Nissan Battery Inspection

Complimentary Battery Inspection*

*Certain restrictions apply. See Dealer for details.

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Make sure your battery is ready to go

A dead battery is inconvenient at best; at worst, it can be downright dangerous. Your Nissan dealer offers a complimentary battery diagnostic test as part of our multi-point inspection. And should you need a new battery, we have the right one for your Nissan vehicle.


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Batteries Just for your Nissan

Nissan Genuine Batteries are designed to meet your vehicle's original specifications and come with an 84-month Limited Warranty.* *Genuine Nissan Battery only. See warranty information booklet for battery limited warranty details.

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What kind of battery do you need?

What kind of battery do you need?

Standard flooded

The most common type of battery.

  • Fits standard automobile models
  • Wet filled, free-floating electrolyte
  • Designed for high cranking or high cycling

Enhanced
flooded battery

An enhanced version of the standard flooded battery.

  • Supports start-stop technology
  • Wet filled, free-floating electrolyte
  • More powerful than standard flooded batteries

Absorbed
glass mat battery

Battery design holds electrolyte in glassmat separators, as opposed to freely flooding plates.

  • Supports start-stop technology with regenerative braking and passive boost
  • Electrolyte absorbed and held in glass mat separators
  • Highest performance and durability

Symptoms of a dying battery

Slow cranking when you start your vehicle

Slow cranking when you start your vehicle

Clicking noises when turning the key

Clicking noises when turning the key

Interior lights start to dim

Interior lights start to dim

Dashboard battery light stays on

Dashboard battery light stays on

You need to jumpstart your vehicle

You need to jumpstart your vehicle

Let us Test your battery's life

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