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Optima Batteries 8073-167 D51R YellowTop Dual Purpose Battery
Optima Batteries 8073-167 D51R YellowTop Dual Purpose Battery
Optima Batteries 8073-167 D51R YellowTop Dual Purpose Battery
Optima Batteries 8073-167 D51R YellowTop Dual Purpose Battery

Optima Batteries 8073-167 D51R YellowTop Dual Purpose Battery

Optima Batteries 8073-167 D51R YellowTop Dual Purpose Battery
Optima Batteries 8073-167 D51R YellowTop Dual Purpose Battery
Optima Batteries 8073-167 D51R YellowTop Dual Purpose Battery
Optima Batteries 8073-167 D51R YellowTop Dual Purpose Battery
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Features

  • 12-Volt, 450 Cold Cranking Amps, Size: 9 5/16" x 5 1/16" x 8 15/16" tall, Weight: 26 pounds, SAE Post
  • Reserve capacity of 66 minutes for constant performance
  • Optimal starting power even in bad weather
  • Fifteen times more resistant to vibration for durability
  • This item is not for sale in Catalina Island

Description

Optima D51R YellowTop battery provides the extra performance and deep-cycling capability that your vehicle demands if it has a lot of accessories like running lights, high-performance stereo/AV system, winches, or hydraulics. The unique SpiralCell design provides a strong and clean power source, ensuring the safety of you, your family and the environment. The Optima battery is ideal for seasonal use because of its very low self-discharge rate. That means you can store your seasonal vehicles all winter without regular charging and still spring out of the starting block when winter is over.


Manufacturer Optima


Brand Optima


Item Weight 26 pounds


Product Dimensions 9.21 x 4.98 x 8.94 inches


Item model number OPT8073-167


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number 8073167


OEM Part Number 8073-167


Folding No


Voltage 12 Volts


ASIN B0013ZGZ9Q


Customer Reviews 3.5 out of 5 stars 304 ratings 3.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #44,703 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #11 in Automotive Performance Batteries #23 in Automotive Performance Battery Accessories #83 in Automotive Replacement Batteries


Date First Available February 13, 2008


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Features

  • 12-Volt, 450 Cold Cranking Amps, Size: 9 5/16" x 5 1/16" x 8 15/16" tall, Weight: 26 pounds, SAE Post
  • Reserve capacity of 66 minutes for constant performance
  • Optimal starting power even in bad weather
  • Fifteen times more resistant to vibration for durability
  • This item is not for sale in Catalina Island

Description

Optima D51R YellowTop battery provides the extra performance and deep-cycling capability that your vehicle demands if it has a lot of accessories like running lights, high-performance stereo/AV system, winches, or hydraulics. The unique SpiralCell design provides a strong and clean power source, ensuring the safety of you, your family and the environment. The Optima battery is ideal for seasonal use because of its very low self-discharge rate. That means you can store your seasonal vehicles all winter without regular charging and still spring out of the starting block when winter is over.


Manufacturer Optima


Brand Optima


Item Weight 26 pounds


Product Dimensions 9.21 x 4.98 x 8.94 inches


Item model number OPT8073-167


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number 8073167


OEM Part Number 8073-167


Folding No


Voltage 12 Volts


ASIN B0013ZGZ9Q


Customer Reviews 3.5 out of 5 stars 304 ratings 3.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #44,703 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #11 in Automotive Performance Batteries #23 in Automotive Performance Battery Accessories #83 in Automotive Replacement Batteries


Date First Available February 13, 2008


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 12-Volt, 450 Cold Cranking Amps, Size: 9 5/16" x 5 1/16" x 8 15/16" tall, Weight: 26 pounds, SAE Post
  • Reserve capacity of 66 minutes for constant performance
  • Optimal starting power even in bad weather
  • Fifteen times more resistant to vibration for durability
  • This item is not for sale in Catalina Island

Description

Optima D51R YellowTop battery provides the extra performance and deep-cycling capability that your vehicle demands if it has a lot of accessories like running lights, high-performance stereo/AV system, winches, or hydraulics. The unique SpiralCell design provides a strong and clean power source, ensuring the safety of you, your family and the environment. The Optima battery is ideal for seasonal use because of its very low self-discharge rate. That means you can store your seasonal vehicles all winter without regular charging and still spring out of the starting block when winter is over.


