Mazda CX-30 in the AUTO BILD endurance test

Making compromises doesn’t sound very sexy at first, more like half measures. It is often exactly the opposite, namely getting the best out of limited opportunities and conflicting interests. An art that the Mazda CX-30, for example, has also mastered. It starts with the format. The 4.40 meter long Japanese is an interesting intermediate size, is not a giant ship that cannot be parked and can be moved smoothly even in heavy traffic.

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The space still fits, at least at the front. The seating position can be easily adjusted, and the steering wheel can be pulled out a long way. However, adults lack legroom on the back seat, and it becomes uncomfortable over 1.80 meters. And the trunk is not really huge with 422 to 1406 liters, and it sometimes requires – right: compromises. With a light foot on the accelerator, the 186 hp of the gasoline engine, which is ignited by both compression and candles, purrs relaxed. If you are in a hurry, you have to rev up the engine properly. Then the 2.0 liter vacuum cleaner gets loud – and thirsty. Pleasant: Our all-wheel-drive model only knows traction problems from hearsay thanks to the effective distribution of power to all four wheels. The adaptive high beam, which illuminates dark country roads in an exemplary manner, deserves another plus point.

Mazda CX-30

The cockpit with real buttons for important functions.

The Mazda CX-30 in the AUTO BILD endurance test

Endurance test start: September 24, 2021
Price of the test car with extras: 39,850 euros
Driven so far: 5230 km
Test consumption: 7.9 l S / 100 km
Top: Very reasonable size, with a cautious driving style pleasant engine, steering crisp.
Not so good: Quite noisy on the motorway, traffic sign recognition not particularly reliable.

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