I bought Kona EV 2020 in Apr 2020. It does not charge. Inspection by dealer the second time indicates Cell problem. Hyundai has asked for a test drive to see what is wrong and this will be the third visit. I have a Charge Point level 2 charger at home and charge my Tesla and Kona on it. Have had Tesla for a year with no problems at all. Is the cell replacement of the battery within 4 months going to effect the longevity of the battery?? To what extent?