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    Default Suggest Battery for Santro

    My ride was working totally fine,
    i came back home, then i had to go out again after an hour,
    tried to start it but surprised to see that battery is totally dead...
    Will install new one tomorrow, please advise which one is best for SANTRO...
    thanks for suggestions in advance...
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    I Think AGS XR40 Or XL48 Works Fine For It......!!
    48Amp Or 40 Amp Battery Is Enough....Just Depends On How Much Extra Load Is In Car Like Hi-Fi Deck Xenon Lights Etc....!
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    thanks for suggestion...
    there is no extra load, all stock...
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    @sergtr
    What about dry batteries? Do they offer any advantage (apart from hassle free maintenance)?
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    Unfortunately....AGS Making Dry Batteries But No Warranty Of It ....Useless If It Get Dead Just After You Take It And Place It......!!
    Normally I Hav'nt Listen Much About It Since Its Much Expensive Not Offering Any Good Results......!
    Some Good Imported Brands Also Available In Market But One Gets Scared Because There Is No Warranty.......!!!

    Nowdays These Maintainable Batteries Are Also Getting Warranty Periods Shorter Day By Day.......!! But One Can Believe As It Still Have Some Return If Get Dead After 4-6 Months......!!

    Mean While...Maintaince Free Batteries Hav'nt Succeeded Yet Capturing Attention Of Buyers..
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    Thanks for explaining...
    so finally AGS XR40 is fine for my ride?
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    I Hope So Since 40Amp Battery For 1000cc Is Enough......!! Still It Cost Around 2300-2400rs
    If You Can Get Hands On AGS XL48Amp...Thats More Better...CHeck For Diff B/w Both And If Pocket Allows.....Grab The 48Amp One Since Its Gonna Be Helpful In Winters When Cranking Engine In Cold.....!!! More Amp....More Cranks
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    Thanks for confirming again...
    Will go for 48Amp...
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