Charging And Battery

The time it takes to charge your PHEV depends on how much charge is currently in your battery, and the charging method you choose.
With the included Level I (115 V) charging cable, you can fully charge your PHEV in 12 hours using a standard three-prong outlet. If you have a partial battery charge already, you can also use Level I charging to top up the battery.
With the available Level II (240 V) home charging station available through Mopar® or a commercial charging station, you can fully recharge your battery in as little as 2 hours. Topping up a partial battery charge would take even less time.

Regularly charging your PHEV is the best way to optimize your vehicle's performance and reduce your overall fuel consumption. While your PHEV can run on gas alone, regular charging will help you to enjoy more emission-free electric driving.
Help make regular charging a habit using the Uconnect® 5 system to program your vehicle's charging schedule to run during less expensive, off-peak hours. Using the helpful Uconnect 5 mobile app, you can program your charging sessions to occur automatically whenever the vehicle is plugged in.

New tools for locating charging stations are becoming available every day. In the meantime, you can use this handy charging station locator map, by clicking on the link below:
And don't forget - you can always use the included Level I charging cable to charge your véhicule hybride électrique rechargeable (VHR) Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) using any available, standard three-prong outlet if a commercial charging station is not available nearby.

The cost to charge an electrified vehicle is influenced by a variety of factors, including the size and capacity of the vehicle's battery, the frequency of charging, the local price of electricity, the time of day, and the amount of voltage required. Therefore, different electrified vehicles will have different annual charging costs based on your driving habits and your location.
To reduce charging costs, consider recharging your vehicle at night when electricity demand is lower and rates may be reduced, or having a Level II charger professionally installed at home to reduce total charging connection time.

Yes, it's fine to partially charge the battery. Your Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) is equipped with specialized software that manages battery usage over its life cycle to optimize battery performance and longevity.
You can also use the Uconnect® 5 mobile app to schedule charging during a certain time of day, such as at night when electric utility charges are generally cheapest. This allows you to get a full charge when the vehicle is not in use.

Absolutely! A PHEV combines powerful electric motors with a gas engine, which means that even when the battery isn't charged, you can still drive using gas power. Once you recharge the battery, you can continue driving with combined electric and gas power.

The battery in your Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) has been specially engineered to last for the entire lifespan of the vehicle. All high-voltage 17 kWh batteries are backed by a transferable warranty for 8 Years or 160,000 km, whichever comes first.*

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