Optima Dry Cell vs Stock Battery

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    Optima Dry Cell vs Stock Battery

    Do you guys recommend getting this battery to run for your cars since, it does have a great battery life, CCA rating is also great.

    Or do you guys just prefer the stock battery that came in the car? i personally from what people have told me that the dry cell batteries are great, plus this battery has a life time warranty as well or 3 years..

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    OEM is always the better way. If your not going to add any accessories to your car, the OEM battery is more than good.

    However if you need to get another battery due to a bad battery, or you plan on installing some accessories then buying a Optima Dry Cell might just be a good idea.

    They have a 2 years warranty.

    Even better, wal-mart sells Optima batteries. So if you need to replace your bad Optima battery thats still under warranty....wal-mart is where you need to go.

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    Is this issue relevant to my thread regarding problems with the battery that have been reposted on various forums.
    I am thinking of buying a 2014 Verano base, and when I went to test drive it, the battery had no power and the key was stuck in the ignition, that raised concerns for me, but the car was awesome to drive. When I researched the car , flat batteries seemed a common problem, hence my question.

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