Battery Options for 2013 Toyota Prius
I had the luxury of a friend's 2017 Toyota Prius Three dying while parked in my garage. After finding the 12V battery in the trunk of the Prius and figuring out how to open the hatch without power, I put a multimeter on it to determine that it's dead. A battery charger also did nothing, meaning the battery is completely dead. So I started looking for replacement batteries for the Toyota Prius.
First option, Toyota battery, part # 2880021171 and 2880021170. It costs $239. But you have the peace of mind that it's the original equipment for the Prius. You can get it from any Toyota dealership and the Toyota parts web site:
Second option, Optima Batteries 8171-767 (DS46B24R) YellowTop Prius Battery. It costs $202.99 with free shipping from Amazon. Has yellow top, which mean is provides deep cycling capability. Supposedly last longer in the Prius, because the Prius doesn't use this battery to crank the engine.
Third option, ACDelco ACDB24R Advantage AGM Automotive BCI Group 51 Battery. It cost $172.87 with free shipping from Amazon. Not sure if this yellow top has the same meaning as the deep cycle one from Optima. But it's thirty dollars cheaper, making it a pretty good deal.
Any other options for the Toyota Prius battery?
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