Mazda has, in fact, been slow to announce updates for its 2022 model years vehicles. What is new and the pricing information has finally been announced for the 2022 Mazda CX-30. It would include the small-but-significant changes and the addition to the lineup.
Mazda CX-30 and Features Comparable to Other Carmaker Models
Now, every CX-30 is going to come standard with an all-wheel drive. Thus, previously, the base 2.5-liter naturally aspirated inline-four did come standard with a front-wheel drive and did offer an AWD as an option. Also, making an AWD standard does make the CX-30 consistent with similar-sized and priced SUVs such as the Ford Bronco Sport, Subaru Crosstek, and all about one Kia Seltos trim level. Moreover, the CX-30’s turbo 2.5-liter has always come standard with AWD. In fact, there is a much smaller update: the roof rails are now included on all but the base S trim level.
Carbon Edition is new to the lineup. In fact, it is only available with the base engine. There is a Preferred trim level which is only available in Polymetal Gray paint. Plus an exclusive red leather interior. Plus as the name does imply, it has black wheels and gloss-black mirrors.
The pricing is going up across the board. However, it does differ significantly by trim level. The base S trims are only up to $150. The Select goes up to $550. The Preferred is $1,200, and the Premium is $1,800. Also, all the Turbo trims see less important price increases. They consider they already came standard with all-wheel drive. The base Turbo does go up to $150, while the Premium and Premium Plus are going to go up by $350.
All new prices are below and include the $1,225 destination charge: Base S: $23,425; the S Select: $25,825; the S Preferred: $28,875; S Carbon Edition: $29,515 and the S Premium: $31,725. The Turbo: $31,425, Turbo Premium: $34,025 and Turbo Preminum Plus: $35,625.