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How I chose the new battery for my SLK

If you have been following my adventures with my '06 '55 (at least the wife says it is an adventure every time she drives), you know I have been chasing a mystery intermittent electrical issue with my top and passenger window. A week or two ago I discovered that the prior owner had installed a smaller than spec battery and it was pretty dated. So began my battery quest.

Attached is a fairly "exhaustive" list of specs for the OE and aftermarket batteries specified for the r171 & available stateside. As it turns out there are only three major manufacturers for auto batteries in the world, Exide, East Penn/Deka, and the largest, Johnson Controls ((JCI) who makes the OE under the brand Varta).

Everything out there is just a sticker on a battery made by these big three. An honorable mention goes to the smaller company Enersys, the maker of the Optima battery. They are one of the original manufacturers of the Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) battery technology about 50 years ago. But more about that in a moment.

As I posted in another thread, the ’05 SLK was equipped with a Group 49 (H7 in euro spec) battery that is larger in capacity and size as compared to the ’06-’11 battery. In ’06, MB reduced the available battery tray area and went to a smaller Group 98r/H6 AGM battery. For the remaining vehicle production the battery remained roughly the same size and capacity with Group 48/H6 but MB cut manufacturing expenses further, this time by removing the AGM specification. A non-AGM is likely what you get today when you buy the factory replacement battery for $165 or so.

So what is AGM and is it worth the extra cost? Basically an AGM battery, as opposed to a standard flooded cell battery or a gel cell, is made with a very fine fiberglass mat inside that absorbs the acid. This makes the battery spill, leak proof, and virtually vibration proof. Originally designed for military use, the design has the benefit of delivering higher current on demand and it can also be discharged deeper and more often than a flooded cell while still keeping a comparable life span. Some even say they also last longer, evidenced by longer non-prorated replacement warranty times.

Did you hear “probably better to use if you have a SmartTop” in that description?

You can Google to find out more detail on the design, but most performance car owners on their respective forums also seem to lean towards AGM.

That said, I have also included several flooded cell batteries on the spreadsheet just because they were easily recognizable while I was researching all this. Most, with the exception of the MB sourced non-AGM battery, are priced about 25% less than the average AGM battery (except the budget Wal-Mart Group 48 @ $119.95), so choosing an upgrade to AGM is a pretty easy decision.

Speaking of making a decision, with over 20 batteries to choose from I pretty much went with full replacement warranty period instead of CCA output to narrow down my decision. All AGM outputs were relatively similar, but even choosing by warranty period threw a bit of a curve at me. The three direct manufacturers all specify a 30 month full replacement warranty.

But I was told by the rep for NAPA, a multi state national distributor for East Penn/Deka that battery distributors can shorten and extend the manufacturer’s warranty at will. So for the same Group 48 AGM battery, in the case of NAPA they will honor only 18 months of the East Penn/Deka warranty leaving you out in the cold for the remaining 12 months. On the other hand Batteries Plus (another nationwide distributor) will warranty the same East Penn/Deka battery for 48 months by adding an additional 18 months themselves to what East Penn offers.

Considering I’m in a hot climate here in S.E. Florida I opted to restrict my choices to batteries with the four year warranty. So that ruled out the OE battery for me, even though they would come to change it for free, since MB would only offer me two years. Keeping my decision difficult, that left four batteries left to choose from; two from East Penn, one from Enersys, and one from JCI.

The JCI (Interstate) non-AGM battery was rated by consumer reports as the best Group 48 battery of the four they tested. For some reason they did not test a Group 48 AGM. But I chose to stick with AGM anyhow and also decided to stay under the $200 mark. So the $259 Interstate AGM was out. That also ruled out the Enersys Oddesy, probably the best of the bunch. Milspec AGM is just about all Enersys does. But at over $320, they can keep the juice. I can use the extra dough to put towards some carbon for my dash.

So I went with the 48 month Bosch AGM by East Penn since Pep Boys had a 10% off on line coupon and the battery comes with a nice big German looking Bosch sticker…

So at the end of the day, a cool sticker is what closed the deal. Nothing like making a scientific decision.
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Personally, I would stick with OE - Mine will be 10 years old in November, and still performing flawlessly






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Woolly, yours is an '06? You likely have the AGM battery from the factory.

