【YouTube】The All-New 2023 Toyota bZ4X – Detailed Walkaround for Sale in Louisville, KY


The bZ4X is offered in XLE and Limited trim levels, and either can be had with a single motor and front-wheel drive or dual motors and all-wheel drive. This AWD Limited trim has a range of 222 miles. Standard equipment includes a panoramic glass roof, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and Safe Exit Assist. The Limited’s additional features include a motion-activated power liftgate, a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats, a multi-view camera, 20-inch wheels, and Softex upholstery. The Limited’s niceties make it worth the extra spend.

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The two bZ4X powertrains have nearly identical batteries: a 63.4-kWh battery pack in the single-motor version and a 65.5-kWh pack in the dual-motor model. The EPA range estimates for the FWD, single-motor model are 242/252 miles (Limited/XLE), while the all-wheel-drive version comes in at 222/228 miles. When we tested a dual motor model, we were disappointed with its 160-mile highway range result. If you’re doing mostly city driving, you might not feel the range pinch as much, but this result ties the Nissan Leaf for the lowest highway result among EVs. With a Level 2 supply, the 6.6-kW onboard charger can replenish the battery in 9 hours. At a DC fast-charger, Toyota claims that adding 80 percent charge takes just under an hour, with peak charging rates of 150 kW for the front-drive variants and 100 kW for the all-wheel-drive models. Buyers also receive a year of free charging at EVgo locations.

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