Ah, but it ISN'T in the manual. The manual says:It's not weirdness if it's in the manual. 😁
Was that the HCP/AHCP TSB 08-091-21 and the PCM TSB 18-051-21?
I totally agree on the keep it simple part; however the hybrid part is 90% of the reason we’re interested in it. We’re too tall for the Sienna Hybrid, so that’s not an option.Then don't get the hybrid. It definitely has more issues. Just count the posts on this forum. Chrysler builds far fewer hybrids, yet more hybrid issues show up here. Also, stay away from the Theater Package. It's a source of issues also.
If you're thinking 10 years, keep it simple.
I charge my van on time of use so the cost of electricity is lower at about $0.05/kWh. My cost is about $0.60 for the same miles as a gallon of gas. It really can't be beat. It is funny how many people just don't understand PHEV when we are talking about it. You almost have to tell them "there is a magical gasoline maker in the garage that gives me a gallon if I leave it alone for two hours."Have you figured out or estimated your incremental electric costs? Compared to what it would be for gas?
Fixed it for you. $100/m savings.Charging for 11 hours (on average) on 120v is, 1.444KW * 11H * .0825/KWH = $1.31 daily for a round trip.
Previous vehicle was 21MPG @ $3.50 (average, required premium), $3.5 * 1.57 (roughly 33 miles daily) = $ 5.50 daily
So far, monthly drive is 6 days a week, 24 days a month.
24 days * $1.31 daily cost = $31.44
24 days * $5.50 daily cost = $132
Hope you didn’t do it! I have less than 2000 miles on mine and it’s in the shop again for continued charge faults.We’re planning on buying a 2021 PacHy this morning, but I’m still so nervous. Are there any success stories? I see a lot of issues coming up, the not starting issue, not charging, etc.
We really like everything about it, but this makes me so nervous.
Yes, I would say selling me a car that cheated emissions and then spent more time in the shop after the “fix” than on the road, and refusing to honor a written warrantee was a scam.A scam?