There are still plenty of reasons why you might not want an electric car including the up-front cost, the limited driving range of some models and the lack of a convenient charging spot at your home. But one factor that concerns people who like to keep a new vehicle until it’s a very old one is battery lifespan.
We’ve all experienced a drop-off in performance of our cellphone batteries after a few months of use and EVs employ similar lithium-ion battery tech, though the huge size of those car batteries means they cost thousands of dollars to replace, not just hundreds.
But the researchers behind a new study for Recurrent Auto suggest that battery lifespan might not be such a big worry after all. 

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New Study Claims You Shouldn't Worry About Your EV Battery Failing And Leaving You Bankrupt

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