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Frequently Asked Questions
Search our most-asked questions below or give our dedicated Customer Services team a call on 0345 200 8000.
Your car should be serviced every 12 months or 12500 miles; whichever comes sooner if the Honda Service Reminder System (SVRS) has not been activated. The only exception to this is the Civic Diesel, which requires an oil change every 6250 miles or 12 months from the previous oil change.
If the SVRS has been activated, the vehicle display will inform the driver of any maintenance due and give a time or mileage of when this needs to take place.
Tyre pressures should always be checked from cold. Cold means the vehicle has not been moved for at least 3 hours and driven less than 1 mile before checking. Tyre pressure can be checked using a tyre pressure gauge or with equipment at your local garage or petrol station. Your owner's manual will advise on what pressure your model's tyres should be.
Here at Honda, we’re very passionate about electric technology and have a dedicated FAQs page for electric vehicles located here.
To apply for a Year of Manufacture, we would kindly request a letter confirming the full VIN (vehicle identification number) along with your name and address.
There is a charge for this service of £30. We accept payment by bank transfer, cheque or postal order in UK sterling made out to Honda (UK) and then posted to the following address:
Honda (UK) Customer Operations, Year of Manufacture, Cain Road, Bracknell, RG12 1HL
You can obtain your car radio code from any authorised Honda Dealer. They may require proof of ownership for security reasons and charge a small installation fee at their discretion. You can use ‘Find my Dealer’ to find the closest Car Dealership to you.
You can download an owner’s manual (from 2015 onwards) by clicking here. If you can't find what you're looking for, your local Honda Car Dealer will be happy to source the correct owner’s manual for you. Simply provide them with your VIN (vehicle identification number) and they will be able to find the right manual for your car.
You can find lots of information about ‘My Honda’ here.
Click here to find your nearest Honda Car Dealership.
There are many ways to access technical information. In the first instance, we would recommend looking through your owner’s manual. For newer models, these can be found here. Your local Honda Dealer will also be happy to assist you. Additionally, we have a huge amount of information about Honda vehicles on our pay-as-you-go online platform – Honda's Maintenance and Repair Information System. Here, you can find technical information, such as repair methods, wiring diagrams and bulletins.
You can check for any outstanding recalls here.
If you have a case with Customer Services and remain unhappy with the outcome, we would recommend contacting the Motor Ombudsman as a next step. Honda (UK) together with many other vehicle manufacturers subscribe to The Motor Ombudsman as an additional service to our customers. The Motor Ombudsman are governed by Trading Standards and backed by the UK Government to ensure high standards within Trading Standards Institute approved codes of practice. You can contact them free of charge to discuss your situation and they will offer independent advice to you.
For more details on the service The Motor Ombudsman provide, please visit their website or call them for free on 020 7344 1651.