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2016 Honda Pilot Cross Traffic Monitor

This video will describe a new driver-assistive feature exclusive to the Pilot Elite trim—the cross traffic monitor*. It can come in very handy when backing out of a parking spot in a crowded parking lot or when backing out of a driveway onto a busy street. When in reverse gear with the multi-angle rearview camera in any viewing mode, the driver is alerted to a detected vehicle with an audio alert and amber arrows on the vehicle’s rearview camera display. The side-to-side warning distance extends up to about 82 feet from each side of the rear of the vehicle.

*Always visually confirm that it is safe to drive before backing up, as the rearview camera and cross traffic monitor may not provide complete information about conditions at the rear of your vehicle. Monitor cannot detect all objects behind or to the side of a vehicle and may not detect a given object; system accuracy will vary based on weather, size of object, and speed. Driver remains responsible for safely operating vehicle and avoiding collisions.



2016 Honda Pilot Car Wash Mode

For owners of the Pilot Touring or Elite trims it’s very important to learn how to set Car Wash Mode to avoid possible damage to the vehicle. This video discusses the importance of knowing how to set Car Wash Mode and gives step-by-step instructions on how to set it before entering a conveyor-type of car wash. Very Important!



2016 Honda Pilot Aha™ App

This video discusses the benefits of the Aha* application that is built right into the head unit of Pilot EX and above trims. Aha turns your favorite Internet content into personalized, on-demand radio stations. Listen to just about anything you want, including Internet radio of virtually every music genre, podcasts and audio books—and new sports and talk-radio programs.



2016 Honda Pilot Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Tire Fill Assist

This video will familiarize you with Pilot’s convenient new Tire Pressure Monitoring System* with Tire Fill Assist. It not only displays which tire is low on air, it actually shows you what the air pressure (PSI) is for each tire. And when refilling the tire with air, it flashes the parking lights and sounds an audible beep to let you know when the tire has reached the prescribed air pressure.