Mazda Mazda Cx 30 Hatchback 2.0 e-Skyactiv G MHEV SE-L Lux 5dr

Power assisted steering
Trip computer
Reversing camera
Engine start/stop button
Service indicator
Front and rear parking sensors
Emergency stop signalling system
Traffic sign recognition
Blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert
Intelligent speed assist
Apple car play/Android Auto
Driver attention alert system
E-call with GPS
Integrated bluetooth
Lane keep assist system (LAS) with Lane departure warning system (LDWS)
8.8" Colour centre touch screen display with Mazda Connect infotainment
Adaptive cruise control (Mazda radar cruise control)
7" TFT Colour driver instrument panel display
Window projected colour active driving display (head up display) with traffic sign recognition
Multimedia Commander including separate volume dial
Integrated Mazda navigation system
Mazda connected services
i-stop
Cylinder Deactivation
2 USB charging ports
Steering wheel mounted audio/bluetooth controls
AM / FM / DAB radio with 8 speakers
2 USB charging ports in front inner central armrest
Rear wiper
Automatic dimming rear view mirror
Auto dimming driver's door mirror
Auto headlight levelling
Dual chrome exhaust
Coming/leaving home lighting function
Rear fog lights
LED rear combination lights
LED rear combination lights with LED rear turn lights
Dusk sensing headlights
Gloss black rear roof spoiler
Rain sensing front wipers with adjustable speed and intermittent wipe
Electric front/rear windows with one touch auto up/down
Body coloured, electrically adjustable, heated auto power folding door mirrors with integrated indicators
Piano black rear roof spoiler
Front grille in material black finish
B-pillar and C-pillar garnishes in material black finish
LED headlights with halogen daytime running lights and high beam control
Front kodo turn signal
Satin black front grille
B-pillar and C-pillar garnishes in satin black finish
Chrome finish signature wing in front grille
Front and rear door pockets
Roof mounted sunglasses holder
Leather wrapped gear shift knob
Front armrest
Glovebox illumination
Gear shift indicator
LED luggage compartment lighting
Driver seat manual slide, recline and height adjust
ISOFIX child seat anchorage points attached on outer rear seats
Luggage compartment light
Electrical power outlet
Driver, Front passenger and two rear grab handles with coathooks
Front passengers seat manual slide, recline and height adjustment
12V power outlet in centre console
Folding rear centre armrest with two cup holders
60/40 split fold down rear seats
Front passenger seatback pockets
Dual zone climate control air conditioning with rear air vents
Cloth upholstery with interior accents
Leather wrapped steering wheel with telescopic and tilt adjustment
Front and rear (x3) head restraints
Heated front seats with 3 stage setting
Front centre storage with two cupholders
Front and rear LED lighting
Cloth door panel inserts
Dashboard, door cards and front centre armrest in navy blue cloth
Driver and front passenger visors with covered vanity mirror and driver ticket holder
Rear passenger seat map pockets
Dashboard, door cards and front centre armrest in black cloth
Light roof headlining and pillars
Driver, front passenger and two rear door storage
Driver seat manual slide, recline, height and seat tilt adjust
Front side airbags
DSC - Dynamic Stability Control
Front and rear curtain airbags
Driver/Front Passenger airbags
Drivers knee airbag
Hill launch assist
Front passenger airbag cut-off switch
Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
G-Vectoring control plus
Electronic parking brake with auto disengage function and auto hold function
Front smart city brake support
Mild Hybrid system with regenerative braking
Traction control system (TCS)
Seatbelt reminder for driver/front passenger and rear seats
3 point ELR front seat belts x2 with pretensioners
3 point ELR rear seat belts
Front dual stage driver and single stage front passenger airbags
Smart keyless entry
Thatcham accredited alarm and immobiliser
Remote central locking with deadlocking and automatic door lock when driving
Dark cloth door panel inserts
16" Grey alloy wheels
16" Grey metallic alloy wheels
Emergency tyre repair kit
CO2 134
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1998
Compression Ratio 2040
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 550
Gears 6
Transmission Manual
Combined 47.90
Urban 0.00
Extra Urban 0.00
Badge Engine CC 1998
Badge Power 122.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 10.26
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 10.60
Engine BHP 122.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1377
Engine Torque 213.00
Top Speed 116
Front Tyres 215/65 R16
Rear Tyres 215/65 R16
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 1540
Length 4395
Wheel Base 2655
Width 1795
Fuel Tank Size 51.00
Weight 1927
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1377
Towing Weight Unbraked 0
Number Of Seats 5

