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Batteries Plus is your Subaru battery headquarters. Whether you drive an SUV like the Subaru Forester, Outback, Ascent or Crosstrek, or have a car like the Subaru Legacy or Impreza, the battery you're looking for is here, either in-store or online. Does your Subaru need a special battery to run? Not at all. That said, though, Batteries Plus offers a great selection of powerful, reliable auto batteries For your Subaru car or SUV.
Subaru batteries, like most car & truck batteries, last up to five years, though the exact number depends on a few factors, like the length of time and distance you tend to drive. Though it seems counterintuitive, short distances drain your battery, whereas long-distance drives are better. So how do you know if you need a new battery? An easy way to know is to visit your nearest Batteries Plus and request a free battery test. This test will tell you how much life is left in the battery you have in your Subaru. Beyond that, the most obvious sign is that your car won't crank or turn over. But less obvious signs appear, too. Maybe your car sounds a little different when you start it. Maybe it takes a couple of seconds longer for it to catch and start. Maybe the "check engine" light is on. Or maybe your Subaru battery keeps dying, or you come outside to a dead battery every morning and need a jump start. All of these mean one thing: Have your Subaru battery replaced at Batteries Plus.
Now that you know your battery needs to be replaced, what does that mean for your pocketbook? How much does it cost to buy a new battery? New Subaru batteries start at about $175. A new battery for a Subaru Outback, for instance, starts at 172.99. Batteries Plus offers free battery installation with purchase at most locations.
So now that you have that brand new battery, how do you reduce battery drain & keep it running at peak performance? There are a few easy steps you can take, and they're outlined in our blog, "6 Things That Can Drain Your Car Battery."
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