Built in April of last year, that will have been built before the recall for the wheels. I'm sure that's been fixed and is fine, but you may want to keep an eye on the 12V battery. Some bZ4X and Solterra owners have had issues with those batteries being degraded from sitting so long. You might want to ask the dealer to thoroughly test it for you. Also, if you experience odd things such as error codes, not shifting, etc., check the battery. All (or at least many) modern cars have "gremlins" that strike when the 12V isn't up to snuff.The better half was shopping for a Rav4 Prime (like I strongly suggested when she bought her 2021 ). Dealer had a bZ4x, we test drove it and fell in love with it. but it was the XLE and in our older age, I want all the comforts of home, they did have a limited coming in to Illinois from New York. It would be here in 3 or 4 days. We signed up, and it was here the next day. It was built April 2022, but it's still new, it had 0.5 miles on it.
I've been driving Prii since 2004, but never had a plug-in. Looking forward to learning more about this car and no more gas station visits and no more oil changes.
(Honestly, if it was me, I'd have them replace the 12V before I accepted delivery.)
Edit to add: Also, congratulations on your car. Didn't mean to just throw the negative at you! They really drive nice and have great features and I'm sure you'll enjoy it.