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I'm having trouble confirming whether or not the Ariya comes with a level 2 (240VAC) charge cable. Can anyone confirm ?

Also, the onboard battery charger in the Ariya limits charging to 7.2 kW (30 A current). This is sub-standard, I've seen its competitors with 11 kW onboard charger ratings. If one buys the 87 kWh battery pack Ariya, a 0-100% charge will take 12 hrs minimum, regardless of what wall charger you choose. Granted, real world home charging won't be from 0-100%, but one must be aware that L2 charging will be on the slow side.
 

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I'm having trouble confirming whether or not the Ariya comes with a level 2 (240VAC) charge cable. Can anyone confirm ?

Also, the onboard battery charger in the Ariya limits charging to 7.2 kW (30 A current). This is sub-standard, I've seen its competitors with 11 kW onboard charger ratings. If one buys the 87 kWh battery pack Ariya, a 0-100% charge will take 12 hrs minimum, regardless of what wall charger you choose. Granted, real world home charging won't be from 0-100%, but one must be aware that L2 charging will be on the slow side.
Is the Ariya’s onboard AC charger 7.2 kW or 9.6 kW in North America? I’ve seen conflicting specs in reviews. My current EV can AC charge at 11 kW.
 

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US model has 7.2kW on board charter. Found that here:
(Frequently asked questions -> See more -> Is the Ariya easy to charge?)

edit: corrected the information previously provided.
 

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atreis, the link you provided is to a European website. European specs do not match North American specs for the Ariya. I think this is the cause of confusion weekenddays. Try googling "ariya 7.2 kW" and see what you get.
 
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