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What's the best battery for my 1995 Jaguar XJ?

I need a new battery for my Jaguar XJ (X300) 3.2L 1995. Which one would you recommend for me?

Asked on 18 December 2017 by Mostafa Ismail

Answered by Keith Moody
The first thing is to find out what batteries are available to fit your car. Look for the size reference (normally a three-digit code eg 063). Other considerations include cranking amps (CA), which is the maximum current a battery and deliver in one go, and amp hours (AH), which is the total amount of electricity a battery can hold. High-end batteries are generally best suited for specialist applications so a decent mid-range one (such as Halfords) will be fine.
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