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‡ Pricing includes parts & labour, and is based on either the highest labour rate amongst dealers in your province, or your selected dealer’s pricing. Prices do not include taxes.

Images may not be exactly as shown. Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the accessory information presented is current and accurate. However, please check model applicability and specification details with your Toyota dealer prior to purchase.

2023 bZ4X has limited inventory and is only available at select authorized dealers in British Columbia and Quebec. For future availability, please Register for Updates .

  • On a full charge, the Natural Resources Canada estimated range rating depends on the powertrain and grade:

    L – FWD up to 406 km1
    LE – FWD up to 406 km1
    XLE – AWD up to 367 km1

    Actual driving range will vary depending on how/where you drive, charging habits, accessory use, outside temperature and other factors. Battery capacity also decreases over the life of the vehicle, which will reduce range.

  • Driving range may decrease significantly depending on speed, outside temperature, accessory use, how/where you drive, charging habits, and other factors. Battery capacity also decreases over the life of the vehicle, which will reduce range.

  • The expected kilometers remaining can always be found on the right side of the Multi-Information Display (MID). Like other Toyota vehicles, this figure is an estimate determined by your driving habits, and may not accurately predict actual range if your driving pattern changes.

    The State of Charge Gauge on the meter display is similar to a conventional fuel gauge. If you’d like to see a state of charge percentage, you can find this inside the Toyota app once your vehicle is registered. Note that this is an estimate and may vary based on your driving pattern and other factors.

    No matter your preference, we recommend not allowing your state of charge to get too low, particularly on your first few drives as the bZ4X learns about your driving habits, and you become accustomed to the vehicle’s range and your available charging options.

  • While we hope this does not happen to you, Roadside Assistance2 can provide towing to your home, or the nearest public charging station to help get you back on the road.

    With your new car warranty, Roadside Assistance is included for three years for unlimited kilometers.

    If towing the bZ4X or using another roadside service, be sure to refer to the Owner’s Manual for additional information about necessary towing precautions.

  • The charging process is similar to that of filling up a gasoline vehicle—simply insert the connector into the vehicle and charging will begin. The charging process may vary slightly, as there are different types of charging equipment and power sources that may be used. bZ4X includes a Level 1 charging cable that can be plugged into a standard 120-Volt wall outlet, and it is possible to set a charging schedule to take advantage of varying electricity rates throughout the day.

    Customers who own a home may wish to purchase a Level 2 Home Charger to increase their charging speed. Level 2 charging operates at 240 volts and will require the installation of a 240 volt outlet in the home or hard wiring into the panel. Please use a licensed electrician for installation of a home charger.

    Customers can charge in public using Level 2 chargers or Level 3 DC Fast Chargers3 under ideal conditions. Public charging stations4 can be found through the Toyota App.

    Refer to the Owner’s Manual for more detail on how to charge bZ4X and the available charging options.

  • The charge inlet door is located on the driver’s side front quarter panel.

  • We recommend charging as often as needed to maintain a sufficient state of charge for your anticipated trips, with consideration of available charging methods at your destinations.

    Depending on the type of charger, we recommend charging to certain limits to maintain the long-term battery health.

    • AC (Level 1 and Level 2): Go ahead and charge to 100%. Once 100% is reached, it will stop charging to help preserve the battery.
    • DC Fast Charging (Level 3)1: We recommend charging to 80% to achieve the maximum benefit of the quick charging speed. It is possible to charge to 100% with this method, but the charging rate will automatically be reduced once it reaches 80% to help preserve the battery. To help maintain long-term battery health, DC Fast Charging is limited to two cycles of charging (Low → 80%) per day throughout the year.
  • The bZ4X is equipped with a standard J1772 connector for Level 1 and Level 2 AC charging and a CCS1 connector for DC Fast Charging (Level 3).

    Either DC Fast Charging or AC charging may be used at any time when charging the vehicle. Currently, bZ4X customers are not able to charge on the Tesla charging network.

  • The bZ4X can be charged at home with the provided Level 1 charging cord or available Level 2 charging solutions, or at public charging stations with Level 2 Chargers and Level 3 DC Fast Chargers4. Note that DC Fast Charging is limited to two cycles of charging (Low → 80%) per day throughout the year.

  • The bZ4X includes a Level 1 charging cord that can be plugged into any standard three-prong 120V outlet. While this is likely the most accessible charging method, it may not be suited for all drivers due to the slower charging rate.

    For faster charging at home, you may wish to purchase a Level 2 Home Charger and have it installed by a licensed electrician.

  • The bZ4X will charge with any network that has a J1772 (Level 2) or CCS 1 (DC Fast Charging) connector, including ChargePoint, Flo and EV Connect. You can find the nearest charging station near you on the Toyota app.

    Currently, bZ4X customers are not able to charge on the Tesla charging network.

  • In optimal conditions, the bZ4X takes the following amount of time to charge:

    Level 1 Level 2 DC Fast
    Charging
    State of Charge Low → 100% Low → 100% Low → 80%
    Time ~50 hours ~11 hours ~1 hour1
    Rate of Charge3 ~7km/hour ~36km/hour ~6km/minute
    Charging Current/
    Power Needed
    12A 32A 150 kW

  • Charging time will vary mainly based on starting battery level, outside temperature and HVAC/accessory use.

