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Toyota has a lot of experience with these hybrid batteries, given they launched the Prius all the way back in 1997. Which is apparently already 24 years ago. I was concerned myself as well before I got my RC300h, but failures are so rare that it's hard to even find a quote for a cost of replacement. Toyota's experience with hybrids was the reason I went for a Lexus.

It's not at all like the 12v accessory Battery that does need replacing every so many years.

Quite helpfully the rise of BEV means batteries are actually getting cheaper.

https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/electric-cars/94872/buying-a-used-hybrid-car-the-complete-guide

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3 hours ago, Stephen Bradshaw said:

I am thinking of buying 2008 Lexus Hybrid with 460 with 46000 miles and the dealer tells me batteries are Good up to 120,000mls is this true please

If it really a Hybrid, then you are advised to discuss with Richard of Hybrid Battery Solutions.com AS HE HAS MORE EXPERIENCE THAN ANY OF US.

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