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Thanks for the honest opinion. Never noticed much of an issue on the Clarity without splash guards anyway.
Got the same email yesterday. Pretty lame to advertise a vehicle that isn't available over much of the country.
I know I'd buy one to avoid running cables near an airbag. Manufacturers should jump onboard and start putting USB ports on the backs of rear...
Not sure of the availability in Canada, but the Chrysler Pacifica PHEV is another option. Not exactly a sedan, but an awesome road trip vehicle.
Nissan needs to give up on CHAdeMO, and go with CCS. Would make charging so much simpler.
Yep, I'd be willing to bet a Telsa owner than I could put 300 miles of range into my Clarity faster than they can. :)
Hopefully, it's just growing pains for the network. Hardly ever see a gas pump inoperative.
Well, that does it for me. I'll run Sport mode 100% of the time now.
Yep, look down a couple of posts: https://www.insideevsforum.com/community/index.php?threads/android-10-and-hondalink.6728/
Good drinking game: Take a drink everytime Alex says 'In America'.
Was down to 1/2 tank of petrol in the Honda Clarity, so I filled it up. Took 3.42 gallons of 100% gas (87 octane) for a total cost of $8.01.
I forgot to mention on my earlier post that I did uninstall/reinstall the Hondalink app after I finished the Android 10 update. Perhaps there is...
Using a 16gb SanDisk, formatted FAT32. Works perfectly, and I don't even have to do the unplug thing that Danks mentioned. It picks right up...
Outside of CA, the best option to get a PHEV is to give up on Honda and buy a Chrysler Pacifica PHEV. Those are readily available in all 48 states.
Just tested all menus in HondaLink and everything is working. It correctly shows my car in my garage when I click on find my vehicle. Was able...