Manufacturer Optima


Brand Optima


Item Weight 26 pounds


Product Dimensions 9.21 x 4.98 x 8.94 inches


Item model number OPT8073-167


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Manufacturer Part Number 8073167


OEM Part Number 8073-167


Folding No


Voltage 12 Volts


ASIN B0013ZGZ9Q


Customer Reviews 3.5 out of 5 stars 304 ratings 3.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #44,703 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #11 in Automotive Performance Batteries #23 in Automotive Performance Battery Accessories #83 in Automotive Replacement Batteries


Date First Available February 13, 2008


abunda_amazon_reviews Battery only lasted 2 years and Optima does not honor warranty (3 years) if purchased on Amazon. I chatted with Amazon service and they said since I purchased it a few years ago, they cannot do anything (yet they said buying a battery through them is convenient). I will NEVER buy another battery from Amazon. If you do, expect that you are up a creek if it does not last through the warranty date. Lucky me, I purchased a second one for another car just a few months ago. I guess I have to pray that it lasts at least 3 years. I think I am going back to standard lead-acid because these are just not worth the cost if they do not even last through the warranty period.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Battery only lasted 2 years and Optima does not honor ...;;MM;;;The battery died after two years of use in a stock Honda Accord. No reason behind this. Fails to charge using a modern charging system meant for AGM. Amazon wouldn’t honor the 3-year and neither would OPTIMA. In the end, amazon finally offered a credit for the original purchase price but not until I called twice and spent a total of two hours on the phone. Avoid the brand.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Warrantee not honored;;Eric H;;;This product is defective and can lead to dangerous situations! Do not buy! As many other reviews have stated, this battery only lasts a short time. When it goes it goes instantly without any warning. My wife yesterday got stranded in a city by herself. On top of that we had to pay an enormous towing bill to find out it was the battery. It lasted 2 1/2 years which was under the 36 month warranty. The only good thing was Amazons customer service who immediately offered me a full refund without any issues! Can’t stress how disappointed I am in this product. I was hoping the extra cost would be worth a high performance battery but I was wrong! Apparently several years ago the manufacturing plant was relocated in Mexico and all the reviews on and off Amazon reflect that instant quality drop as a result. I will never buy an optima battery again and advise everyone else to do the same!;;Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Horrible product! Do not buy!;;john Cahoon;;;It looked good and started the engine very strong when IT WAS NEW! I just went through 2 Yellow Top D51R and each one only lasted around 3 years! When it died, it didn't have any weak cranking symptoms and just died! Luckily, it didn't happen during my Death Valley National Park or Moab middle of nowhere trips. Otherwise, I would be in deep trouble!!!! I did have optima charger to maintain my yellow top batteries but it seems it could not help to keep it lasting longer. For