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  • Premium X2Power AGM batteries do it all. They will not just start your car or truck in any weather condition but also run all of your electronics and equipment with ease. Exclusively at Batteries Plus
  • This X2Power battery provides 840 Cold Cranking Amps for a premium level of power when you need it most. This battery can also be mounted in many orientations and is exceptionally vibration resistant.
  • The SLI24AGMDP exceeds expectations for a car battery. The BCI Group 24 battery commonly fits in many Volvo, Pontiac, Subaru, and more models.
  • Engine having trouble starting? Stop by your local Batteries Plus to have your battery tested to see if it's time for a new one.
  • Most batteries can be installed at your local store free of charge. Schedule your install today. We'll even recycle your old battery for you while you're here.
  • Comes with a 5 year free replacement warranty. See SLI Warranty Policy for details.
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Brand: X2Power
Capacity: 77AH
Cold Cranking Amps: 840
Format: BCI Group 24
Lead Acid Type: Deep Cycle
Lead Acid Type: Dual Purpose (Starting/Cycling)
Lead Acid Type: Starting
Voltage: 12

Types of Batteries for Electric Scooters and Bikes

There are three types of batteries to choose from for your electric scooter or electric bike:

    • Sealed lead acid battery (SLA)
    • Nickel metal hydride battery (NiMH)
    • Lithium-ion battery (LIB)

Most electric scooters and bikes use a sealed lead acid battery. A sealed battery means there's no ongoing maintenance to worry about. It's also fully enclosed, which means it's spill proof and reduces the risk of acid spilling out and causing injury or damage to your scooter.

Refer to your owner's manual, or come to a Batteries Plus Bulbs near you for help choosing the right type of battery for your specific model.