2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring Unveiled With Fresh Design

2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring

2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring – It’s about the same size and same wheelbase as the CX-30 compact SUV, but is more an upscale coupe about design and interior space. This is why Mazda has adopted the sought-after ‘MX’ moniker.

2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring
2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring

This kind of ambiguity in the design of a car is not common and is its main attraction. It’s an eye-catching design, and that’s before you open the doors with a ‘freestyle’ design that resembles an earlier model, the Mazda RX-8 (or BMW i3), and get on the road. Then there are the car’s environmentally-friendly credentials: its cabin uses recycled fabrics and sustainable cork trims, and it’s powered by what Mazda calls an ‘M Hybrid’ petrol engine. Additionally, a fully electric version will be available in August.

2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring Price

The Mazda MX-30 is priced at $33,990 including on-road costs for the entry-level Evolve which is an approximate drive-away cost of $38,300, based on the state or territory of your residence. The mid-range Touring model as shown here is price $36,490 ($40,800 drive-away) While the top-end Astina costs $40,000 ($46,000 for the drive away).


One of the first that immediately comes to mind would be the Toyota C-HR Koba Hybrid or that of the Volkswagen T-Roc 110TSI. And then there’s the top-end Nissan Juke Ti. The prices are all comparable.

2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring New Design

Technology System

Mazda does not offer stripped-down base models in the traditional sense. It’s a different story with its latest offerings as it’s trying to present itself as more expensive. All grades come with rear-opening back doors, 18-inch wheels, auto-folding mirrors, LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, climate control with touchscreen, cloth seats, a head-up display, an 8.8-inch infotainment screen with the rotary controller, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, satellite-navigation, digital radio, and button start.

The Touring features the proximity key fob, auto-dimming side mirrors that have a memory function, plus sexy white/grey “Maztex” seats, fabric seats, a powered seat adjustment, and illuminated vanity mirrors. Its proximity fob on its own is enough to justify the extra cost. The step up to the Astina offers you premium features like adaptive headlights the sunroof, brown leather and a 360-degree camera, and the 12-speaker Bose audio system instead of the traditional eight-speaker set-up.


It is the 2022 Mazda MX-30 has a five-star ANCAP safety rating, based on tests conducted through Euro NCAP in 2022. It was rated 93 percent for adult occupant safety as well as 87 percent for protection of children’s occupants as well as 68 percent for road users who are vulnerable and 74 percent for safety assist. With 10 airbags in the back and atop 10 airbags, the MX-30 comes with active safety equipment such as autonomous emergency braking both rear and front as well as rear cross-traffic warning blind-spot monitoring, help in keeping lane, and the active cruise controller. Selecting the Astina option – or the one-time fee of $2,500 Vision Technology package for Evolve or Touring versions includes front cross-traffic alert as well as front parking sensors. driver monitoring, as well as a clever 360-degree camera.


The best thing about the car is the cabin it is a total pleasure with precise ergonomics and a comfortable driving seat. Many of these features are common to CX-30 or Mazda 3. CX-30 as well as the Mazda 3 including the thin-rimmed steering wheel, the center screen that has a rotary controller, the driver’s TFT instrument with a minimalist interface, a head-up display that projects, and the majority of buttons and switches.

2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring Specs
2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring Specs

However, the MX-30 includes new Mazda features like a touchscreen that can operate the climate control and a shift-by-wire-controlled gear knob placed above a floating center tunnel. The Touring’s synthetic leather in white and seats made of grey with brown piping appear Scandinavian. The sustainable cork can be found all across the transmission tunnel. the seat material is made from recycled threads and isn’t treated with solvents. Likewise, the attractive fabric-like trims on doors are made of recycled PET bottles. It’s kind of BMW i3-like in this way, too. The colors are bright and airy, with the quality of the dials and knobs being top-quality. Mazda’s latest infotainment technology is an enormous improvement over the older models in terms of the user interface, processing, and graphics. The storage options include a good center console, a concealed area under the gear shifter with moderate door storage. Two cup holders are available which are protected by thin cork and plastic tabs, an uncommon flaw I’d say. The back seat access is via the rear-hinged back doors which must be opened sequentially after the front ones by pulling a handle made of plastic. The absence of a pillar gives a distinct impression of space as well as an attractive side shape. However, just like an automobile, the sloped roof limits headroom, and the tiny windows on the sides hinder the view, and the access to the rear row beyond the seats with a setback back is much more restricted than the CX-30 with similar dimensions, but with an edgier arrangement.


It’s the identical 2.0-liter Skyactiv-G, naturally-aspirated petrol engine (114kW in power when it is at 600rpm and 200Nm of power at 4000rpm) found in the entry models of Mazda 3 and CX-30, coupled to a 6-speed auto and front-wheel drive. However, it’s coupled with a belt-driven integrated start generator (ISG) as well as a tiny lithium-ion battery that’s 24V. The system absorbs the energy from braking and then redistributes it to soften and increase the effectiveness of the stop/start mechanism and provide an incredibly small boost in torque. A larger CX-30 with the identical 2.0-liter engine and six-speed transmission, however, it does not have the battery with 24V and ISG. It runs an identical 6.5L/100km Which makes it the least mild hybrid system, and even more gentle than the 48V systems favored by European manufacturers.

To put it in perspective, Toyota C-HR with a more traditional hybrid system (a bigger capacity battery and an additional drive motor to enable the use of electric motors at low speeds) makes use of 4.3L/100km. It’s not unusual to think that Mazda did not include its Skyactiv-X engine with a spark-guided, supercharged compression-ignition system that is used in the top-of-the-line Mazda 3 and CX-30 – which has 16 percent greater power and 12 percent more torque and 6.0 percent less gasoline. Mazda is planning to expand the MX-30’s options very soon including the short-range electric vehicle due to launch in August, as well as the motorized engine range extender hybrid to be announced in 2022.


Its driving posture is superb The seat has plenty of adjustment The steering wheel is a delight and the HUD can help you focus your attention on the road as well as the slightly elevated seat improves visibility outwards. The engine isn’t the best but. Apart from the stop/start feature that kicks into action just before coming to a stop (sometimes), It feels as the different 2.0-liter naturally aspirated gasoline engine could. This means a quick throttle response and the ability to rev until you reach the engine’s optimal power and torque level without a lot of low-end energy and a significant decrease in performance when you’re pushing the throttle.

The six-speed automatic has been very well-calibrated, and the rocker switch that activates sports mode allows it to increase the speed of its kick down and to hold on to lower ratios for longer. I was able to achieve the sprint from zero to 100 km/h at a speed of 10.05 seconds and that’s pretty low. My consumption of fuel on the road, on the combined cycle, was 7.5L/100km which is sufficient in the typical ICE car but not enough for a hybrid. It’s a credit to Mazda that it handles and rides well, similar to the closely-related CX-30 or Mazda 3. Mazda’s suspension permits somebody’s movements, but it’s very natural and energizing, as well as control.

2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring Redesign
2022 Mazda MX-30 G20e Touring Redesign

It shaves speed bumps as well as the expansion joint well, and with smooth but precise steering and it settles down after unruly movements. Its body control to counter the forces of cornering is also a plus even on rough surfaces even with the torsion beam in its rear. It’s also extremely well-built and quiet, with a 67 decibel average on B-roads at 100km/h higher than other vehicles that aren’t luxury. The Toyota C-HR on the same strip allowed 72 decibels of wind and tire noise for the sake of the context.