Toyota Hybrid Battery Life Expectancy and Replacement Costs
When customers in the Decatur area come to Toyota of Decatur looking for a new vehicle, many have questions surrounding the idea of switching to a hybrid or electric vehicle. Many questions are often about the price of vehicle maintenance and upkeep, as well as how the performance life of the vehicle compares to that of a traditional gas-powered vehicle. This guide is going to dive into Toyota hybrid battery life expectancy and replacement costs to help you get an idea of how owning a Toyota hybrid vehicle will compare to a traditional model.
How Long Does a Hybrid Vehicle Battery Last?
When comparing the costs of a hybrid vehicle battery to that of a traditional vehicle, the hybrid vehicle will cost you a heftier amount at checkout. However, a hybrid battery has a longer life expectancy than that of a traditional vehicle. You should be able to get at least 10 years of driving or 100,000 miles out of your hybrid vehicle before you have to begin looking for signs of wear.
The number of miles you drive isn’t the only factor that goes into the life of your vehicle’s battery. Your driving style and environment can play a big role in how long your battery will last. If you live in a state that experiences harsh winters then you may notice that the cold weather can drain the life out of your battery quicker than if you live in a warmer climate.
The cost to replace your Toyota vehicle’s hybrid battery will vary depending on the vehicle model, model year, and where you purchase your vehicle’s battery.
Getting a new Toyota hybrid vehicle is exciting and knowing that they have a long life expectancy makes your purchase all the more worthwhile. Head over to our online inventory to view our lineup of in-stock hybrid Toyota models to find your fit today. Looking for a replacement battery for your Toyota hybrid? Visit our parts shop page to browse our OEM vehicle parts.