Mazda begins accepting orders for the electric crossover MX-30November 24, 2019
The novelty will go on sale in Europe next spring, the first market will be Germany. For an amount of 1,000 euros, you can already reserve a car from the First Edition starting series there now.
The MX-30 is the first mass-produced electric vehicle by Mazda, its company focuses not only on the European market, but, as expected, it will appear there for the first time. Following Germany, the MX-30 will also receive other countries in Western Europe, but in the second half of 2020.
The electric car is equipped with a 35.5 kWh battery pack, which allows developers to declare a maximum range of 200 km in the WLTP test cycle. The MX-30 is powered by a 105 kW (141 hp) electric motor and 265 Nm of torque.
For the car will be available 4 body colors: white, silver, red and gray.
Features of the starting version of the MX-30 First Edition are in decoration and equipment. Of the features that are noticeable from the outside are moldings on the rear roof pillar, tinted windows in the rear hemisphere, black side mirrors, 18-inch wheels. Inside, the combined lining of fabric and artificial leather is complemented by decorative inserts. The multimedia system has an 8.8-inch multi-function screen.
The MX-30 First Edition will receive heated front seats, front and rear parking sensors, climate control, a chip key, automatic head light, rain sensors and an E-Call emergency communication system.
The i-Activsense active safety systems include a system of automatic braking with detection of pedestrians and cyclists, a system for recognizing road signs, cruise control.
The cost of the Mazda MX-30 First Edition is expected to be 33,990 euros.
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