Honda Jazz III (2008-2014) – batteries


Honda Jazz in version III was produced in the years 2008 – 2014. We invite you to a list of batteries matching individual engine versions.

Basic parameters of batteries suitable for Honda Jazz (2008-2014):

LayoutTerminal typesBase hold-down
0 – positive on the right side3+AdapterB1
0 – positive on the right side3B01
0 – positive on the right side3B0
As you can see, in case of Honda Jazz, even the basic parameters of the batteries (battery layout, terminal types and base hold-down) are not identical for all engine versions. For this reason, care must be taken to match the battery to a specific engine.

Honda Jazz III – petrol engines:
  • 1.2
  • 1.4
  • 1.4 i
  • 1.5 Flexfuel
  • 1.5 i

Brand and seriesModelCapacityCold Cranking AmpsDimensions (LxWxH)Base Hold-DownPrice
Bosch S4S40 1840 Ah330 A187x127x227 mmB0More
Exide ExcellEB35635 Ah240 A187x127x220 mmB0More
Exide PremiumEA38638 Ah300 A187x136x220 mmB1More
Lucas PremiumLP05440 Ah360 A187x127x220 mmB0More
Varta Blue DynamicA1340 Ah330 A187x140x227 mmB01More
Varta Blue DynamicA1440 Ah330 A187x127x227 mmB0More
For the 1.2, 1.4, 1.4 i petrol engines and others from the above list, we select batteries measuring 187x127x220 mm, 187x127x227 mm, 187x136x220 mm or 187x140x227 mm with a capacity exceeding 35 Ah. The weakest of these is the battery Exide Excell EB356 which capacity is 35 Ah and Cold Cranking Amps is 240 A. The most powerful battery is Lucas Premium LP054 of a capacity 40Ah and Cold Cranking Amps: 360 A.
If you’re still unsure which battery fits your Honda Jazz , or if you want to help others in their selection, please send us a photo of your current battery in the comment section at the bottom of the page. You can also send the picture to contact@whatbattery.co.uk (we will place it in the comments to also help other users). Be sure to specify the car model, year, type, as well as the engine capacity and power. We’ll do our best to assist you!

See also information about other cars of this manufacturer

Honda Accord 6 Coupe (CG) (1998-2003) battery
Honda Accord 6 Saloon and Hatchback (CG, CK) (1998-2002) battery
Honda Accord 7 Estate (CM) (2003-2008) battery
Honda Accord 7 Saloon (CL) (2003-2008) battery
Honda Accord 8 Estate (2008-2015) battery
Honda Accord 8 Saloon (CU) (2008-2015) battery
Honda Civic 5 Coupe (EJ) (1991-1996) battery
Honda Civic 5 Hatchback (EG) (1991-1996) battery
Honda Civic 5 Sedan (EG, EH) (1991-1996) battery
Honda Civic 6 Coupe (EJ, EM1) (1996-2001) battery
Honda Civic 6 Estate (MB, MC) (1998-2001) battery
Honda Civic 6 Fastback (MA, MB) (1995-2001) battery
Honda Civic 6 Hatchback (EJ, EK) (1995-2001) battery
Honda Civic 6 Saloon (EJ, EK) (1995-2001) battery
Honda Civic 7 Coupe (EM2) (2001-2006) battery
Honda Civic 7 Hatchback (EU, EP, EV) (2001-2006) battery
Honda Civic 7 Saloon (ES) (2001-2006) battery
Honda Civic 8 Hatchback (FN, FK) (2006-2011) battery
Honda Civic 9 FK (2011-2016) battery
Honda CR-V I (1995-2001) battery
Honda CR-V II (2001-2006) battery
Honda CR-V III (2006-2012) battery
Honda CR-V IV (2012-2017) battery
Honda CRX II (1987-1992) battery
Honda FR-V (2005-2009) battery
Honda HR-V I (1999-2006) battery
Honda Jazz II (2002-2008) battery
Honda Legend II (1991-1996) battery
Honda Legend III (1995-2004) battery
Honda Legend IV (2004-2012) battery
Honda Logo (1996-2001) battery
Honda Prelude III (1987-1991) battery
Honda Prelude IV (1991-1996) battery
Honda Prelude V (1996-2001) battery
Honda Stream I (2000-2007) battery


One response to “Honda Jazz III (2008-2014) – batteries”

  1. The electrochemical reactions in lead-acid batteries (most commonly used in gasoline-powered cars like the Honda Jazz) can be somewhat non-intuitive for some. Here’s one:

    At sub-zero temperatures, a battery’s ability to deliver current drops. This might be surprising, but in very cold temperatures, even a fully charged battery might not be able to start the engine. This is because the chemical reactions inside the battery proceed more slowly at low temperatures, decreasing the battery’s ability to provide sufficient cranking power.

    Furthermore, if the electrolyte in a lead-acid battery freezes (which can happen at extremely low temperatures), it can cause permanent damage to the battery. Frozen electrolyte can cause the battery casing to crack or damage its internal plates.

    In the context of this, car owners, like those of Honda Jazz III in cold climate countries, should be aware of this issue and perhaps invest in insulated battery covers or garage their car in a heated location on very cold days to avoid starting issues or battery damage.

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