Mazda is one of the most iconic brands in the automotive industry and is rightfully so, thanks to the ingenuity and sheer engineering excellence that it has managed to exhibit to the entire world since its humble beginnings. A brand predominantly built around customer-centric values; Mazda is diligent in meeting the current consumers’ demand. And as the doors to electric vehicles are opening up and gaining a lot of demand, Mazda has rightfully responded with the Mazda MX-30 compact crossover SUV.
The Mazda MX-30 is all-new for 2022 year and is the brand’s first all-electric vehicle. The 2022 MX-30 will be available in two trims – MX-30 EV and Premium Plus. Curious about the 2022 Mazda MX-30? Contact us today to know more about it.
|AC Synchronous e-SKYACTIV® Electric Motor
||Signature LED Headlights
||Leatherette-trimmed sport seats with Cloth Inserts|
|143 horsepower and 200 pound-feet of torque
||Rain-sensing Variable-Intermittent Windshield Wipers
||Eight-way power driver’s seat with power lumbar support and 2-position memory|
|Rack-and-Pinion Electric Power-Assist Steering (EPAS)
||Front Grille in Gloss Black Finish
||Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ Compatibility|
|Electric G-Vectoring Control Plus (EGVC+)
||Center Item 4Power Sliding glass moonroof with one-touch-open feature and interior sunshade||Eight-Speaker Sound System|
The Mazda MX-30 is powered by an AC Synchronous e-SKYACTIV® Electric motor taking power from a 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery. This powertrain produces 143 horsepower and an impressive 200 pound-feet of torque. The MX-30’s powertrain offers a peppy driving aesthetic while also drastically decreasing your expenditure in the long run. Just to give you an example, the MX-30 has an estimated 98 MPG in the city, 85 MPH on the highway, and 92 MPG combined. Talking about charging the battery, it is split into three levels – Level 1 (120V AC) that will take 13-14 hours to charge, Level 2 (240V AC) that will take 2-3 hours to charge, and a Level3 (DC Fast Charge) that will take 30-40 minutes to charge completely.
In the interior and features department, the MX-30 is surprisingly spacious considering its compact crossover build and style. Both the trims come with Leatherette-trimmed sport seats with cloth inserts, heated front seats, and adjustable headrests in all seating positions, to name some of them. The MX-30 comes with an 8.8-inch center display, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, two USB audio inputs, Bluetooth connectivity, HD Radio, Pandora internet radio integration, an infotainment system voice command, to name some of them. Opting for the Premium Plus will add features like Mazda Connected Services, Mazda Navigation System, Bose® 12-speaker premium audio system with Centerpoint®2 along with AudioPilot®, heated steering wheel, and SiriusXM® Satellite Radio with a three-month trial subscription.
Both the trims of the MX-30 come with a wide array of safety features like Lane Departure Warning System, Lane-keep Assist, Blind Spot Monitor, High Beam Control, Whiplash-reducing front seat headrests, Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), and Blind Spot Monitoring system, to name some of the many features offered.