I know batteries can be a touchy subject. It doesn't look like you can get that original '06 battery any more if you ultimately need to replace it. MB seems to have superseded the part number to a non-AGM unit. At least that's what the guy at the parts counter showed me on his lookup.
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Woolly, yours is an '06?
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Wolley,

You have the bigger Group 49 battery. Good for you! That battery has nearly 1000 CCA and at least 20% more reserve capacity than what is in the '06-'11. I think they should have left that battery in the r171 with all the electrical draws the car has.

I'm stuck with the smaller one thanks to MB changing to the lower output unit, hence all the homework...
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.. .. and just as aside - Bosch batteries in Europe are made by .. .. .. Bosch!! -

It seems in the States they'll license their name to anyone who pays enough money - your list shows at least two different manufacturers for "Bosch" batteries!!






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That wouldn't surprise me at all about Bosch. Once they figured out how to stop all the smoke from leaking out of their stuff, Bosch became a pretty good brand.

At least they weren't as bad as Lucas.

What was a surprise to me was the OE battery (branded as Varta) is just a Johnson Controls (Interstate in the US) battery as they purchased the brand back in '02.

I do have an idea about why the larger early model flooded cell battery that you have is lasting as long as it is. As I was reading all the literature I came across that how deeply a battery is discharged before a recharge, and how often, dramatically affects it's life. Especially for the flooded wet cell type I presume is in your car.

It may be that because your extra battery capacity means you aren't discharging as deeply (when dropping the top as example) as far as one of the smaller capacity newer units would with similar use. So the battery isn't working as hard.

Just a thought (guess?).

That and as a ROTM winner, I'm sure you maintain it well.
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Woolly- "Personally, I would stick with OE - Mine will be 10 years old in November, and still performing flawlessly"

I replaced mine after 10 years 1 month, as others on this forum have noted failures occurring in this time frame. But only after noting a small amount of acid seepage on the top of one cell after a 700 mile trip. (Replaced with MB OEM, if it lasts 2/3rds as long, a good deal. $168 USD)

05 SLK350 built August 04 - Battery Group 48/H6 built 7/04

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I didn't see any Sears batteries on your list.
Any thoughts on this one?
At <150 USD it seems like a pretty good deal...
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I didn't see any Sears batteries on your list.
Any thoughts on this one?
At <150 USD it seems like a pretty good deal...
Yes I missed Die Hard and I suppose they should be added, along with batteries that fit the r170 & r172. I had to say enough already at some point... But I did look at the Sears/Kmart Die Hard brand. Like the OE, they are also made by Johnson Controls Industries.

Also, and this is somewhat important, overall the Die Hard Advance Gold series seemed to get far higher ratings by Consumer Reports tests as compared to the standard Die Hard Gold series (which was consistently at or near the bottom of their ratings lists regardless of size).

Now does that mean that all standard JCI batterys are no good? I doubt it. Each distributor probably gets a choice of specs from JCI and then they decide how durable the battery is to be made.

Click & scroll down to watch the CR battery testing procedure video. Pretty brutal. Top Car battery Reviews | Best Car battery ? Consumer Reports

Like the early r171, it looks like your r170 takes the larger group 49. Since Sears has that size in Advanced Gold, it's an AGM, it has a 36 month free replacement, and it's 20% off right now, that makes it a pretty good deal.

My personal preference was the four year free replacement warranty for the extra $40 or so bucks. Better chance for a freebie down the road

You may view the warranty aspect differently than I, but at the end of the day you should be OK fine long term choosing the Group 49 Die Hard Advanced Gold, especially if you decide to use a trickle charger should the car sit for an extended time.
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05 SLK350 built August 04 - Battery Group 48/H6 built 7/04
Interesting that your early r171 came with a Group 48/H6. All the spec charts show it fits with the Group 49/H7.
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A very informative post. I know that I had to do some head scratching research earlier this year because the 2005 showed the H7 Group 49 battery but my battery tray was not large enough to accommodate the battery. I succumbed to what seemed to be the best deal with the least amount of buyers remorse should the battery not work out, which was a Duracell (Deka) AGM H6 or Group 48. Purchased at Sam's Club and installed for $150. So far so good
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I bought this Grp49/H8 900CCA battery last week from Advance Auto for an 00' E430. Online price $131.74 (includes K43 code discount) +local sales tax. Picked up at local store, installed for free. Also received core credit at store.


