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Old 07-08-2015, 12:54 AM   #1
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New car battery

Anyone have any suggestion on a battery brand that's sure to last and is reliable?


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Did your current battery give you 3 to 4 years of trouble free service before it died? If so, consider one of them as a good replacement.

My other vehicle, a Ford F150, always gets a FoMoCo battery, as they are extremely reliable and priced to compete with other batteries available. Dealership parts departments sell them, and are very competitive in their pricing.

When it comes to most parts, (especially batteries) if you buy cheap, you get cheap.
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It only gave me 2 years. My car is 2013 and it's already drained out


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It only gave me 2 years. My car is 2013 and it's already drained out


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If it's not covered under the bumper to bumper, the least the dealer should do for you, at no charge, is to do a "parasitic battery drain test".
2 years is a defective battery or a parasitic battery drain. Now-a-days everything shuts itself off after a short delay if left on accidentally. I would hope the mustang has come at least that far with its technology.
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Ive had good luck with the Dura Last Gold.
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If it's not covered under the bumper to bumper, the least the dealer should do for you, at no charge, is to do a "parasitic battery drain test".

2 years is a defective battery or a parasitic battery drain. Now-a-days everything shuts itself off after a short delay if left on accidentally. I would hope the mustang has come at least that far with its technology.

I'm going to the dealer today and see if they can do that for me because your right, a battery that last two years has something wrong with it


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New car battery

My cars have interstate, then again we're an interstate dealer. Battery in my Impala went dead this year (6 years) and the Porsche's battery is close to 7 years old. Always been reliable for me, and my customers. But I haven't had any luck with durlast batteries.
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My understanding is that most car batteries available today are made by Johnson Controls, regardless of whose name is on the sticker.

Knowing this, when I replaced the battery in my old Focus, I just went with the AutoZone brand...no problems and lasted for years until I traded it in for the Mustang.
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My cars have interstate, then again we're an interstate dealer. Battery in my Impala went dead this year (6 years) and the Porsche's battery is close to 7 years old. Always been reliable for me, and my customers. But I haven't had any luck with durlast batteries.

I live close to an interstate battery store and that's the battery I was going to go for. Heard and read good reviews on it


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Yes they are very good. I'm putting one in my Roush when the current battery goes bad.
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My understanding is that most car batteries available today are made by Johnson Controls, regardless of whose name is on the sticker.

Knowing this, when I replaced the battery in my old Focus, I just went with the AutoZone brand...no problems and lasted for years until I traded it in for the Mustang.
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"The majority of car batteries are created by 3 manufacturers - Delphi, Exide and Johnson Controls Industries. Delphi makes some EverStart models sold in Walmart and ACDelco. Johnson Control Industries makes Duralast seen in Autozone stores, Diehard - sold in Sears, Kirkland - the Costco brand, Motorcraft - which Ford sells, some of the EverStarts, and Interstate. Exide makes Exide batteries, Champion, Napa and even a % of the EverStart batteries."

I never knew that!
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^ Hey, thanks for finding the more detailed info! I wonder if any of the "big three" battery makers is better than the others?

I've also toyed with the idea of getting an Optima battery for weight savings when my current battery dies, but I'm not sure if it's worth the cost. I also vaguely recall reading something about harder starts in cold weather, which we get a fair share of here in MA!
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Optima used to have great batteries. My old truck had a big stereo and under drive pulleys and never had a problem with a dead battery or dimming lights. I read recently that they have gone downhill.


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Optima FTW X2

I have had optimas last longer than the cars they were in. I actually took an optima out of my old truck (2000 Tacoma) and put the battery in my replacement truck (2007 Tacoma) and that battery lasted 9 years and 150k+ miles combined between the 2 trucks. Both having big stereos, one had shaved door handles with door poppers (draws a ton of amps). I left the battery in when I traded the 07 in but that battery was still going strong!!




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I have an optima red top in my 2012. Just make sure you get the one with the positive post on the right side as u face it (drivers side)
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So now my choice is between optima and interstate hmm. Lol


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Did your current battery give you 3 to 4 years of trouble free service before it died? If so, consider one of them as a good replacement.

