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Batteries Plus is your Nissan Versa battery headquarters. We offer free battery testing. Stop into Batteries Plus today and see if your Nissan Versa needs a car battery replacement. If your Versa battery is dying, we have high-quality replacement batteries from Duracell and Optima. Plus, we offer expert auto battery installation service (valid at participating locations, on most vehicle makes & models).

We can also help you find additional automotive essentials in our Automotive Center, and offer car key cutting and key fob battery replacement too (valid at participating locations only).

What Information Do You Need to Replace a Nissan Versa Battery?

Before you go shopping for a new battery, you will want to look up two important pieces of information, your battery size and the CCA rating. The group battery size will feature a series of numbers, like Group 48, or numbers and a letter, like Group 51R. You can find this number in your owner's manual. There are also several online resources that can help you determine the right battery size for your Nissan Versa.

Cold Cranking Amps   (CCA for short) tell you how well your battery will perform once the temperature hits zero degrees. Your owner's manual will tell you the minimum number of CCAs you need for your Versa battery. If you live in a particularly cold climate, you can buy a battery with a higher CCA rating, but be sure not to buy one that falls below the recommended CCA rating.

What is an AGM Battery?

There are two types of replacement batteries for your Nissan Versa, flooded and AGM batteries. When it comes to cost, flooded batteries are more affordable than AGM batteries. AGM batteries are designed to last 2-3X longer than a flooded battery will, so you may end up saving money in the long run with an AGM battery.

Not sure if you need a flooded or AGM battery? If your Versa came with an AGM battery installed originally, you must replace it with another AGM option. If your car requires an AGM battery, downgrading to a flooded battery will hurt the performance of your vehicle and the battery itself.

If your car originally came with a flooded battery, you can choose either a flooded or AGM replacement battery. While an AGM battery will cost you more upfront, they have a number of performance advantages outlined in our blog "What is an AGM Battery?  "

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Nissan Versa FAQs

The cost of a Versa replacement battery will vary depending on the size and chemistry of your battery. AGM batteries cost more upfront than flooded batteries, but tend to last longer, allowing you to save money in the long run.

You can find the correct BCI Group battery size in your Versa's owner's manual, or online. For more information, read "How Do I Know Which Car Battery Fits My Car?  "

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