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The best battery for your Acura is as close as your nearest Batteries Plus. Whether you're driving an Acura sedan, like the Acura TL or TLX, a crossover like the RDX, or an SUV like the Acura MDX, you're in luck. Batteries Plus has the battery for you, with trusted brand names like Duracell Ultra, and Optima. Or choose a premium battery like the X2Power, sold exclusively at Batteries Plus.
So how do you know if a new battery is in your future? Simple. Batteries Plus offers free battery testing at all of our locations. Just pull up, check in with one of our associates and they'll hook you up. Then, if you find that your battery is dying, you're in the right place to choose a replacement. The next question: If you're choosing between a traditional flooded battery and an AGM, which one should you choose for your Acura? Short answer is either one. The best idea is to look at your existing battery and then match it. The experts at Batteries Plus can help talk you through options, which might be best, and whether a lithium battery will serve you.
You've chosen a battery and now it's a question of how to go about changing it. How do you change the battery in your Acura? YOU don't need to! Batteries Plus offers free battery installation at most locations with the purchase of your replacement battery. No need to get dirty, no need to worry about which wire goes where… it's all taken care of for you, at no extra cost.
Speaking of cost, new batteries for models like the Acura TL, RDX and MDX start at about $200 for a flooded battery, and about $275 or so for an AGM battery, depending on the brand you choose. And we get it. Making that choice can be challenging. That's why our experts are in-store to help you determine which battery might be best for your Acura. Or, use the handy battery finder right on our site. Once you plug in the make and model of your car, you'll find a few options for the right battery for your needs.
Once the new battery is installed and your car or SUV is good to go, what happens to the old battery? Well, we can help there, too. Batteries Plus is dedicated to recycling and we'll take your old battery and make sure it's recycled in the right way. If you're interested in reading more about that, our blog, How to Dispose of Car Batteries Safely , will tell you all about it.
The cost of a new battery for your Acura will depend on a few factors, like whether you choose a flooded, AGM or lithium battery, and which brand of battery you want. Batteries Plus offers Duracell Ultra, Optima, Odyssey and X2Power premium car & truck batteries. Currently, new batteries for models like the Acura TL, RDX and MDX start at about $200 for a flooded battery, and about $275 or so for an AGM battery, as we noted, depending on the brand you choose.
A traditional flooded battery is the most cost-effective option for your Acura, but an AGM battery is lower maintenance. If you're unsure, take a look at the battery that's currently powering your Acura and purchase a similar one. But if you're stumped, the experts at Batteries Plus can help talk you through options, which battery might be best for your Acura, and whether a lithium battery will serve you.
Acura car, crossover & SUV batteries last about 3-5 years, based on what we've seen. Of course, that number will depend on the kind of driving you do and even some other variables like the climate where you live. Heat and humidity have a big impact on how long your Acura battery lasts. If you're unsure how your battery is doing, visit any Batteries Plus store and have it tested for free.