AutoCraft Gold Battery, Group Size 49, 900 CCA 49H8: Advance Auto Parts

Edit, Just noticed their specs show 950 CA, that is not correct mine shows 1000 on label as does their battery image zoomed.

It appears their H6 battery is about $123.00
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AutoCraft Gold Battery, Group Size 49, 900 CCA 49H8: Advance Auto Parts

Edit, Just noticed their specs show 950 CA, that is not correct mine shows 1000 on label as does their battery image zoomed.

It appears their H6 battery is about $123.00
LukeM, The Autocraft Gold is a flooded cell style, their Platinum series is AGM, about $50 more, and probably overkill for your E430. Both look like Advance gives you a 36 month replacement.

Since Advance Auto is distributor for Johnson Controls Industries, keep us posted how your Gold model fares. Hopefully it is more durable than the JCI/DieHard Gold series.

What did you think about the Consumer Reports testing video I posted above?
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My intent was to inform, not to proclaim a superior product.
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Lioninstreet - thank you for taking the time to share your research with everyone. This is good info.

I participate in other online forums and one has a fleet mechanic manager that buys batteries by the pallet. He has used every make available and swears that the Deka made batteries are superior to all others.

When he receives a pallet of batteries he will use a battery tester to confirm the actual CCA of each battery as compared to the rating and rejects those that are not what they should be. The Deka batteries consistently have a higher pass/fail ratio as compared to others and a noticeably higher actual CCA vs. the rating.

Since he as been testing the batteries as they are delivered and is able to reject the defects while keeping the best of the best, he has the documentation that reflects a much longer actual battery life since switching to Deka.

I now have the same tester that he uses and use it on batteries before I purchase. I do see a much higher actual CCA on the Deka batteries vs the rating. The most recent was last week on a battery that had a rating of 850 CCA but a tested actual CCA of 1250.

I don't have a lot of options on where to purchase batteries so that I can take advantage of the longer warranties offered through different distributors. I buy most of mine from NAPA or Car Quest (also Deka) but my local NAPA store typically has better pricing than Car Quest.

YMMV - good luck.
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I'd always heard Deka was good. Nice to read some solid evidence.

As an aside, I happened to be at the Sears auto center yesterday getting a tire for my Green Bean (Toyota Previa). They guy who was in front of me was really upset that his "Gold" series DieHard battery died two weeks out of the warranty and couldn't get the full replacement warranty on it.

More evidence that to get a good battery from JCI, you have to buy the top of the line. The mid grade ain't that great any more.
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This was an exceptional post Lioninstreet. Thanks!

I am having a tough decision because my SLK battery is still hanging on right now (hope I don't curse it), but my C Class is starting VERY slowly. I want to replace the battery.

However, unlike your car Lioninstreet, both of my cars came with non-AGM batteries from the factory.

Therefore, I am somewhat nervous about using an AGM battery (sadly I ordered one but I could still change my mind). The reason being is the AGM could need different charging settings (the car's computer will still think it is the non-AGM my car came with), and the heat of the engine compartment. Normally, AGM batteries are never installed by the factory in an engine compartment because they really don't want to be near heat, charging should stop at 120F one source claimed.

They are used in the cabin and trunk because of the significantly less gases they produce, alongside the more mild temperatures in those locations.

I wanted to know, if I still used the AGM battery under the hood of my cars, might it still be ok for a while at least? It's still a hot engine bay, but Mercedes does try to keep the battery off to itself, and they seem to run the cabin intake air over the batteries? Perhaps that keeps them slightly cooler?

Thanks for any advice.
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