Every new Honda vehicle comes standard with a powertrain warranty to cover the engine, transmission, and drivetrain systems, and a basic warranty to cover everything else. The Honda battery warranty is part of the Basic Warranty and provides coverage for 3 years or 36,000 miles. If you purchase a replacement battery from your Honda dealer, it’s covered by a Honda 100-month battery warranty coverage includes OEM replacement parts and expert service at your local Lynn certified Honda dealership.
Honda Basic Warranty: Every new Honda is covered, including the 12-volt battery, for 3 years or 36,000 miles. Tires are warranted separately. Basic coverage with extended coverage on selected components.
Honda Powertrain Warranty: The powertrain (engine, transmission, and drivetrain) in your new Honda is covered for 5 years or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Honda Replacement Battery Limited Warranty: A replacement battery is covered by a Honda 100-month battery warranty when you purchase from your Honda dealer parts center.
Between your basic warranty coverage and the Honda battery warranty, you receive 100 months of battery coverage. During the first 3 years of ownership, your Honda battery is covered under the Honda Limited (Basic) Warranty. A certified Honda service center will replace a defective battery at no cost — for the battery, labor, or installation.
For the remaining 64 months (5 years and 4 months), you are covered under the Honda 100-Month Battery Warranty, which provides credit toward the purchase of a replacement battery (based on the then-current battery retail price). During this period, responsibility for the labor and installation changes falls to the driver.
With normal driving in Burlington, you can expect a Honda battery to last between 2 and 5 years. Some factors — like extreme weather, and leaving a car parked for extended periods — can cause battery power to deplete faster than average.
Keeping up with your Honda vehicle’s recommended maintenance schedule is the best way to keep your car in top condition and prevent battery issues from developing or worsening. Other steps you can take to extend battery life include always turning off the headlights at the end of your drive, and not using electronics while your car is idle. Avoiding short drives when possible also helps prevent battery drain, because your battery doesn’t get the chance to fully charge if you’re only driving for a few minutes.
As you decide on auto insurance and warranty coverage for your new Honda, it’s important to learn as much as you can about all kinds of coverage, including optional add-ons like Gap Insurance. Questions about specific service and parts coverage under your Honda warranty? Contact us at Honda North to speak with an expert.
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