Stop-start problems with new Honda CR-V

I have a new Honda CR-V, with 5000 miles on the clock. Is it normal for the stop-start not to work and the low battery sign to come on?

Asked on 24 December 2014 by Theo Tye

Answered by Honest John
If the battery cannot hold a charge it cannot hold enough charge for the stop-start to operate. The car probably needs a new battery.
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