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Looking for a new battery for your Buick LaCrosse? Batteries Plus is right in your neighborhood and we carry an impressive selection of batteries for your LaCrosse. Choose from a selection of brand names you trust, including Duracell Ultra, Odyssey, Optima   and our own exclusive X2Power  .

Leaving on a long road trip? Before you go, take advantage of our free battery testing   service. The test itself takes under two minutes, and the peace of mind as you tick off mile marker after mile marker is worth it. Stop by any time, or schedule your arrival time when it's convenient for you.

Not sure whether you need a new battery or not? According to our expert technicians, car and truck batteries last 3-5 years  . There's a lot that can factor into that time range, though. How well do you maintain your LaCrosse and its battery? What's the climate like where you live and drive? What kind of driving do you do? You can get the most out of your battery by keeping it charged. This can be accomplished by making sure you're driving 20 minutes or so at freeway speed about once per week. A battery maintainer can also help, if your car sits for longer periods of time.

When you purchase a new battery at Batteries Plus, take advantage of free installation, which is available at most locations on most vehicles, including your LaCrosse. Basic installation is free, but you can also upgrade to our Premier Installation service. With Premier Installation our installers will apply anti-corrosion sprays and install terminal protectors before connecting your new battery. See what else we have to offer for your Buick LaCrosse from light bulbs to key fobs. See our Automotive Center to learn more!

Not sure which battery you need for your Buick? Check out our helpful blog "How Do I Know Which Car Battery Fits My Car?  " where we walk you through different ways to ensure you get the right battery for your vehicle.

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Buick LaCrosse FAQs

To find out which battery is best for your LaCrosse, check your owner's manual or simply take a look under the hood to verify which battery is currently powering your car. You can also check our easy-to-use battery fitment finder to find out this information without having to lift a finger. Simply enter your VIN, your license plate number or the make, model and year of your Buick.

Depending on the brand and design of battery you purchase, a new battery for your LaCrosse will run you somewhere between $180 for a Duracell Ultra flooded battery all the way up to $350 for a premium X2Power AGM battery, or somewhere in between.

Generally speaking, a car battery will typically last between 3 and 5 years. When the battery is properly maintained, and the terminals kept clean from corrosion, it could last even longer. If you don't take care of your battery and just install it and forget it, it could need replacing much sooner.

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