These are the worst infotainment systems of all time
“Acura Infotainment Dual Screen, they have now replaced (thank goodness). It’s bad in every way. My experience with this system has made me a staunch critic of touchscreen climate controls, and I actually forbid any family members from buying a car with them. .
“We had a 2007 mdx, and to replace it, I suggested to my parents that we should buy the next generation MDX, which at the time (fall 2016) only had a nine-speed transmission. new speed. A few days later, they randomly went to buy one without me or my sisters trying it out. If I had seen the infotainment system first, I would have dragged my parents out of the dealership.
“Things are simply different, the climate control system is located on the bottom touch screen. The screen responds slowly, lags and dims randomly. It takes about 15-20 seconds for the screen to start working after the car starts. Every function in the screen opens a window, which then needs to be closed if you want to do anything else, like control Bluetooth or the radio. For some reason they can’t be controlled using the top screen and the click wheel. The temperatures are controlled by a switch but they are super slow and changing the temperature takes seconds. This system is designed by pandas.
“Then there is the rest of the infotainment system. It’s also bad. Navigating is difficult and the click wheel is a horribly slow way to control the map. Bluetooth is unreliable and takes a long time to connect. God forbid you try to do that on the go. The system not only locks you while you’re on the go, but it also stops the process and forces you to restart, something that happens with many other functions. The clock, the ONLY clock on the vehicle, is located on the upper display. If you turn off the upper display, your watch is gone. The font is classic Honda and all the graphics are attractive. Surrounded by absolutely garbage.”
This sounds like a nightmare!
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