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When the battery in your Toyota Venza stops working, visit the experts at Batteries Plus. Whether you're looking for a standard flooded battery or a high-performance AGM option, you'll find exactly what you're looking for at Batteries Plus. We carry trusted brands like Duracell and our exclusive X2Power battery brand.

Not sure if you need a new battery? Bring your Venza to any Batteries Plus location and have your battery tested for free. We also offer additional services, including:

  • Free installation with an auto battery purchase (valid at participating locations, on most vehicle makes and models)
  • Key fob replacement (valid at participating locations only)

Important Battery Replacement Information

Before shopping for a replacement battery, you'll want to check your owner's manual for some crucial information.

  • Look up the correct group battery size for your model Venza.
  • Take note of the correct CCA (Cold Cranking Amps) rating for your vehicle.
  • Determine whether your vehicle requires an AGM battery. If it does, you must replace it with another AGM battery.

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Toyota Venza FAQs

The cost of a new battery depends on the type of battery you select. Flooded batteries are less costly upfront than AGM batteries. AGM batteries are designed to last much longer than flooded batteries though, which results in you saving money in the long run.

The battery in a Toyota Venza will typically last 3-5 years. Your driving habits will play a role in how long your battery lasts. Read the blog article "How Far Do I Need to Drive to Charge My Car Battery?  " for more information.

Cold Cranking Amps tell you how well a battery will function when the temperature reaches 0℉. You can find the recommended CCA rating for your vehicle in the owner's manual or online. One rule to follow: do not buy a battery with a lower-than-recommended CCA rating. You can, however, purchase a replacement battery that has a higher number of CCAs.

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