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When you need to replace the battery in your Porsche Cayenne luxury SUV, come to Batteries Plus. At Batteries Plus, we carry tried & trusted battery brands, including Duracell Ultra, our exclusive X2Power and Optima batteries for your Cayenne, as well as other popular auto essentials.

Not sure if you need to replace your battery? There's a test for that. Visit any of our 700+ stores any time and our tech team will test your Porsche Cayenne battery for free. If you've been having a hard time starting your engine, or you just want to make sure your car is ready for your next road trip, a free battery test   will give you that peace of mind. Batteries Plus also offers expert installation with the purchase of your new auto battery (Available at participating locations, on most vehicle makes & models). Or, you can upgrade to Premium Installation Service for added protection against corrosion.

There are two different types of batteries typically used in SUVs: flooded and AGM  . A flooded battery is the most basic type of auto battery. It offers a reliable starting ability for the lowest upfront cost. The downside, though, is maintenance. Some flooded batteries require you to maintain the electrolyte inside by adding distilled water  .

AGM auto batteries - the kind likely found in your Porsche Cayenne - feature a different internal construction than flooded batteries, which gives them a number of performance advantages. Because of this, AGM batteries typically last longer, recharge faster and perform much better in extreme weather. An AGM battery will cost more upfront than a flooded battery, but will often save you money in the long run, due to its longer lifespan.

Batteries Plus also features our own exclusive brand X2Power. Our X2Power batteries last longer and charge faster than flooded and regular AGM batteries. Best of all, an X2Power auto battery is engineered to start your vehicle in any climate or condition. For premium power, you can't ask for better than X2Power.

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Porsche Cayenne FAQs

Batteries Plus offers car & truck battery recycling services. When we replace the battery in your Porsche Cayenne, we'll take the old battery, give it over to our recycling partners who will then repurpose the usable parts and ensure that your old battery doesn't end up in a landfill or waterway.

On average, car & truck batteries last 3 to 5 years. The length of time that your battery lasts depends upon your driving habits, the type of battery you have and the climate in which you drive. Harsh winter weather can be tough on auto batteries, but extreme summer heat is also detrimental. For tips on how to maintain your Porsche battery read our blog, "6 Things That Can Drain Your Car Battery  ."

When choosing a replacement battery for your Porsche, be sure to look up both the battery size   and CCA rating   requirements in your vehicle owner's manual and find a battery that matches those standards. Your owner's manual will have specific information about what you should be looking for, and the experts at your nearest Batteries Plus store can help, too!

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