How Long Do Electric Cars Last?
By Adrian Castillo
Driving an electric car comes with a wealth of exciting benefits, from the savings on gas to the contribution you’re making to a cleaner environment. But how long do electric cars last? It’s a question that doesn’t have a concrete answer thanks to the lack of data regarding technology that is relatively new and constantly being updated. However, certain electric vehicles (EVs) have reportedly been driven for more than 400,000 miles, which indicates that they offer far longer lifespans than standard gas-engine cars. The typical lithium-ion battery found in an EV will last somewhere between 10 and 20 years or 200,000 miles before needing to be replaced, so that should give you an idea about how long your vehicle might last. And when it comes time for a hybrid battery replacement, you can confidently trust our team at Bumblebee Batteries with the job.
The Hybrid Battery Replacement Experts Serving Customers All Over the U.S.
When you need to replace the battery in your EV, there’s no better team to rely on than Bumblebee Batteries. We offer new and rebuilt hybrid batteries for all of the top models from the likes of Toyota, Honda, Nissan, GMC, Lexus, and Ford. Not only that, but we complete installations at our local shop in Gresham, Oregon, as well as throughout the country. Our mobile hybrid battery installations involve the simple process of ordering your preferred battery option from our online inventory before we send it to you and facilitate the installation through one of the trusted shops in our nationwide network. And just like that, you’ll have your car back up and running optimally.
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To learn more about the longevity you can expect from an electric car or find the right hybrid battery replacement from Bumblebee Batteries, contact us today.