Mazda MX-30 Pricing
Estimated pricing for the MX-30 is as follows:
- Sport: $35,000
- Touring: $38,000
- Grand Touring: $41,000
- Signature: $44,000
We’ve based the trims listed above and their pricing on Mazda’s current method. As for which one will be better, well if you look at Mazda’s current lineup, the entry-level model will be more basic while the Signature model will feature higher-end materials. Chances are that all models will have the same battery pack, power output, charging requirements, and useable range.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The MX-30 will have a front-mounted electric motor, and as of now, there are no plans for an AWD model to be offered. Detailed power and performance specs have yet to be released, but you can expect it to offer up somewhere in the neighborhood of 170 horsepower and maybe 240 pound-feet of torque. It won’t be incredibly fast with a top speed in the area of 100 mph, but it’ll probably get to 60 mph in around 7 seconds or so.
Range, Charging, Battery Life
The MX-30 will follow the current trend and offer charging via standard AC power (like the 120- or 240-volt plugs in your home) or via a faster DC charger. Range is still questionable, but we’re predicting the MX-30 will travel between 225 and 250 miles on a single charge to keep it competitive with models like the Chevy Bolt EV, Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Kona Electric.