Hybrid Battery Replacement – Do you need it?
Talk with hybrid owners and you’ll hear one common question – “How long do you think the battery will last?” Naturally this is a concern for our clients. Hybrid battery replacement is expensive – costing anywhere from $2,000-$10,000. Most auto dealerships would tell you to replace the battery after it reaches a certain age. Our team of experts at Savage Automotive takes a different approach. Before even considering hybrid battery replacement, we run your battery through a series of tests. These tests tell us if we are able to condition the battery or if the battery does need to be replaced.
Strong battery power is essential for optimal performance. , If your car isn’t getting proper acceleration or you notice its fuel efficiency has changed, it might be time for hybrid battery conditioning.
Hybrid Battery Replacement Services for Toyota Prius, Hondas, and Nissans
If you work or live in Bucks County, Montgomery County, PA, Philadelphia, or the state of Delaware and up to Princeton, NJ, we can condition your battery to help preserve its life – and preserve the cash in your purse!
One way to prolong hybrid battery life is by hybrid battery conditioning. You could say that the battery is as strong as its weakest module. Hybrid battery conditioning is a process that repairs individual battery parts instead of replacing the entire battery. First, we use the most advanced technology in the industry to test the energy and power capacity. Once the results of the tests are analyzed and we have a sense of its condition, we replace any bad modules, recharge and balance the battery. In most cases, we’d rather repair your battery than suggest you get a new one.
Savage Automotive performs hybrid battery conditioning at our Philadelphia shop location. If you live in surrounding Bucks County, Montgomery County, PA or Delaware, we can fix your hybrid battery.
Hybrid Battery Conditioning – Extends the Life of Your Battery
Hybrid battery conditioning should be done every 4 – 6 years. Our conditioning service will help your hybrid battery perform optimally and live longer.>
The success of battery conditioning depends on a few factors:
Operating at low capacity for a long time – Sometimes the battery can’t be reconditioned if it’s worn out.
The age of battery – Preventive maintenance goes a long way. An older battery may have modules that do not recover.
Location and use of the vehicle – Whether you drive your car in a wet or dry climate, in the city or in the mountains, the geographical location and use of the vehicle affects battery longevity.
If you are looking for hybrid repair in Philadelphia or even Princeton, NJ, visit us and let our trustworthy team provide you with the best hybrid service in town.