2010 Toyota Prius Battery

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Duralast Platinum AGM Battery 46B24R-AGM Group Size 46B24R 410 CCA for 2010 Toyota Prius
$
199
99
  • Part # 46B24R-AGM
  • SKU # 766475

Notes: OE Exact Fit, *** 410 cold cranking amps ***. 45 reserve minutes. Non-BCI group size. Battery is vented to outside of vehicle.

  • PRICE: 199.99
  • Type: Starting
  • Reserve Capacity: 45min
  • Positive Terminal Location: Top Left
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • Terminal Type: Standard Post
  • BCI Group Size: 46B24R
  • Cranking Amperage: 0A
  • Cold Cranking Amperage: 410A

Optima AGM Yellow Top Battery 46B24R Group Size 46B24R 450 CCA for 2010 Toyota Prius
$
264
99
  • Part # 46B24R
  • SKU # 315064

Notes: Alternate Fit, *** 450 cold cranking amps (575 cranking amps) ***. 66 reserve minutes. Non-BCI group size. Battery is vented to outside of vehicle. Yellow top (Deep Cycle)

  • PRICE: 264.99
  • Negative Terminal Location: Top Left Front
  • Type: Starting
  • Reserve Capacity: 66min
  • Positive Terminal Location: Top Right Front
  • Voltage: 12VDC
  • Terminal Type: Standard Post
  • BCI Group Size: 24R
  • Cranking Amperage: 575A
  • Cold Cranking Amperage: 450A

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2010 Toyota Prius Battery

A crucial part of the starting and charging system, without a good, working 2010 Prius battery you won't get far. We offer free battery testing and charging to take the guesswork out of determining if yours is on the way out, as noticeable symptoms can be scarce until it is too late. Shop replacement 2010 Toyota Prius batteries to find the type that provides the right specs for your ride.

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Thanks Duralast

Rick

in 3 months

It was a perfect match, told by an road side repair, that this type of battery could only be purchased from the car dealer, they were wrong. You save me a lot of time and money

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2018 Toyota Prius, 2010 Toyota Prius, 1998 Ford F150 and

It was a perfect match, told by an road side repair, that this type of battery could only be purchased from the car dealer, they were wrong. You save me a lot of time and money

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2018 Toyota Prius, 2010 Toyota Prius, 1998 Ford F150 and

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easy to install; works just fine

Joe

in 10 months

I installed this battery in my Toyota Prius. The price was even lower than offered at the big box store that starts with W. The battery was easy to install, and it works perfectly.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Toyota Prius

I installed this battery in my Toyota Prius. The price was even lower than offered at the big box store that starts with W. The battery was easy to install, and it works perfectly.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Toyota Prius

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Almost perfect fit for 2010 Prius

Puterdood

in a year

Can't speak for the performance of the battery just yet, but it was almost a perfect fit for my 2010 Prius. After removing the old battery, I placed it next to the new battery and could not really see any difference in the dimensions. The posts are also the correct diameter as well. The only (very minor) hiccup was in getting the vent tube inserted. It appears the old battery must have had a deeper hole in the side, whereas the Optimus battery's hole must be a bit shallower as the connector would not go in as far. It is securely connected and, I believe, it will suffice. In addition, the battery was quite easy to install. Of the batteries I have installed in the past, this one was the easiest. There is a video detailing the process here -> https://www.carcarekiosk.com/video/2010_Toyota_Prius_1.8L_4_Cyl./battery/replace_battery

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Toyota Prius

Can't speak for the performance of the battery just yet, but it was almost a perfect fit for my 2010 Prius. After removing the old battery, I placed it next to the new battery and could not really see any difference in the dimensions. The posts are also the correct diameter as well. The only (very minor) hiccup was in getting the vent tube inserted. It appears the old battery must have had a deeper hole in the side, whereas the Optimus battery's hole must be a bit shallower as the connector would not go in as far. It is securely connected and, I believe, it will suffice. In addition, the battery was quite easy to install. Of the batteries I have installed in the past, this one was the easiest. There is a video detailing the process here -> https://www.carcarekiosk.com/video/2010_Toyota_Prius_1.8L_4_Cyl./battery/replace_battery

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Toyota Prius