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Mazda reveals details of all-new CX-30 compact SUV

6 Sep 2019

You can place your orders for the new Mazda CX-30 now.

Mazda has revealed the pricing and specifications for the new CX-30 compact SUV, which will arrive in UK showrooms in January next year.

The car was officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show back in March and is designed to neatly fill the space between the existing CX-3 and CX-5 models in terms of a new market segment.

Mazda says the CX-30 combines "the bold stance of an SUV with the sleek profile of a coupe", offering owners a spacious cabin and all the practicality and comfort we've come to expect from this high-profile brand.

Each car will boast a colour windscreen projecting a head-up display, radar cruise control and LED headlights as standard, as well as a host of other high-tech functions that will have you the envy of every car park.

There's black cladding lower down on the outside and a choice of eight exterior colours, while the inside is clad in premium dark grey cloth featuring sophisticated navy blue accents.

Mazda has made the CX-30 available in five trim levels: the SE-L; the SE-L Lux; the Sport Lux; the GT Sport; and the GT Sport Tech, all of which have unique selling points and pricing.

Meanwhile, you'll find this new vehicle offered with a choice of two petrol engines under the 24v Mazda M Hybrid mild-hybrid system: the 122ps 2.0-litre Skyactiv-G and the ground-breaking Spark Controlled Compression Ignition (SPCCI) Skyactiv-X petrol engine.

This time, due to declining customer demand and increasingly strict emissions regulations, there will be no diesel option.

Managing director of Mazda UK Jeremy Thomson said: "We're very excited about this stunning compact SUV joining our range. This is a car that demonstrates the new standards of style, quality and technology found in our next-generation models."

You should be able to find new car deals on the CX-30 right now, with pricing from £22,895 to £33,495, although you'll have to wait until January 2020 for delivery.

The news comes hot on the heels of the launch of the all-new Mazda3 earlier this year, which is also part of the brand's next generation of styles.