Full Mazda MX-30 Range Revealed, Priced From £25,545 In UK

The electric SUV has a 124-mile zero-emission range.

Mazda has finally revealed the full range of models for its new MX-30 electric SUV that’s set to arrive in the UK in March. Priced from £25,545, the new models will join the 500 First Edition models that were confirmed earlier this year.

The new starting price includes the government’s Plug-In Car Grant, offering eligible customers roughly £3,000 off the cost of their car. Nevertheless, the £25,545 entry price pays for the cheapest of three model grades, known as SE-L Lux.

That car comes with LED headlights, a reversing camera and satellite navigation, as well as a fighter jet-style head-up display. There’s radar cruise control, too, allowing the car to maintain a safe distance to the vehicle in front, while 18-inch alloy wheels and black door mirrors mark out the exterior. The cars also come with a Type 2 AC charging cable, allowing them to be charged to 80 percent in 36 minutes from a 50 kW rapid charger.

Further up the range, the £27,545 Sport Lux model promises to be the most popular model, offering power seats, lumbar support adjustment and smart keyless entry. More luxurious still, however, is the GT Sport Tech, which costs £29,845 and teams a light grey cloth interior trim with a power sunroof, as well as a heated steering wheel and 12-speaker Bose surround sound system. Artificial leather upholstery is an optional extra.

But no matter the specification, the MX-30 comes with the same all-electric powertrain. A 35.5 kWh battery pack offers 124 miles of range, while the 143 bhp electric motor permits a 0-62 mph time of 9.7 seconds. The top speed is 87 mph.