The all-new 2022 Mazda MX-30 EV debuts in stores this autumn, after considerable anticipation, and will first be offered in California before expanding to other regions. Finally, we have an idea of how much the MX-30 electric crossover will cost and what features it will include. The base price is $34,470, with the Premium Plus package increasing the price to $37,655.

The MX-30 MAZDA, which goes on sale in California in October, is more expensive than you might expect given its small battery pack and short driving range.


Mazda has unveiled the all-new MX-30 EV, the company’s first electric car, which will start at $32,150 in GS trim and be on sale in Quebec and British Columbia in the autumn of 2021. The GT trim level costs $37,150.

The federal government’s electric vehicle incentive, as well as refunds in those provinces, will decrease that price. The Mazda EV MX-30 will include a $500 ChargePoint credit that can be used for public charging or toward the cost of a Level 2 home charging station, as well as a two-year/32,000-kilometer planned maintenance plan.

  • The mazda mx 30 electric price SUV will cost $34,645 in 2022.
  • Mazda claims the vehicle will have a range of 100 miles on a single charge, according to the EPA.
  • In October, the Mazda MX-30 will be available in California.

Mazda’s electric first effort at electric car is a weird compact SUV with RX-8–style doors, and the price has been revealed. The 2022 Mazda MX-30 will go on sale in California in October with a starting price of $34,645. It’ll launch with a 143-hp electric motor driving the front wheels and a small battery pack—we estimate a net capacity of around 32.0 kWh—that Mazda claims will provide a meager 100 miles of EPA-estimated range. Later on, a plug-in hybrid version with a rotary gas engine will be available.

The Mazda MX-30’s specs

When compared to other cheap EVs, the Mazda MX-30’s specifications are a little confusing at the moment. Despite its small battery and low driving range, it costs thousands of dollars more than competing EVs with far longer ranges. For example, the 2022 Chevy Bolt EV begins at $31,995 and has a range that is more than double that of the Mazda—259 miles according to the EPA. The 2022 Nissan Leaf, which just received a price reduction, starts at around $30,000 and has a range of about 149 miles in the base configuration.

The Mazda MX-30 will be available in two trim levels, with the Premium Plus model beginning at $37,655. It has a 360-degree video system as well as a quality audio system. Premium paint colors, which cost between $495 and $995, are another choice.

MX-30 mazda offer

MX 30 Mazda is offering a loaner scheme for MX-30 customers that enables them to borrow a gas-powered Mazda from a dealership for up to 10 days per year for the first three years they own the car to encourage EV ownership—and help make up for the car’s short range. Buyers will also receive a $500 ChargePoint charging credit, which can be used at public charging stations or to construct a home charging station.

Mazda electric car cabin 

Inside, there are cork accents, a “floating” center console, an electronic shifter, a seven-inch touchscreen, and two-tone upholstery with recycled threads (Mazda started off as a bottle cork maker).

Heated seats and steering wheel, auto-dimming mirror, 18-inch wheels, LED lighting, navigation, satellite radio, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto, and driver-assist safety features such as adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, emergency front braking, and automatic high-beam headlamps are all available on the GS trim.

The GT adds a premium radio, sunroof, 360-degree camera, leather-style upholstery, memory driver’s seat, power-folding mirrors, and blind-spot steering assist and front cross-traffic alert, as well as blind-spot steering assist and front cross-traffic alert.

A digital instrument cluster and an infotainment screen can be found inside the cabin. A third screen is located at the bottom of the center stack and is used to control additional vehicle functions. There’s no leather here, and details like the door handle and center console storage space are created from cork leftover from the wine industry, in keeping with the vehicle’s sustainability principles.

The  Mazda MX-30 electric battery

The new e-Skyactiv EV powertrain for the battery-electric MX-30 comprises a 35.5-kWh lithium-ion battery pack and an electric motor at the front axle. The MX-30 EV, which has 143 horsepower and 200 pound-feet of torque, has an EPA-estimated 100-mile driving range on a full charge—a poor amount even by today’s entry-level EV standards.

The battery can charge up to 80% in around 30 minutes when hooked into a Level 3 fast-charging station. For the same amount of power, a Level 2 240-volt charger takes slightly under two hours.

The battery pack is flat and modular, and it is mounted immediately beneath the car floorboard to keep the vehicle’s center of gravity low. A tiny cooling system keeps the battery at the proper temperature for maximum operation.

The new G-Vectoring Control Plus (e-GVC Plus) is a standard feature on all Mazda MX-30 models, helping to control the vehicle load while providing more natural and consistent handling. Because an electric motor may be as quiet as a gentle breeze, Mazda’s new EV provides auditory feedback in time with the motor.