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It's odd and a little aggravating to me that Mazda doesn't include heated side mirrors on any trim level of the CX-30. In cold climates, this is pretty important and it seems to me that the cost, at least for the upper trims, would have been negligible. Does anyone know why Mazda would exclude them? They do offer them on the upper trims of the CX-5 and (I presume) the CX-9. Not sure about the CX-3.
 

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Heated side mirrors are standard in Canada on the GS and GT (midline and top of line models)
 

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That's odd that they wouldn't have the heated mirrors on any of the trim levels for the American versions
 

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That's odd that they wouldn't have the heated mirrors on any of the trim levels for the American versions
Agreed, particular because it just can't be that expensive. It'll be interesting to see if they add it in 2021 or later, and also whether there will be any after-market options to have it installed. It's a small thing, but when you need it you need it.
 

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I also thought it was odd that it's not included in any of the US models. I'm guessing they leave out some basic features like this so they have something to add as an improvement to next year's model.
 

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Heated mirrors on every trim here in the UK and tilt down on all but the basic model. Strange how the manufacturer decides what should be standard in certain countries. With my 2019 Lexus ES Takumi we get standard auto folding door mirrors (probably standard on every UK Lexus model) but the US doesn’t get them. Why not?
 

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I was shocked to discover my CX-30 premium AWD didn’t have heated mirrors. It’s also odd that Mazda removed the heating steering wheel, wiper de-icer, 360 camera and power folding exterior mirrors from the US CX-30’s. I would have no problem paying extra for those features.
 

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I was shocked to discover my CX-30 premium AWD didn’t have heated mirrors. It’s also odd that Mazda removed the heating steering wheel, wiper de-icer, 360 camera and power folding exterior mirrors from the US CX-30’s. I would have no problem paying extra for those features.
Chances are if Mazda follows its own tradition there will be a premium RESERVE version in 2021 that will include all these features at a hefty price increase.
 

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Heated mirrors on every trim here in the UK and tilt down on all but the basic model. Strange how the manufacturer decides what should be standard in certain countries. With my 2019 Lexus ES Takumi we get standard auto folding door mirrors (probably standard on every UK Lexus model) but the US doesn’t get them. Why not?
I am UK based went for a test drive in a CX 30 and even the salesman could not find the switch to heat the mirrors.

Are they linked to the heated rear screen by any chance?
 

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I am UK based went for a test drive in a CX 30 and even the salesman could not find the switch to heat the mirrors.

Are they linked to the heated rear screen by any chance?
That’s how it is with every car I’ve ever driven. The heated mirrors are always linked to the heated rear window button. The CX-30s heated elements in the windscreen is also linked to the rear window button.
 
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