Mazda MX-30 e-SKYACTIV 2021

General

Mazda MX-30 FULL REVIEW all-new Mazda EV - Autogefühl
Mazda MX-30 REVIEW with driving the EV Prototype - Autogefühl
Mazda MX-30 REVIEW with driving the EV Prototype - Autogefühl
Mazda MX-30 FULL REVIEW all-new Mazda EV - Autogefühl
Make: 
Model: 
Average Price: 
£
27,495
Updated: 
23 Jul 2020
Car Type: 
SUV
Year: 
2021
Total Seating: 
5
Transmission: 
1-speed Direct Drive
Bluetooth: 
no
Heated seats: 
no
Navigation: 
no

Also called:

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Electric

Battery: 
35.5kWh Lithium-ion battery
Full Charge Range: 
124mi
Full Charge Time: 
36 MIN 80% RAPID CHARGE

Expert Reviews

Expert reviews: 

Not only is the MX-30 an all-new model for Mazda, it marks the first time the Japanese automaker has experimented with an all-electric powertrain. It's similarly sized to the current CX-3 and the upcoming CX-30 crossovers, but borrows the MX nomenclature of the MX-5 Miata, giving us hope that it will be a performance-oriented option in the electric-SUV marketplace.

By: 
caranddriver.com

Another day, another electric vehicle. This time around it's from Mazda, and it blends all the hallmarks of a sporty city SUV with a fully-electric heart.
The MX-30 debuts Mazda's pure-electric e-SkyActiv platform, along with a number of new interior technologies likely to filter through the rest of the Japanese brand's line-up in due course.
The all-electric MX-30 is part of Mazda's plan to offer an e-SkyActiv (hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or fully-electric) vehicle in each of its model lines by 2030. That includes everything from the Mazda 2 through to the dual-cab BT-50 replacement.

By: 
caradvice.com.au

Mazda could have played it safe with this one but it didn't. Instead, it went bold. Rugged, in fact. All the more impressive is the fact that the all-new 2021 Mazda MX-30 is the Japanese automaker's first-ever all-electric vehicle. Going bold is something GM, for example, never would have done. Just look at the Chevrolet Bolt.
The new MX-30, by contrast, has unique styling inside and out that may not be to everyone's liking. Mazda has been repositioning itself over the past few years as a more premium brand overall, and the MX-30's slightly more rugged look is not what everyone expected. But it also serves as the ideal gateway model for the brand as it takes its first step towards all-out electrification. The question is whether the MX-30 can successfully challenge the likes of the popular Hyundai Kona Electric, Kia Niro EV, and even the upcoming BMW iX3.

By: 
carbuzz.com

Fuel

Fuel Type: 
Electric

Convenience

Cruise Control: 
no
Door Pockets: 
no
Cupholders: 
no
Overhead console: 
no
Seatback Storage: 
no
Power Steering: 
no
Parking sensors: 
no
Steering Wheel Tilt: 
no
Telescopic steering wheel: 
no
Rear View Camera: 
no
Front view Camera: 
no
Side view Camera: 
no

Exterior Dimensions

Length: 
173.00in
Width: 
70.60in
Height: 
61.80in
Wheel Base: 
104.50in

Instruments

Clock: 
no
Trip computer: 
no
Techometer: 
no
External Temperature Display: 
no
Compass: 
no

Power Features

Power windows: 
no
Remote Keyless doors: 
no

Seats

Rear Seat Collapsible: 
no
Rear Seats Features: 
Folding center armrest

Comfort

Interior air Filtration: 
no
Climate Control: 
no

Entertainment

DVD player: 
no
AM/FM Radio: 
no
Satellite radio: 
no
Video monitor: 
no

Exterior Features

Sunroof: 
no
Rear defogger: 
no
Alloy Wheels: 
yes
Wheel size: 
18 in
Wheel Dimensions: 
Width: 
215.00millimeters
Aspect Ratio: 
55
Diameter: 
R18

Safety Features

ABS: 
no
Front head airbags: 
no
Rear head airbags: 
no
Dual front side-mounted airbags: 
no
Child seat anchors: 
no
Emergency braking assist: 
no
Rear door child safety locks: 
no
Daytime running lights: 
no
Engine immobilizer: 
no
Front fog lights: 
no
Auto delay off headlamps: 
no
Dusk sensing headlamps: 
no
Front headrests: 
no
Rear headrests: 
no
Stability control: 
no
Traction control: 
no
Tire pressure monitoring: 
no