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Get the best possible performance out of your Chrysler 300 by having your battery replaced at Batteries Plus. We offer free auto battery testing at each of our 700+ locations and carry an impressive selection of top-brand auto batteries both in-store and online. We also offer expert installation with an auto battery purchase (valid at participating locations, on most vehicle makes & models). Looking for a battery charger or a new set of headlight bulbs? We carry all that and more in our Automotive Center.

If you're not sure where to start looking for a new battery, you’ll find plenty of useful information regarding battery sizing, CCA ratings and more in our blog entitled, "How to Choose a Car Battery: A Beginner's Guide  ."

What are the 2 Types of Car Batteries?

There are two types of car batteries, flooded and AGM. Flooded batteries are the more affordable of the two battery types, however, they don't last as long as an AGM battery. Flooded batteries are also not completely sealed, which means you may have to perform additional maintenance. This involves monitoring the electrolyte levels inside the battery and occasionally topping the battery off with distilled water.

AGM batteries outperform flooded batteries in most categories. They have additional power, which helps to start your vehicle more reliably in extreme hot and cold climates. AGM batteries are also designed to last longer and charge faster than a flooded battery will. The one downside of an AGM battery is that it will cost you more upfront. Because they last longer, however, many people save money in the long run by investing in an AGM battery.

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Chrysler 300 FAQs

A Chrysler 300 takes a standard 12-volt battery, the same as other cars and trucks. Be sure to check whether your vehicle originally came with an AGM battery installed. If so, you need to replace it with another AGM battery. If your car originally had a flooded battery installed, you can replace it with another flooded battery or upgrade it to an AGM battery.

The cost of a new Chrysler 300 battery will depend on the type of battery you get. Flooded batteries are less costly upfront. Since AGM batteries last longer, however, you won't have to replace them as often, which can save you money in the long run.

A Chrysler 300 has both a starting battery and an auxiliary battery. The auxiliary battery works as a backup for the starting battery and also provides power to the onboard technology in your car. Learn more about auxiliary batteries in our blog, "What Is an Auxiliary Battery and Does My Car Have One?  "

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