Do You Have to Replace the Battery in a Hybrid Car?
By Adrian Castillo
There are certainly a wealth of benefits that come with driving a hybrid car, from outstanding fuel efficiency and potential tax credits to the general good feeling of joining the industry’s move toward cleaner and smarter technology. Of course, there are also plenty of differences between driving a hybrid and driving a standard gas-engine car. With those differences can come questions, such as “Do you have to replace the battery in a hybrid car?” As convenient as it would be to not need a battery replacement, the answer is a definite yes. The typical lifespan of your hybrid car’s hybrid battery is typically around 100,000 miles (compared with the battery of a standard gas-engine vehicle lasting 30,000 to 50,000 miles) and from there, you’ll start to notice signs that you’re due for a replacement in short order.
Replacing the Battery in Your Hybrid Car
When the time comes for you to invest in a hybrid battery replacement, there’s no doubt that you’ll want to partner with a team that can get the job done effectively and quickly so that you can have everything back up and running optimally as soon as possible. The good news is, you can turn to Bumblebee Batteries. We proudly serve hybrid owners throughout the U.S. with phenomenal mobile battery installation services.
Our mobile installation process is simple, as you just need to find the right battery in our online inventory, order it, and we’ll ship it to you. Once you receive the battery, we’ll facilitate the installation through one of the shops in our nationwide network and from there, you’ll be back to cruising down the streets in your beloved hybrid. And don’t worry—finding the right battery option won’t be hard when you turn to us. Our selection features new and rebuilt batteries for all of the top hybrid models from the likes of Toyota, Honda, Nissan, GMC, Ford, and Chevrolet.