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Mazda Announces Prices For Class-Leading CX-30 Crossover With Turbocharged Engine

Mazda’s 2021 CX-30 prices are surprisingly low.

Mazda’s move into the premium segment continues with the new 2021 CX-30 2.5 Turbo trims. The new turbocharged engine offers up to 320 lb-ft of torque. That is more than is found in such premium models as the Acura RDX and BMW X2 28i trims. The Subaru Crosstrek, Hyundai Kona, and Kia Steltos have nothing in the class close to the CX-30 2.5T.

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The CX-30 has already earned the IIHS Top Safety Pick award and was recently named a finalist for World Car of the Year. It is presently a contender for New England Motor Press winter crossover of the year. With its new more powerful engine and all-wheel drive, the CX-30 is now ready to take on the next level of competition.

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The prices below do not include the $1,100 destination fee ($1,145 in Alaska) that Mazda includes as part of its vehicle pricing, so be sure you add that to the MSRP to get the final suggested price for the trim you prefer. Notable features the CX-30 can include are adaptive curve bending LED headlights, and a multi-informational head-up display. All Mazda CX-30s come with standard driver-assist technologies and active safety systems.

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