Honda City Old (1998-2003) Car Battery

Car Type Battery Model Price Without Scrap Price With Scrap
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Amaron PR-00050B20L Rs. 4550 Rs. 3850
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Amaron FL-00042B20L Rs. 4150 Rs. 3450
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Amaron GO-00038B20L Rs. 3900 Rs. 3200
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Amaron BL-0BL400LMF Rs. 3630 Rs. 2930
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Amaron FR-0FR400LMF Rs. 3450 Rs. 2750
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Petrol EX 38B20L ML Rs. 4000 Rs. 3300
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Petrol EX EAZY 34B19L Rs. 3800 Rs. 3100
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Petrol EX DYNEX 35L Rs. 3550 Rs. 2850
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Petrol EX CABBY 35L Rs. 3500 Rs. 2800
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Diesel EX 38B20L ML Rs. 4000 Rs. 3300
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Diesel EX EAZY 34B19L Rs. 3800 Rs. 3100
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Diesel EX DYNEX 35L Rs. 3550 Rs. 2850
Honda City Old (1998-2003) Diesel EX CABBY 35L Rs. 3500 Rs. 2800

About Honda City Old

Honda City is unarguably one of the most loved sedans in India. For a long time, it has enjoyed immense aspirational value amongst the country’s middle-class. This legendary model was first launched in 1998 in a remarkably simple style. This was, in fact, Honda’s entry in the Indian market. At the time, the market was tough; the Honda City faced serious competition from the likes of Mitsubishi Lancer, Opel Corsa, Hyundai Accent, Ford Ikon in its segment. Now in its fourth generation, Honda’s popular mid-size sedan has accounted for a spectacular portion of the brand’s sales across India.


Features and Specifications

Honda City was launched in 1998 with two engine options – 1.3-litre petrol (D-series) and 1.5-litre petrol. In 2000, the brand launched the VTEC engine variant in a facelift, offering 106 hp of peak power.

The Honda City is one of the few cars that had an immensely high aspirational value for the Indian middle class. Even though it was relatively affordable, it was viewed as a sign of wealth and prosperity. Because it was a marvel of engineering and fuel efficiency, it was a great package as an affordable luxury car.


What Causes Car Batteries to Fail?

Often, a corroded car battery is the reason behind car battery failure, especially in old vehicles. This is noticeable as corrosion around the battery terminals or connectors. Naturally, this prevents the starter motor from drawing current from the car battery. To remove such corrosion, it is best to engage a professional car-care brand like Car Fit Experts.

If your car battery keeps dying repeatedly, there could be some kind of parasitic drain on it. To check, you can disconnect the battery cable and see if there is a current flow. You can use a multimeter or test light. However, it is quite tricky to accurately diagnose the problem by yourself. This is why we recommend getting your car battery tested from a professional car-care company that will use expert tools to figure out the problem.

Sometimes, extreme weather conditions can also result in weak batteries, or worsen the condition of already weak ones. Moreover, it may be a charging system problem that is causing your battery to die repeatedly, also affecting your driving experience. Either way, choose Car Fit Experts for a solution to your problem.


Why Choose Car Fit Experts

Without a robust battery, the health of your car fails. At Car Fit Experts, we take great care to check the vitals of your car. If something is amiss, we repair your batteries in no time. If needed, our skilled technicians will replace your car battery – all at your doorstep! Choose us for genuine car-care products and high-performance car batteries from leading brands – Amaron, Exide, and 3M.

Get in touch with us today to understand how we can service your old Honda City!


Frequently Asked Questions

For Honda City Old (1998-2003) car batteries, there are many providers available in the Indian market; however, Exide and Amaron have established an excellent reputation. If you're looking to replace your old Honda City Old (1998-2003) car battery, you can contact our experts.