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Hello all!

I am so pleased that the BZ family is finally going to be available soon.

I presently have a 2020 Prius Prime and can't say enough good things about it. In the last year, I have averaged less than 1 litre per 100 km.

Prior this car, I had a 2017 RAV4 Hybrid and felt I wanted more of an EV experience.

That being said, I am ready to move on to a full EV in the next year or so. Where I live in Canada, gov't subsidies can total about $13,000 per EV which can bring the price well below many hybrids in the market.

I am looking forward to what Toyota will have to offer in the next 12 months!
 

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Hi Prime2020, welcome here. Unfortunately in the netherlands (where i live) we do not have such subsidies, otherwise i would do the same. Now i’ll have to wait a couple of years.
 

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Welcome to the forum @Prime2020! Are there any specs that you're looking to get out of the BZ? Have you looked at any other EVs?
A few that interest me are the Kia Niro EV, Chevy Bolt EUV and VW ID4. If Toyota can put out a small SUV around the same size as these with 400+ km of range, they will be on my radar!
 

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A few that interest me are the Kia Niro EV, Chevy Bolt EUV and VW ID4. If Toyota can put out a small SUV around the same size as these with 400+ km of range, they will be on my radar!
The ID.4 is one I've been keeping tabs on for a bit. I like the look VW is going with compared to the Niro and I don't really trust GM with the Bolt.
 
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