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Mazda reveals pricing details of its 2022 MX-30 EV

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The MX-30 is ideal for daily commuting with an estimated range of 161 kilometres on a full charge.

2022 Mazda MX-30 EV (CNW Group/Mazda Canada Inc.)

RICHMOND HILL — The 2022 Mazda MX-30 EV is Mazda’s first step toward the brand’s commitment to electrification. Initially launching in participating Quebec and B.C. dealerships this fall, the battery-electric MX-30 has a Kodo exterior design and crafted interior to allow the MX-30 to stand comfortably within the Mazda family.

The MX-30 is ideal for daily commuting with an estimated range of 161 kilometres on a full charge. Designed to meet the needs of most urban residents, MX-30 is equipped with a 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery that helps maintain its driving dynamics and allow for a lower environmental impact.

Mazda has partnered with ChargePoint to give MX-30 owners a $500 charging credit that can be used for public charging or toward the purchase of an in-home ChargePoint Level 2 charger.



MX-30 GS


MX-30 GT



Mazda’s electrification technology, called e-Skyactiv EV, enhances the human-centric approach for driving dynamics and handling of a Mazda vehicle. Powered by a 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery, the front-wheel drive 80.9 kW electric motor will deliver an output of 107 kW (143 horsepower) and a maximum torque of 271 Nm (200 lb-ft). The battery pack is developed with MX-30’s natural driving experience in mind, and is mounted under the floor in a flat, modular arrangement with a thin cooling system to keep the battery operating at the right temperature for optimal performance. This positioning also supports the vehicle’s low center of gravity.

The 35.5 kWh battery can be charged from 20% to 80% within approximately 36 minutes with a Level 3: DC 50 kW fast charger, 2 hours and 50 minutes with a Level 2: AC 240V / 30 amps charger, or 13 hours and 40 minutes with a Level 1: AC 120V / 15 amps charger. When plugged-in, an indicator light will show the charging status. An eight-year, or 160,000-kilometre warranty on the battery is also included to help add peace of mind. The two-year trial subscription to Mazda Connected Services also allows owners to remotely monitor and control the state of the MX-30 through the MyMazda App. This includes remote start / stop charging and checking battery levels, in addition to features such as remotely setting the climate control or locking the doors.


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