Valucraft Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
AutoZone, Inc. is an American retailer of aftermarket automotive parts and accessories, the largest in the United States. Founded in 1979, AutoZone has over 6,400 stores across the United States, Mexico, Porto Rico, and Brazil. The company is based in Memphis, Tennessee. Valucraft, Duralast, and Duralast Gold are AutoZone's private label brands for lead-acid automotive batteries (manufactured primarily by Johnson Controls, but also East Penn, Exide, and other manufacturers). Duralast Platinum is an AGM line of batteries. AutoZone also sells tools under the Duralast brand which carry a lifetime warranty.
Valucraft has a bad quality reputation, it doesn't last long and they don't offer a lifetime warranty, dean1484 shared a review on grassrootsmotorsports.com
"Valucraft has a bad rep from what I have heard but duralast I know for batteries and they have been very good and at a reasonable price. I was looking up water pumps for my car and these were the ones that came up at Autozone at almost $60 for either of them. Seems to me the valucraft is typical 90-day junk, it may or may not be any good. The duralast, coming with a lifetime warranty, is at least intended to be decent. With anything like this, at least some of it has got to be the same parts in a different box. I once bought a set of valucraft wires for my beater and got duralast, rang up as valucraft. My dad had a full set of valucraft ball joints on his work truck and they were still good when he sold the truck 50000 miles later. For something as critical as a water pump, I would buy something with a lifetime warranty on it at a real store where it can be warrantied quickly if there is a problem."
Psm says"There is no incentives. It make us more money we aren't makeing enough push this product, push that product. The store manager and district managers get bonuses and awarded with prizes when their store (stores) do well. The employees get nothing or a pizza. Communication isn't always what it should be. When there is a store meeting it's always the same. "The Cheer", Make us more money, closing cheer. The products have gone downhill. Too much made in Mexico and China. Valucraft is Value Crap. Too many electrical parts are taken back after they have been tried on customers cars."
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