2020 Touring Hybrid
I think if you get the car out every week for a half hour drive you'll be fine. If you're really worried, buy a smart battery maintainer and hook it up overnight every week to keep the battery in top condition.We have a 2019 CR-V 2WD Touring model that’s usually driven at least every few days. I’m in the habit of replacing batteries after three years so this car’s current battery is less than a year old. We have an occasional freezing spell here in East Central Florida but we’re not subject to the punishing cold seen in much of the rest of the country. I’ve noticed posts here about CR-V batteries draining while the car sits idle in the garage but I didn’t think that should be a concern for us since our car is driven often and gets a fresh battery regularly. Recently though the primary driver, my wife, took a serious hit from the seasonal flu (she’s recovering nicely, thanks) and has been staying home. Now that I see the car may well sit idle for a week or two I’ve begun to wonder: given our circumstances, how long should I reasonably expect the car to sit idle in the garage before we risk having battery issues?