Subaru Solterra owners manuals
- Not a lot of cargo room
- Charging is not quick competitors offer more driving range
- The range is on the lower end for EVs
- Complicated to find a natural-feeling driving position
The Subaru Solterra is the rebadged version of the Toyota bZ4X, an all-electric SUV released for sale in mid-2022. The term "Solterra" comes from a combination of the word "sol" and "terra" which means "sun" and the "earth" in Latin. Only with a minor exterior redesign, it utilizes the same e-TNGA platform but is rebranded to Subaru Global.
The Solterra earned a five-star JNCAP rating and Victim's Aid for complete safety performance.
The Subaru Solterra is available in three trim levels: Premium, Limited, and Touring. A 72.8-kWh battery pack powers two electric motors, producing 215 horsepower and 249 lb-ft of torque. The Solterra is all-wheel-drive and Subaru casts a range of 228 miles on a full charge.
Subaru Solterra known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Subaru Solterra are: