Coin Tray or Box?

Discussion in 'Clarity' started by 714hello, Jun 1, 2018.

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  1. 714hello

    714hello Member

    I just got my Clarity and notice there is no coin tray? If not, where do you put your coins?
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  3. Timothy

    Timothy Active Member

    What are these 'coins' that you speak of?
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  4. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member Subscriber

    We keep a coin purse in our center console.
  5. leehinde

    leehinde Active Member

    That middle tray is getting a lot of stuff that was spread out more on my Civic Hybrid. I can think of at least two cubbies that are missing. I put my change in an old Altoids tin in the middle tray.

    The space under the gear selector is almost useless for anything besides the phone. Lots of space, not much use.. (for me, so far, ymmv, etc.)

    What I'm really missing is the gear shifter that I hung the trash bag on...
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  6. KenG

    KenG Member

    Drivers side door handle!

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  8. jdonalds

    jdonalds Well-Known Member

    We use an Altoids box
  9. KentuckyKen

    KentuckyKen Well-Known Member

    Jdonalds, our resident MacGyver of the Clarity! Well played, sir, well played.
  10. M.M.

    M.M. Active Member

    What's wrong with putting your change in the cupholders? That's what I've done in most of my previous vehicles.

    In fact, the little fold-down tab thingy means you can put a moderate-sized cup in and it won't even be sitting on top of the change. It's like it's designed that way!
  11. Steven B

    Steven B Active Member

    Driver's side door handle also. Mints and charge station RFIDs. Really don't know why Honda left these features out. Yeah, they are less aero, but who really pays attention to the aerodynamic efficiency of the climate control system!
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  13. 714hello

    714hello Member

    I wish there was a small pull out tray or cubby to stash my change and emergency cash. The center storage box doesn't even have a sliding tray like most cars. The tray below the gear selector is too big and a waste of space. I wish it was a double decker, one on top of the other. Spare change on bottom tray and my phone on top.
  14. AnthonyW

    AnthonyW Well-Known Member

    Have you thought about the small pockets on the backside of each of the front seats?

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  15. 714hello

    714hello Member

    @Anthony..That might be a good idea!!!! I cover up the back pockets with kick mats so it's also hidden..perfect
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  17. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member Subscriber

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  18. Tangible

    Tangible Active Member

    With EZ-Pass for tolls and parking meters that take credit cards, I find little use for coins in the car.
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  19. megreyhair

    megreyhair Active Member

    I put the change in the cup holder. They are way too deep for normal thermos and travel mugs
  20. Tangible

    Tangible Active Member

    The cup holders have a pull-down shelf that makes them shallower. Good for shorter cups, bad for coins.
  21. CaryLyn

    CaryLyn New Member

    I completely relate! I proudly sewed a fabric trash bag for my new car, only to realize (Ugh!) there's nothing to hang it on. My kids and hubby had a good laugh :)
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  22. Tangible

    Tangible Active Member

    The traditional gear selector isn’t only good for hanging trash bags; it’s also really good for selecting gears. Every driver in the world understands the P-R-N-D-L interface, just as every typist understands QWERTY. These may not be the most logical ways to arrange things, but they’re universal and therefore not worth replacing.

    Clarity, give us back our shift lever/trash bag hooks!
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  23. loomis2

    loomis2 Well-Known Member

    I agree with you that Honda is trying to fix something that wasn't broken, but I am seeing this push button selector in more and more Honda cars. They are all-in on this.
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