Lusso Motorsports Group in Scottsdale offers automotive battery services, replacements, and inspections. Scottsdale & Phoenix drivers would do well to make the short trip over to our auto center if their vehicle is in need of battery services. Our certified automotive technicians are always ready to test and jump-start batteries.
Most people don't realize this, but you can catch early warning signs in your vehicle prior to the battery giving out. If you pay attention, you may be able to detect these symptoms when you're operating your new or used car in AZ: Corrosion on the posts or cables, alternator issues, dimming headlights when the AC comes on, multiple jump-starts, battery life has extended the warranty, or your battery is over three years old.
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LMG proudly serves Phoenix, Arizona east valley and the surrounding areas including Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, McCormick Ranch, The Promenade, and DC Ranch.
Standard car batteries use a liquid electrolyte composed of acid and water. An absorbed glass mat (AGM) battery uses a paste rather than a liquid electrolyte which gives it a lighter weight, allows it charge faster, and can be mounted sideways where traditional batteries cannot.
The average car battery weighs somewhere between 27 and 50lbs.
By scheduling regular maintenance inspections that include battery voltage checks. Even if the battery seems fine, your technician may spot unusual electrical activity that might promote drainage. Smart driving habits can also help you spare your battery from an untimely death. Always make sure that you've switched off all lights or anything drawing from the battery after driving. Unplug any chargers or devices that might cause a phantom power drain. Avoid leaving your car in the Arizona sun.
Some cars will get up to five or six years out of their battery, while others will need a new one after only two years. In general, your car will usually need a new battery after three to four years. Replacing your car battery is another part of routine maintenance.