The Mazda CX-30 debuted during the Geneva Motor show in 2019 and wagon equipped with Four 2.5 liters cylinder engine and a 186 Horsepower. It also has a six-speed automated transmission and is enabled to choose gears wisely based on the current driving conditions. When shifting, it occasionally manifests some stumble. On a test track, the CX-30 picked up a speed of 60 mph on only 8.1 seconds more swiftly than any other turbocharged SUVs, including Rogue sport and Subaru Cross trek.

The CX-30 is a front-wheel drive, and it consumes about 25 mpg when driving around the city and 33mpg on the highway. When using a four-wheel drive, the estimate is a bit lower. When driving around town, it uses 24mpg and 31 mpg on the freeway. A premium test performed on a test track and four-wheel drive, and it managed to consume exactly 31mpg on a highway that was 200 miles long.


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