They did that cool hand drawn video about the greaser and the motorcycle racers?
"Take on me".
Still one of the top 10 videos of all time.
I'm beginning to think Aha Radio is a dead/dying feature for Honda. The list of Honda vehicles on Aha's website is at least two years out of date. Like I say, my 2016 CR-V had the Aha app built in.This capability requires the HondaLink Aha app be installed on phone rather than the plain HondaLink version. The description of this app states that it only works with HondaLink 1st generation and lists several 2013&14 Honda models but not the Ridgeline 2G as I assume it does not have the 1st generation of HondaLink. Therefore, I am doubtful (without having tried it) that it will work. Perhaps Honda will put out a new version of their HondaLink Aha app which supports additional HondaLink versions. I will try asking them and get back if I get an answer.
If you like the award winning original video, you'll enjoy the literal version:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HE9OQ4FnkQI know. And I feel so... silly? Like I missed out, because I never saw it in my youth. And MTV was actually a music video channel that showed such things. Like Hall and Oates.
I'm beginning to think Aha Radio is a dead/dying feature for Honda. The list of Honda vehicles on Aha's website is at least two years out of date. Like I say, my 2016 CR-V had the Aha app built in.
Honda has a video explaining how to use the built-in Aha Radio app on a 2016 Pilot. My brother's 2016 Civic Touring had Aha Radio as well, but neither my 2017 Ridgeline or Civic Si do - even though the Ridgeline's system is the "same" as the Pilot's and my 2017 Civic Si's system is the "same" as the 2016 Civic Touring's. Perhaps Honda ended support for Aha Radio with 2016 models?