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That is the most “Found” stickers I have seen show up in one update. Pretty cool that almost all were 4Xe orders.
 
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So I note that this window sticker, like mine, says “level 2 charger cord”. Since that’s the fast 220 volt cord, will we be unable to charge our 4xe’s until we get 220 volt chargers installed? The original 4xe ad lists a level 1 charging cord, slow charging but it plugs into an ordinary receptacle. I’m building a new home and wasn’t going to upgrade to 220v until that’s done. Anyone know anything about this change?
 

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So I note that this window sticker, like mine, says “level 2 charger cord”. Since that’s the fast 220 volt cord, will we be unable to charge our 4xe’s until we get 220 volt chargers installed? The original 4xe ad lists a level 1 charging cord, slow charging but it plugs into an ordinary receptacle. I’m building a new home and wasn’t going to upgrade to 220v until that’s done. Anyone know anything about this change?
All charge cords that plug into electric vehicles are level 2 regardless of whether they plug into a 110 volt "normal" house plug or a 220V receptacle. The cord that comes with the Jeep is for 110V and will plug into your normal wall outlet.
 

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All charge cords that plug into electric vehicles are level 2 regardless of whether they plug into a 110 volt "normal" house plug or a 220V receptacle. The cord that comes with the Jeep is for 110V and will plug into your normal wall outlet.
Thanks for the info. I was afraid I was going to spend the next 8 months running only on gasoline.
 

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So I note that this window sticker, like mine, says “level 2 charger cord”. Since that’s the fast 220 volt cord, will we be unable to charge our 4xe’s until we get 220 volt chargers installed? The original 4xe ad lists a level 1 charging cord, slow charging but it plugs into an ordinary receptacle. I’m building a new home and wasn’t going to upgrade to 220v until that’s done. Anyone know anything about this change?
I would be shocked if 120v wasnt also included. If it's like my Tesla and BMW i3, it'll be level 1 and level 2 swappable with a couple of different connectors in the bag.
 

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First time hearing that there is a 10-year / 100,000 miles warranty on the Hybrid system and battery
I hadn't even noticed that. Good eye.
 

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I would be shocked if 120v wasnt also included. If it's like my Tesla and BMW i3, it'll be level 1 and level 2 swappable with a couple of different connectors in the bag.
"Shocked" heheh
 

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All charge cords that plug into electric vehicles are level 2 regardless of whether they plug into a 110 volt "normal" house plug or a 220V receptacle. The cord that comes with the Jeep is for 110V and will plug into your normal wall outlet.
So any 220vac receptacle will work? I thought you had to buy a "brain" to go on the garage wall too.
 

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So any 220vac receptacle will work? I thought you had to buy a "brain" to go on the garage wall too.
My statement is misleading. Yes, you need a "brain" to go on the wall that plugs into the 220V receptacle. Some of them are more portable and do not hand on the wall, such as the travel charger supplied with the vehicle that plugs into 110V.
 

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