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The official pricing for the CX-30 has come out for Australia here's how it breaks down.

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  • G20 Pure - $29,990
  • G20 Evolve - $31,490
    • Vision Technology package for above models - $1500
  • G20 Touring - $34,990
  • G25 Touring - $36,490
  • G25 Touring AWD - $38,490
    • Vision Technology package for Touring models - $1300
  • G20 Astina - $38,990
  • G25 Astina - $41,490
  • G25 Astina AWD - $43,490
All prices exclude on-road costs.

Mazda has announced pricing for the hotly-anticipated CX-30 SUV, kicking off at $29,990 before on-road costs – or around $4000 more than the equivalent 3 hatchback.

Not to be confused with the CX-3, the CX-30 takes the bones of the latest 3 hatchback and packs them into a high-riding SUV.

It's 120mm longer and 30mm wider than the Mazda 2-based CX-3 SUV, and has an 85mm longer wheelbase – but both cars have the same roof height.

It's a very close dimensional match for the Kia Seltos, and Mazda says it fills a gap for people who want something larger than a CX-3, but don't want to stretch to the CX-5. Just don't call it a CX-4.

Two engines will be offered: a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine in the G20, and a 2.5-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine in the G25.

The former outputs 114kW and 200Nm, and is only offered with front-wheel drive, while the latter is available with front- or all-wheel drive and makes 139kW and 252Nm.

The range kicks off with the G20 Pure, priced from $29,990 before on-road costs. It rides on 16-inch alloy wheels, and the interior is home to the same 8.8-inch infotainment system and 7.0-inch digital instrument binnacle as the Mazda 3.

Push-button start, auto-folding mirrors, parking sensors, and satellite navigation are all standard.

Although rear cross-traffic alert, autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, lane-departure warning, and traffic sign recognition are all standard, a Vision Technology package ($1500, $1300 on Touring) adds a surround-view camera, driver monitoring, front cross-traffic alert, and front parking sensors.

It's optional on all models except the range-topping Astina, where the technology is standard. Mazda expects strong take-up – around 30 per cent of 3 buyers have ticked the box, three times the initial expectation.

The G20 Evolve is priced from $31,490 before on-road costs, and gains 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control with rear vents, an auto-dimming rear mirror, a leather-wrapped gear knob and steering wheel, paddle shifters, and overhead sunglass storage.

Moving up to the G20 Touring bumps the price to $34,990 before on-roads, while the more powerful G25 Touring costs $36,490 as a two-wheel drive vehicle or $38,490 with all-wheel drive.

It gains keyless entry, dimming exterior mirrors with position memory, front parking sensors, black leather seats, power-adjustable front seats with lumbar for the driver, front parking sensors, and illuminated vanity mirrors.

Finally, the range-topping Astina is offered with the G20 engine ($38,990 before on-roads) and the G25 engine ($41,490 for front-wheel drive, $43,490 for all-wheel drive).

Compared to the Touring, it gets the Vision Technology package, a 12-speaker Bose audio system, adaptive LED headlights, 18-inch alloy wheels, and the choice of black or white leather for the seats. The G25 also gets a powered sunroof as standard.

Mazda expects the low-end G20 Pure to be the best-seller in year one on sale, and thinks 92 per cent of buyers will opt for front-wheel drive.

The new CX-30 will arrive in showrooms during February. Stay tuned for our first Australian drive early next year.
 

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I found some more details about the Australian CX-30's


All-wheel drive versions of the CX-30 aren’t due to arrive down under until March 2020.

Due to the global demand for the revolutionary SkyActiv-X engine it isn’t currently available in Australia, but it should come on board later this year and be fitted to both the Mazda 3 and CX-30.

According to Mazda, the SkyActiv-X unit has been designed with electrification in mind, so it’s not out of the question to see a hybrid version somewhere in its future.


MAZDA CX-30 vs CX-3 vs CX-5 – DIMENSIONS
CX-30CX-3CX-5
Length4396mm4275mm4545mm
Width1795mm1765mm1840mm
Height1540mm1540mm1690mm
Wheelbase2655mm2570mm2700mm
Front overhang915mm910mm945mm
Rear overhang825mm795mm900mm
Ground clearance175mm160mm210mm
Headroom (r)973mm944mm991mm
Shoulder room (r)1361mm1281mm1391mm
Rear legroom921mm888mm1007mm
Boot capacity317 litres264 litres442 litres
MAZDA CX-30 PRICING
VariantPrice (AUD)
G20 Pure FWD$29,990
G20 Pure FWD with Vision Technology$31,490
G20 Evolve FWD$31,490
G20 Evolve with Vision Technology$32,990
G20 Touring FWD$34,990
G20 Touring FWD with Vision Technology$36,290
G20 Astina FWD$38,990
G25 Touring FWD$36,490
G25 Touring FWD with Vision Technology$37,790
G25 Touring AWD$38,490
G25 Touring AWD with Vision Technology$39,790
G25 Astina FWD$41,490
G25 Astina AWD$43,490
 
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