The U.S pricing for the all-new pure electric Subaru Solterra SUV has been announced. This summer, Subaru dealerships will begin receiving the model in limited numbers.
The 2023 Subaru Solterra, the Toyota BZ4X’s platform-mate, is available in three trim levels: Premium, Limited, and Touring, which cost $46,220, $49,720, and $53,220 respectively, including a Destination and Delivery fee of $1,225.
The standard equipment includes a Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system based on Subaru StarDrive Technology, Dual-Function X-MODE with Snow / Dirt and Deep Snow / Mud modes, Grip Control and Downhill Assist Control, Active Cornering Assist and Vehicle Stability Control, as well as a suite of EyeSight driver-assist features.
The paint options available for the 2023 Solterra at extra pay include Harbor Mist Gray Pearl, Elemental Red Pearl, Cosmic White Pearl, Galactic Black, and Smoked Carbon.
The Solterra’s front and rear electric motors deliver 215 hp and 249 pound-feet of torque in total in combination with a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
The driving range the electric SUV achieves is up to 228 miles thanks to a 71.4-kWh battery. The vehicle has got the Level 2 AC and DC fast charging capability, meaning you will need less than 60 minutes to charge your Solterra up to 80% with a DC charger.
Mobile apps work with the Subaru Solterra’s all-new multimedia system available with Subaru’s biggest 12.3-inch high-resolution horizontal touchscreen.
- This model is eligible for a $7,500 federal tax credit and additional state incentives
- Reservation holders are eligible for an EVgo Charging Credit or a $400 credit towards the home installation of a Level 2 charger by Qmerit (charger purchased separately)
- Those who buy or lease a Solterra, receive up to 10 days of Subaru Just DRIVE Rental at no-charge from participating Subaru retailers.
Source: Subaru of America
2 comments on “Subaru Solterra U.S. Prices Revealed, Sales Start in Summer ”
This is Paul Dunker, reaching out on behalf of the EV charging firm Qmerit.
Can you modify the story on Subaru Solterra so it conveys that buyers will get a credit on just the installation, not the purchase, of the Level 2 charger by Qmerit?
The correct situation from Qmerit’s perspective is:
“Solterra reservation holders are eligible to receive a $400 credit towards the home installation of a Level 2 charger (charger purchased separately).”
The story currently implies a credit toward the purchase. Also, the story has an uppercase “m” in Qmerit’s name. It should be lowercase.
Pardon the inconvenience — the press release from Subaru didn’t have this correct and we’ve reached out to them.
Thanks for any consideration —
Paul Dunker for Qmerit
Thanks for your comment. We’ve modified as you asked