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|5th August 2017, 12:37||#31|
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Re: Battery Woes!
My 14y/o Wagon-R needs a super inexpensive battery (35Ah, 12V). There are 3 options available, (with trade-in of old battery):
My preference is always towards Exide, and it fits my budget (or rather willingness to spend). It is GST paid, Aug'17 manufacture piece with bill... but label on it says "for 3 wheelers and LCVs", with a picture of Tata Ace on it. Dealer says that the car-specific pricing is higher, and same battery with a car-sticker will be pegged at least Rs.500/- higher. Any views ?
Here's a online page with it's specs.
Last edited by bdutta : 5th August 2017 at 12:39. Reason: added battery specs
|5th August 2017, 13:10||#32|
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If your car's battery compartment can accommodate a higher Ah battery, it will be wiser to do so. My car has a compartment which can accommodate DIN60 battery as against the OEM DIN44, the upgraded battery will last longer than the stipulated period. The extra RS 1200-1500 is worth it. Unfortunately this upgrade is not suitable for some Maruti-Suzuki vehicles.
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