Does Tesla provide free replacements for its batteries?

This page provides information regarding Tesla's policy regarding the free replacement of batteries in the event

that the battery capacity drops below 70% while the vehicle is still covered by the manufacturer's warranty.

A number of electric vehicle manufacturers, including Tesla, back their batteries with an eight-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.

During the period covered by the warranty, they will take care of any necessary repairs to ensure that the battery remains in pristine condition.

If the battery's capacity declines to less than 70% within this time frame, Tesla will replace it without charging the customer any further fees.

Tesla's warranty on used car batteries extends for up to four years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first (whichever comes first).

When it comes to Tesla vehicles that call for larger batteries, such the Model S and the Model X, the battery coverage varies depending on the model.