Ten Second Review

Mazda's third compact SUV is this car, the CX-30. It borrows its engineering from the Mazda3 hatch, but clothes it with the trendier SUV body styling that family buyers now increasingly want. Consider it carefully if you're not fussed about having a premium badge, like the idea of eye-catching looks and cutting-edge engineering and find yourself interested in trendy segment contenders like Toyota's C-HR and Ford's Puma.

Background

Really, this car ought to be called the 'CX-4'. It does, after all, sit between the CX-3 and the CX-5 in Mazda's SUV line-up. Unfortunately for European zone continuity though, the 'CX-4' badge already exists in the Chinese market, where it's applied to quite a different car, so the model we're going to look at here has adopted a 'CX-30' moniker. Glad we got that cleared up. Basically what we've got here is a Crossover version of the Mazda3 family hatch - no bad thing; that's the sort of product the market wants. It features the second chapter of the brand's 'KODO' design language and a clever Skyactiv-X petrol engine we really liked when we tried it in the Mazda3. Sounds promising.

Driving Experience

Mazda is offering a choice of two engines to CX-30 buyers, both petrol-powered and both borrowed from the Mazda3 hatch. The base unit is a 122PS 2.0-litre Skyactiv-G petrol powerplant (a mild hybrid). We'd suggest though, that you try and stretch to the alternative engine, the brand's more advanced Skyactiv-X Spark Controlled Compression Ignition engine, a 180PS supercharged unit which runs on petrol but uses a combination of spark ignition and compression ignition to deliver, Mazda claims, the driver appeal of a petrol unit along with the fuel efficiency and torque of a diesel. This Skyactiv-X powerplant is able to switch from compression ignition, which best suits day-to-day driving, to a form of spark ignition, generally when the engine is started from cold or the driver demands maximum power at high revs. The 'X' engine comes paired with front wheel drive or four wheel drive and either way, there's the choice of manual or automatic transmission. Mazda isn't bothering to offer the diesel powerplant that's available on this car in other markets. The drive dynamics aren't very different from those of the Mazda3 hatch, which means that they're very good indeed. It also means that this car gets the slickest-shifting manual gearbox you can have in the compact SUV segment.

Design and Build

Mazda reckons that the CX-30 combining the bold stance of an SUV with the sleek profile of a coupe, styling that's supposed to be a sophisticated evolution of the brand's KODO design philosophy. Looks are certainly one reason why you might want to consider this car. The other reason you might want to consider this model would be if you liked the Mazda3 hatch but found it lacking in terms of rear seat space and luggage room. The CX-30 certainly does better than its showroom sibling in these two regards, though legroom in the back still isn't what you'd call generous. Headspace in the rear is quite good, but the D-pillar is substantial, which darkens the interior rear half of the car quite a lot. The 430-litre boot is a big improvement on the limited trunk you get in the Mazda3, a substantial 135-litres bigger. Mind you, it's still quite a bit smaller than the space you'd get in something like a comparably-priced BMW X1. As in the Mazda3, the front-of-cabin experience is impressive, with a digital instrument cluster display and a big, clear 8.8-inch screen on top of the dash nicely angled towards the driver. And there's a lower rotary controller for it so you don't have to stab away at inexact touchscreen functionality in the kind of way that's necessary with many rival set-ups.

Market and Model

CX-30 prices sit in the £23,000-£33,000 bracket, spread across five trim levels, 'SE-L', 'SE-L Lux', 'Sport Lux', 'GT Sport' and 'GT Sport Tech'. Every version features a colour windscreen projecting head-up display, radar cruise control and LED headlights. With a choice of eight exterior colours, 'SE-L' and 'SE-L Lux' cars feature 16-inch grey metallic wheels, while from 'Sport Lux' onwards, 18-inch wheels are standard: silver metallic on Skyactiv-G and bright silver metallic on Skyactiv-X models. Inside, premium dark grey cloth with navy blue accents is standard, as is a 7-inch TFT instrument display. So is an 8.8-inch central infotainment screen incorporating Navigation, an 8-speaker DAB audio system and 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring. There's also radar cruise control, Smart Brake Support autonomous braking and Intelligent Speed Assist, which can adapt your velocity according to posted speed limits. 'GT Sport' and 'GT Sport Tech' models feature black leather with rich brown accents or (for £200 more), stone-coloured leather. The plushest models get niceties like a 12-speaker Bose surround system. And a 360-degree View Monitor camera system.

