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Need a new battery for your Toyota Corolla? Batteries Plus has plenty of top-quality replacement batteries for your Toyota Corolla, Corolla Hybrid or Corolla Hatchback. Not sure if you need a new battery? Bring your Toyota Corolla to any one of our 700+ locations and we'll test it for you for free.

The battery in your Toyota Corolla will usually last somewhere between 3 and 5 years. A failing battery will have a harder time turning over your engine. Additionally, if your battery is starting to fail, you may also notice that your radio, windows and other electronics don't work as efficiently as they should, or that your headlights are dimmer than they used to be. Finally, you can take a look at the outside of the battery itself. If there's a buildup of corrosion on the battery terminals, it's a good idea to have the battery in your Toyota Corolla tested.

Wondering what battery is used in a Toyota Corolla? You have several different options. The most common type of battery used in a Toyota Corolla is a standard flooded battery. Flooded batteries have the lowest upfront cost. Due to their design, some flooded batteries may require you to top the electrolyte off inside with distilled or deionized water. Be sure that your battery requires this before attempting to add water.

AGM batteries (short for Absorbed Glass Mat) feature a completely sealed design, which eliminates the need to add water to the electrolyte. AGM batteries cost more than flooded Toyota Corolla batteries, but last longer. While an AGM battery may be more expensive upfront, you will probably save money in the long term due to their longer lifespans.

AGM batteries also have a number of other advantages over flooded batteries. For starters, AGM batteries recharge faster. They also hold up much better in extreme hot and cold climates. One thing to keep in mind; if your Toyota Corolla came with an AGM battery from the factory, you should not downgrade to a flooded battery. Replacement with another AGM battery is required.

The final battery option for your Toyota Corolla is a Thin Plate Pure Lead (TPPL) AGM battery. Batteries Plus has an exclusive brand called X2Power, which outperforms all other auto batteries on the market. X2Power batteries last 3 times longer than a flooded battery option. They offer top performance in any climate and recharge faster than both flooded and AGM batteries.

Batteries Plus also offers other automotive essentials for your Toyota Corolla. If your Toyota Corolla will be sitting idle for more than a few weeks, consider picking up a battery maintainer or other car battery charger. Attaching your battery to a reliable charger will help maintain your battery's charge and keep it from dying prematurely.

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Toyota Corolla FAQs

The cost will vary depending on the type of battery you choose. Flooded batteries are the most affordable. An AGM or TPPL AGM battery will cost more upfront, however, since they last much longer, these options can often save you money in the long term.

A Toyota Corolla, like all cars, runs on a 12-volt auto battery. There are several different types of auto batteries available for a Toyota Corolla, including flooded, AGM and Thin Plate Pure Lead AGM. You can read more about the characteristics of these batteries in the section above.

A Toyota Corolla battery will usually last somewhere between 3 and 5 years. In order to get the most life out of your battery, you should be sure to keep it charged up at all times. Be sure to drive your Toyota Corolla at least 30 minutes a week at highway speeds. If you won't be driving for some time, attach the battery to a battery maintainer.

Additionally, be sure to keep the battery terminals free of any corrosion. If you see corrosion building up, you can clean it off using a battery terminal brush and a solution of water and baking soda. You can also apply an anti-corrosion spray to the terminals to help prevent further corrosion.

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