Volvo announced pricing for its upcoming EX30 subcompact crossover, and the good news for Canadians is it qualifies for at least $5,000 in federal EV incentives, and more in certain provinces.
The Swedish brand’s smallest SUV ever will start at $53,700 for its base single-motor, rear-wheel-drive variant, called Core. The Plus goes for $56,900 while the Ultra is $59,100.
If you’re looking for the twin-motor, all-wheel-drive EX30, the Plus starts at $59,900, while the top-line Ultra tops out at $62,100.
Volvo says the EX30 will also be it’s quickest vehicle ever, with the twin-motor getting to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds. The single-motor variant will get 442 km on a charge, with the twin getting 426 km. The crossover will come with the choice of five exterior colours – Moss Yellow, Cloud Blue, Vapour Grey, Crystal White, or Onyx Black – and four interior ‘Rooms’, or themes: Mist, Pine, Indigo, & Breeze.
Canadians can preorder the EX30 this fall, with deliveries starting next summer. It will join Volvo’s current lineup of electric vehicles that includes the C40 Recharge, the XC40 Recharge and the XC90. Volvo has said it will build only EVs by 2030.