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As you read this manual, you will find Information that is preceded 
by a symbol 

. This information is intended to help you avoid 

damage to your vehicle, other property, or the environment.

Symbols 

 or 

 on labels attached to your vehicle are 

to remind you to read this owner’s manual for proper and safe 
operation of your vehicle.

 or 

 is colour-coded to indicate “danger” (red), “warning” 

(orange), or “caution” (amber).

2

Safety Labels

 P. 103

A Few Words About Safety

Your safety, and the safety of others, is very important. And 
operating this vehicle safely is an important responsibility.

To help you make informed decisions about safety, we have 
provided operating procedures and other information on labels and 
in this manual. This information alerts you to potential hazards that 
could hurt you or others.

Of course, it is not practical or possible to warn you about all the 
hazards associated with operating or maintaining your vehicle. You 
must use your own good judgement.

NOTICE

You will find this important safety information in a variety of forms, 
including:

Safety Labels 

- on the vehicle.

Safety Messages 

- preceded by a safety alert symbol 

3

 and 

one of three signal words: 

DANGER

WARNING

, or 

CAUTION

.

These signal words mean:

Safety Headings 

- such as Important Safety Precautions.

Safety Section 

- such as Safe Driving.

Instructions 

- how to use this vehicle correctly and safely.

This entire book is filled with important safety information - please 
read it carefully.

3

DANGER

You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if 
you don’t follow instructions.

3

WARNING

You CAN be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if 
you don’t follow instructions.

4 3

WARNING

You CAN be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if 
you don’t follow instructions.

3

CAUTION

You CAN be HURT if you don’t follow 
instructions.

Event Data Recorders

Your vehicle is equipped with several devices commonly referred to 
as Event Data Recorders. They record various types of real time 
vehicle data such as SRS airbag deployment and SRS system 
components failure.
This data belongs to the vehicle owner and may not be accessed by 
anyone else except as legally required or with the permission of the 
vehicle owner.
However this data may be accessed by Honda, its authorised 
dealers and authorised repairers, employees, representatives and 
contractors only for the purpose of the technical diagnosis, 
research and development of the vehicle.

Service Diagnostic Recorders

Your vehicle is equipped with service-related devices that record 
information about powertrain performance and driving conditions. 
The data can be used to help technicians diagnose, repair and 
maintain the vehicle. This data may not be accessed by anyone else 
except as legally required or with the permission of the vehicle 
owner.
However this data may be accessed by Honda, its authorised 
dealers and authorised repairers, employees, representatives and 
contractors only for the purpose of the technical diagnosis, 
research and development of the vehicle.

Owner's Manual Application Terms and Conditions

General
This application allows your Display Audio to automatically search 
for owner's manual updates that are specific to your vehicle and 
Display Audio every time the power mode of the vehicle is set to 
ON. This application periodically transmits a limited amount of 
vehicle and device information to our servers: Vehicle Identification 
Number (VIN), Display Audio hardware serial number, preferred 
language, Internet Protocol (IP) address, transaction log (alerts for 
or views of updates, update downloads and installation, usage of 
the owner's manual application), etc. When the application finds 
an update from the server, it prompts you to download and install.

When your Display Audio searches our servers for updates, we will 
automatically provide you with the opportunity to update the 
owner's manual. We will also maintain a log of the updates that are 
installed on our servers.

Your Personal Data
Should the aforementioned information transmitted to Honda 
constitute personal information in your region, please note that this 
information will be treated in strict accordance with the rules and 
regulations outlined in this notice as well as applicable data 
protection law.

The terms of our privacy policy are incorporated into these terms by 
reference and your use of system updates will be subject to the 
privacy policy. Our privacy policy sets out information about how we 
and any named third parties will process any personal data we collect 
from you or that you provide to us, via the utility. (See the Honda 
website (

) for further details.)

Honda collects, uses, and stores your personal data for the reasons 
set out below:
Where necessary for Honda's legitimate interests, as listed below, 
and where our interests are not overridden by your data protection 
rights.
 to deliver owner's manual updates to you;
 to allow us to improve and optimize the owner's manual 
application and services;
 to respond to user questions and complaints; and for internal 
record keeping.

Protecting our legitimate business interests and legal rights. This 
includes, but is not limited to, use in connection with compliance, 
regulatory, auditing, legal claims (including disclosure of such 
information in connection with legal process or litigation) and other 
ethics and compliance reporting requirements

Honda will also convert personal data into anonymous data and 
use it (normally on an aggregated statistical basis) for uses such as 
market research and analysis, to improve the owner's manual, to 
analyze trends, and to assess the success of software update 
releases. Aggregated personal information does not personally 
identify you or any other use of the owner's manual.

