Right, I know about the camera. But the light would have been much easier I think. I was just reading about the 2015 Honda Fit which has the BSD system and the camera, and was wondering why the Accord wouldn't have the light. Well maybe on the 2015.All the Accords EX-L and above (as far as I know) have a passenger side mirror camera that shows the blind spot. But there's no light or beeper or anything. It's visual inspection only. It's called Honda LaneWatch.
This is true, but I've found that even with the mirrors properly adjusted, there is an area on the driver's side that I can't see. Maybe it's just the way I have my seat adjusted, but the B pillar blocks part of the area I would typically see in my peripheral vision. I noticed it a few times while merging onto a highway, so I decided to put a wedge mirror on the driver's side. I also did the passenger's side while I was at it, but am finding it to be redundant so I'll probably just take it back off.Properly aimed mirrors minimize the blind spot. IMO the Lanewatch camera beats an idiot light any day.
Blind spots can be manually detected if your mirrors are properly aimed. See http://www.wikihow.com/Set-Rear‐View-Mirrors-to-Eliminate-Blind-Spots. No need for cameras or little lights on the mirror. It takes a while to get used to the new setup if you have had them incorrectly aimed forever, but once you're used to them, you'll never use the lane watch camera again or have to crane your neck around to check the blindspot.I am having trouble finding if the 2014 Accord COUPE EX-L With Navi has the Blind Spot detection system. The little light in the mirror that lights up when there is someone in the blind spot.
Does the accord have this feature?