How Do I Know If My Hybrid Car Battery Is Bad?
By Adrian Castillo
The reality is that, someday, you will have to replace your hybrid car’s battery. How will you know when the time is right, though? Well, there are some clear signs that a hybrid battery is going bad, and it’s important that you know what they are. Because, of course, it’s far better to invest in a replacement battery before yours fully dies rather than wait until your car isn’t running anymore and possibly leaves you stranded. Here, we’ll help you decipher some important indicators.
Taking Notice When Your Hybrid Battery Is Going Bad
First, you’ll probably see a sharp decrease in your miles per gallon (MPG). If you’re having to take more frequent trips to the gas station, your battery may be reaching the end of its lifespan. Second, your battery simply may not be holding a charge as long as it once did. And finally, your vehicle may be making unusual sounds, which could indicate that it’s time to replace your hybrid battery.
Know Who To Partner With for Your Hybrid Battery Replacement
When you do start to notice signs that your hybrid battery is going bad, it’s important to know who to call for its replacement. If you’re a hybrid owner in the Pacific Northwest, there’s no better company to work with than Bumblebee Batteries. We offer both new and rebuilt batteries that meet exceptional performance standards, installing them with the utmost expertise. We are based out of our Gresham, Oregon, shop, but we can also facilitate mobile installations throughout the region and all over the U.S.
If you’re interested in learning more about how to tell if your hybrid’s battery is nearing the end of its lifespan, or if you want more information about the replacement batteries we offer, contact Bumblebee Batteries today.