2023 Subaru Solterra all-electric compact SUV features, specs, pricing
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How To Order The New Subaru Solterra EV And Complete Trim Guide

Can you buy the new 2023 Subaru Solterra all-electric SUV in all 50 states, and what is the best trim level? Check out the complete details here.
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The all-new 2023 Subaru Solterra EV will be available for customers in the U.S. in mid-2022, but where can you buy the new EV compact SUV? We reported that the Solterra would only be available in the states following California's emissions program, but it will not be limited to those states.

We had heard a report that Subaru dealers have the option to become EV certified, and customers can reserve it on the website and select the dealer of choice starting in late January. But Subaru did not confirm the information.

2023 Subaru Solterra all-electric compact SUV features, specs, pricing

Subaru Report reached out to Subaru of America, and Todd Hill, SOA's Product Public Relations Manager, told us, "For now, we are advising those interested in the Solterra to visit subaru.com/solterra-ev for information and encourage them to sign up for updates to receive the latest information when it becomes available."

What is the price of the Subaru Solterra?

The 2023 Subaru Solterra will come in three trim levels for U.S. customers. Subaru has not released pricing information, but the new EV should be priced around $40,000 for the base trim and could approach $50,000 for the fully-loaded Touring trim level.

2023 Subaru Solterra all-electric compact SUV features, specs, pricing

What is the best Solterra trim level?

The Premium trim level is the base model and comes amply equipped. We would choose the Solterra Limited trim because it has more features active customers want. Check out the lineup below and each trim level's standard features.

Solterra Premium

Subaru Symmetrical all-wheel drive
8.3 inches of ground clearance
X-MODE and Hill Ascent/Descent assist
StarDrive zero-emissions all-electric drivetrain
EyeSight driver assist technology
Automatic climate control
Blind-Spot monitoring

Solterra Limited

Includes all Premium features and adds:
20-inch alloy wheels
Fog lights
Roof rails
Dual liftgate spoilers
Power rear gate
Power driver's seat
Heated front/rear seats
StarTex-trimmed upholstery
Heated steering wheel
12.3-inch multimedia system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration
Cloud-based navigation and voice assistant capability
Wireless device charging
Auto-dimming rearview mirror with Homelink
Harman Kardon premium audio speakers
360-degree Surround-View Camera

Solterra Touring

Includes all Limited features and adds:
Glass roof with retractable sunshade
Ventilated front seats
Display rearview auto-dimming mirror
Interior illuminated trim
Available two-tone roof paint

Where can you buy the all-new 2023 Subaru Solterra all-electric SUV?

EV shoppers can visit Subaru's dedicated 2023 Subaru Solterra website and get vehicle updates. You can also check out Subaru's guide to electric vehicles here.

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Denis Flierl has invested over 30 years in the automotive industry in a consulting role working with every major car brand. He is an accredited member of the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press. Check out Subaru Report where he covers all of the Japanese automaker's models. More stories can be found on the Torque News Subaru page. Follow Denis on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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Comments

Only the Touring model has a sunroof? This isn’t very Subaru. Foresters all have huge sunroofs from Premium trim (one from the bottom) on up.
It is a glass roof, not a sun roof. Colors are limited to trim levels: premium gets hot red, limited gets lame white, and touring gets hazy. I'm in Oklahoma. Since I can't open the glass roof, I'm going to settle for a lame white car because eventually I'll be caught out in a hail storm and I'll end up with an electric sun spotter car. These limitations on the car are probably a result of supply chain issues. I wish Subaru would let us trade AC for the sunroof. But driving down the road with a sunroof open will affect the driving range.