What Is The Battery Warranty On The Ford F150 Lightning?
While a standard-range battery-equipped Ford F-150 Lightning starts at $39,974,
the retail customer would need to spend no less than $72,474 for an extended-range battery option.
The battery warranty for the Ford F-150 Lightning covers the first eight years or 100,000 miles of use, depending on which comes first.
The next-generation F-150 Lightning is covered under Fords basic warranty package,
but it also includes the eight-year/100,000-mile policy on the EVs components.
Unique components of the electric car, like batteries, are covered for 8 years or 100,000 miles.
The car has spent its entire lifetime at DC quick chargers alone, has more than 100,000 miles, is about six years old, and is regularly recharged above 100%.