Need to change your battery but have no time spare? No problem! We deliver your battery right at your footsteps.
NS 40 ( Perodua, City, Vios, Daihatsu ) : RM 175
NS 60 ( Poton, Civic. Corolla, Mazda ) : RM 185
NS 70 ( Poton, Honda, Toyota, Hyundai ) : RM 260
NS 70Z ( Diesel car ) : RM320
55D23L ( Ford, Accord, Odyssey, Sorento, Alphade ) : RM 260
DIN 55 ( Audi, Citroen, Fiat, Kia ) : RM 260
DIN 66 ( Audi, Citroen, BMW, Fiat, Mercedes, Jaguar, Volvo ) : RM260
DIN 88 ( BMW, Citroen, Jaguar, Mercedes ) : RM 420
DIN 100 ( Brabus, Range Rover, Mercedes ) : RM 450
delivery charges is depends on locationprice included of trade in old battery.
15 months warranty.
We Provide 18-hours; 7-days a week battery delivery service.
- Installation Service Provided
All price are 10% cheaper than market price!!(dealer price)
free alternator checking.
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Ampang Area (Global Battery Enterprise)
our store is at no.23,Jalan Wawasan Ampang4/4,Bandar Baru Ampang,68000,Ampang,Selangor.
Puchong area, (Vin Battery Supplies)
102,block B,Sri Manja Flat,Jalan PJS3/55.Taman Sri Manja
A car battery is principally used to start the engine. It is also used to filter or stabilize power and to provide extra power for the ignition, lighting and other accessories when their combined load exceeds the capability of the charging system, i.e., when the engine is idling. It also provides power to the electrical system when the charging system is not operating. The battery lies hidden under the bonnet and is an essential component of your vehicle. Regular care is a must, for if it in bad shape, the car will refuse to move. "Push-start" is a solution but cannot be carried on for long. A well-maintained battery lasts for two years. Regular care of your battery is a must, otherwise your car will not move. "Push-start" is an option but not a long term solution. A well maintained battery usually lasts for two years.
Points to note when buying a new battery
Climatic conditions determine the kind of battery you should buy. Colder climates require batteries with higher CCA ratings than in a hot climate.
Reserve Capacity (RC)
The Reserve Capacity rating is the second most important consideration while buying a battery. This is because of the effects of an increased parasitic (key off) load and in emergencies. Reserve Capacity is the number of minutes a fully charged battery at 80 degrees F (26.7 degrees C) can be discharged at 25 amps until the voltage falls below 10.5 volts. More RC is better in every case! In a hot climate, for example, if your car has a 360 OEM cranking amp requirement, then a 400 CCA rated battery with 120 minute RC with more electrolyte would be more desirable than one with 1000 CCA with 90 minutes of RC. If more RC is required, two six-volt batteries can be connected in series or two (or more) 12 volt batteries can be connected in parallel. Within a BCI group size, generally the battery with larger RC will weigh more because it contains more lead.
Low maintenance (non-sealed) and maintenance free (non-sealed or sealed) are the two most common types of car batteries.
The advantages of maintenance free batteries are less preventative maintenance, longer life, faster recharging, greater overcharge resistance, reduced terminal corrosion and longer shelf life, but they are more prone to deep discharge (dead battery) failures due to increased shedding of active plate material.
In hot climates, buying non-sealed batteries is recommended because a sealed battery will not allow you to add water when required, or to test the specific gravity with an external hydrometer. Some manufacturers introduced a third type of car battery, "dual", that combined a standard battery with switchable emergency backup cells. For about the same cost a better approach was to buy two batteries and isolate them.
It is best to buy a commercial or AMG battery for excessive vibration applications. Car batteries are specially designed for high initial cranking amps (usually for five to 15 seconds) to start an engine; whereas, deep cycle (or marine) batteries are designed for prolonged discharges at lower amperage.
A "dual marine" battery is a compromise between a car and deep cycle battery; However, a car battery will give you the best performance in a car. For RVs, a car battery is used to start the engine and a deep cycle battery is used to power the accessories. The batteries are connected to a diode isolator and both are automatically recharged by the RV's charging system when engine is running.
Batteries are generally sold by model, so the group numbers will vary for the same price. This means that for the SAME price you can potentially buy a physically larger battery with more RC than the battery you are replacing, e.g. a 34/78 group might replace a smaller 26/70 group and give you an additional 30 minutes of RC.
If you do this, be sure that the replacement battery will fit, the cables will connect to the correct terminals, and that the terminals will NOT touch the hood when closed.
BCI and the battery manufacturers publish application guides that will contain the OEM cranking amperage requirements and group number replacement recommendations by make, model and year of car, and battery size, CCA and RC specifications. Manufacturers might not build or the store might not carry all the BCI group numbers. To reduce inventory costs, dual terminal "universal" batteries that will replace several group sizes are becoming more popular and fit 75% or more of cars on the road today.
Determining the "freshness" of a battery is sometimes difficult. A battery that is more than six months old should never be bought because it begins to sulfate. Sulfation occurs when lead sulfate can not be converted back to charged material and is created when discharged batteries stand for a long time or from excessive water loss.
As with every thing else, it is necessary that you check the warranty period of the battery before you buy it.
It is extremely important to note that
batteries contain a sulfuric acid electrolyte, which is a highly corrosive poison. It produces gasses when recharged and explode if ignited. When working with batteries, you need to have plenty of ventilation, remove jewelry, wear protective clothing and eyewear (safety glasses), and exercise caution. Whenever possible, you are requested to follow the manufacturer's instructions for testing, jumping, installing and charging.