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Is your car cranking but not turning over? Or maybe it's not cranking at all? Could be time for a new battery. If you're looking for a battery replacement for your Nissan Altima, Batteries Plus is your destination. With a wide selection of durable, powerful car batteries, our experts can set you up with the best battery for your Altima.
Signs that your Nissan Altima battery is failing might be super subtle, for instance, your car takes just a tick longer to catch when you turn the key, or your headlights dim when your car is idle. Or the signs might be more obvious. If you try to leave and your battery's dead. If your Altima requires frequent jump starts. All of those signs point to the fact that your battery needs to be replaced. If you're looking for an in-depth explanation of how the whole thing works, our experts have laid it out in an informative blog post called "How Does a Car Battery Work? ".
Still not sure whether your Nissan Altima just might have a dying battery? Batteries Plus can help! Visit any of our stores nationwide for a free battery test. One of our associates will hook your battery up and be able to tell you in seconds whether you may need a new battery or not. Then, if it turns out you do need a new battery for your Altima, you've come to the right place. Batteries Plus offers replacement car batteries from nationally recognized brands like Duracell Ultra, Optima, Odyssey and X2Power, one of the most powerful, reliable batteries on the market today.
Beyond brand names, you'll want to choose the right type of battery for your Nissan. Our website's handy battery finder will tell you that, for example, a 2019 Nissan Altima requires a Group 47 12V battery. Whether you choose a traditional flooded battery or an AGM battery is up to you. An AGM battery, while a little more expensive, requires no maintenance on your part. Don't forget that Batteries Plus offers free battery installation with your purchase at almost all of our locations, nationwide.
As we all try to do our best to be conscious of our effect on the planet and our own environment, it's important to note that Batteries Plus will recycle your old Altima battery after we replace it. You'll find much more about our commitment to recycling on our Recycling Services pages.
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