This Is How Long A Tesla Model 3's Battery Will Last And When Tesla Will Pay For The Replacement
The longevity of a Tesla Model 3's battery depends on various factors, including usage patterns,
charging habits, and environmental conditions. However, Tesla provides an eight-year or
100,000-mile (whichever comes first) warranty for the Model 3's battery.
This warranty ensures that if the battery's capacity falls below a predefined threshold during that period,
Tesla will replace or repair it. Additionally, Tesla offers an optional Extended Service Agreement that can extend the warranty for the battery and other components.
The specifics of the warranty and battery replacement coverage may vary depending on the region and individual circumstances.
It's always advisable to refer to Tesla's official documentation or consult with a Tesla representative for the most accurate and up-to-date information.