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The bZ4X is a fine all-rounder – especially in front-wheel-drive (FWD) form and mid-rung Motion trim. It's good to drive, roomy in the back and reasonably priced, plus you get a 10 year warranty on the battery if you take your car to a Toyota dealer for an annual EV health check.
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Even entry-level Pure models are fairly well equipped, with 18in alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, keyless entry and start, a pre-conditioning system for the interior and a heat pump to improve range in colder conditions (this is an option on most competitors, including the EV6) fitted as standard. We'd still recommend stepping up to Motion trim, though.
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