In the video, Amelia reviews the all-new Mazda CX-30 in the top of the line G25 Astina Trim.
Is there really room for another subcompact SUV? And from the same company that already offers the CX-3 and CX-5? I find it difficult to believe that Mazda doesn’t know what they are doing, but the CX-30 seems destined to bite into the sales of its siblings.
The engine in this Mazda CX-30 is NOT the new SkyActiv-X. It’s a G25, which stands for a 2.5 L SkyActiv-G engine. It produces 139 kW of power and 252 Nm of torque from 4,000 revs. In this trim level, it can be either FWD or AWD. There is another engine on lower trims and that is the G20, which is a 2 L petrol that produces 114 kW and 200 Nm from 4,000 revs.
I’d say there is definitely room for the CX30 and it looks like it’s here to stay. And I feel it will up the standard for other Mazda models.