Mazda announces MX-30 pricing in Canada, qualifying for iZEV rebate

The Mazda MX-30, the Japanese automaker’s first electric vehicle (EV), will hit the roads in British Columbia and Quebec (and California in the US) later this fall.

Pricing for the EV hatchback was announced this morning, and both trim levels of the MX-30 allow it to qualify for the federal iZEV rebate.

The MX-30 EV will feature a base GS trim level, which starts at $42,150 CAD ($33,470 USD), not including a $1,950 charge for freight and PDE.

That is below the $45,000 threshold for Canada’s $5,000 iZEV rebate, bringing the price down to $37,150.

Mazda will also offer a premium trim level in Canada, the MX-30 GT, which carries a starting price of $47,150. Thanks to the price level of the GS, the GT should also qualify for the iZEV rebate, reducing the price to $42,150.

Premium paint options range from $200 for Polymetal Grey Metallic to $900 for Soul Red Crystal Multi-tone.

Polymetal Grey Metallic


Ceramic Metallic


Machine Grey Metallic


Polymetal Grey Multi-Tone


Ceramic Metallic Multi-Tone


Soul Red Crystal Multi-Tone


As an added bonus, buyers of either trim will receive $500 in credit towards charging their MX-30 at any public ChargePoint station. The money can also be put towards the purchase of a home charging solution from ChargePoint.

The MX-30 comes equipped with a small 35.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack providing a range of up to 161km (100 miles) on a full charge.

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