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TESTED: 2023 Toyota bZ4X Falls Short of Range Estimate | Edmunds Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited June 2022 in General
imageTESTED: 2023 Toyota bZ4X Falls Short of Range Estimate | Edmunds

Edmunds tests the 2023 Toyota bZ4X to see how far it can go on a full battery charge. Most EVs match or even exceed their estimated range figures, but not all cars do. Here's how Toyota's first mass-market EV fared in our real-world testing.

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  • priusgurupriusguru Member Posts: 1

    The claimed rating of 26 kWh/100mi for 2023 Toyota bZ4X Limited FWD, which calculates to 3.85 mi/kWh, is not correct.

    These are the official EPA numbers:

    125 MPGe city = 3.71 mi/kWh
    103 MPGe highway = 3.06 mi/kWh
    114 MPGe combined = 3.38 mi/kWh

    The "28.5 kWh/100mi" observation for mixed driving, which calculates to 3.5 mi/kWh, clearly does not fall short.

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