Bermaz Motor Sdn Bhd, the authorised distributor for Mazda in Malaysia announced today that the CX-30 SUV which was launched just months ago, has been updated.
The big news is the introduction of the CX-30 2.0L AWD High variant, which is now the range topping model in the range, with an asking price of RM176,059.
With the introduction of the AWD variant, the CX-30 is now available in four variants:
CX-30 2.0L 2WD – RM145,759
CX-30 2.0L 2WD High – RM164,059
CX-30 1.8L Diesel 2WD High – RM172,943
CX-30 2.0L AWD High – RM176,059
Powering the new variant is the same 2.0 litre SkyActiv-G four-cylinder engine and 6-speed automatic gearbox as the other 2.0G variants, but with Mazda’s i-Activ all-wheel drive system. Total output figures stand at 162 hp and 213 Nm of torque.
The i-Activ AWD system also comes equipped with an Off-road Traction Assist system, which distributes power to the tires that are in contact with the road surface to maximize traction performance.
Apart from the i-Activ AWD system and the off-road traction assist system, the 2.0L SKYACTIV-G AWD retains the same specification as the 2.0L SKYACTIV-G High spec variant.
Besides the new variant, the entry level CX-30 2.0L Skyactiv-G has been updated with a couple of new features such as the Mazda Advanced Keyless entry, and the Walk Away Lock feature. Thanks to the new features, price has gone up by RM2,700 to RM145,759.
The MAZDA CX-30 is currently CBU from Japan. The colour line-up remains unchanged, comprising Soul Red Crystal, Machine Gray, Jet Black, Deep Crystal Blue, Sonic Silver, Snowflake White Pearl, Titanium Flash and Polymetal Gray Metallic; making a total of 8 colours available.
All new Mazda vehicles will have 5-Years Manufacturer Warranty + 5-Years Free Maintenance (except Mazda BT-50) according to manufacturer’s standards inclusive of labour, parts and lubricants.
Both Manufacturer Warranty and Free Maintenance have a coverage period of five years and a mileage limit of 100,000km, whichever comes first.
The All-New Mazda CX-30 has been officially launched in Malaysia, filling in the gap between the CX-3 and the CX-5.
On the exterior, the overall design of the CX-30 portrays the releasing and diffusing of energy built-up from the nose and the front fenders though to the rear tires in a single motion to convey a sense of strong forward motion.
Other exterior refinements include a lower body with sleekly flowing proportions of a coupe, as well as LED lights all around.
Inside, the cockpit is symmetrical and firmly centered on the driver, with all three meters in the meter cluster and the center display correctly angled towards the driving position, giving the driver an enhanced sense of unity with the vehicle and an even easier operation.
A secondary, wing shaped hood is fitted to the upper area of the dashboard. Running horizontally from the top of the meter hood to the end of the door trim on the passenger side, it generates an airy atmosphere that give the cockpit an expansive feel, as well as adding to the front passenger’s feeling of relaxation, comfort and security.
Stitching on the edge of the hood is one more expression of the CX-30’s refined interior quality. The wide floor console groups the shift lever, cup holders and commander control forward in a ‘control area’ close to the driver for convenient operation, while the gently curved knee rest behind create a warm, contrasting atmosphere.
The shift panel has an evolved version of Mazda’s ‘two-layer molding’ technology originally developed for the new Mazda3. Light striking the deep smoke-gray panel reveals a metallic pattern engraved in the base later to accentuate CX-30’s atmosphere of fine detailing and advanced character.
Luggage capacity is a generous 430 litres, enough to simultaneously accommodate a large, global-standard baby carriage and a carry-on bag.
The liftgate opening is 1,020mm wide, while the height of the flip is a relatively low 731mm, making it easier to load and unload heavy or bulky cargo.
The Active Driving Display, meters and center display were all redesigned to present information in a simple fashion, while the fonts used were unified to create a pleasing and consistent look.
Where infotainment is concerned, the CX-30 adopts an 8.8-inch wide-screen center display, offering simplified operation that requires only the use of the commander control, it also features a new intuitive guidance system that makes the commander control easier to operate.
The standard audio system features a 3-way, 8-speaker configuration with 3L woofers mounted at the sides of the cowl, 2.5cm tweeters on the left and right sail garnishes and 8cm squawkers on the upper section of the front and rear door trim.
Under the hood, the CX-30 gets two engine options – the latest Skyactiv-G 2.0 gasoline engine and a 1.8-litre SKYACTIV-D turbodiesel.
While the former makes 162 hp and 213 Nm of torque, while the new diesel engine produces 114 hp and 270 Nm of torque. All variants are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission that delivers power exclusively to the front wheels.
In the area of active safety, CX-30’s i-Activsense, is available on the CX-30 High variants, while further evolved technologies to help prevent accidents through advanced brake control enhance the omnidirectional sensing capability Mazda is pursuing.
Other i-ACTIVSENSE advanced safety features includes; Driver Attention Alert (DAA), Adaptive Front-Lighting System (AFS), High Beam Control (HBC), Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA), Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) with Lane-Keep Assist System (LAS), Front & Rear Smart Brake Support (SBS) and Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC).
Mazda Malaysia today announced that the all-new Mazda CX-30, which sits
between the CX-3 and CX-5 SUVs in the stable, is now officially open for
Imported from Japan, the Mazda CX-30 is available in three variants,
with prices as mentioned below:
CX-30 2.0L (2WD) – RM143,119
CX-30 2.0L High (2WD) – RM164,119
CX-30 1.8L Diesel High (2WD) – RM173,027
petrol variants of the CX-30 are powered by a 2.0-litre Skyactiv-G engine
producing 163 hp and 213 Nm of torque, the diesel variant gets a Skyactiv-D
engine that makes 116 PS and 270 Nm of maximum torque.
and diesel versions get the same 6-speed automatic transmission with manual
shift mode, which send power exclusively to the front wheels.
features across the board include LED headlights and taillights with
auto-levelling, automatic wipers, auto-folding side mirrors, a sunroof, rear
spoiler, a retractable cargo cover, as well as Mazda Connect infotainment
system with an 8.8-inch touch screen display.
the CX-30 2.0L High and CX-30 1.8L Diesel however, are features like LED tail
lamps with signature illumination, Mazda Advance Keyless Entry, a powered
tailgate, front and rear parking sensors, leather seats, as well as 17-inch
wheels (vs base spec’s 16-inch).
The colour line-up includes Soul Red Crystal, Machine Gray, Titanium
Flash, Jet Black, Deep Crystal Blue, Sonic Silver, Snowflake White Pearl and
Polymetal Gray Metallic; making a total of 8 colors
All new Mazda
vehicles registered from January 1, 2019 onwards will have 5-Years Manufacturer
Warranty + 5-Years Free Maintenance (except Mazda BT-50) according to
manufacturer’s standards inclusive of labour, parts and lubricants. Both Manufacturer
Warranty and Free Maintenance have a coverage period of five years and a
mileage limit of 100,000km, whichever comes first.