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Mobile Prius Hybrid Battery Service Fits 2004-2009 on 2040-parts.com

US $799.00
Location:

Rock Port, Missouri, United States

Rock Port, Missouri, United States
Mobile Prius Hybrid Battery Service Fits 2004-2009, US $799.00, image 1
Condition:Used

We provide diagnosis, testing and installation of 2004-2009 Toyota Prius high voltage (HV) hybrid batteries. We also have used Prius parts and provide other mechanical services if needed.

Reconditioned hybrid HV batteries are the best alternative to buying factory new batteries for $3,000 to $6,000.

We offer customers a few options to consider when repairing their 2004-2009 self-regenerating Toyota Prius HV hybrid batteries:

Option #1. $799 - 2004-2009 Generation 2 HV Hybrid OEM Reconditioned Battery Pack - This option includes mobile installation and a 1 year HV battery warranty. Our reconditioning process is a state-of-the-art process that involves testing, replacing bad modules, a charging and discharging process as well as a filling and balancing process.

Option #2. If customers are mechanically inclined and would like to save some money, they can bring their battery in, have it tested, rebuilt, charged and/or reconditioned. But be prepared to leave it for 3-4 days for reconditioning.

*Free mobile battery installation (within 200 mile radius) included in the above prices.
*Includes us recycling your old hybrid battery.
*References available upon request.

Please call Brian at 660-787-0058 if you have any questions or require additional information.

We are not affiliated in any way with Elite Auto, Armstrong Hybrid Battery Service (its employees) or Michael Nouri the owner.  Search Elite Auto on P R I U S C H A T . C O M

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