I believe that is the deal I got. I'll check (when I get back after Christmas) and also check the installation cost which I believe was around $25 as the battery monitoring data also had to be reset with their programming tool. As I reported prior, I had my car in for a recall in the summer of 2015 (30 months after purchase) at 48k miles and made sure the dealer checked the battery as it failed to start my car several times. My recharging and subsequent voltage measurements indicated the battery wouldn't hold a charge long.
Two more points. IIRC, Ford Quick Service can't do the job because of the resetting of the battery monitoring. So, don't expect to just drive in and get the battery replaced without an appointment. Also, the C-Max PLUS battery has the 84 month warranty (not the 100 month MAX) prorated warranty and free replacement up to 18 months (not the 36 months as with the 100 month MAX prorated battery).
Edited by Plus 3 Golfer, 18 December 2016 - 12:08 AM.