THE 2021 MAZDA ALL-ELECTRIC MX-30
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MAZDA MX-30 GS-L E-SKYACTIV ELECTRIC (145ps)
|Deposit / Trade-in||€5,789.00|
|36 Monthly Payments of||€275.40|
|Total Cost of Credit||€2,534.79|
|Combined Fee's (Acceptance & Completion)||€150|
A NEW FACE OF KODA DESIGN
The all-new electric Mazda MX-30 has been mindfully designed with a purpose: your life. Its contemporary exterior design met with a spacious interior will ensure it meets your everyday needs.
The exciting new Kodo design emphasises the beauty of simplicity. Through the use of simple lines and curves, Mazda’s first all-electric vehicle is a welcoming yet forceful vehicle. The MX-30’s standout features are the freestyle doors and highly sculpted headlights.
On the interior, fine craftsmanship ensures comfort and safety making you feel like you are right at home. All while using the finest sustainable material including Heritage Cork in the cabin.
TAKE A CLOSER LOOK
ALL-NEW, ALL-ELECTRIC, ALL YOU
The frame of the Mazda MX-30 has been enhanced for the all-new e-Skyactiv electric drive technology. The battery placement achieves an ideal 50/50 weight distribution for enhanced performance. As a result, the car instinctively moves exactly as the driver intends. Whilst boasting ranges from 200 km up to 265 km and fast charging.
The vehicle can be charged in three different ways via the conventional household plug socket with an AC output (eg 22kW) taking up to 5 hours, the overnight at home wall box, or by using a DC quick charging station which can provide up to 50kW loading power- recharging the MX-30 battery to 80 % in just 40 minutes*.
KEEPING A SAFE DISTANCE
The safety technology in the all-new Mazda MX-30 is not only concentrated on driving pleasure, but also safety and reliability are paramount. With active, passive and battery safety measures expertly incorporated, they allow for an even more joyful driving experience.
The MX-30's high-strength frame was designed to deliver excellent collision safety performance. The battery is also equipped with a special protective structure to fully shield occupants from the secondary risk of high voltage in the unlikely event of an accident.
Michael McAleer, The Irish Times
Mazda is joining the race to stock up our electric car options. And its new MX-30 is a beauty, even with those rear-hinged back doors.
I first encountered it at last year’s Tokyo Motor Show, somewhat by accident. Amid a myriad of electric models being unveiled, the covers were being pulled off the car as I passed the Mazda stand. It stopped me in my trek between a Mercedes presentation and a Mitsubishi press conference. It’s a real head-turner, sleeker than the formulaic, boxy SUV-styled crossover these days
That ambition to offer a driving feel closer to the “natural” way of a traditional Mazda means that even though this new crossover carries Mazda’s sporty MX moniker, it delivers a rather sedate 0-100km/h time of 9 seconds.
Christian Schultze, director and deputy general manager at Mazda Europe’s R&D centre, explains this by reference to the trade-off in terms of energy economy. “The electric motor has certain trade-offs. For example, when have a petrol model, the difference between driving in eco-mode and driving in sports mode is 20 per cent or so, but in an electric vehicle driving it sportily can mean you could double or triple your consumption. So that is why we try to make things in a way that you feel comfortable without experiencing these negative points.”