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  Reply # 1256975 12-Mar-2015 11:42
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TwoSeven: Yuasa from Yuasa.


Yeah those batteries are pretty pricey, I paid about $300 for mine on my MR2. but quality wise couldn't be beat (Japan made), when you consider Repco ones having to be replaced every 2 years (just outside warranty). If the car is a keeper put the best battery you can in it.

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  Reply # 1257094 12-Mar-2015 13:20
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The Japanese sure make good batteries. My mum's 2005 Toyota Yaris still has the original battery in it. My dad's 2005 Honda Accord Euro's original battery was replaced in 2014.

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