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Mazda MX-30 Lease Deals

Compact electric SUVs offer a tempting mix of practicality and affordable running costs – but if you want something with an extra dose of individuality, then you should consider the Mazda MX-30. This little SUV is Mazda’s unique take on the segment, utilising recycled materials and a smaller battery pack to enhance its eco-friendly status. It looks great, drives well and has all the tech features you need.
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Mazda MX-30 Top Features

Rear-hinged rear doors.

Eco-friendly design ethos.

Enjoyable to drive.

  • Although it’s marketed as a small SUV or crossover, the Mazda MX-30 is really a raised hatchback in both size and shape. This makes it slightly less spacious in the rear than some alternatives, but the 2 occupants up front will have no problem getting comfortable. The rear seats will happily accommodate 2 adults, although the centre-rear seat is best suited for children. The tiny rear windows can also make some passengers feel a little claustrophobic on longer trips.

    Boot space is adequate, with up to 366 litres available with the rear seats up. This is slightly ahead of the Hyundai Kona Electric, which has 332 litres.

  • This is another department where Mazda hasn’t followed the herd. Where others have used a large and heavy battery pack for maximum range, the MX-30 concentrates on being efficient by using a smaller and lighter pack (35.5kWh). Its lighter weight also lowers the carbon footprint during production. The compromise is that its range is only 124 miles. But this should still be plenty for most commuters – and charging from 20- to 80% at a 50kW public charger takes just 36 minutes.

    If you need additional range, both the Hyundai and the Kia E-Niro are capable of doing more than 280 miles when equipped with their largest battery packs.

    Being electric, the MX-30 is subject to just a 1% benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax compared to more than 32% for a conventional petrol or diesel engine. It’s also eligible for the plug-in vehicle grant scheme (PIVG) and Mazda offers a free wallbox charger, too.

Mazda MX-30 Models Available To Lease

Mazda MX-30 SUV

The Mazda MX-30 is a 5-door, 5-seat small SUV. It’s available solely with an electric drivetrain and front-wheel drive.

Trim Levels To Lease

SE-L Lux Sport Lux First Edition GT Sport TechThe SE-L Lux is offered with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, adaptive cruise control, 8-speaker audio system, satnav, smartphone integration and a head-up display.

The Mazda MX-30 Vs Competitors

Mazda hasn’t followed the ‘more is better’ maxim with the MX-30. Instead, this compact SUV offers just the right amount of power and range for its intended purpose – which is to commute about the city as efficiently as possible. Rivals include the Hyundai Kona Electric and Kia E-Niro. Both are practical and are also available with short- and long-range battery packs.The BMW i3 is a leftfield alternative, offering similar range and the same arrangement of back doors, but less boot space. The Peugeot E-2008 and Vauxhall Mokka-E are both quicker and the Peugeot is more spacious, too. The Mazda MX-30 has a well-specced interior and the easy driving nature will appeal as a town car. Add in the commendable eco-friendly credentials and this little Mazda makes a very strong leasing case for itself.
  • Mazda produces well-built and reliable cars, and the MX-30 should be no different. Every Mazda comes standard with a 3-year/60,000-mile warranty – and the battery pack has an 8-year warranty.

  • The Mazda MX-30 has 366 litres of boot space, which expands to 1171 litres with the rear seats down. This is pretty much in the middle for its sector. If you opt for the upgraded Bose sound system, which takes up more space, these figures drop slightly to 341 and 1146 litres respectively.

  • The base SE-L Lux is so comprehensively equipped that going for one of the other trims is unnecessary. All versions are offered with the same powertrain so the Sport Lux, First Edition (available in limited numbers) and the GT Sport Tech trim add only minor upgrades, such as an improved sound system and a few additional driver aids.

  • Yes, all trims come standard with a reversing camera while upper trims also get a parking aid with a full surround-view camera.

  • Yes. The MX-30 is Mazda’s first fully electric vehicle. There are plans to introduce a range-extending part-petrol version in the future, though.

  • It’s a vehicle that’s fit for purpose. And its eco-friendly design philosophy resonates with the increasingly environmentally conscious consumer.

  • Leasing a Mazda MX-30 is hassle free with Vanarama. Not only are our experts on hand to advise on how to lease a car, but you’ll also get the best price – guaranteed with our Price Promise. There are lots of ways to tailor your deal too. Check out our Mazda car leasing offers today.

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