There are now three trim levels on offer. Things kick off with the base 'Prime-Line' variant, which costs £28,500 once the available £1,500 government grant has been subtracted from the initially mildly alarming £30,000 full asking price. Next up is 'Exclusive-Line' spec, (around £30,500 grant-deducted) then the plushest 'Makoto' flagship variant, which costs just over £34,000 and doesn't qualify for the government grant. Standard equipment on all MX-30s includes LED headlights with daytime running lights, a reversing camera, Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Intelligent Speed Assist, navigation and a head-up display.
Even base 'Prime-Line' spec gives you quite a lot, with 18-inch Silver alloy wheels, black door mirrors and a black grille. This base variant is exclusively offered in a single tone paint design with a choice of five colours. Promising to be the biggest seller, the MX-30 'Exclusive-Line' features 18-inch Bright alloy wheels and sees an increase in standard equipment with the addition of power seats, lumber support adjustment and smart keyless entry. There's the option to choose a three-tone paint design too.
The range-topping 'Makoto' version features three interior trim options - a light grey cloth interior trim with Stone artificial leather, or an optional dark grey and brown artificial leather interior, plus a new dark grey interior with black artificial leather. This trim features a dark brown cork console and door grips. High-grade standard equipment on the 'Makoto' MX-30 includes a front wiper de-icer and a power and tilt sunroof, while inside a heated steering wheel and 12-speaker Bose surround sound complement the standard specification.