Almost free battery from Subaru after 70K miles

My 2019 Ascent battery has been getting worse and worse. I can’t even leave a door open for more than a few minutes without having to use a jumpstart, so I called my local dealer parts department to find out how much it would cost me to replace the battery tray with the larger one. They sent me back to the service department where I was told that Subaru extended the warranty on the battery to the original 36 months plus an additional 60 months. For the extension the customer only has to pay 20% of the cost so I scheduled for the next day and wound up getting a brand new battery and the battery tray for $89. The new battery part number is in the attached photo.

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Thought I’d share this with you all, I have some documentation if anybody needs it to prove to the dealer that this is true

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