Buyer beware of not being able to access Navi while moving
By froggers on
2014 Honda Accord Touring V-6 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
Turned in 2011 leased Honda Accord V6 and picked up the 2014.
Everything is really outstanding except for the navigation system.
We were not aware or advised that it cannot be fully accessed while the car is in motion.
This is really bad, since the passenger is disallowed as well.
The voice commands don't work well for us, and it's a lot more distracting.
This is a real deal breaker for us, and I won't be getting any more Honda's, unless this changes.
The menu system is a lot worse than the 2011 model and a lot more difficult to navigate through the commands with a lot more extra steps.
Also the center console has less storage space and is less convenient.
Allow full access to the navigation system while in motion.
Cut down on the steps required for navigation input etc.
The older system was so much simpler and use friendly.
I know people complained about too many buttons, but they are a lot faster than cycling through a menu system, plus it had a "go back" feature, which is lacking or hard to find.
Just not very user friendly and step backwards.
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