Unfortunately a few days after we took our CX-30 home we found that the cargo floor is too tight so there is zero gap between the bottom of the rear seats and the cargo floor front edge. There is absolutely no gap there at all. It is very tight. So when you lower the rear seats and then raise them, the lower fabric of the rear seats binds up and gets caught by the front edge of the cargo floor instead of going under it. If we had noticed this at the dealership during the delivery we would have refused delivery. Our cargo floor measures 31 and 7/8 inches long at the center. With the cargo floor removed, the measurement from the inside rear of the cargo area to the lower rear seat backs is only 31 and 1/4 inches. We calculate that either our cargo floor is too long or the rear seats were installed too far back. Either way this was a failure of Mazda factory final QC, the US port final QC, and the dealership final QC or Pre Delivery Inspection (PDI). We have looked at other CX-30s with the rear seats raised and it looks like they have a gap in front of the cargo floor of 1/4 - 1/2 inch which confirms the different measurements we have of our cargo floor versus the cargo area. We will go to a dealer this weekend to compare other CX-30s and measure their cargo floors. We will also take photos of the gaps they have versus our zero gap. Of course we have to do all this because the dealer and Mazda have never seen or heard of this problem before so we have to prove it. If anyone can send me the length of their cargo floor and possible photos of their gap between the lower rear seat and cargo floor front edge we would greatly appreciate it. I'm guessing we are not the only one with this problem. We also hope it is easily and quickly remedied. We are very sad that Mazda and the dealer missed this one. But we also wish they would step up more aggressively to resolve this on a brand new car.