Best Motorcycle Battery

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When you ask an expert for their opinion on the best motorcycle battery available, the ones they usually recommend are hard to come by and can be quite expensive. Fortunately, if you know enough about motorcycle batteries, you don't need to worry — there are quite a few good batteries available for a fair price. The one Advance Auto Parts recommends is the DieHard Powersport battery. With its sealed battery design and refined craftsmanship, it will survive long after most batteries have already failed.


Even though motorcycle engines and their electrical systems work similarly to the systems in your car, the size, construction, mounting, weight and specifications will all be different. All of these factors are important when you check the specs of the bike battery you want to buy. The first thing you have to do is know your old battery's cold cranking amp (CCA) rating and make sure any batteries you look at can provide at least that amount. It certainly won't hurt to find a battery that exceeds that rating. Next, you'll want to accurately measure the length, height and width of the battery you're replacing so you can choose the correct size and mount for your bike's make and model.


In terms of performance, one of the best motorcycle batteries you can find on the market is DieHard's impressive sealed Powersport. One of the things that makes the DieHard Powersport stand out is that it's a universal battery, which means it can fit many different types of motorcycles. Its design and performance level are ideal not only for motorcycles, but also for ATVs, 4-wheelers, personal water craft like jet skis and snowmobiles. The 12-volt battery also features DieHard's AGM technology, which provides you with a completely spill-proof battery that never leaks or requires maintenance.

DieHard Powersport Battery


So, what stands out about the DieHard product? While the battery is relatively cheap, its construction features environmentally safe components and porous microfiber separators that are designed to ideally eliminate any chance of leakage. Also, no filling or activation is required. Installing it couldn't be easier — all you have to do is mount and go. Finally, the remarkably low discharge rate and vibration-resistant construction of the battery make it particularly suited for motorcycle use.


The Powersport AGM battery has 310 CCA, which makes it perfect for nearly any motorcycle. Its impressive performance is made even better by the 18-minute reserve capacity, which is superior to what most cheaper batteries have to offer. In spite of that, the price is remarkably low, and the battery also comes with a handy 90-day warranty, which guarantees that it's built to last. This battery is quite possibly the best motorcycle battery you can get for your money, so go to your local Advance Auto Parts to check it out.

Last updated December 14, 2020