Michael Simari|Car and Driver Mazda announced that it will stop selling the MX-30 electric SUV in the United States after the 2023 model year.

The company says it is instead focusing in plug-in hybrids such as the new CX-90 and upcoming CX-70 .

The MX-30 lives on overseas with an R-EV range-extender variant that recharges the battery with a rotary engine. The Mazda MX-30 has met its demise in the United States after just two model years. Mazda has announced that it will discontinue the MX-30—the company’s first electric vehicle in the American market—after 2023, although […]

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