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How do you find prices of car batteries?

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BatteriesPlus.com and AutoZone.com provide prices for car batteries. Additionally, local auto repair shops can help customers find the correct batteries and provide a list of prices.

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How do you find prices of car batteries?
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The price of a car battery is largely based on the make and model of the car it is for, as well as the brand and type of the battery. For example, the price of a Duracell battery for a 2001 Ford Taurus is $99.99, as of 2015, while a Duracell Platinum for a 2005 Buick Park Avenue is $183.99, according to BatteriesPlus.com. Auto repair shops can often install a new car battery for a small fee.

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