Toyota bZ4X SUV, the first vehicle from the global bZ (‘below Zero’) series, arrives at U.S. dealerships this spring. Pricing has been set.
As the company informs, the 2023 Toyota bZ4X is coming to America’s retailers this spring in two grades – XLE and Limited available either with front-wheel drive or an innovative X-MODE all-wheel-drive system.
The XLE FWD costs $43,215, XLE AWD – $45,295; Limited FWD is $47,915, and Limited AWD is $49,995. The prices include a $1,215 Delivery, Processing, and Handling Fee.
The base model’s driving range reaches up to 252 miles according to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s test. EPA estimates that compared to an average car, fuel cost savings will be up to $5,000 over 5 years for the front-wheel-drive Toyota bZ4X XLE.
The bZ4X sits in the middle of the compact SUV segment. It is longer, wider, and lower than the Toyota RAV4; it has 42.1 inches of legroom in the front and 35.3 inches for rear passengers; the cargo space behind the 2nd row is 27.7 cubic feet.
The model offers a variety of color options and hi-tech features, such as over-the-air updates, Intelligent Assistant, Destination Assist, Cloud Navigation, Integrated Streaming, a 9-speaker JBL Premium Audio system, Digital Key, Remote Charging capability. Bird’s Eye View Camera with Perimeter Scan, Curb View, and many others.
The bZ4X’s power rating is 201 hp for FWD and 214 for AWD. Combined fuel economy figures for the base model are 119 MPGe if comes with front-wheel drive, and 104 MPGe if comes with all-wheel drive – according to EPA estimates.
To accelerate from zero to 60 mph, the Toyota bZ4X needs 7.1 sec (FWD) and 6.5 sec (AWD). The vehicle offers instantaneous torque.