What is the Warranty Coverage on a Honda Battery?
Batteries on Honda Accord, Honda Civic, and other Honda models are built to last. But what’s the warranty coverage on a Honda battery? Every Honda battery comes with a 100 month limited warranty. If the battery is defective within the first 36 months of ownership, then a complimentary replacement will be given to Seattle or Redmond drivers. That’s right: You won’t have to pay for parts, installation, and labor fees on a new Honda battery!
Honda Battery Warranty Coverage After 36 Months
If your battery is defective after 36 months, you can expect credit toward the purchase of a new battery. The credit works at these rates:
- 37-45 months: 60%
- 46-55 months: 50%
- 56-65 months: 40%
- 66-75 months: 30%
- 76-85 months: 20%
- 86-95 months: 10%
- 96-100 months: 5%
You are responsible for installation and labor fees after 36 months of ownership.
Get a Honda Battery at Honda of Kirkland Today!
If you simply need a new Honda battery, contact or visit our Seattle-area parts department. If you’re looking for battery replacement services, explore our service specials to maximize your savings. Contact us to set up an appointment, or to ask further questions about Honda battery warranty coverage or your Honda recommended maintenance schedule.
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