Need a new Polaris ATV Battery? Here are a few things that will help make sure you get the right one. The VIN number or serial number will be the most useful if there's any confusion about mid-year model changes, or you're not sure which model you have. You should at least know the model and year of your Polaris ATV, since that's the way most replacement ATV batteries will be listed.
You can always look at the battery itself for a model number if you don't have enough info about your Polaris ATV. Make sure you know which side the positive and negative posts are on. Finally, it's always a good idea to measure the battery to make sure the new one is close to the same size.
The new maintenance free sealed ATV batteries are available for most models today. They may cost a little more, but we like them better than the old school style. Why? They last longer, you don't have to worry about checking the fluid level, and they won't spill battery acid all over your ATV if it happens to tip over.
Lately, we've found the best deals on Ebay Motors. Just remember that best deal doesn't always mean cheapest price. Cheaper imported batteries (Chinese) may be OK for light use, but name brands like Yuasa will tolerate hard use much better. That's why we feel that in this case, the slightly more expensive ATV battery is really the best value.
Just follow the link below for a list of the best buys we could find. These listings update constantly, so you will always see the best deals every day.
Stay with top rated sellers and be sure to check the shipping cost so there won't be any surprises and you shouldn't have any problems.
We recommend one of the "smart" battery chargers for the longest battery life possible. They all work about the same way. The main thing is to keep the battery charged to peak capacity instead of letting it run down to the point that your ATV won't start. Battery life is shortened every time it's fully discharged.
A good battery charger will quickly pay for itself. Check 'em out at the link above.