There is no exact answer to the question of how long a standard car battery will last as that depends on a number of environmental factors along with other circumstances, but generally speaking a car battery typically lasts between two and five years. In colder climates you may reach the higher end of that estimate as high temperatures and humidity will drain the battery’s lifespan sooner.
It is recommended to get your battery tested every year after the second year of it being installed. Automobile dealerships, like DCH Paramus Honda, have the best tools to do a performance check and reserve capacity check of your battery.
Proper battery care also affects the duration of your battery’s life expectancy. It is best to have the battery always fully charged, so be vigilant to not leave any interior or exterior lights on or have any accessories plugged in after you turn the vehicle off.
Even though there is typically no warning as to when your car battery will die, which sometimes can be at the worst possible place and time, the good news is that if you buy a Honda replacement battery (OEM) from a Honda dealership in the United States it will come with a warranty to help ease your mind.
During the first 36 months of service a defective replacement battery will be replaced at no cost for the battery, labor or installation. For the remaining 64 months you will receive a pre-rated credit towards the purchase of the battery based on the then-current retail price, but responsible for the labor or installation charges: