We've explored the new CX-30's credentials as a potential 'luxury' buy and its improvements in the technology space – but now it's time to gauge whether this little high-rider is up to the task of hauling a couple of little ones around.
Some pretty impressive technology has filtered down from the heights of European limousines to our Long-Term Mazda CX-30 – so what is it like?
The interior of the Mazda CX-30 Touring impresses for a $35,000 compact SUV, but does it justify a circa-$4000 premium over the equivalent Mazda 3 hatch on which it’s based?
I don’t think it is any secret that Mazda has set an aspirational goal to move a little more upmarket. They’ve always been ‘nice’ cars, but since the current-generation CX-9 arrived in 2016, the winged M has non-too-subtly tried to move into a region I’ll refer to as the ‘Lexosphere’...
Introducing our latest long-term review subject, the Mazda CX-30 G25 Astina. Don't think on the name too long, and you might just find it's an appealing buy.
The entry-level CX-30 is forecast to be the best-selling variant, but is it the pick of Mazda’s new compact-SUV range?
Plush meets practical as Mazda’s newest urban-focussed crossover pushes the marque further upmarket.
Mazda's newest SUV is pretty much a '3' hatchback on stilts, with a more sensible design and a higher price. It bisects the Nissan Qashqais and Audi Q2s of the world, and while it's short on surprises, it delivers the goods.
A revolutionary update to keep the internal combustion engine clean and ever more efficient, but is it too late to save the petrol engine?
Perhaps we need to stop calling these cars SUVs, because the new Mazda CX-30 is really just a Mazda 3 on stilts, and all the better for it.