Subaru’s Polish distributor does not want to play with updates and frequent price conversions from the euro. The official Polish Subaru Solterra price list contains amounts in EU currency, without amounts in PLN. The cheapest option of Comfort equipment costs EUR 50,000, but information from western countries comes to us that the car may be more expensive by about 15 percent.
Subaru Soltera prices in Polish price list and data from Germany
The price list published in early November gives the following rates (the source):
- Subaru Solterra “Comfort” – EUR 50,000, which at the EUR exchange rate of PLN 4.7997 gives PLN 234,000,
- Subaru Solterra “Platinum” – EUR 55,000, PLN 264,000,
- Subaru Solterra “Platinum Plus” – EUR 56,000, PLN 268,800.
In Germany, the Comfort variant costs 15 percent more, so let’s try to apply this knowledge to the Polish price list. Of course, this is just a rumor for now:
- Subaru Solterra “Comfort” – PLN 276,000,
- Subaru Solterra “Platinum” – PLN 303,600,
- Subaru Solterra “Platinum Plus” – PLN 309,100.
In all equipment variants, the car has all-wheel drive and two engines with an output of 80 kW/109 hp each. The engines have 168.5 Nm of torque each. The battery has 71.4 kWh, based on 96 Panasonic cells, so it can be charged with a maximum power of 150 kW. At the bottom of the car is the on-board charger, which reaches up to 7 kW, so it is a 1-, more than a 2-phase charger.
The advantage of all models is a 360-degree view and heated front seats, while you have to pay extra for a heated steering wheel and rear seat. The 10-speaker Harman Kardon system also requires the purchase of the Platinum package. Thanks to the 18-inch wheels, the base variant offers a maximum of 466 WLTP units, more than the Tesla Model Y RWD. In the current price list, it is also slightly cheaper than that (PLN 274,990 for Model Y).
Those who want to park the Solterra on asphalt roads will be pleased with the car’s ground clearance of 21 centimeters. However, they will be concerned about the permissible weight exceeding 2.5 tons at only 50 kg – which, according to the applicable regulations, means that the Subaru Solterra cannot be parked on paved roads:
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