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Owning a Subaru EV is all about freedom – the freedom from the impact of fossil fuels, the freedom to reach places only a Subaru go, and the freedom to charge how and where it’s most convenient for you. A Subaru EV can be a perfect fit for your life, no matter how you want to charge it.
With a Subaru EV, you can leave home each morning with a full charge so you’re always ready to go anywhere. Just like your smartphone, you can simply plug in to a standard wall outlet when you get home with the included Level 1 120V charger and wake up to a fully charged battery. You can get an even faster charge by using a Level 2 240V charger – like the kind used for an electric clothes dryer. Other Level 2 chargers are available for public or customer use at retail stores, hotels, and parking lots.
Level 3 DC fast-charging stations, with the most powerful charging technology, are available at dedicated locations across the nation.
Whether you’re heading across town or the entire country, you’ll have access to over 46,000 public charging stations – including super-fast Direct Current Fast Charging stations (DCFC) that can charge up to 80% of your battery capacity in under an hour – through our partnership with EVgo, the first public EV fast-charging network in the U.S. to be powered by 100% renewable energy. A Solterra can charge at any Level 2 or DCFC, but an EVgo account can streamline the process and the EVgo app makes it easy to find the closest available charger as well as provide turn-by-turn directions to the station.
Saving money on gas and the environmental benefits of a zero-emissions vehicle are obvious, but there are other reasons why driving Subaru EV can be so rewarding. From tax credits to reduced maintenance costs to a more pleasant commute, buying a Subaru EV is a smart investment for the long road ahead.
With no tailpipe emissions and no need for gasoline or oil changes, owning an efficient, capable Subaru EV is the easiest way to enjoy everything the natural world has to offer while protecting it at the same time.
Owning a Subaru EV means you can take advantage of federal tax credits of up to $7,500, and there are even more possible tax credits, incentives, and discounts you can claim, depending on your location and employer.
No combustion engine means no need for fuel or other petroleum products, and if you charge at home, you can expect to only pay approximately $9 to $10 for a full charge, which is a huge savings compared to even the most efficient internal-combustion vehicles. Plus you save on time, since there’s no need to stop for gas on the way, making it one less thing you – and your wallet – need to worry about on your commute.
A Subaru EV is not only more efficient than a traditional combustion engine vehicle, it’s also simpler to maintain and doesn’t require the same petroleum lubricants for its engine parts. And that doesn’t even take into account the time spent waiting for regular maintenance like oil changes. Keep in mind that while a Subaru EV can help you save significant amounts on maintenance, you still need to stay on top of other basic services like tire rotation, brake pads, wiper blades, and other items that wear out or need regular servicing.
Certain states allow electric vehicles to access high-occupancy vehicle lanes. It’s just one more way owning a Subaru EV can make everyday driving easier and more enjoyable.
Range anxiety can play a role in whether you want an electric or hybrid vehicle, but both kinds of cars are paving the way for the future.
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