Mazda debuts its all-new CX-30 crossover at Geneva

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Mazda Motor Corporation premiered the second model in its new-generation line-up, the Mazda CX-30 compact crossover SUV.

As a new core model, the CX-30 will be rolled out to global markets, with sales starting in Europe this coming northern winter. The CX-30 will be on display to the public at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show.

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The CX-30 is a new compact crossover has been designed to embody Mazda‘s Kodo design language.

The automaker says: “The development team hoped to create a car that would enrich customers' lives by helping them and their loved ones make new and stimulating discoveries within their daily lives.”

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Bond with customers

Mazda says the CX-30’s interior has been designed to be user-friendly packaging and should comfortably seat four adults. The increased height over a passenger car should 1) provide good visibility and 2) make getting in and out not much of an issue.

The Japanese automaker says the CX-30 boasts with improved attributes such as accelerating, turning and braking, while it continues with Mazda's Skyactiv-vehicle architecture and the latest Skyactiv engines, including Skyactiv-X.

Akira Marumoto, Mazda's representative director, president and CEO, said: “We designed the CX-30 to be an essential partner in the customer's daily life. It will be made at key global plants so we can deliver Mazda's renowned driving pleasure and matured Kodo design to customers all over the world. 

“Moving forward, our new products and technologies will ensure customers continue to see the value in owning a Mazda car. We aim to be recognized as a brand that forms the strongest of bonds with each customer.”

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