such premium cost, it should perform better and last longer. I had another Yellow Top D35 just passed 3 year mark. If it dies within this year, I certainly walk away from Optima brand!;;Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;overrated battery brand!;;Power User;;;Mine only lasted three months. After that it went dead and wouldn't take a charge without overheating. One good thing about this battery is that when it overheats, it whistles like it getting ready to explode. I don't think these batteries can withstand a full discharge, like what could happen if you left the headlights on all night. That's too fragile for such an expensive battery!;;Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Only lasted 3 months.;;Amazon Customer;;;Just thought I'd add a review since I've noticed that many websites having incorrect recommendations about which batteries will fit in the Highlander since they do not differentiate between the hybrid and non-hybrid versions. (Hybrid = Size Group 51R) So, the 5 star rating is purely for the fit---I will update this review if the battery does not perform comparably or better than the battery it's replacing--- it's an exact fit for the battery indentation at its base (where battery temp gage can monitor it accurately + keep it from sliding) as well as for the battery cover to slide down over top of it in a 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid. And for anyone else purchasing for this vehicle, here was my reasoning for choosing this particular battery: So, I was initially hesitant to buy this battery since it had a lower CCA (450) / CA (575) / RC (66) than its previous battery, which was an Autocraft Gold 51R-2 (standard lead-acid flood) battery with CCA 500, CA 625, RC 85 min. However, since the Highlander hybrid's engine is started by the traction battery and not the 12V battery (and therefore not utilizing peak CA draw), it's my presumption that having a deep cycle battery will hold up better in the long run since the '06 HH has a tendency to suck batteries dry in relatively short periods of time (which generates hybrid system fault codes if the 12V runs too low to run the controllers)---and since AGM batteries can accept a charge faster than a standard battery and have a slower self-discharge rate, it might tolerate the constant charging/discharging better over time. (Side note: the Autocraft battery was already above OEM requirements, so dropping to a lower CA battery should not be a problem in this instance.) In short: despite a lower peak & average cranking amps, I'm thinking that the YellowTop's more favorable charge/discharge properties (and longer lifespan) may make this a better choice for my vehicle. ***UPDATE, 3 YRS OUT*** Lasted almost exactly 3 years; not holding a charge like it should now, but still useable until the replacement arrives with an occasional booster charge. I think what finally did it in was when the battery had a total discharge when I was gone for around 3.5 months in the winter - didn't seem to hold a charge properly afterward (using an AGM smart charger), though it worked for several weeks. I think the lifespan was acceptable given that it was always outside in the Sacramento-heat / triple-digit summers. I plan to purchase this again.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect Fit for 2006 Highlander Hybrid;;Greg

Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By MM - Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2018
Battery only lasted 2 years and Optima does not honor ...
Battery only lasted 2 years and Optima does not honor warranty (3 years) if purchased on Amazon. I chatted with Amazon service and they said since I purchased it a few years ago, they cannot do anything (yet they said buying a battery through them is convenient). I will NEVER buy another battery from Amazon. If you do, expect that you are up a creek if it does not last through the warranty date. Lucky me, I purchased a second one for another car just a few months ago. I guess I have to pray that it lasts at least 3 years. I think I am going back to standard lead-acid because these are just not worth the cost if they do not even last through the warranty period.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric H - Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2017
Warrantee not honored
The battery died after two years of use in a stock Honda Accord. No reason behind this. Fails to charge using a modern charging system meant for AGM. Amazon wouldn’t honor the 3-year and neither would OPTIMA. In the end, amazon finally offered a credit for the original purchase price but not until I called twice and spent a total of two hours on the phone. Avoid the brand.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By john Cahoon - Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018
Horrible product! Do not buy!
This product is defective and can lead to dangerous situations! Do not buy! As many other reviews have stated, this battery only lasts a short time. When it goes it goes instantly without any warning. My wife yesterday got stranded in a city by herself. On top of that we had to pay an enormous towing bill to find out it was the battery. It lasted 2 1/2 years which was under the 36 month warranty. The only good thing was Amazons customer service who immediately offered me a full refund without any issues! Can’t stress how disappointed I am in this product. I was hoping the extra cost would be worth a high performance battery but I was wrong! Apparently several years ago the manufacturing plant was relocated in Mexico and all the reviews on and off Amazon reflect that instant quality drop as a result. I will never buy an optima battery again and advise everyone else to do the same!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Power User - Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2018
overrated battery brand!
It looked good and started the engine very strong when IT WAS NEW! I just went through 2 Yellow Top D51R and each one only lasted around 3 years! When it died, it didn't have any weak cranking symptoms and just died! Luckily, it didn't happen during my Death Valley National Park or Moab middle of nowhere trips. Otherwise, I would be in deep trouble!!!! I did have optima charger to maintain my yellow top batteries but it seems it could not help to keep it lasting longer. For such premium cost, it should perform better and last longer. I had another Yellow Top D35 just passed 3 year mark. If it dies within this year, I certainly walk away from Optima brand!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2018
Only lasted 3 months.
Mine only lasted three months. After that it went dead and wouldn't take a charge without overheating. One good thing about this battery is that when it overheats, it whistles like it getting ready to explode. I don't think these batteries can withstand a full discharge, like what could happen if you left the headlights on all night. That's too fragile for such an expensive battery!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Greg - Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2016
Perfect Fit for 2006 Highlander Hybrid
Just thought I'd add a review since I've noticed that many websites having incorrect recommendations about which batteries will fit in the Highlander since they do not differentiate between the hybrid and non-hybrid versions. (Hybrid = Size Group 51R) So, the 5 star rating is purely for the fit---I will update this review if the battery does not perform comparably or better than the battery it's replacing--- it's an exact fit for the battery indentation at its base (where battery temp gage can monitor it accurately + keep it from sliding) as well as for the battery cover to slide down over top of it in a 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid. And for anyone else purchasing for this vehicle, here was my reasoning for choosing this particular battery: So, I was initially hesitant to buy this battery since it had a lower CCA (450) / CA (575) / RC (66) than its previous battery, which was an Autocraft Gold 51R-2 (standard lead-acid flood) battery with CCA 500, CA 625, RC 85 min. However, since the Highlander hybrid's engine is started by the traction battery and not the 12V battery (and therefore not utilizing peak CA draw), it's my presumption that having a deep cycle battery will hold up better in the long run since the '06 HH has a tendency to suck batteries dry in relatively short periods of time (which generates hybrid system fault codes if the 12V runs too low to run the controllers)---and since AGM batteries can accept a charge faster than a standard battery and have a slower self-discharge rate, it might tolerate the constant charging/discharging better over time. (Side note: the Autocraft battery was already above OEM requirements, so dropping to a lower CA battery should not be a problem in this instance.) In short: despite a lower peak & average cranking amps, I'm thinking that the YellowTop's more favorable charge/discharge properties (and longer lifespan) may make this a better choice for my vehicle. ***UPDATE, 3 YRS OUT*** Lasted almost exactly 3 years; not holding a charge like it should now, but still useable until the replacement arrives with an occasional booster charge. I think what finally did it in was when the battery had a total discharge when I was gone for around 3.5 months in the winter - didn't seem to hold a charge properly afterward (using an AGM smart charger), though it worked for several weeks. I think the lifespan was acceptable given that it was always outside in the Sacramento-heat / triple-digit summers. I plan to purchase this again.

