What is the expected life span of current batteries used in hybrid cars?

What is the expected life span of current batteries used in hybrid cars? And what is the cost of a replacement?

Asked on 27 November 2019 by Jennifer Pound

Answered by Andrew Brady
I wouldn't be too concerned. They're generally expected to last the lifespan of the car and usually come with a long warranty that should put your mind at rest. This story relates to electric vehicles but the principle is the same: www.honestjohn.co.uk/news/owning-1/2019-11/researc.../
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