Mazda CX-30 hits the stands at the Geneva Motor Show
So manufacturers are getting super niche with their crossovers lately, right?
They're splitting models by mere inches, no, by mere millimeters and now Mazda is getting into the game with the new CX30 here at the Geneva Motor Show.
This is slated to slot in between the CX3 and the CX5.
So why is it called the CX 30?
I know right.
Well Mazda kind of surprised us all with new naming language.
So we're gonna have to wait to see where that goes.
Regardless when compared to the CX 3 the 30 is about the same height, but it's a little bit wider and a little bit longer overall.
Although the wheel base is actually closer to the CX 5 than it is to the CX 3. Plus you've got a whole bunch of cladding on the CS30 that's not present in either one of those other crossovers.
We don't have any word on what engines are going to come to America but here in Europe they'll get a two liter gas engine as well as a one point eight diesel engine and those can be made into either a six speed automatic or manual transmission So, yeah, a diesel and a manual?
Come on, we're not getting that in America.
Techwise we're looking at a 8.8 inch screen that is mounted to the dash running Mazda's infotainment system.
And there's even a traffic jam assist that can control your brake, throttle and steering for those low speed, high stress situations.
We've got no word on when the Mazda CX-30 will make it to America, or how much it will cost.
But this we do know.
Road Show has always loved Mazdas for making fun to drive cars at a really good price point, and this one should not disappoint.