AutoZone makes finding a 2017 Hyundai Elantra battery
replacement an easy task. When things go wrong with your car, you can depend on your AutoZoners to provide you with the best battery options available to fit your car at an affordable price. In addition, you can shop confidently with the warranty-backed options offered by the trusted battery brands.
Telltale Signs Your Battery is Failing
When a car battery fails, not only is it an inconvenience, but it can also be a potentially dangerous situation for both car and driver. Most batteries last for three to five years, depending on their environment and the amount they are used. Therefore, it is important to learn the signs of a failing battery so that you can get it replaced before ending up stranded.
Most of the signs of a failing battery
are the same across the board; you may notice that your battery’s case is swollen or leaking, the terminals are rusted or corroded, or your engine doesn’t start quite like it used to and is likely getting worse.
What Type of Battery Does My 2017 Hyundai Elantra Need?
The type of battery you need for your Elantra will depend on the warranty length, the power your engine requires, battery life, and the number of lead plates. You don’t have to tackle choosing a battery
yourself; just input your vehicle's info at the top of this page and we will show you the parts that fit.
Finding the Right Battery Size for a 2017 Hyundai Elantra
You don’t have to search your owner’s manual to find a battery
size for a 2017 Hyundai Elantras because AutoZone already knows it. We can also use the information from your existing battery, such as reserve charge and cold-cranking amps, to choose the perfect replacement.
How Much is an Elantra Battery?
The 2017 Elantra battery price is determined by battery size, brand, warranty, and more. You will find batteries ranging from $100 to $200, all of which are dependent on the features you want. Every battery carried by AutoZone is made by a trusted manufacturer, meaning you are getting only the highest quality parts.
Your local AutoZone’s free battery testing services
are one way to make sure you stay up to date on your car’s battery health. You can even get your battery charged using the Duralast® Fast Charger, or you can opt for a full battery replacement. You can get your new battery via Free In-Store and Curbside Pickup or with Free Next-Day Shipping.