My 2020 RL with 2000 original miles sat in my driveway for two days. No lights were left on, or accessories.
Upon discovering this I tried to start it. Nothing, but the start button was flashing. No starter click, or engine movement.
A bit later the flashing stopped. I called the Honda Roadside assistance line & they offered to boost it. I declined as the dealer is about a mile or so away. Calling the dealer was pointless as they refused help, & insisted I call Roadside assistance.
It finally started on the 3rd boost try from Honda Roadside. Made an app at the dealer to check it out.
The dealer said they rebooted the system. Their advice was to drive it more often. Hilarious right? What if I go on vacation for 2 weeks? Everything came back up, but they cannot explain why it quit.
I have 2017 RTL-E, purchased in July 2017. On a family camping trip in Aug 2019 in S. Michigan I went to start up vehicle. Absolutely nothing. Assuming it was battery issue, tried jumping it- no effect. Vehicle had about 17000 miles and just completed 700 mile trip to campsite. Called Honda, they arranged to have it towed to dealer in Marquette in evening and left there until dealer opened in morning. Got a call from dealer next morning, they hopped in truck and it started right up. They did some checks and couldn't find any issues. Have not had any issues since and I'm at 23K miles. Go figure--but this incident still makes me a bit nervous.I only drive my 2018 every 2-3 weeks, and I've let is sit for over 30 days a couple of .times. Always starts right up.
QUOTE="tmz, post: 3132345, member: 11802"]
I only drive my 2018 every 2-3 weeks, and I've let is sit for over 30 days a couple of times. Always starts right up.