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News 2023 Toyota bZ4X Priced From $44,990

2023 Toyota bZ4X Priced From $44,990

The 2023 Toyota bZ4X offers up to 406 km of range


  • Base pricing makes it eligible for all Federal and Provincial incentives.

  • Three trims will be offered in Canada.

  • The least expensive AWD version starts at $54,990.


We’ve recently driven the all-new 2023 Toyota bZ4X and we concluded that it is conservative and very smart. In other words, the bZ4X is very Toyota, and Subaru for that matter.

2023 Toyota BZ4X First Drive Review: Toyobaru Goes Electric

The new 2023 bZ4X goes on sale this spring and just ahead of its official arrival, Toyota’s revealed pricing for its first mass-produced EV.

It will be offered in three trims. Here is the breakdown as stipulated in Toyota’s press release:

The 2023 Toyota bZ4X L (starting MSRP: $44,990) is a front-wheel drive model at a price designed to make it easier for Canadians to get behind the wheel of a battery electric vehicle. This model features 18″ alloy wheels, heated and powered exterior mirrors, LED daytime running lights, Smart Key System with Push Button Start, a rear-view camera, and many safety systems, including Lane Tracing Assist and Driver Emergency Stop. This model is available in a solid black body colour with a black interior.

The 2023 Toyota bZ4X LE (starting MSRP: $49,990) is also a front-wheel drive model. A step up from the L grade, it adds a 3-year trial for Toyota’s Safety Connect and Remote Connect services, a 12.3″ touchscreen display, front seat heater and foot and leg radiant heater, a heated and leather clad steering wheel, foot lights on the exterior mirrors, a power back door, rain sensing wipers, and additional safety system including the Blind Spot Monitor with Safe Exit Assist and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. This model is available in a choice of four body colours: Black, Wind Chill Pearl, Element Silver, and Nautical Blue Metallic. All feature a black interior.

The 2023 Toyota bZ4X XLE (starting MSRP: $54,990) enhances the bZ4X experience with the added confidence of an all-new AWD system with X-MODE. Other performance features of this grade include a three-setting Drive Mode Select system, Multi-Terrain Select, Downhill Assist Control, and Crawl Mode – all of which make this BEV more capable in a variety of driving conditions. Additional features on this trim level include a fixed panoramic roof with shade, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, HomeLink with integrated Garage Door Opener, Qi-compatible wireless charging system, and a tonneau cover. Additional safety technologies include an Intelligent Clearance Sonar system with Rear Cross Traffic Brake. This model features a black interior with a mix of fabric and Softex upholstery and is offered in a choice of nine body colours. Solid palettes include Black, Wind Chill Pearl, Element Silver, Nautical Blue Metallic, Supersonic Red, and Heavy Metal. Two-tone palettes include Element Silver, Wind Chill Pearl, and Heavy Metal – all with black roofs.

The 2023 Toyota bZ4X XLE Technology Package (starting MSRP: $62,750) delivers the ultimate full electric driving experience. This AWD model builds on the XLE trim level, adding a premium JBL Audio system, a 3-year trial for Service, Safety, Remote and Drive Connect, auto-leveling 3-piece headlamps, a kick-sensor for the power back door, Advanced Park, a Digital Key, and a Panoramic View Monitor. Other upgrades include unique 20″ alloy wheels, eight-way power-adjustable front seats, heated and ventilated front seats, illuminated entry system, a rear spoiler, and roof rails. This model features full Softex upholstery and is offered with two interior colour palettes. The black interior scheme is available on all nine body colours available for the XLE trim level, plus a 10th colour: two-tone Supersonic Red with a black roof. The four two-tone schemes plus the Black, Supersonic Red, and Nautical Blue Metallic solid schemes may also be ordered with a light grey interior.

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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