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If you haven’t bought an EV, it may be time to check out our inventory. With the growing number of electric cars on the market, we’re excited to show you what they can provide for you. You can offroad in a Jeep Wrangler 4xe or Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe and be incredibly efficient while you’re on the go.
For rookie EV shoppers, click on the fuel type button and check off electric. That will result in only electric vehicles populating your screen. As manufacturers continue to produce new EVs, you’ll see the list grow.
With the Jeeps we carry in our inventory, you’ll want to narrow down your choices to the ideal matches. Handpick different features including safety systems, exterior and interior colors, infotainment amenities, and more to get what you want. Then you’ll be able to arrive at your test drive with a handful of possible candidates.
Unless you install a charging station in your home, you’ll rely on electric vehicle charging stations slowly appearing across the country. They offer charges for your electric vehicle, which runs on a rechargeable battery. Once you’ve expended that electrical energy, you’ll need to go to a station for a charge.
Depending on the manufacturer, you may be able to charge your car for free, although not every one promises this perk. Time may also be limited when charging your car. Many times, your best bet may be driving to a shopping center where you’ll find a plethora of charging stations. Eventually, they may sprout up at workplaces and other popular venues.
Public charging stations will charge fees to use their services. In some cases, you may pay for the electricity you use. Other places may charge for time you spend at the facility. Once you know, you can decide where to go that best fits your budget, needs, and lifestyle.
A home vehicle charging station can bring a high level of convenience to you. Although a Level 1 charger comes with the purchase of your EV, it doesn’t offer as much in the way of mileage as other types of charging. It may take an hour to recharge up to a six-mile range, so that could be 50 hours in total.
So, a home charging station could be the answer for some drivers. This Level 2 charger can be installed in or brought to your home.
Whether you choose a portable or stationery charger, an electrician may need to install a 240-volt circuit to accommodate it. The initial cost may be steep, but it can charge about a 200-mile range in only 10 hours, ideally done overnight.