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Stellantis announces transition to J3400 connector for electric vehicles

Stellantis, has announced its plan to adopt the proposed SAE J3400 charging connector for its battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) in North America, beginning with select models in the 2026 model year. This initiative aims to enhance electric vehicle charging options and is aligned with the company’s strategy to facilitate open and seamless charging solutions for its […]

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Lookin’ good: Jeep teases all-electric Wagoneer S

Well, that didn’t take long. Less than two weeks ago, Stellantis unveiled its new STLA Large platform, an architecture designed to underpin a range of D- and E-segment vehicles around the world. On Tuesday, the multinational automaker shared a handful of teaser images of the Jeep Wagoneer S, an all-electric SUV based on STLA Large. […]

by Craig Cole
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Automakers finally get serious about North American charging infrastructure

Seven automakers are creating a joint venture and work together to build out a new EV charging network across North America. Finally it appears that automakers have decided that just relying on what is already out there isn’t going to work, and are taking matters into their own collective hands. BMW Group, General Motors, Honda, […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Stellantis taking an entire ecosystem approach to charging its EVs

If you spend any considerable time with an electric vehicle, you know there’s more to charging than just having a charging station to plug into. Where are they located? Are they busy? Do they work? Are they along my route? How long do I need to stay there? How do I pay for it? These […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Should you get a Level 2 charger for your Jeep Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid?

If you’re in the market for a new Jeep Wrangler, you probably have seen the all-new 4xe version of the Sahara and Rubicon. The plug-in hybrid Jeeps represent a paradigm shift for off-roading, and based on our first drive impressions, it’s an excellent bit of kit. In order to take advantage of driving on pure […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Jeep allocating 4xe models based on state CARB compliance: Report

If you live in a CARB state, your local Jeep dealership is only going to have 4xe Wranglers on the lot. If you live in a non-CARB state, the reverse will be true. That is, unless you custom order. Based on a report from Automotive News, Stellantis is changing up how it allocates its gasoline-only […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Should you get a Level 2 charger for your Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe plug-in hybrid?

The updated Jeep Grand Cherokee promises to be one of the best Grand Cherokees to come from the storied brand. New for this generation is the addition of a plug-in hybrid powertrain. A 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine is mated to an electric motor and a lithium ion battery to deliver better acceleration than a 5.7-liter […]

by Chad Kirchner
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2024 Jeep Wrangler 4xe offers Jeep 4xe Power Box

The Jeep Wrangler is getting a mid-cycle refresh for the 2024 model year and the Wrangler 4xe will receive some minor updates. The most notable of them is the addition of the Sport S 4xe trim, which will bring a lower entry price point to the best-selling plug-in hybrid in America. Unfortunately, pricing information for […]

by Jason Siu
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Jeep brings four electrified concepts to Moab for Easter Jeep Safari

The Annual Easter Jeep Safari is upon us, with the American automaker heading to Moab, Utah from April 1 to April 9 with seven concepts in tow. As part of Jeep’s mission of Zero Emission Freedom, four new electrified concept vehicles will be part of this year’s Easter Jeep Safari, headlined by the reimagined Jeep […]

by Jason Siu
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2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4xe review: The sweet spot for capability, luxury and efficiency

Plug-in hybrids give you the best of both worlds: efficient, electric-only range for smooth and silent motoring as well as a traditional combustion powertrain so you can drive cross country without having to recharge. A little of column A and a little of column B with plenty of capability and comfort thrown in for good […]

by Craig Cole
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