Toyota BZ4X is more expensive than cousin

The 2023 Subaru Solitaires, the automaker’s first mass market EV, will start at $ 46,220 (including destination), Subaru confirmed on Monday.

For buyers who can claim a full $ 7,500 federal EV tax credit, the base price has been effectively lowered to $ 38,720. Subaru said Solters would be available in all 50 states, so regional incentives could also be available depending on where customers live.

That base price is the entry-level solitaire for the premium model, which gets standard features like an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and Subaru’s Isite Driver-Assist Tech, with adjustable lane centering and adjustable positioning. There are. Braking, and lane exit warning.

2023 Subaru Solters

2023 Subaru Solters

Starting at $ 49,270, the mid-range Solterra Limited adds a 12.3-inch touchscreen, 360-degree camera system and digital key functionality, allowing drivers to use a smartphone instead of a key fob. Top Solterra Touring starts at $ 53,220 and adds a digital rearview mirror, ventilated front seats, panoramic moonroof, LED footwell lighting and two-tone paint.

Reservation holders can choose between two charging offers, which include money to purchase a Level 2 home charging station installed by charging network Evigo Credit or Qmerit. However, Subaru said the details were still being finalized.

The Solterra Toyota is closely related to the BZ4X but more expensive than the Toyota, starting at $ 43,215. However, Subaru gets standard all-wheel drive; The base BZ4X models add front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, almost closing the price gap. Because it is subaru, solters get more outside marketing spin.

2023 Subaru Solters

2023 Subaru Solters

The Subaru version comes without some tech showstopper from its BZ4X cousin — such as a steering yoke or solar roof. But as it turns out, those features aren’t coming to the US in the BZ4X anyway.

Kia and Hyundai have priced the all-wheel drive versions of their EV6 and Ioniq 5 a little higher, respectively. But to be fair, they offer a lot more performance.

Subaru’s only other plug-in (or hybrid) model remains the crossstrake hybrid, rated at 17 all-electric miles.

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