Mazda CX-30 Lease Deals
Mazda CX-30 Top Features
Great to drive.
Good quality, stylish cabin.
Why Lease A Mazda CX-30 With Vanarama?
Advantages Of Leasing A Mazda CX-30There’s a feelgood factor to the CX-30 that’s missing in a lot of its rivals. Its coupe-like styling trades a little practicality for a more indulgent, sporty feel. That extends to the cabin, with its swooping lines and impressive material quality. It’s also one of the most engaging cars in its class to drive, and it achieves that without compromising on comfort.
Mazda CX-30 Interiors
Mazda CX-30 Driving Experience
The Mazda CX-30 offers a useful step up in practicality from midsized family hatchbacks, such as the Mazda3 on which it’s based. There’s a reasonable amount of space for rear-seat passengers, although the sporty silhouette with its sloping roofline does mean that you get less headroom in the back than you’d find in some competitors.
Likewise, the boot is a decent size at 430 litres (for comparison, the new Volkswagen Golf hatchback offers 381 litres). However, the CX-30 lags behind some of its SUV rivals – the Skoda Karoq and the SEAT Ateca, for instance, both offer substantially more luggage capacity.
All that clever technology in the CX-30’s engines pays dividends here – at least up to a certain point. We averaged 40mpg with the Skyactiv-X engine in 2-wheel drive manual form, which is a good result for a 2.0-litre petrol SUV in the real world (it’s officially rated at up to 50.4mpg, depending on spec). The same engine delivers a relatively trim CO2 figure of 128g/km, which will be useful for company car drivers.
For many, these mild-hybrid petrol engines will be a good option, blending better-than-average fuel economy with comparatively affordable lease rates. However, those doing higher mileages might still lament the lack of a diesel or plug-in hybrid option.
Mazda CX-30 Models Available To Lease
Mazda CX-30All models come in 5-door compact SUV form with 5 seats. An automatic gearbox is available on most models, and 4-wheel drive is an option on the up-spec GT Sport and GT Sport Tech trim levels.
Trim Levels To Lease
The Mazda CX-30 Vs Competitors
Mazda has a good reputation for reliability. There’s not much specific information on the CX-30 – but the brand scored a top-10 place in the 2020 Reliability Survey from What Car?.
The CX-30’s boot is competitive with most of the other cars in its class at 430 litres. It’s also a convenient shape, with a clever variable-height system which allows you to raise the boot floor to create a fully flat loading area or lower it to increase the outright space available.
There are 5 trim specs available. Most models come in 2-wheel drive, in either manual or automatic form – 4-wheel drive is an option on the top-spec cars.
Yes, all versions come with rear parking sensors. Most models also have front parking sensors and a rear camera.
The Mazda CX-30 is a practical car by normal standards. There’s a bigger boot and more space for rear-seat passengers than you’d find in a typical family hatchback, for instance.
The CX-30’s distinctive styling and pleasing dynamics help it to stand out in a crowd of increasingly generic alternatives. Throw in a good quality cabin with generous levels of standard equipment, and you can see why the Mazda CX-30 is a popular leasing choice.
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