Honda is teaming up with Verisk Analytics on a new feature that tells you how you’re driving. Driver Feedback, available through HondaLink®, senses how you drive and offers suggestions to improve efficiency and minimize wear and tear.
The all-new Driver Feedback feature is available for eligible Honda owners who have at one point had HondaLink®. Qualifying vehicles include the 2018 and newer Honda Accord Touring; 2019 and newer Honda Passport Touring and Elite; and 2019 and newer Honda Pilot Touring, Elite and Black Edition.
Driver Feedback uses data to generate a Driving Score, which according to Verisk Analytics is based on five different factors: Smooth Driving, Consistent Driving, Driving Time, Speed Responsibility and Time Behind the Wheel. Monitoring everything from the time of day to speed and braking, Driver Feedback provides tips to help improve your behavior behind the wheel. By following the advice given, you could find yourself becoming a more fuel-efficient and risk-averse driver.
Though Verisk Analytics uses the data to determine your Driving Score, it’s worth noting that no personal information is shared with a third party without your authorization. Opting in to the Driver Feedback feature is entirely at your discretion, and you can just as easily opt-out as you please.
Driver Feedback is yet another way Honda is working to provide a more connected experience. Experience innovation and excitement firsthand by checking out the Honda lineup at Russell Honda in Sherwood, Arkansas.
Already a consistent favorite amongst full-size SUV drivers, the 2019 Honda Pilot makes this advanced SUV more appealing than ever before. Boasting design upgrades, powertrain improvements, and more cutting-edge technology options, the 2019 Pilot is an easy pick for drivers looking for a truly elevated SUV experience. Read on to learn more about what’s new with the 2019 Honda Pilot.
The 2019 Honda Pilot features a more aggressive, boldly sculpted exterior that speaks to the enhanced capability of this advanced SUV. A chiseled hood and striking LED headlamps make a lasting impression while a contoured body and bright 20-inch alloy wheels are sure to turn plenty of heads.
For the 2019 model year, the Pilot received significant improvements to its nine-speed automatic transmission, offering a driving experience that is even more confident, engaging, and exhilarating.
Finally, the 2019 Pilot is equipped with impressive technology options, including available 4G LTE in-car Wi-Fi, a larger Rear Entertainment System, and a new touchscreen audio display with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. The comprehensive Honda Sensing® driver assist suite is also now standard on all Pilot model and includes Collision Mitigation Braking System™, Road Departure Mitigation System™, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Keep Assist System.
For more information about the 2019 Honda Pilot, be sure to stop into Russell Honda.
Honda is reaching new milestones. In particular, the brand recently announced that it has one million vehicles with Honda Sensing® technology on the road right now in the US. Offering next-generation driver-assist safety technology, Honda Sensing® is an unparalleled system. Helping you to reduce damage and claim rates, this technology is the future of driving.
According to Honda, the brand will be providing Honda Sensing® technology standard on all 2022 model-year vehicles. The IIHS, Highway Loss Data Institute, and Honda recently worked together to publish scientific studies to show that Honda Sensing® is incredibly effective in reducing damage to other vehicles and property, and it can even reduce claim rates. Believe it or not, claim rates drop an average of 28% with Honda Sensing®.
“Honda dreams of a collision-free mobile society and the Honda Sensing technology has a crucial role to play in advancing us toward that goal,” said Henio Arcangeli, Jr., senior vice president of the American Honda Automobile Division. “With the rapidly growing population of Honda vehicles applying these technologies, we hope to significantly reduce collisions involving Honda vehicles within the next three to four years.”
Where To Find It
The Honda Sensing® suite includes technologies such as Collision Mitigation Braking System, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Road Departure Mitigation, and Adaptive Cruise Control. You can find this suite standard on current models like the Clarity, the Accord, and the Insight.
If you’d like to know more about the Honda Sensing® technology, ask our team of technicians here at Russell Honda.