Ghost128k wrote:Dear sirs, has anione a pdf with the terms of battery warranty?
we would like to send a letter to the PSA group to increase the battery warranty at least equal to the mitsubitshi ones (10 years/100.000km)
and we would like to show the mitsubitshi terms of warranty. Here in spain, we are notice to change the battery pack of a mitsubitshi with a degradation of > 32%.
The other owners (citroen c-zero/peugeot ion) only has 5 years/50.000km and if the car is >2015 its increase to 8 years/100.000km.
My 2011 Peugeot Ion has an 8 year "extended battery warranty" with Peugeot - this goes beyond the 5 year manufacturer warranty, but requires yearly "servicing" to be kept valid for the final 3 years.
I have checked with my local Peugeot dealer that the car was up to date with it's yearly servicing before I bought it in 2017, and that the extended battery warranty was thus still valid - which they confirmed it is. Because of this I decided to pay to do the last two required services on the car (June 2017, and June 2018 coming up) to maintain the full 8 years battery warranty, which will expire in June 2019.
So it doesn't seem to be only 2015 or later cars, it looks like it has been retroactively added to all Ion's in the UK provided servicing has been kept current.
I would contact PSA and ask for confirmation in writing of whether this extended warranty applies to your car and is still valid on your car.