OE range now available

OE range now available

Exide’s range of Start-Stop batteries are now available to the aftermarket and include all the same features as its existing OE line.

The AGM battery delivers four times the cycle life, 20% more power and three times greater charge acceptance than a standard type. It achieves this by using advanced lead-tin alloys, high-surface glass mat separators and special carbon additives.

The new Exide EFB battery has similar advantages. Meanwhile, its conventional Carbon Boost batteries, pictured here, are designed to recharge up to 1.5 times faster and deliver 30% more starting power, resulting from a breakthrough in the company’s research of carbon boost technology.

     

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