haha I was thinking this too - but ive never heard of someone selling a car battery in a private sale b4 LOLtake it back and sell the crap fit replacement
The car is charging fine, Its just the car has not seen much action this last few weeks since Ive been in and out of town over xmas and newyear (so you can blame me if you like). As a result the north east cold has taken its toll on what was a cheap grade battery - hence I want a better model. Problem with kwik fit mate, is they dont use quality products in my experience (they are too concerned with profit, like most chain stores) - i'm almost certain their 'premium' battery wont be a high quality bosch, but I will call them 2moro and find out just to be sure.Kwik Fit don't make batteries,so it's not really their fault.Pay the extra and ask for a better one such as Bosch,if that goes wrong then it's probably you or your car's fault.
Hey man, thanks for the reply.Why not just take the car for a decent run to fully charge the battery up first!? If it still won't hold the charge for a day or two, then you probably have grounds to ask for a free replacement. Chances are that it's the short journies and periods standing that have caused the battery to go flat, rather than poor quality...