Entry-Level 2025 Volvo EX30 EV Officially Priced At $36,245

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Volvo has recently delivered on its promise to introduce the new entry-level 2025 EX30 EV, and it comes with an enticing price tag. The manufacturer announced that the base model of the EX30 EV will be available at an MSRP of $34,950, and when you factor in Volvo’s destination fee of $1,295, the starting price becomes $36,245. This pricing strategy is noteworthy as it positions the EX30 below the average transaction price for new vehicles in the United States, and this isn’t limited to electric vehicles alone.

The EX30 is presented in two powertrain variants, each with its own range of trim options. The Single Motor Extended Range variant comes in Core, Plus, and Ultra trims, while the Twin Motor Performance variant offers just two options: Plus and Ultra. As the names suggest, the Single Motor Extended Range variant focuses on maximizing range, boasting an impressive 275-mile range. On the other hand, the Twin Motor Performance variant prioritizes speed, accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in a mere 3.4 seconds, albeit at the expense of some range.

If you’re considering upgrading from the Single Motor Core to the Twin Motor Plus for all-wheel drive capabilities, be prepared for a significant price difference of $9,950. However, it’s worth noting that the single-motor EX30 is no slouch, as it features rear-wheel drive, not front-wheel drive.

Here’s a breakdown of the pricing for the different EX30 variants:

Single Motor Extended Range

  • Core: $36,245
  • Plus: $40,195
  • Ultra: $41,895

Twin Motor Performance

  • Plus: $46,195
  • Ultra: $47,895

While the EX30 may be $100 more expensive than initially expected, this slight increase is attributed to Volvo adjusting its destination fee for the year 2025. It’s worth acknowledging that, even with this adjustment, the cost of importing an EX30 from overseas is still more economical than what Ford charges for shipping an F-150 from Michigan.

It’s important to note that the federal tax credit may not apply to the EX30, as it is assembled in China. Volvo enthusiasts can anticipate the arrival of this stylish yet minimalist electric crossover in the first half of 2024. Those who have placed deposits will have the opportunity to configure their orders in the coming months, eager to experience Volvo’s promising entry-level electric vehicle offering.


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