What is the warranty on a new Tesla? Tesla Factory Warranty is 4 years or 50,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper repairs on all electrical and mechanical malfunctions excluding routine maintenance and normal wear.
The Tesla Battery and Drive Unit Warranty (BDU) continues after the full warranty expires.
The mileage of the lithium ion battery warranty differs by model as follows:
Lithium Ion Battery Warranty
Model 3 and Model Y Standard or Standard Range Plus 8 Years | 100,000 Miles
Model 3 and Model Y Long Range or Performance 8 Years | 120,000 Miles Model X and Model S⁺ 8 Years | 150,000 Miles
Model X and Model S Teslas delivered to the 1st owner prior to February 2020 with a battery capacity of 70 kilowatt-hours or more came with an 8 year, unlimited mileage powertrain warranty.
The original 60 kilowatt battery built prior to 2015 is covered by an 8 year 125,000 mile BDU warranty.
Tesla offers a bumper-to-bumper extended warranty option for Model X and Model S owners called the Tesla Extended Service Agreement (ESA).
Tesla does not offer a warranty extension for Model 3 owners.
What does the Tesla Extended Warranty cover?
The Tesla ESA covers the cost of parts and labor to repair electrical and mechanical breakdowns on almost all components except scheduled maintenance and normal wear. Examples of items covered:
Advanced technology, autopilot, computer, instrumentation, touchscreen, navigation, power windows, door locks, actuators, multimedia controls, audio, steering, cooling, heating, and Falcon Wings. Examples of items not covered: