honda post delivery survey and personal settings worksheet

Discussion in 'Clarity' started by Johnhaydev, Aug 2, 2018.

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  1. Purchased my clarity 1 week ago. just completed the survey. gave them 10/10 for just about everything. However I did mention that body plugs were not installed and that car had a full tank of gas but wasn't charged. they asked me if I was given a personal settings worksheet. I didn't get one. I'm curious if others received it at delivery. It looks like a nice 'read this first' type of instruction sheet. copy is below

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  3. weave

    weave Active Member

    Nope. Never saw that. The sales rep just offered to pair my phone (I declined) and set the door unlock behavior. That's it.
  4. Carro con enchufe

    Carro con enchufe Active Member

    I did get it, but plugs weren’t installed. They also promised mud guards, wheel locks, nitrogen tires, and trunk cargo net, but I still don’t have any of them, though they promise they will get them by my first service.
  5. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member

    I'm curious, is there any way to tell if your tires are filled with nitrogen instead of just air? I doubt it has an identifiable odor because so much of the atmosphere is nitrogen. Hopefully, if your dealer says they didn't already fill your tires with nitrogen, they don't plan to fake it.
  6. KentuckyKen

    KentuckyKen Well-Known Member

    Let’s see how badly my dealer did:
    No Pre Delivery Inspection sheet (they’re still looking for it)
    Can’t tell me how long the car sat with out charging or even if they charged it at all
    No Personalized Setting Worksheet
    Car not charged at delivery
    Plugs not installed
    Tire pressure not corrected
    And I bet they still billed Honda for the 1.4 hours of the PDI
    Car gets an A+, dealer gets a D-.
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  8. rodeknyt

    rodeknyt Active Member

    Most tire places put green valve caps on when they fill with nitrogen.
  9. bpratt

    bpratt Active Member

    Check your tire pressure to make sure all tires are the same. Then park you car so the tires on one side are in direct sunlight on a hot day. Let you car sit for an hour or two and check your tire pressure again. If they contain air the tire pressure on the sun side will be 2 to 3 pounds higher. If they contain nitrogen, the pressure will be 1/4 to 1/2 pound higher on the sun side.
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  10. ClarityDoc

    ClarityDoc Active Member

    The difference between air and nitrogen is negligible, as noted by Edmund's and others. Likely a waste of time and money.
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  11. ClarityPHEVer

    ClarityPHEVer Member

    I did not get a copy, but my salesperson used it to do the settings for me. Wish I got a copy for that second page though!
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