Does anyone have any older repco batteries still going OK? And if so how long have you had them for?
Any feedback appreciated.
no but the AA brand is very good
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I haven't put one in a 4x4 but I've put a few repco batteries in sedans over the years and they've been good as gold
repco trade your old batteries in as well giving you a small discount
Supercharge, Marshall, Exide, all good brands
Bosch batteries through Autostop are doing fairly good pricing at the moment.
Never had an issue with the AA ones or Exide. Just got a new car that came with a "Supercharge" battery which I see also has a 40 month warranty and seems to be doing OK (Sorry to hijack but also curious if anyone has experience with them? - EDIT: Ah I see @Jase2985 has :D)
You are correct, the Repco ones are supplied by Century-Yuasa (unless they have changed supplier since I last worked there 3 years ago). I have bought a few of them, as well as recommended them to friends and family, and never had an issue. And Repco's warranty is pretty good if you do have issues.
One thing I have found about Repco is that for the most part, they choose quality suppliers for their in-house brand: Century-Yuasa for batteries, Penrite for oil, not sure who supplies tools, but they are solid.
But most batteries from a big brand are pretty good these days, as long as you don't get the cheapest, nastiest stuff on offer.
I have used AA batteries in my Land Rover vehicles and my mower.
All have been very good.