If you need a Hyundai battery replacement for your new Hyundai Palisade or Hyundai Tucson, contact the service department and oil change center at Greenway Hyundai Orlando. We have a state-of-the-art service department that can tackle your car’s next Hyundai car battery replacement or Hyundai oil change.
The first thing to do when diagnosing a bad car battery is to determine why the battery in your car is dead. Did the component expire? Did something cause your car’s battery to drain? Or did someone accidentally leave the lights on? After we determine the cause of your dead car battery, we’ll be able to recommend the appropriate course of action, which may involve a Hyundai battery replacement.
If you’re reading about Hyundai battery cost and how to choose the right battery for your vehicle, it’s more than likely that you need a new battery for your Hyundai because you’re experiencing some of the following signs of a dead car battery:
Whatever the case may be, we suggest you schedule a car battery test with our service department right away. After we test the battery in your vehicle, we can determine if you need a Hyundai battery replacement or if a bad alternator or parasitic draw has caused the battery in your new Hyundai SUV lease to drain.
Many of our customers have questions about how to choose the right car battery for their Hyundai battery replacement. Thankfully, our team is here to help you choose the correct Hyundai OEM battery for your vehicle.
We are proud to offer a fully stocked auto parts store on site where you can order Hyundai parts. When you need a new car battery, OEM oil filter, or a new set of wiper blades, the team in our parts department can make sure you purchase the correct new auto part for your particular model year and trim.
When you come to our dealership for a Hyundai battery replacement, a new set of tires, or brake repair, be sure to take advantage of any Hyundai service coupons we’re currently offering. You may decide now is a great time to save on auto repair with an oil change coupon or filter replacement specials.
One of the most common questions we get in our service and parts department is, “How do I choose the right battery for my car?” Thankfully, you don’t have to. Our team can recommend several replacement options to you at varying price points. The main difference between gold vs. platinum car batteries is the length of the warranty on the component. Do you want to pay for a three-year warranty? Or a five-year warranty?
Every new Hyundai vehicle is backed by a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty and a 5-year/60,000-mile new vehicle limited warranty for added peace of mind with your purchase. There is also a 24-month warranty on the original battery supplied with the vehicle. Please contact our sales or service departments with any questions regarding the Hyundai warranty on replacement parts and accessories.
A typical car battery will last between three and five years, but this can vary depending on the type of battery in the vehicle, weather conditions, your driving habits, and frequency of use. If you allow the battery in your car to go unused for long periods, the component will expire more quickly than when under regular use.
Hyundai vehicles typically come with a Hyundai Enercell automotive battery. If you have questions about choosing the correct battery for your Hyundai Elantra or how to perform a Hyundai battery replacement, feel free to get in touch with our service department. We can recommend several options from a variety of manufacturers that will fit in your vehicle.