Mazda MX-30 electric SUV now available on Mazda scrappage scheme
Drivers could save up to £1,000 off the cost of a new Mazda MX-30 electric car under the brand’s latest scrappage incentive scheme.
It’s the first time the MX-30 (see road test here) has been included in the brand’s scrappage scheme offering; the electric SUV starts first UK deliveries next month, initially in First Edition guise but followed by the full range in April, which starts at £25,545 (incl. Plug-in Car Grant).
Customers placing an order for a Mazda MX-30 registered by 31 March 2021 will also receive a free NewMotion wall box charger with standard installation.
Peter Allibon, sales director at Mazda UK, said: “Our first all-electric Mazda heralds an exciting start to Mazda’s second century in business. With its distinctive styling, innovative technology, class-leading interior, driver-focused dynamics and now five-star Euro NCAP safety rating, the MX-30 is a stand out addition to the rapidly evolving EV marketplace. With the First Edition order book now open, those drivers who are looking to swap into an electric vehicle can reserve a model for just £800. The additional £1,000 saving and free NewMotion home charging installation further adds to the excellent value of this limited edition.”
The MX-30 is just one of a number of models available under Mazda’s scrappage scheme, which offers up to £4,000 off new models and runs across the Mazda2, Mazda3 and Mazda6 plus the CX-30, CX-5 and the MX-5. Engine tech on offer includes the carmaker’s innovative Spark Controlled Compression Ignition (SPCCI) Skyactiv-X engine, plus the new Mazda M Hybrid mild hybrid system which is fitted as standard to the Mazda3, Mazda CX-30 and manual Mazda2s.
And despite the lockdown, Mazda dealerships are offering customers remote consultations and a number of contactless services.