Charging speeds for the Mercedes A250e Plug-in Hybrid
Here are the following charging speeds and estimated times to charge the Mercedes A250e from empty to full with a battery size of 15.6kWh.
Based on 3.5kWh.
Based on 7kWh.
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Plug types on the Mercedes A250e Plug-in Hybrid
When charging the Mercedes A250e Plug-in Hybrid, there is 1 plug type which is Type 2.
Type 2 Plug
Regular charging plug type.
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How does a plug-in hybrid vehicle work?
Plug-in hybrids, also known as PHEVs, sit between regular hybrids and a fully electric vehicle. They have a combustion engine and an electric motor which are both capable of powering the car independently. The electric motor is powered by much larger batteries than a regular hybrid which can be charged by plugging into external power source, hence the term plug-in hybrid. We've outline 3 main features of plug-in hybrid vehicles belowFind out more
Charging Cost Calculator
Find out how much your journey would cost with the Mercedes A250e Plug-in Hybrid vehicle.
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What is the Mercedes A250e plug-in hybrid car?
The Mercedes A250e is a plug-in hybrid hatchback car that starts at around £32,980 on the road. The A250e by Mercedes features a range of 46 electric only miles on a full charge with a battery size of 15.6kWh backed up by an engine size of 1.3 litre. It takes around 2:13 hrs to fully charge the plug-in hybrid Mercedes A250e at a cost of approximately £2.18 based on standard charging of 7kW. Plus, the A250e has CO2 emmissions of 25 g/km.
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