Mazda MX-30: A Brief Review
The Mazda MX-30 is a pleasurable electric vehicle. It has a sleek, eco-friendly interior and a fascinating exterior design. You will find this model with new tech, and exciting features. Furthermore, you will enjoy a lot more fun driving compared to many of its competitors. It’s a small, slow, and somewhat pricey EV with a range of only 114 miles. Here we are presenting a brief review of this model.
Performance of the car
Except for one flaw, the ride quality is where Mazdas excel, and the MX-30 is no exception. Despite an electric powertrain’s inherent torque advantage, the MX-30 is no faster than a compact economy car. It took our test MX-30 9 seconds to speed up from 0 to 60 mph. The MX-30 doesn’t feel as slow as the numbers suggest, but there’s no denying that it’s one of the slowest vehicles in its class. In comparison, the Kona General motors accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 6.6 seconds.
The comfort of the car
When it comes to functionality, the MX-30 does not disappoint for a small car. The front seats are well-balanced in terms of support and comfort, and the cloth cushion is both aesthetically pleasing and breathable. The rear seat cushions are also good, even if the rear headrests are a little upright, and all armrests have enough padding. The MX-30 is also one of the fairly quiet cars in the class, with most wind, road, and ambient noise kept out of the cabin in most circumstances. The MX-30 falls short in terms of ride comfort and climate control.
Save some cash and stick with the Basic model because the MX-30’s short scope makes it less appealing as the price rises. This trim level is also rather well-furnished in terms of safety and comfort features. So, you don’t need to upgrade this model.