Cost of Ownership

Let's get to the figures. The base petrol Skyactiv-G engine manages 45.6mpg on the WLTP combined cycle and 116g/km of CO2. Or 42.8mpg and 126g/km as an auto. We'd recommend you try and stretch to the more powerful but, conversely, more economic Skyactiv-X petrol unit, which improves that showing to 47.9mpg and 105g/km as a manual or 43.5mpg and 118g/km as an auto. This same Skyactiv-X petrol engine also comes with AWD. In this guise, it manages 43.5mpg and 111g/km as a manual or 40.4mpg and 128g/km as an auto. We should also mention the warranty, the usual unremarkable three year / 60,000 mile package. If you want to extend that, you can do so via optional 'Essential', 'Elite' and 'Complete' plans. Included in the standard package is a three year paintwork warranty and 12 years of anti-perforation cover. In addition, there's a 'Mazda Accident Aftercare' scheme which sees the company liaise with your insurer after an accident, making sure that you have access to a courtesy car if you need one and ensuring that all repairs are carried out to full Mazda standards.

Summary

The CX-30 makes a reasonable case for itself in an increasingly crowded segment. It lacks a premium badge on the bonnet of course, but then it also lacks the kind of inflated prices you'd pay from premium brand contenders in this market space. Plus under the bonnet of a Skyactiv-X variant, there's arguably the cleverest petrol engine you can have in the compact SUV segment, delivering an enticing combination of very sprightly performance and diesel-like economy. Yes, there are more practical choices in this market segment. And arguably, there are also more fashionably-styled ones. But our overall impression of the CX-30 is of a very complete and thoughtfully-positioned package. Add it to your lengthening shopping list if you're in search of a car of this kind.

