Mopar has a video on YouTube that explains how to charge the 4xe.
A charge indicator in the headlight setup like the electric Hummer would have been cool.I think it'll be fine if you're charging at home in a garage but I can see it being hard to see if you're waiting at a charging station.
That would be pretty cool. I don't know how they'd pull it off with the Jeep's round headlights. Maybe have the charge indicator go around the light?A charge indicator in the headlight setup like the electric Hummer would have been cool.
As an owner of two EVs (including Chrysler's Pacifica PHEV), the ONE charging feature I'd like to see more than anything is a simple light at the charge port that helps you see what you're doing as you try to plug in your vehicle. Guiding the EVSE into the port at night in the dark is difficult and has the potential for damaging something.
The UConnect app does let you know the state of charge and other good information. I will attach a photo for reference.I had a Volt , now a Tesla and just leased a 4XE (I don't have the 4XE yet) - I haven't run into that issue yet, but it makes sense - the one thing the Volt and actually the Tesla does really really well is tell you in the app how charged up you are. GMs app was slow, just like Uconnect is slow for our 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee... Does the Uconnect app not tell you State of Charge (SOC)?