Spring charging solutions

Never short on battery power
At home
Plug your Spring into a reinforced socket or opt for fast charging by installing a Mobilize PowerBox Uno* charging point.

*Connected using the Mode 3 cable provided with the purchase of your vehicle.
Dacia Spring - charging
Order and install a charging solution
Order your socket or your Mobilize PowerBox Uno when you order your brand new Dacia at the dealership.The charging solution at home will be ready and waiting before your vehicle is delivered.

Find out about all of the benefits of the home installation service with our partner, Mobilize Power Solutions.
An all-inclusive price
A set price that includes equipment and home installation by an expert within 45 working days after you signed the order form.
Charging solutions made in France
You choose the option that best suits your daily use: 3.7 kW reinforced socket or the Mobilize PowerBox Uno charging point, which can be configured to give up to 22 kW.
Quality and safety
EVCI* certified electricians that meet current quality and safety standards carry out installations. 

* Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
On the road
Find nearby charging points! When out on the road, take advantage of public charging points to charge your electric vehicle.

No time to lose? Order your DC charger (optional) to access fast charging points, and recover up to 80% of your driving range in under an hour!
Cables and equipment
Dacia Spring - home socket
Home socket (reinforced or standard) + mode 2 cable
Dacia Spring - charging point
Charging point (home or public) + mode 3 cable
Dacia Spring - fast charging point
Fast public charging station + cable attached to the station
We have the answers to your questions
Which factors can have an impact on the driving range of your vehicle?
Several factors can have an impact on the driving range of your electric vehicle:
  • Top among them is your driving style. Your battery drains faster when you accelerate excessively or drive at high speeds.
  • The terrain also plays a significant role. Uphill driving consumes more energy, especially at high speeds, while driving downhill allows for regenerative braking, replenishing your battery’s energy and extending your range.
  • Other factors include outdoor temperature (lower temperatures reduce range) and cabin temperature settings.
Which conditions can have an impact on your charging time?
Charging time depends on two main factors: battery temperature, which is affected by the outdoor temperature, and the charging method used. Charging a battery takes longer in colder temperatures.Spring can be recharged with alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC)*. AC charging is more common, allowing you to charge your vehicle at home with a standard domestic socket. But it is also the slowest method, charging from 0% to 100% in about 13 hours at 10 A and in under 9 hours** with a Green Up socket, provided you have one. You can optimise this time by installing a Wallbox at home. If you prefer to use public charging points, DC charging allows you to recharge your New Spring from 20% to 80% in just 35 minutes**.

* DC charging available on the Spring Extreme version only.
** Actual charging time may vary depending on a number of factors, including outdoor temperature and the battery temperature.
What factors can have an impact on the charging cost?
Charging costs fluctuate based on the following factors:    
  • Your geographical area (country, region, etc.), as prices may vary.
  • If charging your vehicle at home, prices may vary depending on the time of day (in some countries, electricity is cheaper at night) and on the type of contract you have with your energy provider. 
  • If you use a public charging point, fast charging (DC) is usually more expensive than the slower charging option (AC).
  • The operator’s pricing policy for the charging network (subscription, pay-as-you-go, etc.) will also impact how much you pay to charge your vehicle.