Power Up Your Vehicle with a Nissan Battery

Auto Mechanic Replacing Car Battery
The battery in your new Nissan is an essential part of your vehicle. In addition to helping the motor turn on, it also powers the electronics in your car, truck, or SUV when you have the engine off. Your Nissan battery* is built to last thousands of miles on Houston roads and comes backed with an 84-month Limited Warranty** with Full Replacement for 24 months. Learn more about what to look out for if you think you need a battery replacement and what kind of Nissan battery is best for your vehicle. If you need battery assistance, contact our team!

When to Replace Your Nissan Battery

There are a few symptoms you can look out for if you suspect that your Nissan Altima battery or Nissan Rogue battery is nearing the end of its life. How often you’ll need to replace your battery will depend on factors like climate, location, and your driving habits. See the symptoms of a dying battery below:

  • Slow-cranking or sluggish start
  • Low fluid levels in the battery
  • Fluid leaking from the battery
  • A swelling or bloated battery case
  • The “Check Battery” light stays on

What Kind of Battery Do I Need?

When you shop for a new battery for your vehicle in Houston, it’s best to stick with a genuine Nissan battery. Not only is your Nissan battery built to match the dimensions and power requirements of your vehicle, but it also comes with an 84-month Limited Warranty** with Full Replacement for 24 months. There are a few different types of Nissan batteries to consider, we’ve listed them for you below:

Standard Flooded Battery

  • The most common type of battery
  • Fits standard vehicle models
  • Wet filled, free-floating electrolyte
  • Designed for high-cranking or high-cycling

Enhanced Flooded Battery

  • An enhanced version of the standard flooded battery
  • Supports start-stop technology
  • Wet-filled free-floating electrolyte
  • More powerful than standard flooded batteries

Absorbed Glass Mat Battery

  • Battery design holds electrolyte in glass mat separators, as opposed to freely flooding plates.
  • Supports start-stop technology with regenerative braking and passive boost
  • Electrolyte absorbed and held in glass mat separators
  • Highest performance and durability

How to Lengthen Your Battery Life

On average, a new battery can cost anywhere from $45 to $250. While Bellaire drivers can save on a new battery with our service offers, the best way to save on battery costs is to ensure they’re getting the most out of their battery life. Follow the tips below to lengthen the life of your Nissan Rogue battery or Nissan Altima battery:

  • Limit the number of short trips you make.
  • Make sure the battery is always tightly fastened in its compartment.
  • When the engine is off, avoid using the headlights or interior lights.
  • Remove any corrosion that builds up on the outside of the battery.
  • Park in the shade to avoid battery overheating.
  • Check the voltage (should be around 12.7 volts or above) monthly.
  • Don’t let your car sit untouched for long periods of time.

Get a Free Battery Check at Central Houston Nissan

When it’s time for a new Nissan battery, or if you just want a complimentary battery check on your next service visit, come to Central Houston Nissan! We’ll check your current battery to ensure it’s working properly, or help you find a new one that’s right for your Nissan vehicle. Schedule an appointment online today to keep your Nissan running like new on Pearland roads!

*With a genuine OEM Nissan battery.

**Actual warranty is provided by the dealership at the time of purchase and should be read carefully. The warranty is subject to change and the applicable warranty will be that which is in effect on the date of purchase.

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