My car was a CPO and it was in service for 41 months prior to me owning it. I know I'm not anywhere close to qualifying, but at what point does Tesla say a battery is in need of a warranty replacement vs it being "normal degradation"?
I know it doesn't cover degradation. That wasn't what I was asking. At what point does Tesla consider it to be a problem with the battery and NOT normal degradation.The warranty does not cover degradation. It's up to them to give you a replacement battery or not. A few people got one (you don't get a new one, you get one that has the same or better range) but they had more serious issues. Other than Tesloop, I don't know anyone that got a replacement battery due to degradation