Mazda CX-30 2.0 SP (2020) reviewMazda’s all-new CX-30 would have been a worthy CX-3 replacement: more refined to drive and better to sit in. The Mazda CX-3 is a mixed bag of virtues and flaws when measured against upper B-segment SUVs like the Honda HR-V and Toyota C-HR in Thailand. Welcome to the CX-30, then, an all-new SUV from Mazda that should fix the problems for the CX-3 thanks to a bigger body designed to neatly slot below today’s CX-5. To top things off, the CX-30 has a similar price range of 988,000 to 1.199 million baht. What the CX-30 does better than in the CX-3 is the suppression of external noise for enhanced comfort when cruising.
Source: Bangkok Post March 29, 2020 02:15 UTC