Honda may share this data with Honda's world wide support 
organization or affiliated Honda companies or other third parties 
engaged by Honda for the purposes of rendering support services 
in connection with system support.

System Updates Terms and Conditions

General
This application allows your Display Audio to automatically search 
for Honda software updates that are specific to your Display Audio 
and its connected devices (initially every one (1) week via Wi-Fi or 
every four (4) weeks via Telematics Control Unit (TCU), queries may 
occur more or less frequently due to internet outages, retries, direct 
user action, WAP push from the server or a change in query policy 
on the Honda servers). This application periodically transmits to our 
servers a limited amount of vehicle and device information (Vehicle 
Identification Number (VIN), the Model Type (MT) Identification 
Number, Hardware and Software Part Number, Serial Number, 
Software Version, preferred language, Internet Protocol (IP) 
address, Transaction Log (alert or update viewing, update 
download and installation, Software status), etc.). When the 
application finds an update from the server, the application initially 
asks for the download and install. The download and install 
functions can be configured automatic through the setting and can 
change the setting to manual in the later time.

When your Display Audio searches our servers for updates or alerts, 
we will automatically provide you with the opportunity to update 
your devices or transmit the update or alert directly to your Display 
Audio. We will also maintain a log of the updates or alerts that are 
installed on our servers.

Your Personal Data
Should the aforementioned information transmitted to Honda 
constitute personal information in your region, please note that this 
information will be treated in strict accordance with the rules and 
regulations outlined in this notice as well as applicable data 
protection law.

The terms of our privacy policy are incorporated into these terms by 
reference and your use of system update will be subject to the 
privacy policy. Our privacy policy sets out information about how we 
and any named third parties will process any personal data we collect 
from you or that you provide to us, via the utility. (See the Honda 
website (

) for further details.)

Honda collects, uses and stores your personal data for the reasons 
set out below:
Where necessary for Honda's legitimate interests, as listed below, and 
where our interests are not overridden by your data protection rights.
 to deliver the system update and related services to you;
 to allow us to improve and optimize the system update products 
and services;
 to respond to user questions and complaints; and for internal 
record keeping.

Protecting our legitimate business interests and legal rights. This 
includes, but is not limited to, use in connection with compliance, 
regulatory, auditing, legal claims (including disclosure of such 
information in connection with legal process or litigation) and other 
ethics and compliance reporting requirements

Honda will also convert personal data into anonymous data and 
use it (normally on an aggregated statistical basis) for uses such as 
market research and analysis, to improve the system update, to 
analyze trends and to assess the success of software update 
releases. Aggregated personal information does not personally 
identify you or any other use of the system update.

Honda may share this data with Honda's world wide support 
organization or affiliated Honda companies or other third parties 
engaged by Honda for the purposes of rendering support services 
in connection with system support.

Contents

This owner’s manual should be considered a permanent part of the 
vehicle and should remain with the vehicle when it is sold.

This owner’s manual covers all models of your vehicle. You may find 
descriptions of equipment and features that are not on your 
particular model.

Images throughout this owner’s manual represent features and 
equipment that are available on some, but not all, models. Your 
particular model may not have some of these features.

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 specifications 
or design at any time without notice and without incurring any 
obligation.

Although this manual is applicable to both right-hand and left-hand 
drive models, the illustrations contained in this manual mainly refer 
to the left-hand drive models.

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Safe Driving 

P. 39

For Safe Driving P. 40

Seat Belts P. 45

Airbags P. 57

2

Instrument Panel 

P. 105

Indicators P. 106

Gauges and Displays P. 154

2

Controls 

P. 171

Locking and Unlocking the Doors P. 172

Tailgate P. 186

Operating the Switches Around the Steering Wheel P. 197
Interior Convenience Items 
P. 
235

Climate Control System P. 247

2

Features 

P. 253

Audio System P. 254

Display Audio P. 256

Emergency Call (eCall) P. 369

2

Driving 

P. 375

Before Driving P. 376

Towing a Trailer P. 380

When Driving P381

Multi-View Rear Camera

*

 P. 521

Multi-View Camera

*

 P. 523

2

Maintenance 

P. 577

Before Performing Maintenance P. 578

Service Reminder System

*

 P. 582

Checking and Maintaining Wiper Blades P. 604
Climate Control System Maintenance 
P. 
621