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Power assisted steering
Trip computer
Reversing camera
Engine start/stop button
Service indicator
Front and rear parking sensors
Emergency stop signalling system
Traffic sign recognition
Blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert
Intelligent speed assist
Apple car play/Android Auto
Driver attention alert system
E-call with GPS
Integrated bluetooth
Lane keep assist system (LAS) with Lane departure warning system (LDWS)
8.8" Colour centre touch screen display with Mazda Connect infotainment
Adaptive cruise control (Mazda radar cruise control)
7" TFT Colour driver instrument panel display
Window projected colour active driving display (head up display) with traffic sign recognition
Multimedia Commander including separate volume dial
Integrated Mazda navigation system
Mazda connected services
i-stop
Cylinder Deactivation
2 USB charging ports
Steering wheel mounted audio/bluetooth controls
AM / FM / DAB radio with 8 speakers
2 USB charging ports in front inner central armrest
Rear wiper
Automatic dimming rear view mirror
Auto dimming driver's door mirror
Auto headlight levelling
Dual chrome exhaust
Coming/leaving home lighting function
Rear fog lights
LED rear combination lights
LED rear combination lights with LED rear turn lights
Dusk sensing headlights
Gloss black rear roof spoiler
Rain sensing front wipers with adjustable speed and intermittent wipe
Electric front/rear windows with one touch auto up/down
Body coloured, electrically adjustable, heated auto power folding door mirrors with integrated indicators
Piano black rear roof spoiler
Front grille in material black finish
B-pillar and C-pillar garnishes in material black finish
LED headlights with halogen daytime running lights and high beam control
Front kodo turn signal
Satin black front grille
B-pillar and C-pillar garnishes in satin black finish
Chrome finish signature wing in front grille
Front and rear door pockets
Roof mounted sunglasses holder
Leather wrapped gear shift knob
Front armrest
Glovebox illumination
Gear shift indicator
LED luggage compartment lighting
Driver seat manual slide, recline and height adjust
ISOFIX child seat anchorage points attached on outer rear seats
Luggage compartment light
Electrical power outlet
Driver, Front passenger and two rear grab handles with coathooks
Front passengers seat manual slide, recline and height adjustment
12V power outlet in centre console
Folding rear centre armrest with two cup holders
60/40 split fold down rear seats
Front passenger seatback pockets
Dual zone climate control air conditioning with rear air vents
Cloth upholstery with interior accents
Leather wrapped steering wheel with telescopic and tilt adjustment
Front and rear (x3) head restraints
Heated front seats with 3 stage setting
Front centre storage with two cupholders
Front and rear LED lighting
Cloth door panel inserts
Dashboard, door cards and front centre armrest in navy blue cloth
Driver and front passenger visors with covered vanity mirror and driver ticket holder
Rear passenger seat map pockets
Dashboard, door cards and front centre armrest in black cloth
Light roof headlining and pillars
Driver, front passenger and two rear door storage
Driver seat manual slide, recline, height and seat tilt adjust
Front side airbags
DSC - Dynamic Stability Control
Front and rear curtain airbags
Driver/Front Passenger airbags
Drivers knee airbag
Hill launch assist
Front passenger airbag cut-off switch
Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
G-Vectoring control plus
Electronic parking brake with auto disengage function and auto hold function
Front smart city brake support
Mild Hybrid system with regenerative braking
Traction control system (TCS)
Seatbelt reminder for driver/front passenger and rear seats
3 point ELR front seat belts x2 with pretensioners
3 point ELR rear seat belts
Front dual stage driver and single stage front passenger airbags
Smart keyless entry
Thatcham accredited alarm and immobiliser
Remote central locking with deadlocking and automatic door lock when driving
Dark cloth door panel inserts
16" Grey alloy wheels
16" Grey metallic alloy wheels
Emergency tyre repair kit
CO2 134
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1998
Compression Ratio 2040
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 550
Gears 6
Transmission Manual
Combined 47.90
Urban 0.00
Extra Urban 0.00
Badge Engine CC 1998
Badge Power 122.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 10.26
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 10.60
Engine BHP 122.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1377
Engine Torque 213.00
Top Speed 116
Front Tyres 215/65 R16
Rear Tyres 215/65 R16
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 1540
Length 4395
Wheel Base 2655
Width 1795
Fuel Tank Size 51.00
Weight 1927
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1377
Towing Weight Unbraked 0
Number Of Seats 5

Ten Second Review

Mazda's third compact SUV is this car, the CX-30. It borrows its engineering from the Mazda3 hatch, but clothes it with the trendier SUV body styling that family buyers now increasingly want. Consider it carefully if you're not fussed about having a premium badge, like the idea of eye-catching looks and cutting-edge engineering and find yourself interested in trendy segment contenders like Toyota's C-HR and Ford's Puma.

Background

Really, this car ought to be called the 'CX-4'. It does, after all, sit between the CX-3 and the CX-5 in Mazda's SUV line-up. Unfortunately for European zone continuity though, the 'CX-4' badge already exists in the Chinese market, where it's applied to quite a different car, so the model we're going to look at here has adopted a 'CX-30' moniker. Glad we got that cleared up. Basically what we've got here is a Crossover version of the Mazda3 family hatch - no bad thing; that's the sort of product the market wants. It features the second chapter of the brand's 'KODO' design language and a clever Skyactiv-X petrol engine we really liked when we tried it in the Mazda3. Sounds promising.

Driving Experience

Mazda is offering a choice of two engines to CX-30 buyers, both petrol-powered and both borrowed from the Mazda3 hatch. The base unit is a 122PS 2.0-litre Skyactiv-G petrol powerplant (a mild hybrid). We'd suggest though, that you try and stretch to the alternative engine, the brand's more advanced Skyactiv-X Spark Controlled Compression Ignition engine, a 180PS supercharged unit which runs on petrol but uses a combination of spark ignition and compression ignition to deliver, Mazda claims, the driver appeal of a petrol unit along with the fuel efficiency and torque of a diesel. This Skyactiv-X powerplant is able to switch from compression ignition, which best suits day-to-day driving, to a form of spark ignition, generally when the engine is started from cold or the driver demands maximum power at high revs. The 'X' engine comes paired with front wheel drive or four wheel drive and either way, there's the choice of manual or automatic transmission. Mazda isn't bothering to offer the diesel powerplant that's available on this car in other markets. The drive dynamics aren't very different from those of the Mazda3 hatch, which means that they're very good indeed. It also means that this car gets the slickest-shifting manual gearbox you can have in the compact SUV segment.

