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
January
February
March
April
May 2.701
June 2.390
July 2.037
August 1.977
September
October
November
December

 

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto.