Keep Your Eyes On Road With Honda’s Head-Up Display
How to Use the Head-Up Display In Your Honda
The latest Honda vehicles are more technologically advanced than ever. One feature that has become highly desirable and which you may be quite impressed by is the head-up display. In fact, this particular feature can kind of make you feel like you’re in the cockpit of a fighter jet, as it displays important vehicle information through the windshield ahead of you.
To best enjoy this feature, we’re here to show you how to use the head-up display in your Honda and how you can get the most out of the technology. In this case, we’re focusing on the 2018 Honda Accord, though you may find the head-up display on other Honda models.
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How to Turn On/Off and Adjust the Head-Up Display
In order to start using the head-up display, you’ll need to make sure the feature is turned on. It most likely already will be, but just in case it’s not, you can turn the head-up display on or off by pressing the HUD button to the lower left of the steering wheel.
Once it’s turned on, there are several ways you can adjust the display to match your preferences. For example, you can use the up and down arrows to the lower left of the steering wheel to adjust the height at which the display projects on the windshield. Moreover, you can adjust the brightness of the display by pressing and holding that same HUD button for two seconds, and then use the arrows to adjust the display brightness.
We also can’t forget that you can change which information you want displayed, from adaptive cruise control to turn-by-turn navigation directions. This can all be done by accessing the HUD button on the right side of the steering wheel.
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