I went to Autozone on Feb. 4, 2010 and needed a new battery since I had been having problems for weeks with the battery dying out and having to recharge it all the time. They sold me a battery that was supposedly the same. The batteries are real batteries if you don’t care of any changes you have to make in order to modify your car batteries wires. The Negative post is thinner than other batteries just to say they are cheaper made. So The clerk did help me change my battery but when he went to connect the battery wires the negative side it was smaller and did not fit. So they did not know what to do so they stuck a screw to make it conduct and left it ghetto style. What I did not like, was that customer service said that is what they call mexican style even though I an not of that ethnicity. This is not a professional customer service and so I called the following morning and another manager told me he had something to adjust the post fitting. I am still not happy with the arrangement since I drive a nice car and should not have to modify anything to satisfy a sale from them. I should get my money back so I can buy one that fits according to what my car takes. I am not happy at all with this company. Not everything is bad just when they cut corners to satisfy sales and don’t care what customers think. I believe after this is that since most people are ignore about auto repairs or replacement Autozone takes advantage of the consumer. I believe I will go to Kragens stores next time and don’t go to Pep Boys because they gave me a battery that did not fit, ran my car but it was the wrong battery and too small. I have learned my lesson and it has make me wise. Don’t listen to any sales person do your research before shopping online if possible or by calling around.