Converting a 2010 Honda Jazz to electric

Technical discussion on converting internal combustion to electric
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Converting a 2010 Honda Jazz to electric

Post by Richo »

Your more likely to find a dead ev that could be revived with some new batteries to give over 100+km.
So the short answer is NO but the long answer is YES.
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Converting a 2010 Honda Jazz to electric

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How much over 100km? My i-MiEV cost $15,000 and should do 100km if you don't go fast, furthest we have gone is safety bay and had to do about 80-90 on the freeway to be sure to make it back. In practice we rarely do more than 50km in a day. My parent's 2012 model seems to go about 20km further so actually has a useful range of around 100. It may be up for sale soon, but needs a fault fixed first. Not sure of the price but they were being cleared out for $25,000 new so should be substantially less than that. Unless of course Mitsubishi can't fix it - then it might be a nice cheap project for someone.

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Converting a 2010 Honda Jazz to electric

Post by mercmobily »

I am very interested in your car. Can you please text me on 0423 623 901 and let me know how much you would like for it?

It sounds like the car of my (broke) dreams!
(If it can be fixed)

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