How long does my hybrid battery last?
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So, how long does my hybrid battery last?
According to the manufacturer…
Most car companies claim their hybrid battery packs will last the life of the car, which in recent years has been around 100,000 miles or more. And most warranties on the original batteries only cover the first 8-10 years of ownership.
The truth is, It’s hard to predict. How long the hybrid battery lasts depends on age as well as mileage, and also depends on the temperatures it’s been exposed to and how often it’s being driven.
In Green Bean Battery’s experience…
Hybrid batteries start to become a risk when they’re 10 to 15 years old and they’ve covered 120,000 to 150,000 miles. Yes, some owners will do a lot better than that. There are reports of batteries lasting well into the 200,000-mile range, but this isn’t always the norm.
Typically it starts with the dreaded warning lights on the dash. After a trip to the dealership or local service center, you find out the hybrid battery is failing and needs to be replaced. Now, after a $3,000 to $5,000 quote for a new replacement battery for your 10 year old vehicle, it’s decision making time… Either replace the battery or the car. Not so fast! It’s Green Bean Battery to the rescue! Our premium reconditioned hybrid batteries are a great alternative to the dealership at nearly half the cost. And all of our hybrid batteries come with a lifetime warranty.
So, if you’re looking to extend the life of your vehicle for another 5-7 years, Green Bean batteries are a great choice! Because, with our lifetime guarantee, our reconditioned hybrid batteries can outlast the ownership of your car. Take a look at the video below to see you can get some peace of mind when replacing your hybrid battery.