Mazda announce MX-30 First Edition pricing | New Release - Car News Mar 2020

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16:23 Thursday 05 Mar 2020

Mazda have announced initial pricing for their new MX-30 model.

Prices will start from £26,995, including the £4,500 Government Plug In Car Grant, for the MX-30 First Edition.  Just 500 examples of the MX-30 will be available to UK customers, with deliveries of the all-electric crossover to start early next year.

The Mazda MX-30 features an AC synchronous electric motor, a 35.5kWh lithium-ion battery, and a range of around 124 miles on a single charge.  Its distinctive styling includes forward opening doors at the front and backwards opening door to the rear, with the cabin boasting a floating centre console and environmentally-friendly materials.  There’s a 7-inch colour touchscreen air-conditioning control panel in the lower console, recycled plastic materials, and cork-lined centre console and inner door handles to honour Mazda’s origins a century ago as the Tokyo Kogyo Cork Company.
A choice of either Ceramic Metallic or Polymetal Grey Metallic paint can be made free-of-charge, with further options available at a cost.  Light grey cloth and stone leatherette with orange seat stitching adorns the interior.
Head-up display, 8-way electric adjustable drivers’ seat, a colour 7-inch TFT dial display, a leather wrapped steering wheel, chrome trim accents, Mazda Connect navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Mazda Radar Cruise control are also included.  First Edition will also qualify for a free wall box home charger.



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