2022 Mazda MX-30 EV is only available through participating dealers in British Columbia and Quebec.
‡‡TSR functionality may not be compatible with all regional road signs in Canada.
‡SMS text functionality is a part of Mazda Connect and is only compatible with certain devices.
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1User interface is subject to change.
2The charging time is based on a battery/ambient temperature of 20 ° C. The actual charging time depends on the various conditions at the time of charging, such as the type of fast charging station, battery status, charging habits and the battery and ambient temperature. In cold conditions, both the battery and the ambient temperature affect the required charging time, which in certain situations can lead to a significant increase in the charging time.
3Combined range estimate based on preliminary testing by Mazda. Once confirmed, the official range rating will be published in the applicable NRCan Fuel Consumption Guide. Full battery charge is required. Actual driving range will vary depending upon driving/charging habits, speed, conditions, weather, temperatures, and battery age.
6Connected vehicle service is available for a 2-year trial period from your vehicle’s in-service date; a paid subscription is required upon expiry of the trial period. Requires MyMazda App (on a compatible smartphone), a working vehicle electrical system (including battery), wireless coverage and GPS satellite signal. Services, connectivity and capabilities vary by conditions as well as geographical and technical restrictions. See mazda.ca for details.
7Estimated based on preliminary testing by Mazda. Once confirmed, the official numbers will be published in the applicable NRCan Fuel Consumption Guide. To help compare vehicles that use electricity, a conversion factor is used by NRCan to convert electrical energy consumption values, expressed in kilowatt hours per 100 kilometres (kWh/100 km), into gasoline litres equivalent per 100 kilometres (Le/100 km). One litre of gasoline contains the energy equivalent to 8.9 kWh of electricity.