What is the Tesla Model X’s battery degradation rate?

I recently bought a Tesla Model X and would like to know roughly how long the battery will last before it starts to become inefficient. What is the Tesla Model X’s battery degradation rate?

Andrew (Andy) Biro · Answered on Nov 30, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
While the rate of battery degradation depends on a number of factors, the Tesla Model X’s battery degradation rate is generally accepted to be a loss of 10% to 15% charge capacity within the first eight years or 150,000 to 200,000 miles.
Essentially, this means you can expect a 1.25% - 1.87% drop in battery capacity each year, which is actually considered to be quite low when compared to all other electric vehicles.
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