Is the ALL NEW 2023 Toyota bZ4x an electric SUV worth the PRICE?



The NEW bZ4x is Toyota’s first BEV. On the outside you will find similar dimensions to the RAV4 compact SUV. The Limited trim features 20in wheels, brushed aluminum styled accents and full LED lighting..On the inside you will be greeted by soft-tex seating material, large infotainment screen, digital gauge cluster and wireless charging. For propulsion you have a choice of single electric motor for FWD or dual electric motor for AWD. Is the ALL NEW 2023 Toyota bZ4x an electric SUV worth the PRICE?
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44 thoughts on “Is the ALL NEW 2023 Toyota bZ4x an electric SUV worth the PRICE?”

  1. After lobbying against evs, how are we supposed to trust Toyota now? Is this a compliance car to keep shareholders happy? Or a real attempt to reverse course?

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  2. Why doesn’t Toyota put a 6 way power seat on the passenger side of their cars ? My 2000 Town & Country had one and had no trouble getting a comfortable position. Bought an 09 Sienna several years ago , yes it is bulletproof, but the passenger seat is not comfortable and it only adjusts front & back with the power .

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  3. When charge range reaches 400 miles ,price 35K and duration of charge is 10 mins then I will consider buying any electric car. Nice Toyota btw.

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  4. At 13:00 into the video.. i realized that Toyota still places those blank buttons even on the highest trim like they are known for…. oh well. 🤷‍♂

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  5. I’m a Tesla Model Y fan, but this looks waaaay more better, and a better quality control finish. IF ONLY they make more than 350miles on a full charge.

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  6. I just don't like the glossy parts of the inside of the car is going to be a magnet to fingerprints. Well the only good thing is that if it gets stolen you'll find the culprits fingerprints lol.

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  7. Was really looking forward for this vehicle. 200 HP or 214 HP very disappointing. The components inside feel really cheap, arm rest has rattle… Mach E is better then this.

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  8. Seems to me that now that electric trucks are coming out that there's no logical reason to get a sedan or crossover EV. Might as well get the extra towing and storage without taking much of a hit on range.

    Though for me I have to have a manual transmission or it's not a real car.

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  9. That dash display in front of driver is absolutely awful. Crossing over some of the terrible Prius design issues is clearly a mistake from Toyota leadership.

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  10. where is the airplane steering wheel ?? ohh no … now, i cant buy this vehicle …. i was so happy about the steering … and now ? a normal one …. :-(( is sthe steering wheel only for us market ? :-))

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  11. I am a little numbed out that they didn't put a button on the side of the back to lower the back seats…
    I am also wondering how comfortable it would be for a large size person to sit in the car… I mean a built person

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  12. Beyond zero revolution is getting grandeur and better every year. Toyota will be a leader when BZ4x is rolled out worldwide.

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  13. 201 horsepower from the single motor and 215 from the duel motor? That’s some odd math from Toyota. Also X mode is a Subaru thing, interesting to see that in a Toyota product. Softex sounds a lot like the Startex leather alternative that Subaru uses.

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  14. Great review, as always, Joe! Thanks for flying across the country to bring this to us! I’ve had a reservation down on a Fisker Ocean for 2 years, but started to lean toward the Kia EV6, last year. Then Toyota/Subaru introduced this platform and got me excited as well. However the more I learn about it the less impressed I’ve been, compared to the EV6. I really appreciate this review, because you’ve convinced me the EV6 is clearly the better choice. Now, if Toyota would bring out that Tacoma EV they showed at their big EV event last month, before I can get my hands on an EV6 GT Line S, then they might get my business. Although, Kia is backing the EV6 with a 7-year drivetrain warranty, so…

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