Use the links below to find your vehicle's make, model and year matched with the battery recommended by the manufacturer. The battery finder below is applicable for most Japanese, European, Korean, Australian, New Zealand passenger cars and some American cars, 4X4s, commercial vans and light trucks. (use for estimate purpose only)
Make sure the battery you are ordering is the right one for your car!
Replacement car batteries should be chosen by the battery's physical size. Take measurements of the length, width and height of the battery you are replacing and use those physical dimensions to determine which replacement battery to order. It is not necessary for the replacement battery to match the dimensions of your current battery exactly but they should be close in physical size. Take note of the terminal diameter, it should be either 10mm or 20mm, and whether the negative terminal is located on the right or left side.
Locate the replacement car battery by the part number. Typically, part numbers are typed on the top label of the battery. They consist of either numbers and letters or numbers only. Type the battery part number into search bar on right top corner of this page to find the proper replacement battery.
For the best possible results and longest service life, install a car battery with the CCA and RC ratings recommended by the car's manufacturer. Using a car battery with lower capacity could shorten battery life and can occasionally cause electronic malfunction. A battery with higher capacity will not do any damage to the starter or electronics, but it will extend the battery discharge time and ultimate service life.
AUTOMOTIVE STARTING BATTERY RATINGS
CCA (Cold Cranking Amps) is the number of amps a new battery can provide at -18C for the first 30 seconds. The CCA rating shows battery power for starting application: the higher the CCA, the biger the engine that can be turned over.
RC (Reserve Capacity) is the number of minutes a new battery drains at 25 amps load. An RC rating shows the battery discharge time when all accessories are turned on in the car and the engine is not running.