Mazda has a number of SUVs and the latest is the CX-30 yet its name is confusing. Rob Fraser tells us more.
Mazda’s model naming system has caught up with them in the new, Mazda3-based CX-30. It should be called a CX-3 but there’s already one of those… based on a Mazda 2.
All models get a six speed auto and all the 2-0-litre models are front wheel drive with AWD only available with the larger 2.5.
Advanced driver assist technology is fitted to all models.
Priced from just under $30,000 to about $43,500 plus the usual costs it’s a worth addition to the growing rank’s of medium sized SUVs.
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