Duracell AGM Automotive Battery - Group Size 35/85
About this item
- 12V automotive battery
- Regulated, AGM sealed valve
- Designed to withstand extreme weather conditions
- Durable and long-lasting
For vehicle owners who require an AGM battery and want the very best for their car or truck, the Duracell AGM Automotive Battery - Group Size 35/85 is a fantastic choice. It provides superior starting power along with a long-lasting life and a high reserve capacity. As such, the Duracell AGM Automotive Battery will be something you can count on for years to come.
What is an AGM Battery?
Conventional batteries have been around for decades and they have freely flooding plates for the electrolyte to sit in. As such, they require maintenance from time to time. AGM batteries, on the other hand, are maintenance-free because the electrolyte is held in glass mats. This makes them incredibly handy to have in a vehicle with a battery tucked away as water levels are not needed to be maintained.
Made by a Trusted Brand
Duracell has been producing outstanding batteries for devices and vehicles for many years. This Duracell AGM Automotive Battery is the product of many years of refinement and research as well as the utilization of industry-leading technology. The manufacturing process for each battery is computer-controlled and undergoes countless checks for quality. This results in an AGM battery that people across the world can rely on time after time.
What is the Best Car Battery?
Auto buyers are always looking for the best car battery for their vehicle when it comes to finding a new one, and likely you are no different. So if you're considering the Duracell AGM Automotive Battery or a separate one, you'll want to keep in mind a few things before making your choice. The first thing you should do aside from being sure it is compatible with your vehicle is to check the cranking amps of the AGM battery, as this will tell you how well it will start your vehicle. The Duracell AGM Automotive Battery - Group Size 35/85 has 755 cranking amps at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. After that, look at the cold cranking amps if you live in or travel through cold climates. This particular Duracell battery has 640 cranking amps at 0 degrees Fahrenheit. When comparing batteries, higher numbers are better in both cases so that you can count on your vehicle starting when you need it the most.