2

Handling the Unexpected 

P. 633

If a Tyre Goes Flat P. 634

Handling of the Jack P. 647

Indicator, Coming On/Blinking P. 655

Fuses P. 662 Emergency Towing P. 671

If You Cannot Open the Tailgate P. 674

2

Information 

P. 675

Specifications P. 676

Identification Numbers P. 678

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Quick Reference Guide

Visual Index

Left-hand Drive Type

a

System Indicators 

(P106)

Gauges 

(P154)

Driver Information Interface 

(P156)

b

Immobilizer System Indicator/Security 
System Alarm Indicator 

(P121)

c

POWER Button 

(P197)

d

Honda Parking Pilot Button

*

 

(P537)

e

Brightness Control 

(P257)

f

Audio System 

(P254)

Navigation System

()

 See the Navigation System Manual

g

Hazard Warning Button

h

Seat Heater Buttons 

(P246)

i

Climate Control System 

(P247)

j

Rear Demister 

(P213)

k

Steering Wheel Adjustments 

(P214)

l

Side Camera Mirror System Screen 

(P221)

7

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 Referenc

e Guide

Right-hand Drive Type

a

System Indicators 

(P106)

Gauges 

(P154)

Driver Information Interface 

(P156)

b

POWER Button 

(P197)

c

Side Camera Mirror System Screen 

(P221)

d

Steering Wheel Adjustments 

(P214)

e

Seat Heater Buttons 

(P246)

f

Rear Demister 

(P213)

g

Climate Control System 

(P247)

h

Hazard Warning Button

i

Audio System 

(P254)

Navigation System

()

 See the Navigation System Manual

j

Brightness Control 

(P257)

k

Honda Parking Pilot Button

*

 

(P537)

l

Immobilizer System Indicator/Security 
System Alarm Indicator 

(P121)

*

 Not available on all models

Visual Index

8

Quick

 Referenc

e Guide

a

Headlights/Turn Signals 

(P201, 202)

Front Fog Lights 

(P204)

Rear Fog Lights 

(P204)

Side Camera Mirror System Button 

(P224)

b

Paddle Selector (−) 

(P395)

c

Paddle Selector (+) 

(P395)

d

Wipers/Washers 

(P210)

CAMERA Button

*

 

(P524)

e

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Low 
Speed Follow Buttons 

(P447)

f

Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) Button 

(P467)

Interval Button 

(P459)

g

Heated Steering Wheel Button

*

 

(P245)

h

Horn (Press an area around 

.)

i

 (Home) Button 

(P156, 261)

j

Left Selector Wheel 

(P156, 261)

k

Audio Remote Controls 

(P261)

l

Hands-Free Telephone System Buttons 

(P344)

Voice Control Buttons 

(P265)

9

Quick

 Referenc

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Left-hand Drive Type

a

Driver’s Front Airbag 

(P59)

b

Passenger’s Front Airbag 

(P59)

c

Glove Box 

(P238)

d

Accessory Power Socket 

(P243)

AC Power Outlet

*

 

(P244)

USB Ports 

(P259)

HDMI

TM

 Port 

(P260)

e

Drive Mode Switch 

(P393)

f

Electric Parking Brake Switch 

(P500)

Automatic Brake Hold Button 

(P504)

g

Single Pedal Control Switch 

(P399)

h

Shift Button 

(P386)

i

Interior Fuse Box 

(P665)

j

Bonnet Release Handle 

(P592)

k

Side Camera Mirror System Controls 

(P222)

Master Door Lock Switch 

(P183)

Power Window Switches 

(P194)

*

 Not available on all models

Visual Index

10

Quick

 Referenc

e Guide

Right-hand Drive Type

a

Driver’s Front Airbag 

(P59)

b

Side Camera Mirror System Controls 

(P222)

Master Door Lock Switch 

(P183)

Power Window Switches 

(P194)

c

Bonnet Release Handle 

(P592)

d

Interior Fuse Box 

(P665)

e

Shift Button 

(P386)

f

Single Pedal Control Switch 

(P399)

g

Drive Mode Switch 

(P393)

h

Electric Parking Brake Switch 

(P500)

Automatic Brake Hold Button 

(P504)

i

Accessory Power Socket 

(P243)

AC Power Outlet 

(P244)

USB Ports 

(P259)

HDMI

TM

 Port 

(P260)

j

Glove Box 

(P238)

k

Passenger’s Front Airbag 

(P59)

