Honda Head Office Contact Numbers
|Head Office||0843 208 2379|
|Customer Service||0843 208 2455|
|Mechanical/Automotive Specialists||0843 208 2451|
Honda Opening Hours
|Head Office||8am – 8pm Monday to Friday|
Honda Head Office Address
|Head Office||Hutchison 3G UK Ltd
PO Box 333
Reasons to call the Honda Head Office Contact Number:
- To ask about Honda ownership
- To make a complaint
- To find the location of nearby Honda dealerships
- To talk about your love of driving a Honda
Honda is a car manufacturer specialising in making cars which run on fossil fuels and use four wheels to provide traction and propulsion across the surface of the Earth – whether that be across specially prepared, dedicated “roads” made specifically for car use, or across any other sort of surface, like gravel, compacted soil, bare rock or grassland. Since Hondas travel across the surface of the Earth, not as watercraft and not in the air, it is important to pay attention to the ground beneath you. Some Hondas cannot deal with driving across a surface that isn’t specifically prepared and optimised roadway – they are “cruisers” or “city cars”, unsuited to offroading. Others are perfectly capable of moving off these special “roads” and into rough terrain, like woodland, mountainside or grassland.
However, even if you are supremely confident in the rambling abilities of your Honda, you would be advised to avoid marshland, marine sands, heavy jungle, waterlogged sedimentacious earth, and deep, fine sands, like those found in the Namibian desert. In these conditions, even the most experienced Honda driver can find themselves sinking and stranded, and may completely lose their car! If that occurs, call the Honda hotline listed on this page, and tell them about how you got your Honda stuck in festering bog or in the path of the ravenous, incoming high tide. They’ll be happy to assist you.
Honda FAQs Expanded
Where can I find the warranty info for my Honda?
My car is reading “BATTERY CHARGE LOW” – what does this mean and what should I do?
For starters, congratulations on purchasing a Honda with a Battery Management System! These state-of-the-art systems are all designed to inform you if your battery’s charge shrinks to a dangerously low level; and kicks in with a warning message when that occurs. The message DOES NOT NECESSARILY mean that your battery is dead – it simply denotes that in some circumstances, such as crippling cold or conditions demanding large amounts of electricity on startup, that the battery may not be able to cope.
There are a number of conditions which may result in the battery charge dropping, and prompt the emergency message. They include spending too much time with the ignition activated, but the engine not on – especially if the radio, the air conditioning or heating, or the the lights are on as well; taking many very short drives without any longer drives, therefore depleting the battery of the energy required to ignite the engine without recharging it; and crippling cold weather conditions, which can place much greater demands on the battery overall.
In the event of any of these prerequisites taking hold of the battery, and causing the charge to drop below a certain level, the battery management system will kick in – flashing its distinctive warning message and alerting the driver or other operator of the vehicle that the charge may not be enough to overcome extreme conditions. Don’t worry, though – it usually doesn’t mean that the battery is dead.
If the message does show up on your car, don’t panic – it by no means indicates that the car is dead, or worse than dead. It does indicate that the battery level is lower than normal. You can fix that by driving for a long time on each journey, and reducing or eliminating short journeys, giving your battery ample time to recharge before you begin draining it again. If you must make short trips, simply make sure that you don’t run your electrical devices for too long, to avoid depleting your battery as it is supposed to be charging.
Honda is a car manufacturer based in Japan, which was founded in the mid-20th century to help satisfy an emerging need for Japanese cars, both throughout Asia and across the rest of the world. Popular to this day in Europe, America and Russia, Honda has proven to be an excellent all-rounder as a car manufacturer, making cars which are accessible, hardy enough to meet the demands of the vast majority of their customers, versatile enough to take on any environment, and suited to many lifestyles. From city cars to cruisers and off-roaders built for adventure, Honda can provide what you need in a car. If you need to get in touch, just call the Honda head office contact line on the number listed above.