Good brands of golf cart batteries include Trojan, US Battery Manufacturing Company and Exide, according to GolfLink.com. When buying these batteries, some suppliers offer customers a credit when turning in an old battery.
One top golf cart battery on the market is the Trojan T-105, thanks to its high cycle life of 750; the cycle life refers to the number of times a person can charge and discharge a battery. Another option from Trojan is the T-125, which has a cycle life of 650. Both Trojan batteries are available with different terminals. The discharge rate of the T-105 is 115 minutes at 75 amps and 447 minutes at 25 amps. For the T-124, the discharge rate is 132 minutes at 75 amps and 488 minutes at 25 amps.
US Battery Manufacturing Company offers a solid option with the US-125. These batteries weigh 67 pounds and have a cycle life of 625, which is less than the Trojan options, but the discharge rate is better. This battery has a discharge level of 140 minutes at 75 amps or 517 minutes at 25 amps.
Exide offers the E-3600 that has a cycle life of 600. This battery is lighter than the others, and it features three gang vents. This battery has a discharge rate of 390 minutes at 25 amps and 110 minutes at 75 amps.