What Does the Honda Hybrid Warranty Cover?
Hybrid vehicle technology is one of the great innovations in the history of the automotive industry. It allows people to have the range offered by gasoline-powered vehicles while also using relatively very little fuel while driving. It’s a significant middle step before we see the introduction of pure electric vehicles. When someone is interested in a Honda hybrid vehicle, they are often curious about the warranty protections available for the complex technology. Let’s take a closer look at what the Honda hybrid warranty covers.
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Honda Hybrid System Warranty
When we describe the hybrid system used by some popular Honda models like the Accord and CR-V, we keep it simple. However, the truth of the matter is that quite a few components fall under the hybrid system category. The manufacturer’s warranty lasts for eight years or 160,000 km, whichever occurs first.
The systems covered by this warranty include:
- Motor Stator
- Motor Rotor
- DC-DC Converter
- Motor Control Module
- Battery Assembly
- Motor Power Inverter Module
- Battery Condition Monitor Module
- Voltage Converter Module
How Does the Warranty Work?
Taking advantage of the warranty’s protections is as simple as coming into the Bannister Honda Service Department. If you notice there is a problem with your Honda hybrid vehicle’s battery system, like slow or inconsistent charging, or even something as simple as a warning light activating, it’s important to make an appointment with us as soon as possible. Our team will take a look at the problem, and if the issue falls under the requirements of the warranty program, the parts and labour required to fix the problem will be free of charge.
Additionally, if a recall is issued by the manufacturer regarding the hybrid system, that work would also be covered for free.
The professionals at the Bannister Honda Service Center are always available to help keep your Honda vehicle (of any kind) running like new. Make an appointment with us, today.