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Find a new battery for your Chevrolet vehicle at Batteries Plus! We have top-quality car and truck batteries for:
Our selection of batteries includes products from top-rated brands such as Duracell, Odyssey, Optima and our exclusive brand, X2Power. Plus, our Chevrolet vehicle batteries come with free replacement warranties that are valid at any one of the 700+ locations throughout the country.
We have battery options to fit any climate or budget, including both flooded batteries and high-performance AGM batteries. If you live in an area that experiences extreme hot and cold, consider picking up an AGM replacement battery. AGM batteries last longer than flooded options, plus they typically have a higher number of cold cranking amps to get your vehicle started in any weather. They also charge much faster and are completely sealed and maintenance free. Just remember that while you can upgrade from a flooded battery to an AGM option, you should not downgrade from an AGM to a flooded battery. Always replace AGM with AGM. To learn more about AGM Batteries, read more here: https://www.batteriesplus.com/blog/power/agm-batteries
Replacement batteries for your Chevrolet car, truck or SUV will range in price from around $175 for a Duracell Ultra Flooded Battery and up to $350 for an Optima Yellow Top AGM Battery. All Chevy batteries come with free replacement warranties that range anywhere from 2 to 4 years.
How long a battery will last in your Chevy will largely depend on its use. Most batteries in your Chevrolet car, truck or SUV will last 3-5 years if they are properly maintained. However, if you neglect your battery and don't clean the terminals and check for corrosion, it could need replacing much sooner.
Your Chevy will give off some tell-tale signs if your battery is starting to go bad. One of the most notable things that you will notice is your Chevrolet will be difficult to start, especially in cold weather. Other signs that your battery is bad are dimming headlights, door chimes will be silent and radio will start to be softer.