How Often Do Hybrid Batteries Fail?
By Adrian Castillo
You’ve likely heard about all the wonderful benefits that come with driving a hybrid vehicle. From its outstanding fuel economy to its contributions to a cleaner and greener automobile industry, it’s hard not to love your hybrid. But as with any car, you’ll someday have to replace the battery—and in this case, it’s the hybrid battery that you’ll have to closely pay attention to.
Replacing a hybrid battery might sound like a hassle or an expensive investment, which is why you may ask yourself: “How often do hybrid batteries fail?” The answer, of course, will vary. However, hybrid batteries generally last anywhere between 80,000 and 100,000 miles before you need to start lining up a replacement.
The Team to Call for Your Hybrid Battery Replacement Needs
When your hybrid battery finally does reach the end of its lifespan, don’t hesitate to turn to Bumblebee Batteries. As a team of hybrid owners ourselves, we know that your No. 1 priority will be finding the best-performing replacement battery and having it installed quickly so that you can return to cruising down the open road in no time. We offer both new and rebuilt batteries for a variety of top hybrid models from manufacturers like Toyota, Honda, GMC, Nissan, Ford, Chevrolet, Lexus, and Dodge.
If you find yourself needing a new hybrid battery, you’ll be thrilled to know our process is quite simple. If you’re local to our Gresham, Oregon, shop, simply stop by and we’ll take care of the replacement. And even if you’re hundreds of miles away, we can still help through our mobile battery installation service. You’ll just choose a battery and we’ll ship it to you. Once you receive the shipment, we’ll facilitate the installation through one of the shops in our nationwide network. And just like that, your vehicle will be back up and running optimally.
Learn More Today
For more information about our hybrid battery replacement services, reach out to Bumblebee Batteries today.