Battery Service


One of the worst feelings as a driver is when your key in the ignition and hear that all-too-familiar sound of a battery not being able to start. Don't let yourself get stranded because of a dead battery by taking advantage of our battery service near DC at Pohanka Acura in Chantilly, Virginia.

At Pohanka Acura, you never have to set up an appointment and our extended service hours now make it easier than ever to get your vehicle serviced. We take care of all makes and models, and our skilled technicians know that time isn't always on your side, so they strive to get you back on the road in as little time as possible. We offer service specials and coupons for deals on service ranging from tire specials and oil changes to alignments and other discounts.

We offer a free battery inspection to make sure there's still plenty of life in your vehicle, and you can bring it in at any time, and our extended service hours make that easier than ever. We'll test your battery, and if it needs to be replaced, we've got great deals and coupons for new equipment and great service.

Getting stuck because of a dead battery can be a very frustrating experience and make you question how you didn't notice your battery was going bad. Luckily, there are a few ways to check if your battery is going bad.


One sign might be a check engine light, while another is the all too familiar sound of your vehicle struggling to turn over. If you can't remember the last time you replaced your battery, it's probably time for you to go out and get a new one.

The life of a car battery ranges from three to four years, but it also depends on your driving habits and the driving conditions. You may also be able to check the age of your battery to determine just how old it is. Most batteries come with a manufacturer code and start with a letter and then a string of numbers. The first letter ranges from “A” to “L”, through sometimes “I” is taken out and “M” is included. These letters indicate the month in which the batter was produced, so 1 is January, 2 is February, and so on. The following numbers let you know what year the battery was produced, so “9” would be 2009, “0” would be 2010, and “1” would be 2011.

Having a fresh battery in your vehicle is a great way to avoid headaches and frustration in the long haul, and for battery service near DC, Pohanka Acura in Chantilly is your number one choice. Offering great service and extended service hours, you can be assured that our skilled technicians will get you back on the road in no time.

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