What is the warranty on a Honda Accord hybrid battery?

I bought a Honda Accord Hybrid last year. I’m not going to lie, I totally zoned out when the sales rep started talking about warranties. How long will my battery’s warranty last?

Nathan Porceng · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
We get it. Warranties are important, but they’re not all that exciting to talk about. If you’re the first owner of the car, the warranty on your
Honda Accord Hybrid
battery will last for 10 years with unlimited mileage.
The warranty is valid if your battery is malfunctioning after your sixth year of ownership, it is the car’s original battery, and the defect is with the battery and no other part of your Accord Hybrid. Your warranty will cover one battery replacement and you can file a claim on the Honda website.
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