- Mazda presented the new CX-30 crossover SUV at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show
- In Mazda’s lineup, the brand-new CX-30 will slot in above the subcompact CX-3 and below the compact CX-5.
- A selection of Skyactiv four-cylinder engines will be offered for the CX-30
- The CX-30 is expected to handle the Nissan Rogue Sport (Qashqai), Honda HR-V, Subaru Crosstrek, and Hyundai Kona.
- The CX-30 will go on sale in Europe this summertime.
Mazda unveiled the new CX-30 crossover SUV at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
“We developed the CX-30 to be an important partner in the customer’s every day life,” Mazda CEO Akira Marumoto said in a declaration.
With the arrival of the CX-30, Mazda now has 4 crossovers in its lineup, ranging from the subcompact CX-3 all the way up to the three-row midsize CX-9.
In Mazda’s lineup, the brand-new CX-30 will slot in above its CX-3 and listed below the compact CX-5.
The Hiroshima, Japan-based automaker’s decision to bring another small crossover to market makes a remarkable quantity of sense. According to data compiled by Kelley Blue Book, compact and subcompact crossovers accounted for just less than 22%of the 17.3 million cars sold in the US throughout2018
As an outcome, competition is strong. The CX-30 is anticipated to handle the Nissan Rogue Sport (Qashqai), Honda HR-V, Subaru Crosstrek, and Hyundai Kona.
A choice of four-cylinder engines that feature Mazda’s fuel-saving Skyactiv technology will be offered for the CX-30 In European trim, the CX-30 will be readily available with both a six-speed automatic and a six-speed handbook transmission.
The little crossover will also be available with Mazda’s i-Activ all-wheel-drive system and G-Vectoring Control chassis-management system.
According to Mazda, engineers have likewise worked to enhance cabin noise, a typical problem on older CX-5s, in addition to lowering sound and vibrations from the road.
The CX-30 will go on sale in Europe this summer.