Battery Center

Need a new battery for your Toyota? Maita Toyota's service center has you covered. 

No one wants to get stranded on their next road trip or on the way to work. Think of the tasks your Toyota's electrical system handles every day: starting the vehicle, charging your cell phone, powering lights, operating the windows and running the navigation system.

Maita Toyota’s certified auto technicians understand your Toyota and can inspect your vehicle’s electrical system is operating properly. A faulty electrical system will drain even a brand-new battery in a hurry. Maita Toyota technicians can check your alternator, making sure it recharges the battery whenever you drive.

Battery services offered by Maita Toyota include:

  • Battery inspection
  • Battery replacement
  • Charging system inspection
  • Battery cable cleaning and replacement
  • Battery fluid refilling
  • Alternator replacement

Batteries typically offer warning before they die. Look for evidence like trouble with vehicle starting, low headlight intensity, power accessories that are sluggish (lift gates or windows that operate slower than normal).

Need a new Toyota battery? Maita Toyota battery experts can help you choose the right battery for your vehicle and driving habits.

Maita Toyota also recycles automotive batteries. This environmentally-friendly program helps reduce resources needed to manufacture new batteries while diverting toxic waste from landfills.


How To Choose the Right Vehicle Battery

How To Choose the Right Vehicle Battery

Batteries are fickle things. Too much cold, too much heat and they can stop performing. Fear not--there are some simple ways of keeping the power flowing all year long. See how.

Don't let all the small electronics turn a good day bad

Don't let all the small electronics turn a good day bad

It’s not enough anymore for your car’s battery to just help start the engine. It also needs to power a navigation system, charge your cell phone, operate a back-up camera and a plethora of 21st century conveniences. 

So how do you ensure your battery has enough strength to do all that and prevent you from being stranded thousands of miles from home on your summer road trip?