The Japanese carmaker isn’t as adept at spicing up its current models with very high displacement engines, but the 2021 CX-30 crossover does get a good flagship version. It’s the CX-30 with a Skyactiv-G 2.5 turbo engine, bringing a total of 250 horsepower under the hood for less than $ 30,000.
Mazda’s compact range is quite extensive for such a small car maker, and everyone can choose the right offering: the Mazda3 hatchback and sedan, or the CX-3 and CX-5 SUVs. And there are nice options in between too, such as the fully electric MX-30 or the stylish CX-30 that we discuss here.
The Japanese carmaker previously unveiled the flagship 2.5 Turbo version of the crossover for the 2021 model year in the United States, but at the time of launch, it kept pricing information under wraps. Now it’s finally time for the brand to give up its final secret – the 2021 CX-30 with the Skyactiv-G engine producing 250 horsepower is on offer with a suggested retail price starting at $ 29,900.
The quote does not include the $ 1,100 charged for destination and fulfillment ($ 1,145 in Alaska), and customers can also upgrade from the base version to the Premium package or the Premium Plus package, in which case the CX-30 starts at $ 32,300 and $ 33,900, respectively.
Granted, there isn’t much more you can add, with just a trio of premium paint colors on the list of options. Snowflake White Pearl Mica is available for $ 395, followed by Machine Gray Metallic at $ 495 and the iconic Soul Red Crystal, which is the most expensive at $ 595.
As for the two additional packages, the Premium Plus option is the all-new arrival for the 2021MY, which also acts as an exclusive benefit for the Turbo models.
It offers new i-Activsense safety features such as Smart City Brake Support Reverse and Cross-Traffic Braking at the rear, along with the semi-automatic Traffic Jam Assist system designed to work with Mazda Radar Cruise Control below 64 km / h. things.