I'm wondering if there is a way to confirm if Jeep plans to pass the credit through to a leasee.This is correct. Should be noted though that if you lease it, Jeep takes the tax credit. They should pass it through as instant savings (most automakers do) but I guess we’ll see what they think they can get away with.
My dealership said Jeep has not provided all the information they need to complete a lease deal yet. They don't know residual and how the credit will be applied. They fully expect it to be applied to cap cost on leases but they can't make the deal until Jeep officially releases it as they did with the Pacifica.I'm wondering if there is a way to confirm if Jeep plans to pass the credit through to a leasee.
My dealer said I could charge it at their locations too. No cost to me. Not sure how long they will offer that.The level 2 charger requires only 2 hours, as shown here: Jeep’s Wrangler 4Xe is Good for the Environment it Explores (manofmany.com)
Any other techies on here? If I get a 4xe I'm planning to mount a solar panel above the garage and find a way to run the 70 VDC directly to the charge controller instead of going thru a converter then back thru the AC charging converter. Any thoughts besides the obvious risk of voiding the warranty?Yes, confirmed on website:
Although the brochure says 115v:
And while I don’t doubt there’s an option to plug into a regular outlet based on other’s input and the Jeep website, FCA is partnering with Amazon for “charging installation” - maybe something other than “Level 1”?:
EDIT: There was a link from the Amazon partnership announcement above to this “Level 2” cable. I would imagine this plus install is north of $1k. But faster charging: