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Possible new HVB battery?

hvb higher capacity

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#1 OFFLINE   RickOzone


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Posted 03 April 2018 - 07:34 PM


The new fusion (2019) will have a slightly better battery, rated at 9.0 kWh and the same form factor as the original battery. Perhaps this could be an upgrade to the battery in the C-Max. That is an 18% increase in capacity and for those of us that have lost capacity, could restore it. However, I'm sure the cost of the battery pack will be exorbitant and not worth it. The current price for the replacement battery is $7645.86!

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#2 OFFLINE   rbort


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Posted 03 April 2018 - 07:44 PM

Yes that sounds like a very viable option I would certainly choose that over the original version.  I wonder if some people on here who want to keep the car will try it.  I'm interested to hear the results.    I'm guessing it would be good for 40 miles range in the summer :)



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