Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV 2020-2022 NZ eclipse cross charger

Charging options for the new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV 

From factory the Eclipse comes with a Type 2 10A charger that will charge at 8 amps. This can take around 7 hours to provide a full charge. On a full charge you can expect around 55km all electric range. There are a couple of options for charging the Eclipse faster at home.

  1. The 16A T2 charger with the Blue Cee plug. Great if you have a 16A socket. If you don’t have one get a quote from your local electrician to have one installed.
  2. The other faster option are the wall mount chargers that can be mounted outside. such as the  32A Wall mounted charger or the Wall charger with Wifi
    These chargers will only charge the Eclipse at 16a due to the limited of the onboard charger.

Eclipse Cross PHEV charge times

The 16A charger will suit most peoples needs and will charge your Eclipse XLS and VRX from 20% to 80% in around 2.8 hours. 

Estimate charge timing comparison from 20% to 80%. After 80% charging can slow depending on the temperature of the batteries, also as the battery gets full the car balances the cells so charging will slow as it approaches 100%

2020-Present Mitsubishi PHEV Charge times

Charger type Battery Approximate Charge time 0 to 100%
8A factory charger 13.8kWh 7 hours
16A Charger 13.8kWh 3.5 hours

32a Wall charger

Wall charger with WIFI

13.8kWh 3.5 hours *limited by onboard charger

Public charging the Eclipse 

There two types of public chargers for your Eclipse.

The CHADeMO. This is a DC charger and will charge your car from 0 to 80% in 15-20min. No need to bring a cable as the charging station has this hard wired. To used these public stations download the Chargenet App

Type 2 Public charger such as the Free Orion chargers or the ones you find a super markets, malls, hotels. Like the Orion chargers you will need to bring a cable to use these. 

Charging your Eclipse PHEV from a public Type 2 Mennekes charger.

You will need one of our Type 2 to Type 2  charge cables to make use of these chargers. The majority of free public chargers use the Type 2 Socket, so this converter cable will allow you to use the chargers. Note Some public charges have a Type 2 hard wires so a cable is not needed 100% of the time. If your car is a Japanese Import then you will need a Type 2 to Type 1 cable 

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Original price was: $799.00.Current price is: $680.00.