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Mike J.

Hybrid battery costs

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Not sure this is new, but battery costs are mentioned here: https://www.toyota.co.uk/hybrid/hybrid-maintenance - around £1000 for our car. Does the price include fitting!!!???


I think that price is for the Battery, as it says prices from.

That applies if you don’t let Toyota service the car and extend the warranty by another year. Until the car gets to 10 years old or 100,000 mile.

This link just condenses the information into a single page.


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The Battery warranty of the OP's Yaris is 8 years or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first - see https://www.toyota.co.uk/owners/warranty/toyota-warranty

Whichever hybrid Battery warranty applies, one can extend the hybrid Battery warranty by up to 11 years/unlimited miles  - see above link

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1 hour ago, Mike J. said:

Not sure this is new, but battery costs are mentioned here: https://www.toyota.co.uk/hybrid/hybrid-maintenance - around £1000 for our car. Does the price include fitting!!!???

but how many Yaris (or indeed Auris or Prius) Hybrids have you seen that actually needed a new traction Battery😜

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Hi, If you're capable and competent, there's nothing to stop you fitting them yourself.

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On 12/14/2018 at 12:49 PM, Bomber209 said:

Hi, If you're capable and competent, there's nothing to stop you fitting them yourself.

 

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On 12/14/2018 at 12:49 PM, Bomber209 said:

Hi, If you're capable and competent, there's nothing to stop you fitting them yourself.

There is nothing to stop you doing it, HOWEVER it would be most foolish to do it without the necessary precautions. You can KILL yourself. That incompetent idiot is not even wearing electrical gloves, most foolhardy to be anywhere near the HV side without the proper safety equipment 

The batteries are exchange, you have to hand the old one back to your dealer, there is a £569 surcharge if you hold onto it

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