This is the Mazda MX-30 and it’s a bit of a peculiar car. On the surface, it looks like an all-electric SUV to rival the likes of the Citroen e-C4 and Peugeot e2008. But it’s probably best to think of it more as a Honda e rival.
It only has a range of up to 124 miles on a single charge, which is pretty small compared to most of its major rivals. There is, however, a reason for it. Mazda says it doesn’t need a bigger range as the average European driver’s daily commute is just over 30 miles and the smaller battery is better for the environment. It makes it better to drive, too.
At just over £25,000 it’s pretty cheap, but is the MX-30 really worth it? Or is it just another glammed up EV with a sub-par range? Let’s find out!