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Who has leased their CX 30 and or who will upgrade to the CX 30 Turbo?
After this lease i sure plan on bumping up to the turbo for a awesome power upgrade and its going to make the cx 30 one of the quickest in its class and so i am excited as i have already taken my cx through its paces on a track as i do have rally driving experience from back in the day and i already like the way it preforms but the turbo will just add that jaw drop factor. lol yah i know the cx 30 is not a vehicle that was meant to go raceing around on a track haha but hell it has awesome driving dynamics.
 

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Nope not interested as I got the CX-30 because it did not have a turbo and CVT. More than enough power for me and I plan to keep it for a long time.
 

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Nope not interested as I got the CX-30 because it did not have a turbo and CVT. More than enough power for me and I plan to keep it for a long time.
For me it was the no CVT .. and the nice get up and go but being a big car enthusiasts that I am I decided to lease for the first time and so after 3 years when it's time to decide what I'm going to do but I'm excited for the CX 30 turbo so il go for it most likely and it will be a nice oomph upgrade as I really like the vehicle even now 🙂 no regrets.
 

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Sounds good, I hope it works out for you👍
Haha well if the turbo goes out at least it won't be cost to me haha won't have it longer then 3 years and when that time comes il let ya know and il definitely be picking the color you have in yours now as I really like it and il ceramic coat the vehicle again 🙂
 

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I am not sure at this point. Very much love my cx30! If I am in a good Financial position ... I might get a Mazda 3 turbo in a few years. And keep the cx30 as a daily and for winter use. If I am a one car guy then I will most likely get the turbo cx30.

Drove a 2016 cx-9 with 130,000 miles on it. Was in great mechanical condition for the mileage. Not concerned with the Mazda Skyactive 2.5T in regards to long term reliability. It's the little 1.3L 3 cylinder turbos I worry about. Mazda does it right!!! Just change the oil more often to be kind to the turbo.
 

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I am not sure at this point. Very much love my cx30! If I am in a good Financial position ... I might get a Mazda 3 turbo in a few years. And keep the cx30 as a daily and for winter use. If I am a one car guy then I will most likely get the turbo cx30.

Drove a 2016 cx-9 with 130,000 miles on it. Was in great mechanical condition for the mileage. Not concerned with the Mazda Skyactive 2.5T in regards to long term reliability. It's the little 1.3L 3 cylinder turbos I worry about. Mazda does it right!!! Just change the oil more often to be kind to the turbo.
I really do like my CX 30 currently don't get me wrong 🙂 but more oomph never hurt haha especially if you have being a rally track driver under your belt 😝 iv driven mine In a very lively way around a track one day when I met up with some of my car club guys as I wanted to see what it could do and the full driving dynamics and yah yah I know it's not a vehicle you race with 🤣😂 I just wanted to take 2 laps around and see how it felt and it was really fun handles very well and when you take control of the transmission in manual shift mode it goes very well keeping in the rpm band around corners etc but hey why not have more oomph haha I like having a little fun with mine when I'm not behind the wheel of the 370Z.
 

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I'm considering it. I'm not leasing, but the turbo is enticing. I just want to see the performance numbers first (0-60 etc). 250hp and 327lbs of torque is respectable. I think I'd prefer the 3 Hatchback with the turbo over the CX-30.
 

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I'm considering it. I'm not leasing, but the turbo is enticing. I just want to see the performance numbers first (0-60 etc). 250hp and 327lbs of torque is respectable. I think I'd prefer the 3 Hatchback with the turbo over the CX-30.
I like the Mazda 3 but the only thing is it's too low to the ground for me and as a daily driver I gotta have something little bit higher off the ground especially for winter.
 

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So far I'm loving the Turbo. Its even my wife and dog enough room so they are happy again. If they happy I an Happy
 

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Could you mention those features?
You can see them here under, "Which 2021 MAZDA CX-30 Model is Right for Me?"


& here under Mazda CX-30 models

 

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So far I'm loving the Turbo. Its even my wife and dog enough room so they are happy again. If they happy I an Happy
I will be upgrading to the turbo as soon as i can with my current leased cx-30 :)
 

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The automatic is reprogrammed too for the turbo. They say it's much smoother.
 

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The automatic is reprogrammed too for the turbo. They say it's much smoother.
so i hear from some auto journalists that ahve spent a couple days with the turbo.. The transmission Software is allot better and makes the transmission with allot less shift shock.. I find the transmission good overall but sometimes the shifts are a little jerky shift shock wise.. other times is super smooth.. New software is a good fix that they did on the turbo :) besides that they had to slightly redesign the the transmission to handle the torque and HP
 

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I got the car for the nice driver focus, great AWD performance (test drove on messiest of Minnesota winter days), and conventional transmission. I knew the turbo model was going to be released the week after I intended to purchase, but didn't care for it. After driving my TFSI Audi to its death over 15 years, I really just wanted a "good enough" engine without the worries turbo brings over the years.
 

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I got the car for the nice driver focus, great AWD performance (test drove on messiest of Minnesota winter days), and conventional transmission. I knew the turbo model was going to be released the week after I intended to purchase, but didn't care for it. After driving my TFSI Audi to its death over 15 years, I really just wanted a "good enough" engine without the worries turbo brings over the years.
And that is exactly why I chose the CX-30.No turbo and no CVT. Love it....
 

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I got the car for the nice driver focus, great AWD performance (test drove on messiest of Minnesota winter days), and conventional transmission. I knew the turbo model was going to be released the week after I intended to purchase, but didn't care for it. After driving my TFSI Audi to its death over 15 years, I really just wanted a "good enough" engine without the worries turbo brings over the years.
My last three vehicles have been turbo engines. What turbo worries? Why should one even think of such?
 
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