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Need a new battery for your Audi SUV, sedan or wagon? Batteries Plus has top-quality replacement batteries for all of your favorite Audi vehicles. We carry batteries for SUVs like the Audi Q3, Q5, Q7 and Q8. Looking for a new battery for your Audi sedan or wagon? We have new batteries for favorites like the Audi A3, A4, A5 Sportback, A6, A7 Sportback, A8, RS6, S3, S4, S6 and many more. You'll also find auto batteries for electric vehicles like the e-tron Sportback.
Wondering how long your Audi battery will last? You can expect the battery in your Audi vehicle to last roughly 3-5 years. After that, it will have a harder time starting your engine. If you notice that your headlights or internal lights seem dimmer, that's another sign that your battery might be dying.
If your battery is over 3 years old, or if you're experiencing any of these symptoms, bring your Audi to your neighborhood Batteries Plus and we'll test it for you, free of charge. If you do purchase a new battery from us, most of our locations also offer free battery installation (valid on most makes and models). Plus, if you need a spare key or a new key fob, you can take advantage of our key fob replacement service too.
Batteries Plus carries only the highest-quality Audi batteries from brands like Duracell and X2Power. We offer both standard flooded and high-performance AGM batteries. An AGM battery may cost you a bit more upfront, but they're more reliable and last much longer than a flooded option. They also stand up much better to extreme heat and cold.
If you're looking for the best battery for your Audi SUV, sedan or wagon, read about our X2Power AGM batteries. These Thin Plate Pure Lead AGM batteries are engineered to start your engine in any condition or climate. They also last roughly 3 times longer than a standard flooded battery and are 28 times more resistant to vibrations.
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