Mazda MX-30 Charging Cable


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Mazda MX-30 Charging Cable

The Mazda MX-30 is an attractive new all-electric vehicle with a range of 124 miles (Driving style can make this differ). Orders for the new Mazda MX-30 are planned to open from Spring 2020.  All our cables come with a one year manufacturers warranty and free delivery within the UK

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Type Capacity Time to charge Our recommendation
Type 2 – 1-Phase, 16A 3.7 kW 10h15m
Type 2 – 1 Phase, 32A 7.4 kW 5h45m Best Fit
Type 2 – 3-Phase, 32A 22 kW 5h45m
Product Description

How long does it take to charge a Mazda MX-30?

The charging time for a Mazda MX-30 electric vehicle (EV) depends on several factors, including the vehicle’s battery capacity, the charging station’s power output, and the type of charging cable being used.

The MX-30 has a 35.5 kWh battery capacity, which is enough to give it a range of up to around 124 miles (200 km). To fully charge the battery from empty, you will need a charging station with a power output of at least 7.2 kW. With a 7.2 kW charging station, it will take approximately 7 hours to charge the MX-30’s battery from empty to full.

If you are using a charging station with a higher power output, such as a 22 kW DC fast charger, the charging time will be shorter. For example, a 22 kW fast charger will charge the MX-30’s battery to 80% in approximately 30 minutes. However, fast charging will also reduce the overall lifespan of the battery, as it puts more strain on the cells.

Can I charge the Mazda MX-30 using a 3-pin plug?

Yes, you can charge a Mazda MX-30 electric vehicle (EV) using a standard three-pin household outlet. However, charging the MX-30 from a three-pin outlet will take much longer than using a dedicated EV charging station.

The MX-30 comes with a Type 2 AC charging cable, which has a Type 2 plug on one end and a standard household outlet plug on the other end. You can use this cable to charge the MX-30 from a three-pin outlet by plugging the cable into the outlet and connecting it to the MX-30’s charging port.

The charging time will depend on the outlet’s power output, which is typically around 2.3 kW for a standard three-pin outlet. With a 2.3 kW outlet, it will take approximately 20 hours to charge the MX-30’s battery from empty to full.


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Choose a Cable Type:

Type 2 to Type 2 Charging Cable, Type 2 to 3 Pin Charging Cable

Choose a Cable Length:

5M, 10M, 15M, 20M

Choose a Rated Power (Charge Speed):

6amp – 12amp Adjustable (2.3kW), 16amp (3.6kW), 32amp (7.2kW), 32amp – 3 Phase (22kW)


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