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Should have received mine yesterday. if it wasnt for an error code thrown by the battery pack.

Battrypack throws a fault code, so i am still without the mx30...
What a way to start with a new car! My trust is diminishing very rapidly.

Error codes before i even got it. Thanks Mazda, for ruining my Enthousiasm!
Also the sluggish communication between mazda an dealer does not help at all!

Regrets are building as we speak.. :(


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Be happy they found the error. Shows they are checking the car over. Also if the battery pack is the issue that part is not made by Mazda :).
 

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I have put 300km on it since almost 3 weeks now.
Am really satisfied ever since delivery.

Gr Mark
 

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Should have received mine yesterday. if it wasnt for an error code thrown by the battery pack.

Battrypack throws a fault code, so i am still without the mx30...
What a way to start with a new car! My trust is diminishing very rapidly.

Error codes before i even got it. Thanks Mazda, for ruining my Enthousiasm!
Also the sluggish communication between mazda an dealer does not help at all!

Regrets are building as we speak.. :(


(this was moved by me, due too faulty subforum)
Dont worry. Drive id3 and MX-30. Your MX-30 is comparatively reliable as a rock. It does through around error messages but in real life the car works well all the same. Dont worry be happy and njoy your buddy from Hiroshima😃👍
 

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Yeah I am nearing 1000km now. And I love it.
No complaints here. It does as advertised.

People around me are impressed. Even the ones driving high end premiums.
I am sure this was the right choice for us
 

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It's feels as an extension of your home.
Smooth but tight, comfy and assisting. It really serves the driver
 

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Yeah I am nearing 1000km now. And I love it.
No complaints here. It does as advertised.

People around me are impressed. Even the ones driving high end premiums.
I am sure this was the right choice for us
I have done about 3000 Km, so far all good. Energy consumption is 17 kw/100 km on highway and 13-14 kw/100 km on secondary roads, but only with careful driving and not using the heating. Driving a sporting style or heating up a lot will quickly raise the consumption.
 

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Oh wow.. you really drive it carefully.
I cruise all out. Seat heating, steering wheel heating. Also my wife does on the passenger side.

I'm averaging around 22kwh per 100km. I have no problems whatsoever.

I charge around 20, 30KW week. In 2 or 3 blocks of 3-4 hours. When I'm at work.
It's more than enough for me.
Even charging at home via the wall socket is pretty okay.
I usually charge it from 20:00 to 00:00 for a significant top-up if needed.

Gr

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