The Mazda CX-30 was introduced in 2019 at the Geneva Motor Show and it directly competes with the Jeep Compass and the Nissan Rogue Sport.
To deliver even greater and more effortless driving pleasure, Mazda has introduced Skyactiv-Vehicle Architecture to the new Mazda CX-30, to keep its drivers more engaged in the driving experience.
The gasoline engines of Mazda CX-30 are equipped with Mazda’s new M-Hybrid system, featuring electric drive technology. This mild-hybrid system features an efficient electric motor that assists the engine with a 24V 600kJ lithium-ion battery.
To enhance fuel economy and reduce friction, Mazda’s engineering team has adopted a rubber damper inside the power take-off unit and developed a new control system, that delivers a stable commute in any situation, reducing fuel consumption nearly as much as on a front-wheel-drive vehicle.
Mazda continues its efforts to improve safety performance by equipping the CX-30 with numerous safety technologies, thus emphasizing Mazda’s philosophy that guides all the company’s research and consequently helping to prevent numerous accidents. Some of the numerous features are i-Activsense active safety, which includes a driver monitoring system that observes the driver’s condition and traffic support (CTS), which lowers the driver’s fatigue by assisting with the accelerator pedal.