- Volvo revealed the full range of pricing for its upcoming EX30 EV crossover.
- The pint-sized EV is shockingly cheap with a starting price of just $36,245 for the single-motor extended-range version.
- Pre-order configurations are slated to begin later this fall, with deliveries expected to start in the first quarter of 2024.
EV naysayers will have a harder time bemoaning the high cost of entry with this one. Volvo has revealed the full range of pricing for its upcoming EX30 crossover, and the brand’s smallest EV SUV comes in well below both the C40 Recharge and XC40 Recharge.
In the standard single-motor rear-drive setup, the EX30 makes 268 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque, and has an EPA-estimated 275 miles of range. With the base powertrain setup, Volvo is offering three trim levels; Core, Plus, and Ultra. The base Core is the cheapest at $36,245, with the Plus bumping that up to $40,195, and the Ultra at $41,895. Stepping up to the Plus brings a Harman Kardon sound system, a dual-tone panoramic roof in Onyx Black, and 19-inch wheels. Moving into the top trim net more features including the next-generation Pilot Assist and a 360-degree-view camera.
Upgrading to the dual-motor all-wheel-drive variant brings more power: 422 horses and 400 pound-feet. This version uses the same battery, and the range estimate falls to 265 miles. According to Volvo, the dual-motor setup launches the EX30 to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds. Whereas the single-motor EX30 can be had in three trims, the dual-motor ditches the base Core. The more powerful Plus and Ultra trims add $6000 a piece to their rear-drive equivalents, bringing the totals to $46,195 and $47,895.