Honda Jazz Car Battery

Car Type Battery Model Price Without Scrap Price With Scrap
Jazz Petrol Amaron PR-00050B20L Rs. 4550 Rs. 3850
Jazz Petrol Amaron FL-00042B20L Rs. 4150 Rs. 3450
Jazz Petrol Amaron GO-00038B20L Rs. 3900 Rs. 3200
Jazz Petrol Amaron BL-0BL400LMF Rs. 3630 Rs. 2930
Jazz Petrol Amaron FR-0FR400LMF Rs. 3450 Rs. 2750
Jazz Diesel Amaron PR-0055B24LS Rs. 6550 Rs. 5550

About Honda Jazz

Launched in the Indian market in 2009, the Honda Jazz is a premium hatchback that offers great style coupled with comfort. Sporting a monoform design with a bold front grille, dynamic alloy wheels, and rear LED light; it is undoubtedly high on aesthetics. Competing against Toyota Glanza, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, and Toyota Etios, this car offers AC controls, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and smooth cruise control.

 Features and Specifications

The Honda Jazz’s 1498 cc engine delivers a maximum mileage of 27.3 kmpl. It is available in 8 variants, of which 5 are manual and 3 are automatic (CVT), and 5 colours – Radiant Red, White Orchid Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, and Golden Brown Metallic. It has some great safety features – dual airbags, ABS with EBD and rear parking sensor, and a camera. What’s more, its pedestrian injury mitigation technology is designed to minimise injuries in the event of accidents.

 What Causes Car Batteries to Fail?

Ever experienced your Honda Jazz’s battery dying without a warning sign? This may be no fluke. While a car battery can die for a number of reasons, it’s your job to make sure things don’t keep going wrong. Especially if this becomes a frequent occurrence, it’s safe to assume there’s an underlying problem.

To put it simply, there are some major reasons why your car is experiencing battery issues. Sometimes this is because of a problem with the electrical system and sometimes because of a simple user error. While you can deal with some of these at home, more complicated issues will need you to pay a visit to an expert centre.

Some common reasons behind car battery failure include corroded battery connections, charging issues, electrical drains, and extreme weather. If you’ve left your headlights on, your battery will be drained overnight. Or if the battery is weak or not maintained properly, it will fail to hold a charge. A corroded battery connection will prevent the charging system from functioning as you drive. Then there are other parasitic drains on the vehicle’s electrical system that may very well kill its batteries. If you live in an area with extreme weather conditions, it could affect a weak or old battery. Do note that if your battery is dying as you drive, there could be a problem with the vehicle’s charging system.


Why Choose Car Fit Experts

It goes without saying that your car’s battery is its lifeblood. If you’re encountering problems with its functioning, give Car Fit Experts a ring. We offer 100% genuine car batteries and car-care products. Once you give us a call, we will pay your house a visit and inspect your car’s battery. If we find the battery to not be repairable, our engineers will replace it with a new and original one, recycling the old one using completely safe and eco-friendly methods.

Choose Car Fit Experts for 360° solutions to your car battery issues!