All new EV's sold in the US must come with a minimum 8yr/100,000mi battery warranty. It's the law!Looking at the 2023 window sticker, it looks like the high voltage battery warranty was reduced to 5 years / 60k miles in the US. Anyone hear about this?
My '22 Q4 has an 8yr/100,000mi battery warranty.All new EV's sold in the US must come with a minimum 8yr/100,000mi battery warranty. It's the law!
All new electric vehicles sold in the US come with at least an 8-year/100,000-mile battery warranty. But how long do EV batteries actually last and what happens when they die?www.pcmag.com
I am reading the Federal law requires automakers to ensure EV and hybrid batteries for at least eight years or 100,000 miles but was not able to find an official .gov website stating that. If anyone can find that then I can reach out to Audi.
Oh shoot. This is for 2022. It looks like it’s not applicable for 2023.The 8 year warranty isn’t on the Audi website. I found the information on the 8 year warranty on dealership webpage. Maybe Audi want to reduce claims on the battery so they make it harder to go through the warranty process.
The e-tron High-Voltage Battery and Battery Module are covered under the New Vehicle Limited Warranty for a period of 8 years or 160,000 km, whichever comes first, for defects in material and workmanship.