Mazda has confirmed the pricing, specification and CO2 emissions for its new CX-30 compact SUV. Based on the Mazda3, the new model is available from £22,895 and is offered with a choice of two 2.0 litre petrol engines and five trim levels.
The cheaper Skyactiv-G has 122PS and Co2 emissions from 116g/km, while the more powerful (and expensive) Skyactiv-X has 180PS but emits from 105g/km. Both units incorporate a 24v mild-hybrid system. Mazda says the Skyactiv-X engine is the perfect solution for private and fleet customers, offering the ideal alternative to diesel in a segment that has seen demand for diesel powered cars dramatically reduce.
The CX-30 Skyactiv-X can achieve a combined mpg of 47.9, while the G manages 45.6. All-wheel-drive is also available on the Skyactiv-X and automatic gearboxes are offered with all configurations.
The CX-30 range comes equipped with a colour head-up display, radar cruise control and LED headlights on all models. The SE-L Lux grade adds the bonus of a reversing camera and power tailagate, plus front parking sensors, keyless entry and heated front seats. The Sport Lux grade comes with larger alloy wheels, privacy glass and gloss black trim pieces.
The GT Sport adds leather trim with electrically adjustable front seats, Bose speakers and a heated steering wheel, while the top spec GT Sport Tech gets 360-degree camera, and a semi-autonomous lane keeping system that is linked to the cruise control.
The Mazda CX-30 can be ordered now, with deliveries commencing in January 2020.
GT Sport Tech
2.0 122ps Auto
2.0 180ps (AWD)
2.0 180ps Auto (AWD)