LeftieBiker wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 23, 2019 7:58 pm
I have moved your post to this existing topic. If it were me I would have tried to get a photo of the dash while the car was on, but Carvana might not respond. Find out where, climate-wise, it came from, to help manage expectations. These services tend to buy lease returns from mainly hotter climates...
San Francisco area was the location of the first owner. Oddly, I found out today the car is now in AZ. Carvana charges between 0 and $499 shipping and this one has free shipping, WTF. There are many 2016s from the San Francisco area right now. About 30-40% are from hot climates.
I asked today for the capacity bar information but didn't seriously expect a response. If the battery is poor and I reject the car, it's mostly their loss, but it has been an ordeal for me. I am guessing they adjust the price based on lost bars since the price varies quite a bit for the apparently same car. So I tried to go for the higher price car, everything else being equal. I did also notice they will drop the price if the listing has been there awhile though.