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    My car's battery is more than 3 yrs old now (stock). I am thinking of replacing it and I cannot decide between Amaron or Panasonic.

    1SN for Amaron is P3.5k and Panasonic is P3.2k but with shorter warranty. My stock battery is Thailand and I am very impressed that it lasted so long! The dealer said Panasonic is also Thailand so I am thinking if Panasonic is better though it is cheaper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy_for_you View Post
    My car's battery is more than 3 yrs old now (stock). I am thinking of replacing it and I cannot decide between Amaron or Panasonic.

    1SN for Amaron is P3.5k and Panasonic is P3.2k but with shorter warranty. My stock battery is Thailand and I am very impressed that it lasted so long! The dealer said Panasonic is also Thailand so I am thinking if Panasonic is better though it is cheaper?
    Have it checked at a battery store first, it might still last awhile. My motolite battery lasted 5 years 4 mos. Before it conked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy_for_you View Post
    My car's battery is more than 3 yrs old now (stock). I am thinking of replacing it and I cannot decide between Amaron or Panasonic.

    1SN for Amaron is P3.5k and Panasonic is P3.2k but with shorter warranty. My stock battery is Thailand and I am very impressed that it lasted so long! The dealer said Panasonic is also Thailand so I am thinking if Panasonic is better though it is cheaper?
    i don't know with panasonic, but I've got amaron sa corolla ko last month.... ambigat, mukhang puro tingga ang loob.

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    We've tried and used almost every battery brand available in the market for our trucks. GS, Rocket, KOBA, AC Delco, Quantum, Tropical, etc.

    In the long run, we decided to go back to Motolite. Warranty wise, we had no problems with Motolite. Plus, its local, so product tech support thru numerous battery dealers is abundant.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy_for_you View Post
    My car's battery is more than 3 yrs old now (stock). I am thinking of replacing it and I cannot decide between Amaron or Panasonic.

    1SN for Amaron is P3.5k and Panasonic is P3.2k but with shorter warranty. My stock battery is Thailand and I am very impressed that it lasted so long! The dealer said Panasonic is also Thailand so I am thinking if Panasonic is better though it is cheaper?

    Amaron na lang.... Just make sure battery size is correct.

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    Ang goal ko maka sampung amaron. Currently on number 7 i think. Hehe. From the first unit to the last one i got, all are working as intended and some are now deployed in demanding conditions.

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    Amaron is made in India, isn't it? Is it really of good quality? I read on another thread that Subaru uses Panasonic as its stock battery so I figured it must be good as well.

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    Subaru's are imported here as CBU's. Hence they come with "imported" batteries as well. If you take a peek under the hood of the locally assembled (CKD) car's. Chances are its a Motolite.

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    I like Amaron's neon green case so doon ako.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy_for_you View Post
    Amaron is made in India, isn't it? Is it really of good quality? I read on another thread that Subaru uses Panasonic as its stock battery so I figured it must be good as well.
    made in india nga stock battery din ng Hyundai Eon.

    Subukan mong Amaron di ka magsisisi.

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