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Need a new battery for your Buick Enclave SUV? No problem! Batteries Plus has top-quality replacement batteries for your Enclave. Our affordable Buick Enclave batteries include flooded and AGM batteries from some of the best brands in the business, including: Duracell Ultra, Optima and X2Power.

Sometimes you're not quite sure whether you need a new SUV battery or not  . Here are some guidelines. Most auto batteries last between 3 and 5 years  . There are a number of signs that tell you when your battery is beginning to die. Some common symptoms include:

  • Difficulty turning over your engine
  • Headlights appear dimmer, especially when you're idling
  • Additional electronics aren't functioning like they should
  • Your battery has a hard time holding a charge
  • The appearance of corrosion   on the battery's terminals
  • The battery casing appears warped or cracked

If you're experiencing any of these issues, or your battery is over 3 years old, it's definitely a good idea to have your Enclave battery tested  . Where can you have your car battery tested? Batteries Plus tests batteries in cars, trucks and SUVs for free. Simply visit your nearest Batteries Plus location. If you end up purchasing a new battery from us, we'll be happy to install it (valid at most locations on most makes and models).

How Do I Know I Have the Right Battery for My Buick Enclave?

The first thing you need to know when shopping for a replacement battery for your Buick Enclave is the correct battery group size. This can be found in your owner's manual and will appear as a number, such as Group 65. You'll also be looking for a 12-volt battery, which is standard for most cars and trucks. (If you're not sure exactly what you need, use our battery finder, or stop in and an expert can help.)

After that, it's time to decide which chemistry you want. Batteries Plus offers two different chemistries for your Enclave: flooded and AGM  . Flooded batteries feature the lowest upfront cost. An AGM battery will cost you a bit more, however, they offer the following advantages:

  • Longer lifespan - lasts 2-3X as long as a flooded battery
  • Higher voltage output - provides more energy than flooded batteries for more reliable vehicle starting
  • Faster charging - recharges faster than a flooded battery
  • Lower self-discharge rate - holds its charge longer in storage than a flooded battery
  • More resistant to vibrations and extreme hot & cold temperatures
  • Note: If your current battery is an AGM, you must replace it with another AGM battery.

What are Cold Cranking Amps?

Cold cranking amps (CCA) measure your battery's ability to perform in cold environments. A higher number of CCAs means the battery will perform better in the cold than one with a lower CCA rating. Your Buick Enclave owner's manual will provide you with the minimum number of CCAs your vehicle requires. Keep in mind though, that if you live in a colder climate, you can purchase a battery with a higher CCA rating to help your Enclave perform more reliably on cold days.

What is the Best Battery for a Buick Enclave?

Our experts will tell you that X2Power is the best battery for your Buick Enclave, and it's only available at Batteries Plus. X2Power batteries are engineered to offer top performance in any condition. Here are some of the many advantages X2Power batteries provide:

  • 3X the cycle life of a flooded auto battery
  • Provides more power than both flooded & standard AGM batteries
  • Recharges very quickly, making it ideal for extended sit and short trip driving
  • Features some of the highest cold cranking amps in an auto battery
  • 28X more resistant to vibrations than a flooded auto battery

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Buick Enclave FAQs

The battery in your Enclave SUV should last somewhere between 3 and 5 years. In order to get the longest life possible, be sure that you drive your vehicle regularly. If you aren't planning on driving your Buick Enclave for several weeks, pick up a battery maintainer and use it to keep your battery from discharging too low.

Another important way to prolong your battery's lifespan is to regularly check the terminals for corrosion. If you do find corrosion, you can clean it off using a battery terminal brush and car battery corrosion cleaner. Batteries Plus also offers premium battery installation at our stores, during which an associate will apply anti-corrosion products to your battery.

The price of a new Enclave SUV battery will depend on the type of battery that you choose. AGM batteries   cost more upfront than flooded batteries. If you pick up an AGM battery, however, there is a good chance you'll save money in the long run, since they last longer than flooded batteries.

When your Buick Enclave battery begins to go bad there is usually some drop off in performance. You'll probably notice that you have a harder time turning over the engine. Having to regularly jump-start your car is another pretty obvious indication that your battery is bad. You may also notice that your headlights appear dimmer or that applications like heated seats, power windows and other electronics don't work as well as they used to.

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