed and Breakfast or Inn

Campground or RV Park

Hotel or Motel

Voice Commands

 

119

List of Categories

Restaurants

Everyday Life

Recreation

Barbecue

Fish and Seafood

Auto Services

Laundry Services

Amusement Parks

Skiing and Winter Sports

Coffee and Tea

Grills

Car Washes

Libraries

Bowling Center

Sport Centers

Delis

Pizza

Colleges and Universities

Places of Worship

Camps and Retreats

Stadiums and Tracks

Donuts and Baked Goods

Steakhouses

Community Services

Post Offices

Golfing

Fast Food

Wine, Beer, and Liquor

Convenience Store

Schools

Medical

Care

Shopping

Fitness and Gyms

Veterinary Clinics

Doctor Offices

Pharmacies

Books, Music, and Movies

Home and Garden

Art & Entertainment

Hospitals

Clothing and Accessories

Housewares

Bars and Pubs

Museums and Galleries

Transit

Computers and Electronics

Office Supply and Shipping

Casinos

Nightclubs

Airports

Train Stations

Convenience Stores

Pharmacies

Movie Theatres

Performing Arts

Bus Stations

Transit Service

Department Stores

Shopping Centers

Attractions

Car Rental

Travel Agents

Florists and Gifts

Sporting Goods

Major Attractions

Offbeat Places

Ferry Terminals

Truck Stops

Voice

Grocery Stores

Wine, Beer, and Liquor

Amusement Parks

Parks and Gardens

Gas

Stations

Lodging

Event Centers

Tourist Information

Banks & ATMs

Commands

Bed and Breakfast or Inn

Hotel or Motel

Historical Landmarks

Wineries and Breweries

Parking

Campground or RV Park

Museums and Galleries

Zoos and Aquariums

Rest Areas

120

Index

Symbols

D

d Button…………………………………..

5, 11, 17

Data Reset……………………………………………

51

a Icon ……………………………………..

3, 7, 30

Detour …………………………………………………

89

Display Mode Settings…………………………..

30

Numbers

Driving to Your Destination ………………….

75

L

Legal Information 110

Location History 49

M

3D Map 35

A

About 50

Adding Waypoints 90

Avoidances 42

C

E

Editing the Route 91

Entering a Destination 54

Categories 67

Map Input 71

myTrends™ 70

myTrips 69

Recents 68

Saved 68

Map and Vehicle

…………………………………. 33

Map Coverage ……………………………………

109

Map Layer ……………………………………………

37

Map Legend…………………………………………..

6

Map Operation…………………………………….

82

Map Screen ………………………………………….

75

Icon…………………………………………………….

6

Map Theme………………………………………….

36

Map Tools ……………………………………………

83

Map View…………………………………………….

35

 

Calculating the Route…………………………..

72

Search Tools ……………………………………….

60

Entering a New Destination ………………….

97

Calculation Mode…………………………………

41

Cancel Route ……………………………………….

10

G

Categories

List of Categories ………………………………

120

Go Home ……………………………………………….

8

Changing Your Destination ………………….

94

Guidance Volume Settings…………………….

32

Changing Your Route…………………………..

88

Custom Avoidances………………………………

43

H

Customer Assistance …………………………..

108

Home Location …………………………………….

18

HOME Screen …………………………………………

3

Honda Customer Service ……………………..

108

myMaps……………………………………………….

38

myTrips

Creating…………………………………………….

26

Deleting …………………………………………….

29

Editing ………………………………………………

27

N

Navigation …………………………………………..

40

North Up ……………………………………………..

35

Index

121

 

Index

O

Off-Road Breadcrumbs 79

P

Personal Information 18

Predicted Destination 70

S

Satellite Status 47

Saved Locations 19

Deleting 24, 25

Editing 22

Saving 19

Setting

About 50

Data Reset 51

Display Mode Settings 30

Guidance Volume 32

Location History 49

Map and Vehicle 33

Navigation 40

Personal Information 18

Traffic 48

Start-up 16

Stopping the Route 88

System Limitations 106

T

Track Up 35

Traffic

Setting 48

Traffic Information 80

Troubleshooting 12, 100

U

Update System Software

Map Updates 39

Obtaining Update Data 108

V

Vehicle Selection 34

Voice Commands

Basic Operation 5

Voice Commands List 118

Voice Control System 17

Voice Control Operation 11

Voice Recognition 17

122

 

Owner’s Manuals at:

owners.honda.com (U.S.)

honda.ca (Canada)

31THR830

2021 Honda Odyssey Navigation Manual

NM-13379

00X31-THR-8300

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Printed in U.S.A.

 

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