@thptrek haven't checked the official Level 1 charge time for the Tonale PHEV but typically 12 hours is what's expected across the board. Likewise with Level 2 charging which for the Tonale is 2.5 hours.Would you be able to charge the Tonal Plug in with a standard household outlet overnight or will you need to install a Level 2 charger?
I haven't ordered one yet. My local dealer called me about doing a preorder and this question I had came up. I really would like to see one in person before ordering. There is a Dodge dealer next to my Alfa dealer so if the Dodge dealer gets a Hornet in I'm going to take a look at that too. Just want to see the actual size of the care and interior.Hey @thptrek welcome to the forum! You should be able to charge without a level 2 charger. How long have you had your Tonale?
Standard 120V outlet is fine, but you may want to check what else are connected.Would you be able to charge the Tonal Plug in with a standard household outlet overnight or will you need to install a Level 2 charger?
Like another PHEV Luckily I had another circuit coming for my garage door and ended up using that. I hate a dangling adaptor from the ceiling but didn't have any other choice.Standard 120V outlet is fine, but you may want to check what else are connected.
Outlets dedicated for EV charging are "home run"s meaning they are direct connected to the panel without sharing. Normal household use outlets are diasychained. If you are using normal household outlet, make sure no other high power device would be used, while you are charging.