THE SUBARU SOLTERRA WILL BENEFIT FROM GOVERNMENT INCENTIVES
Subaru’s very first electric vehicle (EV) will benefit from the two government incentives offered, $5,000 from the federal government and $7,000 from the provincial government. The fact that Subaru chose an entry-level price of $56,603, including preparation and transportation costs, allows this EV to benefit from these rebates.
The rebates will be applicable after taxes on the transaction and versions equipped with the optional Luxury and Technology packages will also benefit from them.
The Solterra, which will only be available in four-wheel drive, features LED headlights and the automaker’s EyeSight driver assistance system. This system includes emergency braking and blind spot monitoring.
Luxury models get 20-inch wheels, a rear spoiler, 360-degree cameras and an 11-speaker audio system. The Technology line gets a fixed panoramic roof and ventilated seats.