The Mazda CX-30

Earlier this year, Mazda announced the release of its new CX-30 crossover. Fans got to find out some valuable details about the CX-30 at the Geneva Motor Show. Based loosely off the CX-5 compact car and the CX-3 subcompact, the CX-30 will be part of the 2020 Mazda lineup. It’s affordably priced considering the features that you get. Standard inclusions feature LED taillights, daytime running lights, 16-inch wheels, adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist technology, and lane-departure warning.

There are a variety of different trim levels that incorporate various features into the mix. The Select trim provides you with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. The 8.8-inch Mazda Connect infotainment is a fan favorite and straightforward to use. This screen size is a bit bigger than the base trim level. You also get upgraded 18-inch wheels and rear cross-traffic alert technology.

If you would like even more features, you may want to opt for the Preferred trim level. An astonishing 12-speaker audio sound system from Bose is included, heated seats, SiriusXM radio, leather seating, moon roof, and a heads-up display. All of the different trim levels come with the same engine. You get an efficient 2.5-liter, inline-4 engine that provides 186 horsepower and 186 pound-feet of torque. You have the option to upgrade to all-wheel drive if you would like.

If you would like to find out more about the new Mazda CX-30 model, stop down to Reliable Mazda today. We can give you a rundown of the different trim levels that are featured as part of the CX-30 lineup. We’ll be able to get you behind the wheel for a test drive as well. This is a vehicle that is going to fly off the lot. We can’t wait to show you what all the fuss is about.