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Mazda MX-30: prices, specification and range

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Mazda has confirmed pricing and specifications details for its first fully-electric car, the MX-30 SUV.

The new model is available from £28,545 (OTR) before the OLEV grant is deducted.

The first examples, of which there will be just 500 in the UK, will arrive early next year. They will all be £30,395 First Edition Models.

Three other trim levels are offered: SE-L Lux, Sport Lux and GT Sport Tech.

All versions are equipped with LED headlights, parking sensors, revesing camera, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitor and lane keep assist.

Sport Lux adds leather upholstery, heated front seats and keyless entry.

The GT Sport Tech has a Bose sound system, 360-degree camera system and heated steering wheel.

The MX-30 uses a 35.5kWh battery, which can provide a range of 124 miles. An 80% charge can be obtained in 36 minutes using a 50kW rapid charger.

Despite its compact footprint, Mazda has designed the interior to feel spacious by using a floating centre console and rear suicide doors that reveal a pillar-less opening.

The first CX-30s will be delivered in March 2021, with the rest of the range available thereafter.

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