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Mazda has an array of hybrid models with the choice of either full hybrid, mild hybrid or plug-in hybrids combined with petrol engines to deliver improved fuel economy and low tailpipe emissions. They are available in different body styles: hatchback, saloon and SUV. 

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Mazda hybrids: current models

The Mazda hybrid range has a model to suit every need. There is a choice of hatchbacks (Mazda 2, 3), a saloon (Mazda 3) and, of course, Mazda’s SUV range (Mazda MX-30, CX-30, CX-60, CX-5.)

Mazda 2 Hybrid

The Mazda 2 Hybrid is a compact hatchback which has a 59kW electric motor combined with a 1.5-litre, three-cyclinder petrol engine and automatic transmission. It continually recharges the battery itself as you drive (when decelerating or braking), so it is ideal if you want electric power without having to plug it in to recharge. It will run purely on the electric power (using no fuel and with zero tailpipe emissions) for short distances, and when more power is required smoothly transitions to using the petrol engine. The combination of petrol engine boosted by the electric motor makes it economical and fun to drive.

Mazda MX-30 R-EV

The Mazda MX-30 R-EV is a PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle) with a battery that can be charged using a plug-in charger or by its own 800cc rotary petrol engine. The car is powered purely by the electric motor - the petrol one is there purely to power a generator to charge the battery. This gives it a claimed range of over 400 miles.

Mazda CX-60 Hybrid

The Mazda CX-60 Hybrid is a PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle) with a 2.5-litre e-Skyactive petrol engine and a 129kW battery-powered motor, paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. The battery is recharged using a plug-in charger and can officially be driven on purely electric power with zero tailpipe emissions for just over 39 miles. The two power sources work together efficiently to achieve 188.3mpg WLTP combined fuel consumption and 33 g/km WLTP weighted combined CO2 emissions. The CX-60 is the biggest SUV from Mazda.

Mazda hybrid cars FAQs

Yes, Mazda has two plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models - the Mazda MX-30 R-EV and the Mazda CX-60.

The MX-30 R-EV is powered 100% by electric with a battery that is either charged by plugging it into a charger, or it has its own 800cc petrol engine that powers a generator to charge the battery.

The CX-60 Hybrid is a conventional PHEV powered by a petrol engine combined with an electric motor. It needs to be plugged-in to charge its battery.
Mazda’s mild hybrid technology, known as Mazda M Hybrid, captures energy wasted during braking and stores it as electricity which is used to assist the engine and power the car’s electrical system. This means the car uses less fuel and therefore produces less tailpipe emissions. It differs from regular hybrids as you cannot drive the car using only electric power. 
Mazda’s Hybrid range currently starts from £18,615 for a Mazda 2 Hybrid to £45,420 for a Mazda CX-60 e-SKYACTIV PHEV.