The 2021 Mazda CX-30 Is Here

After a first model that caught on with consumers in 2020, Mazda Canada is launching the 2021 new Mazda CX-30. This new generation of compact SUV stands out thanks to its numerous safety features, comfort and driving pleasure. Experience a new and improved driving experience with the latest Mazda CX-30 model.

Baie-Comeau Mazda of the L’Ami Junior group on the Côte-Nord near Pointe-Lebel and Chute-aux-Outardes describes the vehicle for you.


The new Mazda impresses with its many advanced driver assistance technologies, among other things. The i-Activesense technology package, for example, is greatly appreciated by drivers. With features such as adaptive front lighting and automatic high beam and wipers, there’s no need to look any further.

Safety is also optimized with sensor-based cruise control, automatic emergency brakes, lane departure warning, and much more. Cutting-edge technology awaits you with the standard head up display, which projects important information in colour onto the windshield.

And it doesn’t stop there: enjoy the modernity of an excellent infotainment system. With its 8.8-inch colour screen, connectivity and compatibility with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and USB plugs, you won’t miss a thing. Take a step further with the CX-30 GT, which includes a 12-speaker Bose audio system for exceptional sound quality.

All models are powered by a Skyactiv-G four-cylinder engine, equipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission. In the GS and GT versions, however, more power awaits you with a 2.5-litre engine developing up to 250 horsepower at 320 lb-ft of torque. The base version nonetheless offers competitive fuel consumption, as low as 7.1 L/100 km.

Even enjoy 4-wheel drive with the i-Activ all-wheel drive system, standard on the GT and optional on the GS. This 27-sensor system monitors and adapts to road and weather conditions for a safer and more enjoyable drive. Since it minimizes unnecessary energy loss, it also helps improve fuel economy.

What adds to the vehicle’s driving pleasure is the space and comfort it offers to both driver and passengers. Heated, 3-way adjustable front seats, standard on all vehicles, are fitted with a heated steering wheel starting with the GS version. For passengers, dual-zone temperature control optimizes the comfort of everyone on board. Would you like more luxury? Step into the GT, with its leather-trimmed seats and glass sunroof. Mazda’s quietest interior ensures you’ll have the utmost peace of mind.

No matter what your needs are, you’ll never be in trouble thanks to the large 572-litre cargo capacity of the trunk. Add to that folding rear seats and you’re ready to handle any situation, planned or not. Whether you’re carrying furniture or suitcases for the whole family, your SUV won’t let you down.

Finally, the styling of the CX-30 pays tribute to Japanese precision, with curves and angles that let the light shine through, creating fluid reflections. You’ll appreciate the beauty of the car, expressed in the Kodo design, in the colours you like best. From Jet Black to Snow White Pearl, Crystal Red Metallic, Dark Crystal Blue and Mechanical Grey, elegance is guaranteed.

In short, the 2021 Mazda CX-30 has everything to offer in terms of advanced technology, comfort and reliability, in addition to a very elegant appearance. Trying it is adopting it: with the new generation of SUVs built specifically to meet your needs, you’ll rediscover the desire and the fun to drive.


Choose from a wide selection of new and used Mazda vehicles at your Baie-Comeau dealership. Its attentive and experienced team of experts will guide you through all the steps involved in the purchase of your next vehicle. The dealership, which is part of the L’Ami Junior group, also offers a whole new possibility in the purchase of vehicles: e-commerce. Whatever your preferences, all options are good, and you will always deal with an automotive expert who will be pleased to help you.

two people sitting behind the wheel of a 2021 mazda CX-30 with mazda baie-comeau logo

Posted on Sep 24, 2020