Battery life for the Tesla Model 3: what can we expect?
There is a 300,000-mile (or 500,000-kilometer) range limit on the Tesla Model 3 due to the battery's durability.
However, several owners claim to have achieved substantially longer life depending on their driving and maintenance habits.
Under ideal conditions, the battery in a Tesla Model 3 can go between 150,000 and 200,000 miles (or 250,000 and 320,000 kilometres) before needing to be recharged,
which is more than adequate range for the vast majority of trips.
If the car is well-maintained and serviced in accordance with Tesla's instructions,
the battery degradation is covered for eight years or 120,000 miles (190,000 km).
Overall, Tesla Model 3 batteries are built to deliver stable, long-term performance, and the car itself is still a top pick for anyone in the market for a dependable daily driver.