Van, Truck, Trailer, Bus and Coach Aftermarket News in Ireland

Yuasa launches website

Yuasa Battery Europe Ltd has launched a new website for its automotive battery product range. The new site at provides comprehensive information on the Yuasa range of automotive aftermarket batteries including all products in the YBX range, commercial vehicle batteries, motorcycle and power sport products, leisure, marine and garden batteries plus chargers and accessories.


As well as technical data on all products, there is pricing information plus a wealth of technical information on lead-acid batteries, how they work, understanding specifications, storage, maintenance of stock handling and recharging, selecting the correct battery for an application, removing and installing batteries on vehicles, charging off-vehicle, checking battery performance and maintenance in service. There are also sections explaining the latest AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) and EFB (Enhanced Flooded Battery) technologies, micro hybrid and hybrid vehicle technologies, auxiliary and back-up batteries and Yuasa’s unique YuFit battery configuration tool that enables straightforward programming of new batteries to a vehicle’s power management system in under five minutes.

Commenting on the new site, James Hylton, Sales & Marketing Manager (European Automotive), said, “This new site provides the automotive battery aftermarket with all the in-depth product and technical information on Yuasa’s comprehensive range of aftermarket batteries and more. It represents a further investment in supporting our customers by providing everything they need to know in one place. It’s designed to make information easily accessible and easy to understand.”

He concluded, “Combined with customer training & support and our unique online application and fitting system that provides VRM, VIN and make/model selection to ensure correct battery selection, the new automotive aftermarket website provides the final link in our customer support facilities that represent the most comprehensive resources in the market today.”