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Get you C-MAX Energi Registered in the official Ford Authorized Registry. More here.


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HVB battery warranty from the "other" electric cars:


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#1 OFFLINE   Billyk24

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Posted 03 March 2019 - 04:25 AM

It is true the state of art automobile lithium batteries do wear/degrade with use-even if they have state of the art liquid cooling.   Tesla Model 3 is 70% for 8 years over the warranty-100,000 miles standard range and 120,000 miles long range version.   Chevy Bolt has a 60% over 8 years.  The Leaf (3okWh) is 70% over 8 years.    . VW e-Golf is 70% for 8 years.   Mercedes B250e is 70% for 8 years.   In real world conditions, Tesla owners have reported 10% losses with 150,000 miles.        Without liquid cooling, the Cmax needs to be driven carefully to maintain HVB health.  









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