LeftieBiker wrote:I don't think that the CPO warranty covers battery capacity - that would be under the Klee agreement. There were some 4 year leases originally, and many of us are at or passed 4 years using lease extensions. If you need QC, then by all means don't buy one without it.
If CPO *requires* at least 9 bars of battery capacity and it's sitting on their lot before sale with 8 bars, don't they need to replace the battery?
I guess it doesn't matter since it's under 5 years/60K miles anyway. I just think it's odd they didn't just use the warranty to replace the battery before putting it on their lot for sale as a CPO vehicle.