- Jul 20, 2016
- S63 AMG Coupe, Range Rover Sport, 992 Porsche Carrera 4S
Not totally convinced but I am thinking about a Plug in Hybrid SUV. As my cars at present can sit for weeks or longer without being used, they are all hooked up to Ctek chargers. Never had a starting problem even after being unused for months in the winter. Question is with a Plug in hybrid, can I leave the charging cable plugged in for weeks. I would have thought I could & it would monitor the battery like the Ctek, but may be mistaken. Also, I assume it has a separate battery for the petrol engine ie just a conventional petrol engine with battery & alternator & no shared system with the hybrid, so I could just fit a Ctek to this side as I already do with my present cars. I am pretty clued up regarding conventional cars, but not so on leccy/hybrid cars.