THE MAZDA CX-30
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MAZDA CX-30 Mazda M HYBRID GS 2WD E-SKYACTIV G Petrol (122ps)
|Deposit / Trade-in||€9,232.50|
|36 Monthly Payments of||€329.75|
|Total Cost of Credit||€2,492.50|
|Combined Fee's (Acceptance & Completion)||€150|
LIFE WITH CREATIVITY
The All-New Mazda CX-30 is the latest development of the Kodo “Soul of Motion” design. It’s what creates the exclusive desire to get behind the wheel that can only come from a Mazda.
By crafting a new feeling of movement, it achieves styling with both the beauty of a work of art and a forceful sense of power. Inspired by Japanese aesthetics, the All-New Mazda CX-30 arcs with confidence and stability while the play of light and shade combine to generate a sensuously powerful form.
THE CX-30 HOMURA
A PURE BEAUTY INSIDE AND OUT
In Japanese, the word 'Homura' means' fire. A true beauty on wheels, the Mazda CX-30 Homura ready to make an impression anywhere you take it. Its Kodo design is complemented by the black mirror caps and the 18’’ alloy wheels.
From the first moment you step inside, you will experience a sense of luxury thanks to the high-quality materials and the impressive levels of craftsmanship. Features such as the black cloth seats and elegant red stitching along the seating, dashboard, console, door armrest and trim put you in a relaxed state of being.
TAKE A CLOSER LOOK
The new-generation Skyactiv-Vehicle Design attaches human’s characteristic balance ability, so that the car feels like an extension of your body. In addition to the latest Skyactiv diesel and petrol engines, it distributes instinctive control for an exceptional dynamic and responsive drive. While all Skyactiv petrol engines are equipped with Mazda's new Mazda M Hybrid system, with electric drive technology to improve environmental performance and driveability.
5 STAR EURO NCAP RATING
Smart technology combined with human-centered product design to give you more control and keep you safer on the road. The CX-30 enjoys a number of safety and security features including Adjustable Speed Limiter, Blind Spot Monitoring System with Rear Cross Traffic Alert (BSM w/ RCTA), Driver and Front Passenger Airbags; Front, Side and Curtain, Drivers Front Knee Airbag, Emergency Stop Signalling and much more.
James Brodie, Auto Express
MAZDA CX-30 REVIEW
This is the car that could become Mazda’s best-seller in Europe. It’s the new CX-30, a compact crossover that slots into the gap between the CX-3 and the CX-5.
So why isn’t it called the CX-4, you ask? That already exists as a car for the Chinese market and is a different proposition, while this newcomer is looking to build on the momentum established by its hatchback sibling: the recently launched new Mazda 3.
Sizing up at 4,395mm long and 1,795mm wide, the CX-30 slots neatly into the compact crossover class, being just a little bit larger than the Volkswagen T-Roc, fairly similar in size to the Range Rover Evoque, and just a little bit smaller than the Volvo XC40. But there really is no end to the list of rivals this new car faces; the Toyota C-HR, Mercedes GLA, Peugeot 3008 and more line up against it.
On closer inspection it’s certainly more than just a Mazda 3 on stilts. The bodywork is all new and subtly different, with a more practical rear third to go with the rugged-looking black cladding that lines the sills and wheelarches. Other than that, though, this car uses the same platform as the 3 and is being launched with the same engines: a 114bhp 1.8-litre SkyActiv-D diesel and a 120bhp SkyActiv-G 2.0-litre petrol.
Inside, the layout of the dashboard and switchgear is similar to that of the Mazda 3, save for a bit of extra padding on the top of the facia. This is good news; the new 3 wowed us with its level of perceived quality when we first drove it, and it’s the same case here. Materials are strong and high-quality, switches operate satisfyingly and are logically laid out, and the new 8.8-inch infotainment display is sharp and easy to use. Overall, the CX-30 definitely steps on the toes of premium rivals for luxury, and leaves behind its more mainstream rivals.