Driving Position Memory System

U.S. V6 models, and Canadian EX-L and V6 models with navigation system

Your vehicle has a memory feature for the driver’s seat position.

Seat, except for power lumbar, position can be stored in separate memories. You select a memorized position by pushing the appropriate button or using the appropriate remote transmitter (Driver 1 or Driver 2).

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