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The pricing for the CX-30 is officially out in the UK and customers can start placing their orders. Pricing starts at £22,895 ($27,867/€25,315), which is £3,500 ($4,260/€3,870) more than the entry-level CX-3 and £2,705 ($3,292/€2,990) less than the larger CX-5.

The only thing is those customers will have to wait until January to take delivery when the first vehciles are expected to arrive.

Here's a full list of the available trims thanks to Car Scoops:
 

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If not standard, they should at least make it an easy upgrade.

Easy as in no more than $1,500-2,000.
 

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AWD Mazda models are priced much closer to $1,500 more.
For example; Someone I know that just picked up a CX-5 paid just under $1,500 on the sport model to go AWD
 

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AWD Mazda models are priced much closer to $1,500 more.
For example; Someone I know that just picked up a CX-5 paid just under $1,500 on the sport model to go AWD
Yeah I don't think it goes much higher than that to get AWD with Mazda.
 

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Available in five trim levels – SE-L, SE-L Lux, Sport Lux, GT Sport and GT Sport Tech – the new CX-30 features Mazda’s characteristic generous standard equipment across the entire range, and is offered in the UK with a choice of two petrol engines, both of which feature the 24v Mazda M Hybrid mild-hybrid system.
 
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