Wow this is much better than the one supplied with the car.
Indeed it is! And there are clickable page links in the PDF. It is much longer and therefore might cover all features. But the printed version has some color in it and this PDF is strictly grey scale - how strange.Wow this is much better than the one supplied with the car.
Just wait for when they're ready to bring out augmented reality. It will go a long way to improving our overall experience. Some people require an in-person like walk through and can't always depend on a print manual.Wow this is much better than the one supplied with the car.
What mgldan said. All the info is there.The owner's manual is available on PDF too:
Owner's Manual | 2019 Honda Insight | Honda Owners Site
I appreciate print materials as much as anyone, but the PDF is text-searchable, hyperlinked throughout, and easier to share on the forum than the print one.
If you're on a Mac, press command-F while the PDF is open. A text field will appear that you can type any words you like into. If you're on Windows, use control-F instead of command-F.Will you please tell me how the downloaded manual may be searched ?
Also, when I download the manual I get a PDF file that does not let me click on a page number and be immediately taken to that page. The manual I view on-line allows me to do that.
Since some of us might be interested in some sort of Cloud service to store and access our documents anywhere, I found onedrive and gdrive to be great for opening PDF's, searching and highlighting. Not all PDF apps work as smooth. To note, this is my experience using an Andriod device.Thank you, thank you mgldan
I had been opening in WPS-Writer
Opening with Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. or with Google Chrome give me the searchable as well as the page clickable features
I've worked with computers for years, but on the Internet I learn something new every day
Merry Christmas to you, you deserve it
P.S. I tried to get my question answered by phoning American Honda Support. The girl I spoke with became surly and said I was asking for them to supply me with a tailored file !!
Totally agree that a hardcopy is a must have! Since you're already online with this forum, you might also want to consider downloading a copy of the PDF version of the manual. The link is in the following thread, where it's mentioned that the 'searchability' and hyperlinks really help to quickly find what you need.I ordered the hard copy owners manual that is free from Honda, took about 3 weeks to get it. I suggest it if you don't want to have a computer or smart phone to get info, you can use it anywhere there is light. I am 73 and don't want to mess with smartphones. You are right about the Insight taking some getting used to. These forums are a big help.
While the Owners GUIDE in your link comes printed with the vehicle (75 pages), it contains much less info than the Owners MANUAL (675 pages), as Mr. Natural mentioned.Hi I have a 2019 Honda Insight and i'm looking at the manual about how to change the engine oil.
It's on page 65/75 for the pdf.
How do you get the “free” copy? I’m within the 6 months but when using the link you provided, it’s saying the manual costs $50.While the Owners GUIDE in your link comes printed with the vehicle (75 pages), it contains much less info than the Owners MANUAL (675 pages), as Mr. Natural mentioned.
The Owners Manual PDF can be found at this link, or you can request a physical copy of the full manual at this link. The PDF copy is helpful for quick searches/reference.
The physical copy is 'free' if requested within the first 6 months of purchase.
There should be an area that prompts you to enter your VIN at/before checkout. If it doesn't prompt for VIN, try THIS HONDA LINK instead. Alternately, you could call Helm at 800-782-4356 (M-F 8AM - 6PM EST) to make the request. You should be able to tell them the VIN and get free copy mailed to you.How do you get the “free” copy? I’m within the 6 months but when using the link you provided, it’s saying the manual costs $50.