New Mazda MX-30 cars

The Mazda MX-30 is a sporty and stylish pure-electric SUV with a premium interior and usefully short recharging times. Browse our selection of new Mazda MX-30 cars available for subscription.

Finance representative example (PCP)

Total cash price £13,750. Borrowing £12,750 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


Fixed rate of interest
4.6%
48 monthly payments
£243.98
Total amount payable
£16,767.04
Cost of credit
£3,017.04
Optional final payment
£4,056.00
Annual mileage limit
10,000 miles
Excess mileage charge
4p/mile

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  1. Finance representative example (PCP)

    Total cash price £13,750. Borrowing £12,750 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


    Fixed rate of interest
    4.6%
    48 monthly payments
    £243.98
    Total amount payable
    £16,767.04
    Cost of credit
    £3,017.04
    Optional final payment
    £4,056.00
    Annual mileage limit
    10,000 miles
    Excess mileage charge
    4p/mile

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Thinking of getting a Mazda MX-30?

The style of the car

The MX-30 is Mazda’s first electric car. It’s a sporty mid-size SUV that looks like a three-door coupe but actually has five doors, with the rear side pair cleverly disguised. The inside is as stylish as the outside and features sustainably sourced materials such as cork and fabric made from recycled plastic.

How it drives

As with most Mazdas, the MX-30 is more fun to drive than many of its rivals. It’s light, responsive and nimble, which makes it really good to drive around town yet enjoyable on country roads. It’s quiet and comfortable on motorways, too. Manoeuvring is straightforward as parking sensors come as standard. In typical electric car fashion, the MX-30 gives sprightly acceleration, especially when driving in town. 

The interior

The MX-30 is a five-seat crossover-coupe that’s about the same size as the Nissan Qashqai or Mazda’s own CX-30. The rear side doors open backwards and there’s no central ‘pillar’ between the front and back doors but despite its unusual configuration, it works pretty well as a family car. You have to open the front doors before the back doors, but having both open means that access to the back seats is easy and loading the kids is a breeze. Back seat space is tight for taller people, but there’s generous room up front. The boot’s a good size – a buggy and a few shopping bags fit easily. The dashboard is very stylish but it’s also user-friendly and all models come very well equipped with sat nav, climate control and cruise control.      

Running costs

According to official figures, the MX-30 has a battery range of up to 124 miles. That’s less than rivals can manage, but it’s enough for most people’s regular journeys. The MX-30’s relatively small battery also recharges much more quickly than rivals’ bigger batteries. A full recharge from a 7kW home charger takes five hours. A charge from 20-80% from a 50kW public charger can take as little as 36 minutes. Road tax is free and insurance costs low. Safety experts Euro NCAP gave the MX-30 a full five-star rating.

How it compares with similar cars

Other mid-size electric crossovers include the Kia e-Niro and Hyundai Kona Electric. There are better family cars than the MX-30 and its short range won’t work for everyone. But its practicality, great driving experience and stylish good looks hold a lot of appeal.    

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