The battery warranty for the Ford F150 Lightning is exactly what you’d expect it to be.

The base price of a Ford F-150 Lightning with standard range battery is $39,974, while the base price of a Ford F-150 Lightning with extended range battery is at least $72,474.

The Ford F-150 Lightning battery is covered under warranty for the first eight years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.

The forthcoming F-150 Lightning will be covered by Ford’s regular warranty.

However, it also protects the electric vehicle’s components for the duration of the vehicle’s eight-year/100,000-mile warranty.

The electric vehicle’s battery, a component that is specific to these vehicles, is covered by warranty for 8 years or 100,000 miles.

Having been driven for over a decade and charged exclusively using DC quick chargers, this vehicle is around six years old and well over 100,000 miles on its sole set of batteries. Aside from that, it is consistently topped off at levels greater than 100%.

A new battery for a Prius hybrid could cost as much as $4,000 if you don’t have a warranty. This link opens in a new window.

Hybrid batteries in Prius models manufactured in 2020 and later are covered by a longer warranty of 10 years or 150,000 miles.

Concerns about the battery’s cost, its predicted lifespan, and the availability of warranty coverage in the event of failure are among the most pressing issues facing potential buyers of the F-150 Lightning.

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