Mazda is a Japanese automaker that sells affordable cars and crossovers. The company is perhaps best known for the MX-5 Miata, a diminutive roadster that has earned constant praise since its inception in 1989, and embodies its Zoom-zoom motto.
The US-spec Mazda CX-30 makes its debut at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show.
There's at least there's been some thought about one in the UK.
The CX-30 will slot between the CX-3 and CX-5 here in the US.
The crossover costs several hundred dollars more, but like all Mazdas, it packs standard active safety tech.
And available second-row captain's chairs? Aye-aye, says Mazda.
And it's doing that by offering 1,100 restoration parts, all made in Japan, and all for the NA MX-5.
In what other base models do you find rain-sensing windshield wipers?
The brand's first electric vehicle will go on sale in Japan in late 2020.