The 7 th generation Mazda CX-30 compact SUV was first revealed at the Geneva International Motor Show in March 2019 and launched internationally in April 2019. Moving forward into 2021, the new CX-30 is now in South Africa. Slotting into the CX range between the CX-3 and CX-5 the new CX-30 consists of three derivatives, Active, Dynamic and Individual all in front-wheel drive and automatic transmission. Powered by a 2.0L SKYACTIV-G engine, which puts out 121 kW of power at 6 000rmp and 213 Nm of torque at 4 000rpm. Every car across the range comes standard with high grade features such as
LED headlamps with auto Levelling, Driver/Passenger Knee side and curtain airbags, Head-Up display, Connect Infotainment system with 8.8-inch display screen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to name a few. Choice of nine exterior colours across the variants with Active and Dynamic versions featuring 16-inch grey metallic alloy wheels, and the Individual featuring 18-inch silver metallic alloys.
A comfortable premium feeling interior boasts elegant components such as the driver centric cockpit, centre console and door panelling which are beautifully crafted. Active and Dynamic features dark grey cloth seat trim with black and navy-blue accents on the dashboard. The Dynamic is available with an optional greige cloth seat trim. The Individual is equipped with black perforated leather seats with black and brown accents on the dash. Awarded “Car of the year” in Thailand and winner of the 2020 Red Dot Design Award, earned five stars and the highest safety rating in the Euro NCAP, won the 2020 Design Trophy in the SUV category in Germany along with being a finalist in the 2020 World Car of the year Award.
The new CX-30 Compact SUV is a superb value proposition offering a meticulously engineered vehicle to the local South African buyer. The Mazda CX-30 comes standard with a 3-year unlimited kilometre service plan, a 3-year factory warranty, a 3-year roadside assistance, and 5-year corrosion warranty.