Our C40/XC40 wheels don't come off. Also we only have to wait roughly around 35-40 minutes to charge from 10 to 80% with a 150kW charger instead of an hour to infinity.I ordered a XC40 Recharge last October and should be receiving the car within the next three to four months. I ordered the Ultimate with a couple of accessories.
I currently own a 2023 Toyota bZ4X LE which equates to a FWD single motor version. The bZ is a not a small crossover. The highway range has been a disappointment since I started driving it in Dec 2022. I live in Canada where the temperatures hover around 0 Celsius. I have two L2 chargers and charge the bZ in a heated garage (+15C); one is off a 30A breaker, the other off a 50A breaker.
Highway range at 105 km/h "groundspeed" (the speedometer is not accurate) renders a meagre 200 km of range at OAT of +3C. The technology available on the bZ is Prius-like and outdated or non-existant. I use the range "guess-o-meter" to assist me with when I should consider returning home for a recharge.
I ordered the XC40 Recharge for the technology upgrade, battery pre-conditioning when approaching a DCFC and for a better more technologically advanced EV than the Toyota bZ4X. However, after lurking on the website, I am quickly starting to think that the bZ might not be all that "cheap" or "unreliable".