Tesla Launches Extended Warranty for Model 3 and Model Y from $1,800

Extended Warranty

Tesla has debuted an extended warranty option on its Model 3 and Model Y units, with the latter coming at a price of $2,000 and covering the vehicles for two years and 25,000 miles, whichever comes first, spotted by @BLKMDL3 on Tesla’s website.

The Model 3 extended warranty option comes at $1,800 USD, while the Model Y is at $2,000, and there are additional options priced at $3,100 for the Model S and $3,500 for the Model X.

The extended service agreement starts after your car’s Basic Vehicle Limited Warranty expires, adding additional reassurance there will be coverage on select parts of the car should anything go wrong.

The basic new vehicle limited warranty from Tesla covers the vehicle for four years or 50,000 miles, whichever happens first, and includes warranties covering supplemental restraint systems for up to five years or 60,000 miles, along with warranties for battery and drive units.

Tesla’s basic agreement offers up to eight years or 120,000 miles on battery and drive units for most Model 3 and Y trims, and up to 100,000 miles or eight years of RWD Model 3.

For the Model S and X, Tesla offers a battery and drive limited warranty for eight years or 150,000 miles.

Each battery option has a limited retention of 70 percent over the warranty period, as shown on Tesla’s website.

An add-on for Tesla’s Model 3 units appeared in the mobile app in Canada offering an extended service agreement, as was seen in a screenshot from the Tesla app.