The New 2020 Mazda CX-30

The long awaited Mazda CX-30 arrived at our dealership in January. Mazda recognizes that the CX-30 is the shape and seating position that buyers currently want. Slotting into the Mazda SUV lineup in the narrow space between the subcompact CX-3 and the compact CX-5 is the new Mazda CX-30. Mazda's designers gave it a more severely forward-canted rear window and chunkier black-plastic body cladding to help differentiate the 2020 Mazda CX-30 from its other crossover siblings. The CX-30 comes standard with impressive technology, both in terms of connectivity and driver-assistance features. Equipped with the same perky and responsive engine as the Mazda 3, the CX-30 oozes that enthusiast appeal for which Mazda is famous.

Mazda has chosen tried and true solutions rather than reinventing what doesn't need to be reinvented. That's why there's a real shifter, gauges that look like gauges, and switchgear that's lovely to touch and easy to use. The Mazda CX-30 is available in four trim levels; the CX-30, the CX-30 Select, CX-30 Preferred and CX-30 Premium. The Select comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, and keyless entry. All of the trim levels come with the same 2.5-liter engine and are available with all-wheel drive. Check out our inventory for specific features and pricing. 

The 2020 CX-30 has a handsome, well-crafted interior; it's shared with that of the Mazda 3, which we love. An infotainment display sprouts from the center of the dashboard and is controlled by a rotary knob on the center console; a row of climate-control buttons divide the upper and lower dash panels. Buyers can choose between either an eight- or 12-speaker audio system and can upgrade to available heated front seats. Going with the top-spec Premium trim adds leather upholstery, a power-operated rear liftgate, and other luxury items that put the CX-30 in contention with luxury-brand offerings. With class-leading standard horsepower,2 seating for five and a spacious interior, the CX-30 is designed to fit seamlessly into your busy life. In this small crossover SUV comparison, we’ll highlight how the first-ever CX-30 measures up—and wins against the competition.

The CX-30 comes with a standard 8.8-inch screen and Mazda Connected Services, which allows owners to lock and unlock, remote start, and monitor their vehicle through the MyMazda app. The CX-30 also is equipped with standard Bluetooth, two front USB inputs, and Wi-Fi hotspot capability. Available features include Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration and SiriusXM satellite radio.

All CX-30s are equipped with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 186 horsepower; a six-speed automatic is the only transmission available. If you're a fan of the Mazda 3 hatchback, which we are, you'll find the CX-30 just as nimble, athletic, and fun to drive. Its crisp steering and fluid body movements make it a pleasure to pilot on a twisty road and provide a sense of stability when cruising. The exceptional crossover is ready for where ever your dreams take you. 

There are a number of impressive standard driver-assistance features that come on the all-new vehicle, including adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist with lane-departure warning, and automated emergency braking. Available features include a head-up display and blind-spot monitoring. Key safety features include:
Standard automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection
Standard lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist
Standard adaptive cruise control

 
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