Toyota kicks off its all-electric vehicle lineup with the bZ4X, joining the rapidly growing EV market with a popular SUV size slotting between the RAV4 and the larger Venza. We share our first impressions of the 2023 Toyota bZ4X and discuss its modest electric range, the recent recall involving wheels detaching while in motion, Toyota already running out of EV tax credits, and why CR will not be buying one for its test program.
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00:00 — Introduction
00:14 — First Impressions: 2023 Toyota bZ4X
17:25 — Question: Why automatic folding side view mirrors are rare in the US?
2023 Toyota bZ4X
Roomy 2023 Toyota bZ4X Impresses on the Road
Toyota Becomes 3rd Automaker to Reach Electric vehicle Tax Credit Limit
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