My other vehicle, a Ford F150, always gets a FoMoCo battery, as they are extremely reliable and priced to compete with other batteries available. Dealership parts departments sell them, and are very competitive in their pricing.

When it comes to most parts, (especially batteries) if you buy cheap, you get cheap.
I have my factory battery now for 5 years this October 2015 and its in great shape.

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optima makes bad *** batteries but i dont think they fit in the stock battery tray in our cars
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optima makes bad *** batteries but i dont think they fit in the stock battery tray in our cars

There is an optima for any car bud.


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Mine came with 3 different plastic hold down things that the stock long bolt goes through. I still have my stock battery and keep it charged in case of an emergency. Batteries are EXPENSIVE lol
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I would highly advise avoilding lithium ion battery's due to there nature of catching fire if they are not Maintainted 100% to there liking.


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I would highly advise avoilding lithium ion battery's due to there nature of catching fire if they are not Maintainted 100% to there liking.


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Another vote for Optima red top. I bought my last one in 2012, ended up selling the car it was in, left it stored in my basement for more than a year and a half until my trucks battery gave up the ghost, dropped it in without charging expecting it to be dead, truck cranked over stronger than it ever had since I bought it. Since then I've sold the truck and the Optima is now waiting in my garage until needed again.
My last Optima was 10 years old when I bought it from a junkyard for $10, used it a couple years and sold the car with it still going. I've also seen an Optima go bad after less than 2 years though, so there's always a chance for a dud.

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I've been using Interstate, the upper tier one for harsh climates and it's pretty good. No problems ever on multiple vehicles even in -30F.
I would prefer to have an Optima though. The only problem is...I only think about the battery when it's dead. Then it's kinda too late to order an Optima and wait. No one local has them.
So, now, after this topic refreshed my intentions to get an Optima, I'm going to order one and put it in before Winter. Plus they look kinda cool
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no they dont dude... you have to get a aftermarket battery tray to install one on an 11-14 there battery is too big for the stock tray.. pretty sure upr makes the tray for it
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no they dont dude... you have to get a aftermarket battery tray to install one on an 11-14 there battery is too big for the stock tray.. pretty sure upr makes the tray for it

You know what you are correct. I said that without actually looking and assumed that a great company like optima would have got this under control.

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yep but the upr tray is like 120 bucks so after it's all said and done you're gonna end up spending about 400 bucks to put an optima in your 11-14 mustang
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yep but the upr tray is like 120 bucks so after it's all said and done you're gonna end up spending about 400 bucks to put an optima in your 11-14 mustang

Still worth it in my opinion


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Sounds like it would give at least a 35 HP gain.
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I didn't have to get a separate try for my optima red top. It comes with 3 separate bolt downs and I even swapped out the foam blanket wrap and the stock over strap fits. Idk
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Did your current battery give you 3 to 4 years of trouble free service before it died? If so, consider one of them as a good replacement.

My other vehicle, a Ford F150, always gets a FoMoCo battery, as they are extremely reliable and priced to compete with other batteries available. Dealership parts departments sell them, and are very competitive in their pricing.

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3 to 4 years is a pathetic life span for a car battery. I got 7 years from a blemished Interstate battery for less than $40
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I'm on the road so can't verify but maybe mine did come with a tray for the battery now that I think of it but it was nothing I paid separately for or had to get elsewhere. Everything came with the battery and bolted down with the stock strap and bolt
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Hi guys,

My factory battery is about to die. It is about 4.5 years old. Am between getting an Interstate for around $ 150 and install it myself or just be lazy and call AAA, have them install it, costs $ 111. Does anybody know what brand they use? What would you do? Thanks!
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My factory battery is about to die. It is about 4.5 years old. Am between getting an Interstate for around $ 150 and install it myself or just be lazy and call AAA, have them install it, costs $ 111. Does anybody know what brand they use? What would you do? Thanks!
That's horrible your factory battery is just about dead and its not even 5 years old. My factory battery is 5 years old and good to go thus far.

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