Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, stated in April 2019 that it will cost between $7,000 and $12,000 to replace the battery pack A in a Tesla Model 3, but just $5,000 to $7,000. Musk claims that new batteries for Model 3 vehicles might set owners back between $6,000 and $7,000, despite the fact that very few EVs have ever had a battery switch.
In one case, Tesla quoted a Model S owner $22,500 to replace the battery pack on an out-of-warranty vehicle, but the customer ended up having the issue fixed at a local repair shop for much less. Costing between $13,000 and $20,000, Tesla batteries must be replaced in the luxury Model S automobile. If your Tesla battery fails to function within the 8-year warranty period, Tesla will either fix it or give you a new one at no cost to you.
A full battery replacement for a Tesla Model 3 is over $16,000, according to an invoice Tesla provided to Current Auto.
The cost of the battery pack alone is $13,500, while labour is $27 and the cost of parts is $14,251.40. According to a Tesla invoice sent to Current Auto, the cost to replace a Model 3’s 75 kWh battery is $16,550.67. The cost to replace the Model Y’s battery bank is approximately $11,000-13,000 due to the numerous components required and the roughly $500 labour cost associated with the three-hour replacement.