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Average rating for Car battery replacement


4.8 • based on 712 reviews of 325 businesses

Car Battery Replacement

How much does a car battery replacement cost?

To avoid getting stranded with a vehicle that won’t start, it’s important to frequently make sure your car battery and charging system is always in good working order! If you do have a dead battery, a battery replacement is the only long-term solution.

The average car battery replacement starts at around $150, depending on the type of vehicle.

Mobile Car Battery Replacement

Stuck at home, the office, or the side of the road, and your car battery isn't working the way it should? No stress! The best thing about mobile battery specialists is that they will come to you and can replace your car battery. Search and book a mobile mechanic on AutoGuru, it’s the easiest solution. 

Car Battery brands recommended by AutoGuru

We highly recommend Century batteries. But don’t take our word for it – out of 13 car battery brands, 29% of mechanics on AutoGuru say they prefer Century! They're Aussie made to suit our conditions, with the entire range backed by a 30-month warranty. How good’s that? 

Book a car battery replacement

AutoGuru is the easiest way to find local, high-quality experts to replace your car battery. You can even book now, and pay later with Afterpay, humm, Openpay, or Zip! Too easy. Get your car battery replaced today!

Tips to remember:

  • You may lose radio and clock settings during this repair, so make sure to have any necessary radio PIN codes handy to restore operation. 
  • Vehicles equipped with ‘Stop-Start’ systems, which shut the engine down in certain situations to save fuel, have specially designed batteries that can withstand the extra load that is put on the system. These vehicles are fitted with heavy-duty batteries, and failure to fit the correct battery may cause issues with the system, and premature failure

Be careful

Operating a vehicle with a failed battery or charging system can be dangerous. Your vehicle may stop suddenly, endangering any passengers and other motorists around you.