  • When using DC (Fast) Charging3, charging times will be affected more than other charging methods based on outside temperature. As temperatures decrease below 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit), charging time will increase significantly. For the AWD bZ4X, DC Charging will slow down further than other models when the temperature is below zero degrees (32 degrees Fahrenheit) and may not be possible when the temperature drops to around -20 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit) or below.

    To help maintain long-term battery health, DC Fast Charging is limited to two cycles of charging (Low → 80%) per day throughout the year.

  • The Toyota app* includes the convenient Charge Management feature. It offers great tools and insights, including vehicle range estimate, charging scheduling, charging status, and more.

    The Toyota app* can also be used to find public charging locations.

    You can also monitor your charging—including battery level and estimated range—through the Multi-Information Display (MID) and central touchscreen in your vehicle.

    It’s important to note that any estimated vehicle range calculations shown are based on previous usage patterns and may not accurately predict the vehicle range.

    *The Charge Management feature of the Toyota App requires an active Remote Connect trial or subscription.

  • Three words: convenience, fun and potential savings.

    All-electric vehicles can be conveniently charged at home, overnight and on-demand, as well as at public charging stations when out and about. No more trips to the gas station needed.

    They’re also fun to drive, thanks to the immediate torque response from the electric motors, as well as the smooth acceleration and quiet cabin.

    Drivers won’t just save money by avoiding the gas pump, either—they may also be able to enjoy federal and provincial incentives.

    And as icing on the cake, driving an all-electric vehicle can also help the environment by reducing CO2 emissions.

  • Thanks to the use of electric motors instead of internal combustion engines, all-electric vehicles provide smooth acceleration, immediate torque response and a surprisingly quiet ride experience.

  • The Top-Mount MID is designed to keep your eyes on the road. Positioned similarly to a Head-Up Display, it contains all the information you need, including the speedometer and charge meter.

    For the optimal experience, we recommend adjusting your seat and steering wheel, so the top of the steering wheel is positioned below your view of the MID.

  • Utilizing its electric motors, Regenerative Braking Boost allows the convenience of accelerating and decelerating with just one pedal. Press down the pedal to accelerate and let go to decelerate.

    When not depressing the accelerator, the vehicle will continually slow down to ~8 kph (~5 mph). For your safety, it is necessary to apply the brake pedal to come to a complete stop. It may also be necessary to apply the brake pedal when needing to slow down more quickly.

    If you’d like to turn off the Boost mode, simply hit the Boost button again and the indicator will turn off on the MID.

  • X-MODE improves the vehicle’s traction off road, by optimizing throttle control and wheel slip based on the condition selected.

    X-MODE has two separate driving modes:

    • SNOW/DIRT, mode reduces the power to the wheels to help minimize wheel slippage, while controlling wheelspin in a manner that directs power to wheels that may have more grip.
    • DEEP SNOW/MUD mode increases the power to the wheels and adjusts the traction management to allow for additional wheelspin than normal to help build momentum getting out of deep snow or mud.
    • In both modes, Grip Control can be utilized to maintain a low vehicle speed on steep inclines and slippery roads without stepping on the accelerator pedal or brake pedal. This constant speed is useful when navigating tricky terrain.
  • Individual purchasers of a bZ4X may be able to take advantage of government incentives. Please visit a full list of incentives .

  • According to NR-Can, you can expect fuel costs of up to $615 per year with the bZ4X5. Exact cost may vary based on your local electricity rates.

    Rates for charging an EV are measured in cents per kilowatt hour. Charging at home is the most cost-effective option, as one can charge their bZ4X when rates are lowest. Public charging rates are more expensive and will vary based on time of day and the various prices charged by the different charging station operators.

  • Like all Lithium-Ion batteries, there will be some reduction in capacity over the life of the battery. For peace of mind, Toyota provides all bZ4X owners an EV Component Warranty of 8 years/160,000 kms, which includes the traction battery.

  • bZ4X’s traction battery is virtually maintenance-free; however, it does require periodic inspections to ensure it operates as efficiently as possible.

1 Based on Natural Resources Canada-estimated 406 km total driving range rating for 2023 bZ4X L & LE FWD; and 367 km total driving range rating for 2023 bZ4X XLE AWD when vehicle is fully charged and operated under ideal driving conditions. Use for comparison purposes only. Actual range may decrease significantly depending on speed, outside temperature, accessory use, how/where you drive, charging habits, and other factors. Battery capacity also decreases with time and use, which will reduce range. See www.nrcan.gc.ca and Owner’s Manual for details.

2 The Platinum ECP Service Agreement for the bZ4X covers normal factory scheduled maintenance for three years. 24-hour Roadside Assistance is also included for the length of the Agreement with unlimited kilometers. See Toyota dealer for details and exclusions. Valid only in the continental North America.

3 DC (Fast) charging times are estimated based on ideal charging conditions. Drive battery level and condition, charger specifications and DC charging more than twice per day also can negatively affect charging time. Once the state-of-charge reaches 80%, charging rate will also increase significantly. As temperatures decrease below 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit), charging time will increase significantly. For the bZ4X AWD model, charging may slow down more than other models in weather conditions below zero degrees (32 degrees Fahrenheit) and may not be possible when the temperature drops to around -20 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit) and below.

4 Public charging experience will vary based on charger type (Level 2 or DC Fast Charger) and other vehicle and environmental conditions.

5 Based on the NRCAN fuel consumption label.