HONDA CLARITY FUEL CELL 2020 Navigation Manual (in English)
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The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd., reserves the right,
however, to discontinue or change specif ications or design at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation.
The GPS antenna is located in the dashboard . Metallic fr
or side window tinting can seriously degrade or obstruct GPS reception.
Signal noise from devices such as radar detectors, vehicle tracking d e
vices, remote starters, and additional amplifiers can dis rupt the navigation system. If you
install any such item, install it away from the navigation display and antenna.
Important Safety Information
Avoid focusing on the screen or manually operating the system controls while driving.
Certain on-screen controls are disabled when driving, however most of t he voice co
ands continue to function. Pull to the side of the road if you need to devote
more attention and time to look at the screen or access additional menus.
Route guidance may conflict with street closures, road construction, detour
s, and out-of-date map data.
The system itself may also have limitations. Verify route information by carefully observing roads, signs, and signals. Always use your own judgment and
System Limitations P. 124
NOTICEThis vehicle’s navigation display, if so equipped, includes mercury-containing com ponents. Upon removal, please reuse, recycle, or dispose of as hazardous waste.
Clean the screen with a soft, damp cloth. You may use a mild cleaner intended for use on navigation screens.
Using the navigation system while driving can take your
attention away from the road, causing a crash in which you
could be seriously injured or killed.
Only operate system controls when the conditions permit you
to safely do so.
00X31-TRT-8300 2020 Clarity Fuel Cell Navigation Manual NM-10397
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2System Setup P. 15Start-up 16 Voice Control System 17 Personal Information 18 Display Mode Settings 26
Map & Vehicle 28 Navigation 36 Traffic 45Other Settings 46
Data Reset 52
2 Navigation P. 53Entering a Destination 54 Calculating the Route 75 Driving to Your Destination 78 Map Operation 82
Changing Your Route 92 Changing Your Destination 96
2 Other Features P. 109About Apps Menu 110 Information Functions 111
2Troubleshooting P. 117Troubleshooting 118
2Reference Information P. 123System Limitations 124 Customer Assistance 126 Legal Information 128
2Voice Commands P. 131Voice Commands 132 List of Categories 134
Quick Reference GuideP. 2
System Setup P. 15
Navigation P. 53
Other Features P. 109
Reference Information P. 123
Voice Commands P. 131
Index P. 135
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Quick Reference Guide
Quick Reference Guide
Overview—Functions at a Glance
NavigationYou can select any place/landmark as a destination by using the touchscreen. The navigation system gives you
turn-by-turn driving directions to your destination.
Store home address (P18)
1 home address.
Track route (P78)
Follow your route in real-time with voice guidance.
Store contacts (P19)
Store locations to use as the destination.
Enter destination (P54)
Select your destination using several methods.
Select route (P76)
Set route preferences and select one of the available routes.
Avoid certain areas (P39)
Set streets and areas to detour around.
Add waypoints (P95)
Add “pit stops” along your route. Traffic Information
View and avoid congestion and traffic incidents.
*: Available only in certain areas.
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Quick Reference GuideHOME Screen
The system displays various functions from the HOME screen. Press the (Home) icon at any time to return to the main HOME scree n.
Navigation Top Screen
Display the map screen and operate the navigation features. From the HOME screen, select and then press the (Back) icon. The
navigation top screen is displayed.
Display the HOME screen.
Increase or decrease the audio volume. (Menu)
Display the map menu. (Back)
Go back to the previous screen.
Switch between Day and Night modes
manually.Display the map screen.
Display the navigati on feature that was
used the last time.
At start-up, the navigation top screen is
GPS signal strength (P115)Display the satellites’ status.
Where To? (P54)Select search methods to enter a destination for
Apps (P110)Display the useful functions incorporated into the
View Map (P6)Display the map screen.
Settings (P15)Change the settings for the navigation
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Quick Reference GuideTouchscreen Operation
You can operate the system using your finger on the touchscreen.
The touchscreen can be operated if you are wearing thin gloves, but it may be more difficult for the system to respond.
Touch the screen lightly with your finger to select an option on the
Lightly sweep your finger side to si de or up and down to scroll a list
You can change the touchscreen sensitivity setting. 2 Refer to the Owners Manual.
Move your finger slowly across the screen to scroll the map.
Open or close your fingers on the screen in a pinching motion to
zoom in or out of the map.
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Quick Reference GuideHow to Enter Information
You can enter information (e.g., city names, street names, numbers, and symbols) when prompted on the input screen.
Using Voice Commands
When you see in this manual, voice commands are available for
The system recognizes only certain commands.
Available navigation voice commands (P132)
Press the (Talk) button, and sa y the letter, number, or symbol
(e.g., say “ 1”).
If a voice command is not recognized, a list is displayed with
On list screens:
Say the number of the list item (e.g., say “ Three” to select
Say “Main menu” to return to the voice command menu
Say “Back ” to return to the previous screen.
Say “Page Up ” to scroll up one page.
Say “Page Down ” to scroll down one page.
Say “Exit ” to end the voice command function.
Using the Touchscreen
Select a character or icon on the screen to select it.
Select to remove the last entered character.
Select to remove all entered characters.
Select to display upper/lower case characters.
Select to enter a space character.
Select to display other types of characters.
Select to change the keypad language.
On input search screens, the suggested search terms are
displayed. Select to displa y a list of possible entries.
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Quick Reference GuideMap Screen Legend
The color of the map is different depending on the selected Map Theme.
Map operation icons
(P82)Map menu (P83)
Current vehicle position Streets Landmark icons
Traffic incident icons Traffic flow indicator
Traffic is flowing
normally.Traffic is slightly
Traffic is heavily
congested or stopped.
Searching specific category (P54)
Traffic has not
Map buttons (P33)
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Quick Reference GuideDuring Route Guidance
During route guidance, route information is displayed on the map screen.
You can see the detailed information on the turn information screen.
Next guidance indicator
Distance to the next guidance point and street name of
next guidance point.
Where To? (P54)
Speed limit Cancel route
Street name of next
Distance to next guidance point
Estimated time to
next guidance point
Select this key to scroll
Day or Night Mode
Press the (Display Mode) icon to
manually switch between Day and
The next guidance point appears on
the Driver Information Interface (DII).
Day ModeNight Mode
Street name of next
Next driving maneuver is
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Quick Reference GuideNavigation—Home Addresses and Going Home
The “Home” feature automatically routes you to your home address from any location simply by selecting Go Home.
You can store one home address. (P18)
The order of the steps may change depending on the map data loaded on your system.
Storing Your Home Address
a Select .
cPress the (Menu) icon and then
select Set Home Location .
dSelect Enter My Address .
eSelect Search All .
fEnter a house number and then select
gEnter a street and then select Done.
hSelect a street from the list.
If the select city screen is displayed,
select a city.
iSelect an address from the list.
cSelect Go Home.
Alternatively, you can say
“Navigation ” and then “ Go
Home ” from any screen.