2023 Subaru Solterra EV Pricing from $44,995
Reservations for the Solterra EV from Subaru launched in February for just a $250 deposit, and this week the automaker has unveiled pricing for the electric SUV.
Subaru shared pricing for the Solterra SUV, starting at $44,995 for the Premium trim before the $7,500 federal tax incentive and the $1,225 destination fee, according to the automaker, with sales to be available in all 50 states.
The Premium base-level trim comes with an eight-inch touchscreen including both Android Auto and Apple Carplay, in addition to driver assistance with rear camera detection, safe-exit door alerts and blind-spot monitoring.
You can also upgrade to the $48,495 Limited trim or the $51,995 Touring trim to add a range of other features.
Subaru says the EPA estimated range is up to 228 miles (366 km) for the Solterra, while it has partnered with EVgo for the latter’s public charging network.
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While the Limited variant includes a 360-degree camera, wireless phone charger and a digital key through the driver’s phone, the Touring trim adds a digital rear-view mirror with HomeLink, a panoramic moon roof and ventilated front seats, and other features.
Subaru’s Solterra is being built on the same electric platform as the Toyota bZ4X, which has a starting price of $43,200 before tax incentives and a destination fee of $1,215.
The extra cost compared to the Toyota bZ4X gives users better off-road access, with all-wheel-drive for all models — though they’re an add-on for the bZ4X.
You can already reserve a Subaru Solterra and get free charging from EVgo or get credits towards a home charger.