11

Quick

 Referenc

e Guide

a

Side Curtain Airbags 

(P67)

b

Map Lights 

(P236)

c

Map Lights Switch 

(P236)

d

Seat Belts 

(P45)

e

Grab Handle

f

Sun Visors
Vanity Mirrors 

g

Map Lights 

(P236)

Ultrasonic Sensor OFF Button

*

 

(P191)

Tilt Sensor OFF Button

*

 

(P192)

SOS Button 

(P371)

h

Centre Camera Mirror System

*

 

(P215)

Rearview Mirror

*

 

(P220)

i

Front Seat 

(P227)

j

USB Ports 

(P259)

k

Side Airbags 

(P65)

l

Rear Seat 

(P230)

m

Seat Belt (Installing a Child Restraint 
System) 

(P96)

Seat Belt to Secure a Child Restraint 
System 

(P98)

n

Lower Anchorage Points to Secure a Child 
Restraint Systems 

(P91)

o

Luggage Area Light 

(P237)

*

 Not available on all models

Visual Index

12

Quick

 Referenc

e Guide

a

Maintenance Under the Bonnet 

(P591)

b

Windscreen Wipers 

(P210, 604)

c

Side Camera Mirror System 

(P221)

Side Turn Signal Lights 

(P202, 600)

d

Door Lock/Unlock Control 

(P175)

e

Tyres 

(P609, 634)

f

Headlights 

(P201, 600)

Position/Daytime Running Lights 

(P201, 205, 600)

Front Turn Signal Lights 

(P202, 600)

g

Front Fog Lights 

(P204, 600)

h

Lid Open Button 

(P566, 571)

i

How to Charge 

(P566, 571)

13

Quick

 Referenc

e Guide

a

High-Mount Brake Light 

(P601)

b

Rear Wiper 

(P212, 607)

c

Multi-View Rear Camera

*

 

(P521)

Multi-View Camera

*

 

(P523)

d

Opening/Closing the Tailgate 

(P186)

Tailgate Outer Handle 

(P187)

e

Rear Licence Plate Lights 

(P201, 601)

f

Back-Up Lights 

(P601)

Rear Fog Light 

(P204, 601)

g

Taillights 

(P201, 600)

Brake Lights 

(P600)

Rear Turn Signal Lights 

(P202, 600)

*

 Not available on all models

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How the Electric Vehicle Works

Instead of using gasoline to power an internal combustion engine, your vehicle uses stored electricity to power an electric propulsion motor.
As with a gasoline powered vehicle, the efficiency of an electric vehicle (and the vehicle’s range) is most impacted by the driver’s driving 
style. Climate control system usage also has a strong impact with heavy usage negatively affecting the vehicle’s range.
There are two types of batteries used in this vehicle, a standard 12-volt battery that powers the airbags, the interior and exterior lights, and 
other standard 12-volt systems, and a high voltage lithium ion battery that is used to power the propulsion motor and recharge the 12-volt 
battery.
When the power mode is set to VEHICLE OFF, recharging will be suspended for about three days if the power mode remains on VEHICLE 
OFF.

Charging the High Voltage Battery

You can recharge the High Voltage battery using a standard household outlet or at a public charging station.

(P 562)

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Electric Vehicle Precautions

High Voltage Components, High Voltage Cables and High Temperature 
Components

Electric vehicles have high voltage components (about 650 V maximum) such as the power control unit, High Voltage battery, high voltage 
cables (identified by their orange covers), electric motor, and high temperature parts such as the radiator. Labels with handling warnings 
are attached to these components.

WARNING

This vehicle has high voltage circuits and 
parts. Failure to observe the following 
precautions can result in burns or electric 
shock.

Do not remove, disassemble, or replace 
the high voltage parts, cables (orange) or 
their connectors.

Never touch the High Voltage battery 
service plugs.

In an emergency or during maintenance or 
repair, the service plugs are removed to cut 
off the electric flow from the battery. These 
plugs are in contact with the battery and 
can cause severe electric shock if not 
handled properly.
Only a qualified technician should handle 
any electrical equipment. For inspection 
and repair, consult a dealer.

DC/DC Converter

A/C Compressor

d

 Charge Lid

High Voltage Battery

Label

a

 IPU Coolant Reserve Tank

Power Control Unit

Electric Motor

a

 IPU Coolant 

Reserve Tank

b

 PCU Coolant Reserve Tank

c

 High Voltage Battery 

Service Plug Lid

A/C Heater

c

 High Voltage 

Battery Service Plug Lid

b

 PCU Coolant 

Reserve Tank

d

 Charge Lid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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