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Mazda CX-30 First Drive: A Subcompact Fit for Micro Adventure

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Gear Junkie posted their review of the CX-30 and they had a lot of positive stuff to say about its styling and technology.

Here's the link to the full article for anyone who's interested

There is great visibility in all directions out of the CX-30. I love the large optional heads-up display and 7-inch digital gauge display. I particularly like the speed-limit indicator, shown by a little red line on the digital speedometer gauge. But I have to admit that I’m not a big fan of the infotainment system. Of course, I also didn’t have 3 weeks to get comfortable with it.

The excessive plastic body cladding on the sides of the CX-30 cheapens what is otherwise a really beautiful, high-quality, flowy form. The quality deep paint on the CX-30 also helps show off the beautiful lines of the vehicle. Sadly, if you parked the CX-30 next to all its similar Japanese competitors, it would blend into the crowd way too easily.

To Buy or Not to Buy?
The Mazda CX-30 is a worthy entry into the already-crowded U.S. subcompact SUV market. Although it doesn’t have any one thing that truly elevates it above the competition, it’s holistically a compelling vehicle. But will the quality package be enough for Mazda to attract more young active lifestyle buyers?

Also, be sure to keep an eye out for the similar Mazda MX-30. It’s Mazda’s first all-electric offering, which debuted earlier this year at the Tokyo Auto Show. It’s likely to find its way to the U.S. at some point, although no formal announcements have come yet.
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