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Mitsubishi i-Miev
EV Charger Guide for Australia & NZ



Battery Capacity

Plug Type

85-120 km


Type 1


Solar Charge




The best options to charge your Mitsubishi i-Miev
 at home and on the go..

Need installation? We can install your Mitsubishi i-Miev Charger anywhere in Australia


The first electric car introduced into Australia, the Mitsubishi i-Miev is well worth a look.


Despite its limited range, the Mitsubishi i-Miev is a cheaper alternatives to most second hand EVs. Though its been discontinued in Australia, you can occasionally find them on the second hand EV market for a bargain price. The unique and quirky shape of the i-Miev is compact and ideal for city driving.

Mitsubishi i-miev Specifications:


The i-Miev seats 4 and has a curb weight of 1,733 to 2,192 kg and a dimensions of 4,425-4,440 mm L x 1,863-1,873 mm W x 1,647-1,658 mm H. The rear (or front and rear for the twin motor model) electric motor mounted puts out 238kW and 420Nm of torque making it a fast to drive and well as fast to charge with up to 200kW charging capability.

How to charge the Volvo XC40 Recharge at a public Type 2 Mennekes EV charger 

The Type 2 to Type 2 cable will charge your Volvo XC40 Recharge up to 7Kw / add 50km for every hour of charge.


An essential cable for every Mennekes/Type 2 vehicle to enable safe and secure charging from public ‘Universal’ untethered charge points. There is a trend for public charge points to be universal; this means the point has no in-built cable.


The result is reduced maintenance and damage, as well as reduced liability for the owner of the station. If there is no permanently cable attached to the charger then there is less risk of it being driven over or generally being abused. Think air hose in a servo.  They are otherwise known as BYO cable chargers.

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Which electric charge port does the Volvo XC40 Recharge use?

The Volvo XC40 Recharge is equipped with a Type 2 CCS charge port. The Type 2 Mennekes connector is what’s typically used at home and at destination chargers. The combination port allows for fast DC charging as well as the standard AC charging. 


We are currently recommending the Myenergi Zappi as the best domestic wall charger to go with the Volvo XC40 Recharge.

How long does it take to charge the Volvo XC40 Recharge?

The maximum AC charge rate is 32amp or 7kW or 50km of range per hour connected. Time to fully recharge at the typical 32amp single phase or 7kw is around 9 hours.. This is only possible to charge this fast with a wall charging station or wallbox such as the myenergi Zappi. If you use a granny slow portable electric car charger (or EVSE) then the time to charge will be take close to 32 hours!

If you have solar panels at home or at the office, then UK brand Myenergi Zappi is the perfect EVSE charger. It's solar-aware technology links into your solar system to ensure you're never pulling from the electricity grid to charge your Volvo XC40 Recharge - adjusting the charge depending on the amount of power you're pulling in the house so you always get clean, self-generated power behind your driving!

How to charge the Volvo XC40 Recharge a public J1772 Type 1 electric car charger 

A Type 1 public charging unit and cable will charge your BYD Atto 3 at up to 7kw / give you 50 kms per hour of charge.

For a long time, J1772 / Type 1 electric car chargers have been the norm for Australia and New Zealand. The issue for new car owners is there are many charging stations which use the J1772 Type 1 standard which you cannot natively take advantage of.

The answer is this incredibly useful J1772 to Tesla (Mennekes) adapter cable.


This allows you to connect to J1772 Type 1 charging station; simply insert the J1772 plug to charge at up to 7.6kw or 40-50 kms of range per hour. Have a look at Plugshare map pic as an example of just how many J1772 charging stations available in your area!

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