Mazda designs all their cars with the driver in mind and have expanded their vision with a sustainable initiative. Mazda aims for a quarter of its production to be fully electric by 2030, with the rest of the range being electrified in some form. Furthermore, they wish to be carbon neutral in all areas by 2050. With their new focus on responsibility, safety, and driving pleasure combined, they’ve developed several EV and hybrid models that are made to impress.

Mazda Electric and Hybrid Range


Mazda currently offers both smaller and larger hybrid options. The Mazda2 is a more compact choice and is self-charging. It is therefore, a good fit for anyone who has limited access to charging the battery. Mazda also introduced the Mazda CX-60, their first plug-in hybrid. The Mazda CX-60 can go up to 39 miles in electric mode and has a combined output of 327 horsepower (subject to final homologation). This Mazda SUV offers a new level of advanced technology and sets the standard for the Mazda Plug-in models. Mazda’s hybrid models are all highly focused on safety and come with several protective systems and settings.

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The MX-30 is Mazda’s fully electric option and is eligible for the plug-in vehicle grant. The MX-30 EV has a range of up to 124 miles and can charge from 20-80% in 36 min with rapid charging. This Mazda EV is a great way to lower your emission and expenses without limiting yourself on space or quality.

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Mazda MX-30 Electric
All Electric Mazda MX-30 at Park's Mazda


Each model carries its own advantages, and we would be happy to help you find your perfect fit for your circumstances and lifestyle. Contact Park’s Mazda Ayr or Inverness in Scotland to learn more about the availability and features of each car.

* or 100,000 miles ** Tax year 2021/2022 *** Based on UK average electricity prices, correct as of April 2021. † Range figures are for comparison purposes and may not always reflect real life driving results which depend on a number of factors. These include the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted (post registration), variations in weather, driving styles, vehicle load and use of features such as air conditioning or heated seats. † † 36 minutes charging time is based on an ambient temperature of 20°C. Charging times will vary depending on a variety of factors including the output of the charger being used, ambient temperature and battery state. ^Mazda MX-30 currently qualifies for the Office of Zero Emission Vehicles ("OZEV") Plug-In Vehicle Grant, which offers £1,500 off the purchase price with an OTR of up to £32,000. OZEV reserve the right to alter or withdraw the Plug-In Vehicle Grant at any time. Any changes in the Plug-In Vehicle Grant will be reflected in the overall Mazda MX-30 price. All figures are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Mazda MX-30 GT Sport Tech Auto models do not qualify for the Office of Zero Emission Vehicles ("OZEV") Plug-In Vehicle Grant. Models shown may not be to UK specification. Colours and some exterior and/or interior elements may differ on screen from the actual model.