Mazda is a Japanese automaker that sells affordable cars and crossovers. The company is perhaps best known for the MX-5 Miata, a diminutive roadster that has earned constant praise since its inception in 1989, and embodies its Zoom-zoom motto.
The rotary engine is set to return, but for now, Japan will get the MX-30 as a standard hybrid vehicle.
The program hopes to honor those who have gone above and beyond in 2020.
It's getting the same 2.5-liter turbo-four that's going in the Mazda3.
These cars have the best incentives attached to them and represent the best deals on the market, according to TrueCar data.
Not much else changes for the sedan, but Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are now standard, so that's nice.
And there's optional wireless Apple CarPlay available for the fancier models.
A new standard infotainment screen, more equipment for the volume Touring model. Yeah, more is a good word for the updates.
The turbocharged CX-30 is expected to arrive later this year.