Rated 1.7 out of 5★ by 3reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5★ by Fordcontourdriver My experience with a bad battery. Save your receipt. My battery lasted 23 months. When I tried to exchange it I was told the warranty expired, based on the date on the battery, not the date of purchase. Walmart finally acknowledged that the warranty should be based on the receipt instead of the date on the battery. Then they tried to charge me for the $13.50 price difference between when I bought it and the current price, despite the phrase on the battery "24 month free replacement guarantee".If this battery dies at 24 months and a day, you are out of luck. There is no prorated warranty like some other parts stores provide. For a battery that should last 6-8 years, that is a significant shortcoming, a significant profit booster for Walmart. I would think twice before buying another battery at Walmart. 07/18/2013
Rated 2 out of 5★ by OldFordFan It didn't make much more than a year. Purchased in May 2012. The sticker on the battery says 1/12. I understand Walmart goes by the sticker date. Fortunately, I am still good on the two-year warranty as the battery went out this weekend and I had to have the battery replaced elsewhere. Life of this battery was 14 months. Now I will try to get my money back as I do not require the battery to be replaced. This will be interesting, I am sure. 07/22/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by AveJoey Short lived Originally purchased the size 40R battery for my 2006 Mustang with a 2yr. free replacement/60mo. prorated replacement warranty. After two years and two months, my original battery died a short life. Walmart discontinued the 40R sized batteries in the stores and replaced them with the 96R. The 96R replacement lasted only two years and 5 month. The worst part is that when the service department changed out the battery under warranty the first time, they did not inform me that I lost the original 2yr. free replacement/60mo. prorated replacement warranty. This battery only has a 2 yr. warranty, period. It is not your typical 60 month warranty. All batteries should last 4-5 years, not 26-29 months. The quality of this battery is poor and Walmart knows that, or else they would issue a normal warranty of at least 60 months. Don't be fooled by the lower cost of the battery, compare the warranty to others for just a little more money. 11/26/2013