Honda Battery Service
Battery Replacement in Eugene
Winter is the most likely season for your car or truck battery to die. Get ready for winter and every other season with a free Honda car battery check and battery replacement for your Honda car or SUV. Take on winter’s challenge with our seasonal battery replacement and check-up deals. Schedule service today to get your Honda battery checked or replaced.
Summer’s excessive heat is hard on car batteries and can lead to even further complications come winter. If you live in an area with extreme seasonal weather changes, you could end up stuck with a dead battery. The seasons can be brutal on your vehicle, and at your Eugene Honda dealership we take care to offer a complete package of tools and expertise to perform your vehicle’s battery maintenance just in time for winter. Visit our Honda Service Center at Kendall Honda, we’re conveniently located at 846 Goodpasture Island Rd. Eugene, Oregon 97401. We proudly serve the nearby communities of Springfield, Cottage Grove, and Junction City.
Winter Battery Maintenance
You are most likely to experience battery failure during the winter. Avoid the hassle of a dead battery, especially during the rougher winter months, by taking these steps:
- Get your car battery tested. Car batteries that are 4 years old or older are at high risk of failing. Our store locator can point you to the closest location to get a free inspection.
- Keep jumper cables in your vehicle. They’re compact and incredibly handy if you or someone you know is stranded with a dead car battery.
- If you have questions about your car’s battery life or how to replace a car battery, please don’t hesitate to call our Honda Service Center.
‘Tis the Season
Winter is the most common time for car batteries to start acting up. Warmer climates are better suited for your Honda car battery to operate at its maximum capacity, so you might feel like you have a full functioning battery when winter rolls around. However, fluids evaporate during hot summer months creating corrosion, which leads to a dead battery during the winter. As your battery ages, Cold Cranking Amp (CCA) capacity drops as the temperature drops. Also, as your car battery ages, it will have a harder time holding a current in cold weather. Be sure to get routine Honda car battery maintenance from Kendall Honda so you’re not stranded in the cold.