Mazda MX-30 EV – In this review we take a look at the new plug-in hybrid vehicle from Mazda called the Mazda MX-30 EV. This is a revolutionary vehicle concept which combines fuel efficiency with zero emission operation. This is a great way for drivers who want to combine their current car with a more fuel-efficient plug-in hybrid. These types of vehicles have been on the market for several years and have proven to be very popular among consumers. Consumers are looking for ways to become more energy efficient and save money at the same time.
What You Have to Get From Mazda MX-30 EV
When it comes to the driving experience, nothing sets off this new vehicle concept better than the powerful torque and acceleration. The dynamic styling also builds intrigue, the most engaging driving dynamics bring fun, and the advanced, lightweight electric drive system adds all together to create a strong emotional connection with the driver.
The new MX-30 EV is easy to drive in all weather conditions, thanks to its excellent engineering. It has a driving range that covers a full sixty five miles when used with gasoline only model. The Mazda MX-30 EV can also be used in extreme driving conditions, thanks to its extreme torque and lightweight weight.
This vehicle will be fully equipped with all of the standard features of the gasoline model, including power steering, power door mirrors, push button starting, auto transmission, high torque electric motors, airbags, and dual zone air conditioning. It will also include a wide range of standard safety features, such as automatic seatbelts, side curtain airbags, and front side airbags.
In addition to all of these standard safety features, the Mazda MX-30 EV includes some unique technologies, such as Smart Start, daytime running lights, auto shut off headlights, front and rear side airbags, front and rear seat side airbags, and a front seat passenger airbag. The new vehicle also incorporates Mazda’s New Tricks navigation system.
With the Smart Start technology, drivers are able to start their vehicles from any position, rather than starting from the driver’s seat. With the Smart Start feature, drivers have the ability to use the same controls as the driver’s seating passengers, including volume, tuning, bass, and tuning.
The new MX-30 offers several optional features, depending on the dealer and the model. Customers can choose a Premium Plus package, which includes everything necessary to meet the maximum driving requirements for any driving environment. The Premium Plus package also includes an automatic limited-slip differential, front side airbags, front side curtain airbags, a pre-driver’s workshop kit, and leather trim.
The Mazda MX-30 EV’s standard equipment also includes premium grade floor mats, a passenger side airbag, a leather-trimmed console, an adjustable driver’s seat, and front and rear defrost. Other optional features offered in the Premium Plus package include Mazda’s MySky 3-D satellite radio system, Mazda’s hands-free digital instrument control (yoursostat), Mazda Connect, Mazda Power Train adaptor, and a built-in glovebox. Mazda’s MySky system includes an antenna that can be relocated to a more convenient location, if preferred.
The Mazda MX-30 EV has been redesigned for the better, with a focus on efficiency, fuel economy, durability, reliability, safety, and value. A new eight-speed automatic transmission and diesel engine to reduce the weight and expense of this versatile vehicle. The new powertrain is optimized for city driving and highway mileage while still offering sporty acceleration and overall performance capabilities. The new range extender, called the Independent Variable Rate (IVR) allows the motor to vary its torque and speed without changing engine gearages. This allows the driver to drive the car in any condition and at any speed.
Consumers will enjoy cost savings on the base price, which is nearly two thousand dollars less than the outgoing model year. Along with these savings customers will enjoy free energy and emissions credits as well as an extra year of unlimited mileage.
Consumers will also enjoy a standard six-year / forty-five month/ seventy-three thousand mile warranty on the electric motor, transmission and powertrain. Consumers will pay only one payment for their entire car when they purchase the Mazda MX-30 EV and will have the option to finance the vehicle through Mazda Financial Services.
The new Mazda MX-30 EV includes a number of features, including: Mazda My Tracks, Mazda Pro-Shop Installations, Mazda Garage Door Insulation, Vehicle Compatibility Test, Vehicle Stability Assist and Tire Pressure Monitoring System.
Mazda has not finalized the pricing for the models in the crossover segment yet, but is expecting the MX-30 crossover to be priced in the mid-range. Expect the Mazda MX-30 EV to make its U.S. debut during the spring of 2021. No matter where it goes, it will most likely be welcomed by the mainstream car buyer market that continues to lose ground to the high-end luxury segment.
Not long ago, Mazda announced that it will be offering the first-ever apple parlay version of the Mazda MX-30 EV. Will that version include standard features or will it ditch them in favor of giving consumers more of what they want, such as power-assisted steering and automatic transmission?
No matter what comes out of the new Mazda MX-30 EV line, we expect the new standard features to be fully featured on this new Mazda vehicle. Will you get the standard features or opt for the special options that will be available later on, such as: power-assisted steering, auto gear-changing, Mazda’s My Tracks and others? Only you can decide.