By: Lisa Harper
Keen not to miss out on the growing popularity of the compact SUV, Mazda debuted their latest addition, the Mazda CX-30, at the Geneva Motor Show. Sitting between the Mazda 3 hatchback and the Mazda CX-3 it is sure to appeal to those looking for a sophisticated and stylish crossover.
With its ready for anything stance, the Mazda CX-30 seamlessly evolves to your changing requirements meaning it will transition with you and your family with complete ease. Its compact dimensions ensure that it is totally urban-friendly and a doddle to park in those tight spaces. While the raised ride height is sure to give you a great driving position and view of the road ahead.
Like the majority of new Mazda’s the CX-30 will feature distinctive KODO soul of motion design technology with flowing lines and captivating curves which reflect the light. When combined with Mazda’s next-generation platform architecture you get a refined and elegant compact vehicle.
Ultimate comfort is guaranteed thanks to the spacious and well-equipped interior. While the generous storage on offer means you will be able to simply throw in your gear in and set off on your next adventure.
As to be expected the engine line-up consists of both petrol and diesel options. They come with Mazda’s advanced SkyActiv technology to deliver exhilarating performance and a more dynamic drive than available in other compact crossovers. Plus as the petrol engines will come with Mazda’s M-Hybrid set-up, a mild hybrid system with an electric motor and a 24V 600kw lithium-ion battery to assist the petrol engine, you can expect outstanding fuel economy and low emissions.
The car responds to every command from the slightest turn of the wheel or touch of the accelerator, creating ‘Jinbai Ittai’ the ultimate harmony between car and driver. It will be available with both front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. The four-wheel drive will be transmitted with either a six-speed manual or automatic with ‘g-vectoring control’ to balance torque distribution between front and rear wheels.
With Mazda’s commitment to safety ongoing, there is no doubt the CX-30 will be available with Mazda’s i-Activesense suite of driver aids. This includes adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, automatic forward emergency braking with pedestrian detection and automatic high beam.
If the Mazda CX-30 has caught your eye, then why not get in touch with your local Stoneacre Mazda dealer to register your interest and be the first to know when it hits our showrooms.
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