Battery Size Chart

Do you suspect your vehicle battery is about to die? Knowing what type of battery to buy can be daunting with so many options available. We'll help break it down for you. 

Learn more about DieHard batteries are the best and which is right for your vehicle, and remember that when you purchase a battery from Advance, we'll install it for free. We'll even recycle your old battery for you. Whether you're in search of information about motorcycle or ATV, marine, car, golf cart, or lawn and garden batteries, we've got you covered! 


The Battery Council International (BCI) has created designations known as group sizes that provide a battery's exact physical dimensions. They provide the length, width, and height in both inches and millimeters. Before you start researching other characteristics like the cold cranking amp (CCA) rating and terminal position, it's good to start by consulting a battery size chart. 

After all, chances are you're not dealing with your grandfather's land yacht that had so much room under the hood you could climb in and take a nap. Modern vehicles cram more technology into a more compact space—get the wrong sized battery and installation will feel like trying to fit a square block in a round hole. 

common battery sizes
less common battery sizes
battery sizes 42-74
battery sizes 75-GC2H

​We have made every effort to provide you with accurate information, but please be aware that we cannot guarantee the measurements above. 

Last updated June 15, 2022