As with the all-new Mazda3 we recently sampled, we are assured the CX-30 is very smooth and quiet inside and that the seats are specially tailored to suit the natural shape of the human body.
The CX-30 sits about midway in ride height between a conventional passenger car and an SUV so offers easy ingress and egress.
European specifications were the only ones on offer at the Geneva event. Power is from a standard petrol engine or the yet to be launched revolutionary new SkyActiv X petrol. There’s also a turbo-diesel, however we may not see that here as the SkyActiv X is likely to be more economical than a diesel.
That’s the good news, the bad news is that the new Mazda won’t be on sale in Australia until a date yet to be set in 2020.
Stay tuned and we will bring you further details as they come to hand.