2021 Mazda MX-30 Electric price and specs

Mazda's first electric vehicle is coming here in August 2021 in just one, highly-specified trim, priced at $65,490 before on-road costs.

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Mazda’s first electric vehicle has been priced for Australia.

The MX-30 Electric will be available in one trim level, priced at $65,490 before on-road costs.

You can pre-order one from today, May 5, 2021, with deliveries beginning in August 2021.

There’ll be an initial release of just 100 models, and the MX-30 Electric will be sold in 100 dealers nationwide.

Mazda is also offering the MX-30 Electric with its Mazda Assure guaranteed future value program through Mazda Finance.

Offered over a four-year loan term, this program gives consumers lower monthly repayments and gives them the option of trading-in, keeping or returning their MX-30 once the loan term ends.

This is subject to the MX-30 not exceeding an agreed mileage or having unreasonable wear and tear.

Mazda is also offering a fixed-rate loan option with a seven-year term, where consumers can opt to trade in or keep the vehicle at the end of the term.

Pricing

  • 2021 Mazda MX-30 E35 Astina: $65,490

Price excludes on-road costs.

Premium paint is a $495 option, while Mazda is also offering two three-tone exterior options.

Soul Red Crystal Metallic or Ceramic Metallic paint finishes are available with grey pillars and a black roof, while Polymetal Grey is matched with silver pillars and a black roof.

These finishes cost $1490 except for Ceramic Metallic, which is $995.

If you’re looking for a more accurate idea of price, head over to the Mazda MX-30 website. You’ll also be able to compare the differences between each of the variants.

Engine

The 2021 Mazda MX-30 Electric uses a 35.5-kWh lithium-ion battery pack and a single electric motor producing 107kW of power and 271Nm of torque.

Power is sent to the front wheels via a single-speed reduction gear transmission. Paddle shifters mounted on the steering wheel adjust the level of regenerative braking.

The motor, inverter, DC-DC converter and junction box are integrated into a single high-voltage unit mounted towards the front of the vehicle while the battery pack is situated beneath the floor.

Full engine and drive train specifications can be found on the Mazda MX-30 specs page.

Economy

The 2021 Mazda MX-30 Electric’s claimed electric range is 200km under the stricter WLTP standard.

Dimensions

The 2021 Mazda MX-30 measures 4395mm long, 1795mm wide and 1545mm tall, with a 2655mm wheelbase.

Boot space is 311L with the rear seats in place.

You can find detailed exterior and interior dimensions via the Mazda MX-30 specifications page.

Servicing and Warranty

The MX-30 is backed by Mazda’s five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty, with an eight-year warranty for the lithium-ion battery pack.

Mazda offers five years of servicing capped at $1273.79, or $668.21 less than the mild-hybrid MX-30.

Safety

The 2021 Mazda MX-30 has a five-star ANCAP rating based on testing carried out by Euro NCAP in 2020.

It scored 91 per cent for adult occupant protection, 87 per cent for child occupant protection, 68 per cent for vulnerable road user protection, and 74 per cent for safety assist.

Atop 10 airbags, the MX-30 features the following safety equipment:

  • Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection and junction assist
  • Rear cross-traffic assist
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Lane-keeping assist
  • Adaptive cruise control with stop/go
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Front cross-traffic alert
  • Adaptive LED headlights
  • Surround-view camera

There’s further information on all the safety features on offer within the official Mazda MX-30 website and within the brochure.

Standard Equipment

The MX-30 E35 Astina comes standard with the following equipment:

  • 8.8-inch infotainment screen
  • 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster
  • Wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Satellite navigation
  • 12-speaker Bose sound system
  • Auto-folding mirrors
  • Rain-sensing wipers
  • Dual-zone climate control
  • Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
  • Electric park brake with auto-hold
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Paddle shifters
  • Keyless entry and start
  • Auto-dimming driver’s exterior mirror with memory
  • 10-way power driver’s seat
  • Illuminated vanity mirrors
  • Bright-finish 18-inch wheels
  • Heated front seats
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Sunroof

Mazda have a configurator tool on the official website you can use to build one of these to your own specifications.

To see all the various options and inclusions across the Mazda MX-30 variants, download the official brochure. You can also find a list of original accessories on offer here.

For further details on the MX-30 range, check out our 2021 Mazda MX-30 price and specs article.

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