what type of battery last the longest that dont have to boost it

Asked by Feb 02, 2016 at 11:05 AM about the 2009 Ford Taurus X

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A new one. Any fresh battery will do, no particular brand as most batteries are made in a few factories and just rebadged. They typically last 4-6 years on average. Once you have to start jumping the car, it's time to replace. If your battery's aren't lasting that long you might have a parasitic draw on the battery. Plus most batteries come with a warranty nowadays.

in my personal opinion: OPTIMA (however they are not cheap)

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