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Different Charger Types

3 Levels of Charging

You can charge a Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) or Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) at home, at work, or at most public charging stations. How long it takes depends on the size of the battery and the speed or Level of charging point.

Level 1 | Standard


120-volt AC Outlet

BEV
PHEV

​​A great pick for drivers with short commutes. You can charge anywhere there is a common household 3-prong outlet.

Level 2 | Faster


240-Volt AC Outlet

BEV
PHEV

​​The best setup for faster charging at home. You’ll find Level 2 chargers at public charging stations nationwide1. Can be installed at home by a licensed electrician4.

Level 3 | Fastest


480-volt DC Fast Charging

BEV X PHEV

​​Under ideal conditions, it can be the quickest way to charge up on the go2. Currently only available at select public charging stations3.

1 Public charging experience can vary based on charger level and other vehicle and environmental conditions.

2 Level 3 - DC (Fast) Charging: DC charging times are estimated based on ideal charging conditions. Charging times will vary based on outside temperature and other factors. As temperatures decrease below 10 degrees Celsius, charging time will increase significantly. For the bZ4X AWD model, charging may slow down more than other models in weather conditions below 0 degrees Celsius and may not be possible when the temperature drops to around -20 degrees Celsius. Drive battery level and condition, charger specifications and DC Charging more than twice per day also can negatively affect charging time.

3 Public charging experience can vary based on charger level and other vehicle and environmental conditions. Level 3 charging may not be possible below 0 degrees Celsius.

4 To reduce risk of fire, injury, or property damage, only (i) purchase/install a safety certified EV charger with voltage/current that are vehicle compatible (ii) use a licensed insured electrical professional to install charger (iii) install and operate in accordance with charger manufacturer's instructions/warnings and applicable laws.

Charging at Home

Installing a Level 2 Charger

Installing a dedicated Level 2 charger at your residence can make a lot of sense, especially for BEV owners. These chargers use a 240-volt outlet, the same amount of power used by home appliances like a stove, or HVAC equipment.

There are a number of factors to consider before installing a Level 2 charger. For example, the best location, the type of connector, the length of cord, permanent or portable installation, and amperage.

It is highly recommended that you speak to a certified installer about requirements, including the right plug head, and installation costs. And be sure to check if there are any government rebates in your area for the installation4 of a home charger.

4 To reduce risk of fire, injury, or property damage, only (i) purchase/install a safety certified EV charger with voltage/current that are vehicle compatible (ii) use a licensed insured electrical professional to install charger (iii) install and operate in accordance with charger manufacturer's instructions/warnings and applicable laws.

Models

Choose an Electrified Vehicle That’s Right for You

Ready to plug-in to the potential of an electrified vehicle? Choose from two powerful and proven Toyota plug-ins, and coming soon, the new bZ4X, our first all-electric SUV.

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Public Charging Locations

Find the Charger Closest to You

Canada has more than 5,000 public charging stations. Most are Level 2. However, there is a growing network of Level 3 fast chargers. The Transport Canada website makes it easy to locate a charger near you.

Locate Charging Points Using Transport Canada

Toyota App

Your Toyota App also puts information close at hand. Using the App, you can check your driving range, charging level, and locate the nearest charging station.

FAQ

  • Charging at home is simple and convenient. Using the Toyota App or your vehicle’s Charge Management System, you can set a charging schedule that suits your specific daily routine while also taking advantage of off-peak electricity costs.

  • Charge time is dependent on the state of charge of your vehicle. One key factor that affects charging is weather. As the temperature approaches freezing and below, we strongly recommend AC charging. DC Fast Charging times will increase as the temperature drops. For example, at -10 degrees Celsius, DC Fast Charging times can increase by approximately five times. As temperatures drop even further, DC Fast Charging may be considerably longer or not possible. In order to ensure effective charging and preserve battery health over the life of the vehicle DC Fast Charging should be limited to two sessions per day year-round.

  • The charge time for a Prius Prime is as fast as 2 hr 10 min on a level 2 240v outlet1 and up to 5 hr 30 min* on a standard 120v household outlet2.

    1 Charge time is for 240v outlet (charging station). Always plug-in in accordance with Owner's Manual.
    2 Charge time is for standard 120v household outlet. Always plug-in in accordance with Owner's Manual.

  • The RAV4 Prime can charge in as fast as 2 hr 30 mins on a level 2 240v outlet1.

    1 Charge time is for 240v outlet (charging station). Always plug-in in accordance with Owner's Manual.

  • Toyota BEVs and PHEVs come standard with a level 1 charging cable that can be plugged into any 120v household outlet. Level 2 charging at home will require the purchase of a charger and the associated installation1 costs. Please contact a certified installer about requirements, including the right plug head, and costs. Federal and Provincial charger rebates may be applicable.

    1 To reduce risk of fire, injury, or property damage, only (i) purchase/install a safety certified EV charger with voltage/current that are vehicle compatible (ii) use a licensed insured electrical professional to install charger (iii) install and operate in accordance with charger manufacturer's instructions/warnings and applicable laws.

    Learn About Federal Rebates for Home Chargers

  • The Transport Canada website makes it easy to locate a charger near you.

    The Toyota App is also a useful tool to help find a charging station while on the go.

  • To get the most out of your battery electric vehicle, make charging a regular habit by setting a charging schedule using the Toyota App or the vehicle’s Charge Management System to allow you to get the most out of your range and to avoid range anxiety.

Help Me Choose an Electrified Powertrain

Not sure which electrified powertrain best suits your driving needs? We can help narrow down the best choice for you with just a few questions.

Take the Powertrain Quiz

Still Want to Learn More?

The more you know, the more you will appreciate the benefits of electrifying your ride.

Hybrid Electric
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