Lite-Ion batteries are built for these times


Since the Philippine government has announced the latest level of community quarantine in certain parts of the country, we could be possibly facing stricter lockdown protocols again. This will restrict movements which, in turn, would leave cars idle in garages.

When this happens, one of the main challenges that car owners face is that their batteries run out of juice for being stuck in garages and not running for quite a while.

However, Autoplus Sports Center assured Lite-Ion batteries are built for these times.

The Lithium Ion battery does not need to be removed from the car as it can be switched off, thanks to its built-in power switch — which is beneficial if you want to retain its charge despite being parked for a long period of time.

Lite-Ion battery

Aside from that, the Lite-Ion battery is also 70-percent lighter compared to the average batteries being sold in the market, enjoying weight savings of 13 kilograms from the usual lead acid/AGM battery. “This lessens the load which improves the car’s power to weight ratio. It is also Eco-friendly, as it has no lead acid, which is the cause of rusting in the engine compartment,” Autoplus Sports Center shared in a statement.

Further, the Lite-Ion battery is also said to provide the highest Cranking Capacity Ampere in its class. With the technology similar to those used in most electric vehicles, the Lite-Ion battery lasts 2.5 times longer than a regular battery. For further peace of mind, Autoplus Sports Center offers it with a two-year warranty.

For details about the Lite-ION, visit the Autoplus Sports Center Facebook Page or call +639204103893.

Photos from Autoplus Sports Center     

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