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The 2019 Mazda CX-30 compact crossover SUV is something of a halfway house between the smaller CX-3 and the larger CX-5. Based on the fourth generation Mazda 3, it has a slightly lower driving position than most SUVs. The interior is also quite similar to the Mazda 3's and feels more like what you'd find in a German car than a Japanese one. The Renault Captur, the Audi Q3, the Toyota C-HR and the Volkswagen T-Roc rank among the CX-30's main rivals.
Powering the CX-30 is a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder engine. You get a choice of six trims: the entry-level SEL, the SEL Lux, Sport Lux, GT Sport and the top of the range GT Sport Tech. The CX-30's top speed is 116mph and 0-60mph is achievable in 10.6 seconds, so you won't be winning races in a CX-30 anytime soon. But speed isn't what an SUV is for, is it? Meanwhile, boot space stands at 430-litres – which is more than that offered by a Volkswagen T-Roc (445-litres), but less than what you'd find in an Audi Q3 (530-litres).
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