Top Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By MM - Reviewed in the United States on April 21, 2018
Battery only lasted 2 years and Optima does not honor ...
Battery only lasted 2 years and Optima does not honor warranty (3 years) if purchased on Amazon. I chatted with Amazon service and they said since I purchased it a few years ago, they cannot do anything (yet they said buying a battery through them is convenient). I will NEVER buy another battery from Amazon. If you do, expect that you are up a creek if it does not last through the warranty date. Lucky me, I purchased a second one for another car just a few months ago. I guess I have to pray that it lasts at least 3 years. I think I am going back to standard lead-acid because these are just not worth the cost if they do not even last through the warranty period.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Eric H - Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2017
Warrantee not honored
The battery died after two years of use in a stock Honda Accord. No reason behind this. Fails to charge using a modern charging system meant for AGM. Amazon wouldn’t honor the 3-year and neither would OPTIMA. In the end, amazon finally offered a credit for the original purchase price but not until I called twice and spent a total of two hours on the phone. Avoid the brand.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By john Cahoon - Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018
Horrible product! Do not buy!
This product is defective and can lead to dangerous situations! Do not buy! As many other reviews have stated, this battery only lasts a short time. When it goes it goes instantly without any warning. My wife yesterday got stranded in a city by herself. On top of that we had to pay an enormous towing bill to find out it was the battery. It lasted 2 1/2 years which was under the 36 month warranty. The only good thing was Amazons customer service who immediately offered me a full refund without any issues! Can’t stress how disappointed I am in this product. I was hoping the extra cost would be worth a high performance battery but I was wrong! Apparently several years ago the manufacturing plant was relocated in Mexico and all the reviews on and off Amazon reflect that instant quality drop as a result. I will never buy an optima battery again and advise everyone else to do the same!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Power User - Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2018
overrated battery brand!
It looked good and started the engine very strong when IT WAS NEW! I just went through 2 Yellow Top D51R and each one only lasted around 3 years! When it died, it didn't have any weak cranking symptoms and just died! Luckily, it didn't happen during my Death Valley National Park or Moab middle of nowhere trips. Otherwise, I would be in deep trouble!!!! I did have optima charger to maintain my yellow top batteries but it seems it could not help to keep it lasting longer. For such premium cost, it should perform better and last longer. I had another Yellow Top D35 just passed 3 year mark. If it dies within this year, I certainly walk away from Optima brand!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2018
Only lasted 3 months.
Mine only lasted three months. After that it went dead and wouldn't take a charge without overheating. One good thing about this battery is that when it overheats, it whistles like it getting ready to explode. I don't think these batteries can withstand a full discharge, like what could happen if you left the headlights on all night. That's too fragile for such an expensive battery!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Greg - Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2016
Perfect Fit for 2006 Highlander Hybrid
Just thought I'd add a review since I've noticed that many websites having incorrect recommendations about which batteries will fit in the Highlander since they do not differentiate between the hybrid and non-hybrid versions. (Hybrid = Size Group 51R) So, the 5 star rating is purely for the fit---I will update this review if the battery does not perform comparably or better than the battery it's replacing--- it's an exact fit for the battery indentation at its base (where battery temp gage can monitor it accurately + keep it from sliding) as well as for the battery cover to slide down over top of it in a 2006 Toyota Highlander Hybrid. And for anyone else purchasing for this vehicle, here was my reasoning for choosing this particular battery: So, I was initially hesitant to buy this battery since it had a lower CCA (450) / CA (575) / RC (66) than its previous battery, which was an Autocraft Gold 51R-2 (standard lead-acid flood) battery with CCA 500, CA 625, RC 85 min. However, since the Highlander hybrid's engine is started by the traction battery and not the 12V battery (and therefore not utilizing peak CA draw), it's my presumption that having a deep cycle battery will hold up better in the long run since the '06 HH has a tendency to suck batteries dry in relatively short periods of time (which generates hybrid system fault codes if the 12V runs too low to run the controllers)---and since AGM batteries can accept a charge faster than a standard battery and have a slower self-discharge rate, it might tolerate the constant charging/discharging better over time. (Side note: the Autocraft battery was already above OEM requirements, so dropping to a lower CA battery should not be a problem in this instance.) In short: despite a lower peak & average cranking amps, I'm thinking that the YellowTop's more favorable charge/discharge properties (and longer lifespan) may make this a better choice for my vehicle. ***UPDATE, 3 YRS OUT*** Lasted almost exactly 3 years; not holding a charge like it should now, but still useable until the replacement arrives with an occasional booster charge. I think what finally did it in was when the battery had a total discharge when I was gone for around 3.5 months in the winter - didn't seem to hold a charge properly afterward (using an AGM smart charger), though it worked for several weeks. I think the lifespan was acceptable given that it was always outside in the Sacramento-heat / triple-digit summers. I plan to purchase this again.