The Mazda CX-30 with the Skyactiv-X Engine can save you a lot of fuel costs. With a length of 4.40 meters, if you observe, that size turns out to be between the CX-3 model (4.28 m) and the CX-5 model (4.55 m). Maybe you ask, “why isn’t it called the CX-4”? The answer is quite surprising because the Mazda CX-4 is now available, but only as an SUV coupe, they market it in China.
Mazda designed the CX-30 as a small SUV, and even this car has won the Gold Steering Wheel from AUTO BILD. The design uses the original Mazda3 series, which is concise and, at the same time, functions as a basis. There are apparent differences seen in the shape of the black wheel trim, increased ground clearance (175 mm to 135 mm), and modifying the rear side a little. For driving comfort, the Mazda CX-30 has a chassis that is tighter than the Mazda3 to prevent the car’s body from rolling.
The New Skyactiv-X Engine Promises Less Consumption
Japanese manufacturers can separate themselves comfortably from the crowd of ordinary machines because they already have a unique new Skyactiv-X engine. Skyactiv-X is an entirely new engine that can combine the benefits of a classic petrol engine with a diesel compression ignition. They claim Skyactiv-X can reduce fuel consumption significantly compared to Skyactiv-G.
On the road, you can find a noticeable difference quite quickly because, in the turbo age, you can tell if a 122 hp uncharged petrol engine feels less pressure. In contrast, the Skyactiv-X 180 HP is very awake when you step on the gas pedal, thanks to the supercharger, and rotates violently in the spin range.
Besides the conventional 2.0-liter gas engine with 122 and 150 hp, Mazda also offers you a 1.8 diesel engine, more economical 116 horsepower. The gearbox has clear recommendations on six manual speeds, and you can shift it easily and comfortably. Not only that, I will tell you in detail about purchasing tips for the Mazda CX-30 with the cheapest and most suitable machine and equipment for you to drive!