There is no denying the Mazda CX-30 is a well-rounded premium compact SUV. In fact, interior build quality surpasses the majority of its mainstream rivals. This, combined with an in-vogue SUV body style and a record high Euro NCAP crash test score for adult occupant protection, could help see the CX-30 become one of Mazda’s best selling models.

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It is not perfect, mind, with rivals such as the Skoda Karoq and Peugeot 3008 promising more in terms of practicality and wider ranges of powertrains. Even so, Mazda’s compact SUV is available with cutting-edge engine technology and is great to drive – the latter quality being something few SUVs and crossovers offer. All things considered, the CX-30 makes a compelling case for itself.

About the Mazda CX-30

Being the first of its kind, Mazda’s CX-30 doesn’t have a long history of competent predecessors to look back on. That said, the Japanese brand’s range of cars isn’t considered to have any bad apples and the CX-30 shares some of the technology already seen in its impressive stablemates. 

There is only one body style available with the CX-30, and that is a five-door SUV shape, although Mazda has altered its trim lineup to now include Prime-Line, Centre-Line, Homura, Exclusive-Line and top-of-the-range Takumi specifications.

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