The Mazda CX-30 is Mazda’s fourth domestically produced crossover after the best selling and China-only coupe crossover CX-4, the worlwide bestseller CX-5 and the large CX-8. With the similarly sized CX-4 in high demand and the smaller CX-3 only imported and therefore overpriced, the CX-30 is positioned as Mazda’s entry-level crossover, and it shows in the interior where it doesn’t even have a touch screen (which some Chinese brands offer on their sub-US$10,000 cars).

Prices are indeed sharp, ranging from 129.900 (€ 16.400,- / US$18,400)  to 171.900 yuan (€ 21.600,- / US$24,300), which is in line with rivals like the Honda Vezel (127.900-175.900 yuan), Toyota Izoa (141.800-180.800 yuan) and Volkswagen T-Roc (135.800-203.800 yuan).

Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.

 

Mazda
CX-30
2020
Mazda
CX-30
2021
Mazda
CX-30
2022
January 1.157 2.089
February 725 969
March 1.585 714
April 1.347
May 2.701 625
June 2.390 1.425
July 2.037 1.213
August 1.977 408
September 2.387 1.387
October 2.477 3.085
November 2.122 1.753
December 2.029 784

Mazda
CX-30
2021 15.494
2020 18.120

 

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto.

Mazda
CX-30
2020
Mazda
CX-30
2021
Mazda
CX-30
2022
January 1.157 2.089
February 725 969
March 1.585 714
April 1.347
May 2.701 625
June 2.390 1.425
July 2.037 1.213
August 1.977 408
September 2.387 1.387
October 2.477 3.085
November 2.122 1.753
December 2.029 784

Mazda
CX-30
2021 15.494
2020 18.120