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Potential buyers and current owners beware: it seems the Toyota RAV4 EV may have some compatibility issues related to Level 2 (240 volt) charging.

 

The potential problem was reported just days ago, but the issue is already being addressed by Toyota. It seems that some owners of the 2012 RAV4 EV have complained of a "Check EV System" warning after attempting to charge their vehicle at a public charging station. If this warning appears, the vehicle does not charge.

 

There have been 108 sales of the RAV4 EV reported so far, with 48 sales in October. Toyota will manufacture only 2,600 RAV4 EVs over the course of the next three years.

 



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Early Adopters Of Toyota RAV4 EV Find Charging System Compatibility Issues Can Leave Them Powerless

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