Car battery price in Nigeria: Best brands for your car

12/03/2020

Posted by: Henry Egan

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Want to know the best car battery brands you should consider for your car and their prices, then this article is for you, Come in and get all the details!!!

The battery is undoubtedly one of the most critical components of every modern automobile (and car battery price is a headache as well), as it supplies the initial electrical energy required by the starter motor to crank up an engine. So without your battery, your car will not start, and you may be left with the push-starting option, which is a stressful, embarrassing, and obviously unpleasant experience.

Besides this, the battery serves as an ever-ready electrical energy buffer that works to support the work of the alternator, especially when the energy demand on the alternator is beyond its capacity.

Fortunately, every car generally arrives with a battery; however, car batteries do not last forever. In fact, a battery has a life span of between 5 to 7 years, while some may break-down faster depending on several prevailing conditions the battery is exposed to.

Thus, there comes a time where you need to replace a bad or spent-out battery. This is the time when you invest wisely and make the best decision on choosing a replacement battery.

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The battery is a critically important component of every car

This article will look at the best car battery brands for your car and their prices in Nigeria.

Car battery price in Nigeria: Best brands for your car

The following list supplies the names of some of the best battery brands you can consider for your car. You must try to purchase these batteries from trusted vendors, to avoid unknowingly purchasing a substandard product.

Remember, the standard battery lifespan ranges from 5-7 years, but a substandard battery might fail within 12 months. Dishonest people sources for bad batteries, have them refurbished and then sell them back to unsuspecting buyers which explains why these substandard batteries fail so fast.

  • Prime Battery
  • Rocket Battery
  • Arnold Battery
  • Atlas Gold Battery
  • Delkor Battery
  • Diamond Battery
  • Emperor Battery
  • Solite Battery
  • Starter Premium Battery
  • Target Premium Battery
  • Evergold Battery
  • Gales Battery
  • Hankook Battery
  • JUST Car Battery
  • Solite Battery
  • Starter Premium Battery
  • Target Premium Battery
  • Amazon Car Battery
  • Everstart Battery
Car battery price in Nigeria: Brand-wise

 Battery Brand

Battery Info

 Price

 Rocket Battery 45 Ah/12V Battery ₦16,000
62 Ah/12V Battery ₦19,500
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦23,000
100 Ah/12V Battery ₦38,000
150 Ah/12V Battery ₦60,000
Amazon Battery 62 Ah/12V Battery ₦16,000
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦20,000
100 Ah/12V Battery ₦28,500
 Arnold Battery 45 Ah/12V Battery ₦14,500
62 Ah/12V Battery ₦17,000
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦20,000
150 Ah/12V Battery ₦39,000
Atlas Battery  45 Ah/12V Battery ₦14,500 
62 Ah/12V Battery ₦16,000
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦20,000
100 Ah/12V Battery ₦30,000
 Delkor Battery 62 Ah/12V Battery ₦19,700
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦23,000
 Diamond Battery 62 Ah/12V Battery ₦20,000 
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦23,500
100 Ah/12V Battery ₦38,000
150 Ah/12V Battery ₦60,500
200 Ah/12V Battery ₦74,000
Emperor Battery 62 Ah/12V Battery ₦16,000 
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦20,000 
120 Ah/12V Battery ₦32,000
Evergold Battery 45 Ah/12V Battery ₦14,500 
62 Ah/12V Battery ₦16,000 
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦20,000
Everstart Battery 45 Ah/12V Battery ₦16,000
60 Ah/12V Battery ₦18,500
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦23,000
80 Ah/12V Battery ₦26,500
90 Ah/12V Battery ₦28,000
100 Ah/12V Battery ₦41,000
150 Ah/12V Battery ₦60,000
Gales Battery 45 Ah/12V Battery ₦14,500
62 Ah/12V Battery ₦16,500
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦20,000
150 Ah/12V Battery ₦32,500
Hankook Battery 45 Ah/12V Battery ₦16,000
60 Ah/12V Battery ₦17,500
62 Ah/12V Battery ₦20,000
65 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦18,700
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦23,500
80 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦26,500
88 Ah/12V Battery ₦29,500
100 Ah/12V Battery ₦39,000
120 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦50,000
150 Ah/12V Battery ₦60,500
Solite Battery 45 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦16,000
62 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦19,500
75 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦23,500
80 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦26,500
90 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦28,000
100 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦38,500
150 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦60,000
200 Ah/12V Battery (K) ₦74,000
Prime Battery 45 Ah/12V Battery (C) ₦14,500
62 Ah/12V Battery ₦16,000
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦20,000
100 Ah/12V Battery ₦27,000
150 Ah/12V Battery ₦35,500
Starter Premium Battery 62 Ah/12V Battery ₦19,500
75 Ah/12V Battery ₦23,000
100 Ah/12V Battery ₦37,000
150 Ah/12V Battery ₦60,000
Target Premium Battery 80 Ah/12V Battery ₦26,000
Just Car Battery 75 Ah/12V Battery ₦19,500

>>> Check out these simple tips that will make your car battery last longer than usual

Signs of a Failing Car Battery

So, as your battery gets older, its effectiveness will gradually decrease to a point that it finally packs up. But for the car owner, it is obviously annoying that you may not be privy to this degradation process, and sometimes you may even mix the signs that your battery is failing. 

However, if you are a very observant car owner, you should be able to notice some warning signs that indicate your battery is about to pack up. One very common sign is when you try to put your car on, you turn the key, and you don't hear any cranking sound of the engine. The engine refuses to crank likely points to a weak or failed car battery.

This signs often not appear until the battery is just about to pack up, annoyingly offering the car owner very little or no time to plan for a replacement. Other signs that might give an idea of a failing car battery are highlighted below:

  • A battery that is within range of its expected lifespan;
  • A battery with corroded electrode terminals;

corroded-battery-terminal

Corroded Battery terminals point to only one thing

  • Leaking acid made obvious by rotten egg smell emanating from the engine compartment;
  • Slow and weak engine starting;
  • The engine check light comes on;
  • Poor working of the electrical system and even dim headlamps;
  • A cracked or deformed battery case also points to a failing battery.

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Deformed battery case, a good indicator of a failing battery

So what makes your battery drain so fast, check out the following video for more on this:

Video: Here's Why Your Car Battery Keeps Draining

>>> Read also: Basic facts about car batteries every driver should know

Conclusion

So, with this article "Car battery price in Nigeria: Best brands for your car", you are better prepared to bargain like a pro when you go out to purchase a replacement battery for your car. Remember, the country is currently facing its worst recession in 33 years, and the government is struggling to keep the Naira solid against the Dollar, which means that the cost of importing these commodities is getting higher. So expect a ₦2,000 to ₦7000 difference in the prices shown in the table above and plan accordingly.

Meanwhile, if you are still looking into buying a car soon, or you know of someone that needs to buy a car, check out our amazing huge collections of new, foreign used, and Nigerian used cars for sale in Nigeria.

Henry Egan

Henry Egan

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Henry Egan a poet, essayist, content writer, blogger and technical writer who is willing to read just that last material to develop the best content possible. Henry feels he is more of a new generation writer with a sassy and swanky style. You can be sure you'll get all the facts in and never get bored with his articles.

He has got a flair for technical reviews on automobile and cars. He studied Mechanical Engineering but his first love remains Literary Art.

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