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MAZDA CX-30 COMPACT CROSSOVER SUV

DEBUTS AT THE GENEVA INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SHOW

Mazda CX-30

Mazda Motor Corporation today made the world premiere of the second model in its new-generation line-up, the Mazda CX-30 compact crossover SUV. As a new core model, the CX-30 will be rolled out to global markets later this year.

The CX-30 is a new compact crossover that combines the bold proportions of an SUV with elegant styling that embodies Mazda’s Kodo design language. The development team hoped to create a car that would enrich customers’ by helping them and their loved ones make new and stimulating discoveries within their daily lives.

Relaxed and user-friendly packaging and a cabin that comfortably seats four adults mean customers can easily enjoy trips to any destination with family and friends. Moreover, the CX-30 was designed to be easy to drive. The increased height over a passenger car provides excellent visibility and makes getting in and out a breeze, while the body size makes it easy to manoeuvre on any road and in any parking space.

Mazda CX-30

Basic performance attributes such as accelerating, turning and braking have been dramatically enhanced. Mazda’s Skyactiv-Vehicle Architecture enables people to make the most of their natural sense of balance and latest Skyactiv engines, including Skyactiv-X, allow responsive control of vehicle speed in any driving situation.

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