Honda batteries are sometimes overlooked when it comes to repairing or maintaining your car with genuine OEM parts. So why is it important to have the right battery, and how much is a replacement for your Honda battery?
Your battery provides electrical power to your vehicle’s starter and fuel system as you go to start your vehicle. It also supplies electricity when the engine is off to power onboard electronics, such as the door locks, entry lighting, clock, and security system. While the engine is running during Morgan Hill drives, the battery also cushions sensitive onboard electronics from spikes in current or voltage. If you’re experiencing any of these problems, you’ll want to come to us for Honda battery service or replacement.
A Honda Genuine Battery, purchased from a Honda dealer, is covered for 100 months. For the first 36 months, we’ll replace a defective battery with no cost for the battery, labor, or installation. For the remaining 64 months, you will receive a credit toward the purchase of a new battery according to its age and based on the then-current retail price.
Honda dealerships strive to offer the same things people choose a Honda vehicle for, including reliability, dependability, and value. The Parts and Service Department is committed to earning your loyalty every time you visit our Sunnyvale-area dealership and helping you prolong the life of your vehicle.
Dealership Parts and Service personnel are trained professionals and are continually provided leading-edge customer service, process, and technical training. Combine that with up-to-date technical resources, specialized processes, and specific tools for your exact model and year, and you’ve got the right people to help make maintaining your Honda as satisfying as owning it. Have questions about your battery? Need to know the Honda Civic battery price for your specific year? Reach out, we’re happy to answer any questions from Santa Clara-area drivers!