How Do You Recondition a Hybrid Battery?
By Bumblebee Batteries
If your hybrid vehicle’s fuel economy isn’t what it once was, perhaps you’re nearing the time to invest in a hybrid battery replacement. However, if you’re on a tighter budget and can’t quite commit to a replacement at this time, there’s another option, which is reconditioning your hybrid battery.
What does it mean to recondition a hybrid battery? Well, the process involves charging, balancing, and deep discharging the battery pack, which breaks down voltage depressions in the battery’s cells. What this does is restore the battery to a usable state, allowing you to continue driving your vehicle without a full-blown replacement. However, this is only a short-term fix. Eventually, you’ll need to invest in a new battery for your hybrid vehicle. When you do, it’s important that you know who to turn to.
Look to the Experts at Bumblebee Batteries for Your Hybrid Battery Needs
If you notice that your hybrid car is no longer running as efficiently as it used to, look no further than Bumblebee Batteries. Our team is full of hybrid owners, which means we can relate on a personal level to the needs you have for your vehicle. We are the experts to trust, as we can get your car back up and running in no time. While we offer hybrid battery reconditioning as a short-term solution for those of our customers that are sticking to a budget, we will also offer you a variety of battery replacement options.
One of our BeeLine batteries would be a great cost-effective choice, as these batteries are rebuilt by our skilled team with working cells from older batteries. If your budget is a concern and you’re in dire need of a replacement, this is the best choice for you. However, if you’re looking for an even longer-lasting replacement, our BeeMax batteries—which are built new—can provide optimal performance for a long time to come.
For more information about reconditioning a hybrid battery or the battery replacements we offer hybrid owners everywhere, contact Bumblebee Batteries today.