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Liability, I expect.

If 'they' fitted the new car with that stuff then that's their look out.

It may also be that there used to be a low-conductivity 'green' before they decided it needed its own colour coding. So someone might have a low-conductivity green, but if they swap with blue then it'll end up brown (or whatever) because you won't get all the coolant out in a regular change, it'll have to be a flush change.

Once it is brown, no-one will know anything and wonder what the hell is in there.

So many possible reasons, why are you even asking? See your dealer!.... Make it their responsibility.
 

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There’s another thread on this. The green has a swap interval of 100-120000 miles and the newer blue stuff 3-4 years at a cost of several £hundred.

it’s the EV cambelt replacement if you look at the service costs....
 
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