Compare Car Battery Technologies: Which Battery Technology is Right for Your Vehicle

The vehicles we drive and the various ways we use them are constantly evolving, and auto batteries are playing an increasingly important role. To keep up with increased demand on your battery, the technology of automotive batteries has dramatically advanced over the last several years. The range of choices and technologies is vast. That’s why we’re here to help you navigate through the different types of battery technologies and determine which is the best fit for your driving needs and your vehicle.
The conventional flooded lead-acid battery is designed to deliver quick bursts of power

Standard Flooded

A standard flooded lead-acid battery powers your electrical system when it needs it most- for starting your vehicle. Ideal for standard vehicle applications with normal electrical demands.

Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) batteries are designed for superior power to support the higher electrical demands of today's vehicles.

Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM)

AGM batteries are designed to provide superior power to support the higher electrical demands of today’s vehicles and start-stop applications.

OPTIMA SPIRALCELL TECHNOLOGY for superior vibration resistance and extended life.

OPTIMA® Battery

OPTIMA batteries are high-performance automotive, marine and heavy-duty AGM batteries that deliver superior performance in both starting and deep cycle applications.

Batteries with PowerFrame grid technology are built structurally strong to withstand grid corrosion.

PowerFrame® Grid Technology

Grids manufactured with PowerFrame technology are designed structurally strong and offer increased corrosion resistance compared to other leading grid designs.