The 2021 CX-30
The 2020 CX-30 was one of Mazda's most successful launches of an all-new vehicle. The first of Mazda's 7th generation of CUV brought the quietness, comfort, and sophistication of a premium small crossover to the mainstream market.
Available with a 2.0 liter Skyactiv-G engine in the GX trim, with a 2.5 liter Skyactiv-G standard on the GS and GT trims, the CX-30 quickly proved itself to be a driver's favorite in the class. Excellent fuel economy combined with unparalleled driving dynamics, comfort, and style made the 2020 CX-30 a vehicle in demand.
With the 2021, the characteristics that made the CX-30 great have been carried over from the 2020. However, never a company known to rest on it's laurels, Mazda announced that the 2021 would be available with a 2.5 liter turbo version - the same powerplant that moves the 7-passenger CX-9 with such ease.
Mazda fans eagerly await!
SKYACTIV-G 2.5 T ENGINE WITH DYNAMIC PRESSURE TURBO
POWER. EFFICICENCY. TOGETHER.
The power produced by a turbocharged energy usually comes with increased inefficiency, as a result the idea of a turbocharged engine that is both powerful and fuel efficient mat sounds impossible. However, our persistent and passionate team of Mazda engineers worked tireless to ensure that Mazda's Skyactiv-G 2.5 T▲ Dynamic Pressure Turbo engine was powerful while still providing industry leading fuel efficiency.
A FLAWLESSLY FLEXIBLE AND STABLE RIDE.
i-Activ AWD▼ delivers a surefooted solution for Canada’s varied terrain and weather conditions. Using 27 sensors to monitor everything from outside temperature and windshield wipers, which are used for acceleration and braking patterns, i-Activ AWD not only forecasts when you’ll need better road grip, but also readies your CX-5 to deliver the traction you need at the precise moment you need it.
ALWAYS AT THE READY
i-Activ AWD monitors driving conditions 200 times per second. Everything from steering angle and windshield wiper use to exterior temperature and braking patterns helps predict driving conditions.
A slight amount of torque is constantly transferred to the rear wheels to automatically deliver more traction when needed.
By ensuring optimal distribution of torque and minimizing drivetrain energy loss, you’re only using fuel to power AWD when you need to.