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Is the battery in your Toyota Highlander older than 3 years? If so, it might be time to get it replaced. Auto batteries have an average lifespan of 3-5 years. After that, they become less reliable. If you're curious whether your battery has reached the end of its life, bring your Toyota Highlander to Batteries Plus and have it tested for free.
Need a new battery for your Toyota Highlander SUV? Batteries Plus has top-quality replacement batteries for the following models:
We carry starting batteries from some of the top brands in the business, including Duracell, Optima and our exclusive X2Power brand. A flooded battery is the most affordable battery for a Toyota Highlander. If you're looking for something that will last longer and perform better, you'll want to outfit your Toyota Highlander with an AGM battery. AGM batteries are better suited to extreme hold and cold climates. They have a higher number of cold cranking amps (CCA) which makes them better suited to starting on cold mornings. An AGM battery will also last longer and recharge much faster than a flooded battery.
Looking for the most reliable auto battery on the market? X2Power batteries are the best replacement battery for your Toyota Highlander. Their pure lead electrochemistry provides 100% starting and reserve power. Plus, they last 3x longer than a traditional flooded battery.
Not sure what type of battery you need for your Toyota Highlander? The associates at your nearest Batteries Plus will be happy to help. Each of our batteries comes with its own warranty. If you end up buying a new battery from us, be sure to take advantage of our free battery installation service, available at most locations on most makes and models. You'll also find a variety of other automotive essentials both online and in-store, including headlight bulbs, windshield wiper blades and even jumper cables and portable jump packs for jump-starting your car in the case of an emergency.
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