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Batteries Plus is here for your Subaru Impreza battery replacement needs. Not sure if you need a new battery? Bring your Impreza to your neighborhood Batteries Plus and have your battery tested for free. We also offer free installation with the purchase of a new auto battery (valid at participating locations, on most vehicle makes & models).

Looking for additional auto products and services? Take advantage of our key cutting and key fob replacement service (valid at participating locations only), or find additional auto essentials in our Auto Center.

What Group Size is a Subaru Battery?

To find the correct group battery size for your Subaru Impreza, consult your owner's manual, or look this information up online. For more information on battery sizing, read our blog entitled, "How Do I Know Which Car Battery Fits My Car?  "

What are Cold Cranking Amps

Cold Cranking Amps (CCAs) measure how well a battery performs in cold weather. Auto manufacturers provide a minimum CCA rating for each vehicle they produce. You can find this information in your owner's manual or by looking it up online.

When shopping for a replacement battery, be sure that the one you select fulfills the minimum CCA requirement for your Impreza. If you live in a cold climate, you may want to purchase a battery with a higher CCA rating than your vehicle requires. This will make it easier for you to start your engine once the temperature drops below zero.

What is the Difference Between AGM and Flooded Battery for a Car?

A flooded car battery is the most basic type of auto battery and is the most affordable upfront. An AGM battery costs more upfront, but is designed to last longer, which often means you'll save money in the long run. AGM batteries also provide more power, which makes them better at starting your engine in extreme hot and cold weather. For a more in-depth look at AGM batteries, read our blog entitled "What is an AGM Battery?  "

Are X2Power Batteries Good?

X2Power batteries are engineered to be the longest-lasting, best-performing auto batteries on the market, and they're only available at Batteries Plus. You can read about the many ways X2Power batteries outperform the competition in our blog entitled "X2Power is the Best Battery Brand for Your Car, Truck or Boat  ."

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