Design and Build

Mazda reckons that the CX-30 combining the bold stance of an SUV with the sleek profile of a coupe, styling that's supposed to be a sophisticated evolution of the brand's KODO design philosophy. Looks are certainly one reason why you might want to consider this car. The other reason you might want to consider this model would be if you liked the Mazda3 hatch but found it lacking in terms of rear seat space and luggage room. The CX-30 certainly does better than its showroom sibling in these two regards, though legroom in the back still isn't what you'd call generous. Headspace in the rear is quite good, but the D-pillar is substantial, which darkens the interior rear half of the car quite a lot. The 430-litre boot is a big improvement on the limited trunk you get in the Mazda3, a substantial 135-litres bigger. Mind you, it's still quite a bit smaller than the space you'd get in something like a comparably-priced BMW X1. As in the Mazda3, the front-of-cabin experience is impressive, with a digital instrument cluster display and a big, clear 8.8-inch screen on top of the dash nicely angled towards the driver. And there's a lower rotary controller for it so you don't have to stab away at inexact touchscreen functionality in the kind of way that's necessary with many rival set-ups.

Market and Model

CX-30 prices sit in the £23,000-£33,000 bracket, spread across five trim levels, 'SE-L', 'SE-L Lux', 'Sport Lux', 'GT Sport' and 'GT Sport Tech'. Every version features a colour windscreen projecting head-up display, radar cruise control and LED headlights. With a choice of eight exterior colours, 'SE-L' and 'SE-L Lux' cars feature 16-inch grey metallic wheels, while from 'Sport Lux' onwards, 18-inch wheels are standard: silver metallic on Skyactiv-G and bright silver metallic on Skyactiv-X models. Inside, premium dark grey cloth with navy blue accents is standard, as is a 7-inch TFT instrument display. So is an 8.8-inch central infotainment screen incorporating Navigation, an 8-speaker DAB audio system and 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring. There's also radar cruise control, Smart Brake Support autonomous braking and Intelligent Speed Assist, which can adapt your velocity according to posted speed limits. 'GT Sport' and 'GT Sport Tech' models feature black leather with rich brown accents or (for £200 more), stone-coloured leather. The plushest models get niceties like a 12-speaker Bose surround system. And a 360-degree View Monitor camera system.

Cost of Ownership

Let's get to the figures. The base petrol Skyactiv-G engine manages 45.6mpg on the WLTP combined cycle and 116g/km of CO2. Or 42.8mpg and 126g/km as an auto. We'd recommend you try and stretch to the more powerful but, conversely, more economic Skyactiv-X petrol unit, which improves that showing to 47.9mpg and 105g/km as a manual or 43.5mpg and 118g/km as an auto. This same Skyactiv-X petrol engine also comes with AWD. In this guise, it manages 43.5mpg and 111g/km as a manual or 40.4mpg and 128g/km as an auto. We should also mention the warranty, the usual unremarkable three year / 60,000 mile package. If you want to extend that, you can do so via optional 'Essential', 'Elite' and 'Complete' plans. Included in the standard package is a three year paintwork warranty and 12 years of anti-perforation cover. In addition, there's a 'Mazda Accident Aftercare' scheme which sees the company liaise with your insurer after an accident, making sure that you have access to a courtesy car if you need one and ensuring that all repairs are carried out to full Mazda standards.

Summary

The CX-30 makes a reasonable case for itself in an increasingly crowded segment. It lacks a premium badge on the bonnet of course, but then it also lacks the kind of inflated prices you'd pay from premium brand contenders in this market space. Plus under the bonnet of a Skyactiv-X variant, there's arguably the cleverest petrol engine you can have in the compact SUV segment, delivering an enticing combination of very sprightly performance and diesel-like economy. Yes, there are more practical choices in this market segment. And arguably, there are also more fashionably-styled ones. But our overall impression of the CX-30 is of a very complete and thoughtfully-positioned package. Add it to your lengthening shopping list if you're in search of a car of this kind.

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