too bad I can't give you my unused presets.Programming my 2019 for fm presets and I think after about 10-12 I was not able to add any more. Does anyone know if there is a way to add more? The manual doesn’t specify a limit.
Psh, NYC has like 4 or 5 stations and they all play the same crap. I barely use the radio anymore, often the same song is on all 4 at the same time! Streaming for us, and that's besides the fact my phone speaker has better sound then the radio.I’m in Toronto and can easily fill 12+ spots with Rock/Pop stations. I could use a couple more spots but not a big deal.
That does seem odd, since the 2018 Accord owners manual says you can store 12 AM/FM stations.This is really odd -- the 2018+ Accord doesn't seem to have any limit to the number of stations that can be stored, so I'm not clear why Honda would remove functionality for more expensive models.
As to the question of how many is enough -- as many as you want. It takes so little memory to store a station, that even having hundreds stored should be inconsequential. Honda doesn't have to make the choice, as we aren't talking about hard buttons here, and the station presets should scroll indefinitely.
It might just be my mistake, then. I got rid of the car a few weeks ago, but could've sworn that there wasn't a limit on the number of stations that could be programmed. Thanks for the clarification.That does seem odd, since the 2018 Accord owners manual says you can store 12 AM/FM stations.
Is this without Android Auto or Apple CarPlay in use? I didn't realize that the car had its own voice commands!I would agree if this was 5 or 6 years ago, and I can see where more presets could be nice. but with voice control, the presets are more for the wife than for me. The Honda is my vehicle, she drives a Nissan.
"Tune to" followed by a radio channel number for Am/Fm stations and "Channel" followed by either the Siris/XM channel name or number and I'm on the channel I want to be. I never bothered to learn the voice commands for the 2013 Pilot I had as it seem finicky, but with the 2020 touring it has been both accurate and responsive.