Bermaz has announced that the base spec Mazda CX-30 Skactiv-G 2.0L 2WD variant (Model Code: DGE4RBL) a.k.a. 2.0G Core, is now equipped with a powered tailgate with programmable height. That would make it a standard feature across the range.
Other standard features across the CX-30 range include LED headlights with auto leveling, LED tail lights, fog lights and reverse lights, rain sensing wipers with variable intermittent function, powered side mirrors with auto folding, Piano Black door pillar garnish, built-in antenna, rear spoiler, dual exhaust, push button start, cruise control, one-touch power windows with anti-pinch for all four windows, head-up display, tilt and telescoping steering, Mazda Connect infotainment system with 8.8″ screen and control knob, eight speakers, two USB ports, reverse camera with distance and width guide lines, i-Stop idling technology, and G-Vectoring Control (GVC) Plus.
Standard safety features include six airbags, Anti-lock Braking System, Dynamic Stability Control, Electronic Brake-force Distribution, Emergency Brake Assist, Traction Control System, Hill Launch Assist, Emergency Stop Signal, Auto Hold, Auto Door Lock, ISOFIX points and seat belts with emergency locking retractors.
The CX-30 is the second model after Mazda3 in Mazda’s seventh generation of vehicles. Among the Mazda SUVs, the CX-30 sits above the compact CX-3 and below the larger CX-5. Mazda had opted not to use the CX-4 name outside of China to avoid confusion as that is a China-specific model.
In terms of power, the 2.0L SkyActiv-G petrol engine produces 162 hp and 213 Nm of torque. It is paired to a 6-speed SkyActiv-Drive automatic transmission with manual shift mode that transfers this power to the front wheels (16″ rims).
The body of the CX-30 is constructed with additional high tensile steel. This results in it being named ‘the safest car in the world’ with a record-breaking Adult Occupant rating of 99% in Euro NCAP crash assessment. It also managed to score maximum points for full width barrier, side impact, and side pole test. This test involves crashing the car sideways into a pole at the door area. Furthermore, the CX-30 scored 80% in the Vulnerable Road User tests (pedestrian and cyclist crash protection), and full points for pedestrian pelvis and leg protection.
The specifications for the other 3 variants; 2.0L 2WD High (DGE5RAD), 2.0L AWD High (DHV2RA6) and 1.8L Diesel High (DHW5RAA) remain unchanged.
The CX-30 2.0G Core retails for RM144,759 (on the road without insurance).
All new Mazda vehicles come with 5-Years Manufacturer Warranty + 5-Years Free Maintenance (except Mazda BT-50) according to manufacturer’s standards and includes labour, parts and lubricants. Both Manufacturer Warranty and Free Maintenance have a coverage period of five years and a mileage limit of 100,000 km, whichever comes first.