Kelton Global recently conducted a Mazda Millennial Drivers Survey that sought input from over 1,000 drivers in America aged 23 – 38. The survey found that nearly half of Millennials would love to take a road trip if they had adequate time to do so. Per the survey’s results, most Millennials believe that taking road trips with loved ones is a valuable bonding experience.
Road Trip Barriers
Mazda aimed to uncover why, despite a strong desire to do so, 72 percent of Millennials aren’t taking road trips. Per the survey, one of the biggest reasons why young drivers aren’t heading out on road trips is because they lack confidence when driving in poor weather conditions. Other roadblocks discovered by the survey include poor-performing vehicles, inadequate vehicle space, and driving fatigue.
Solution from Mazda
Per Dino Bernacchi, the Mazda North American Operations chief marketing officer, “Mazda has been focused on how driving makes you feel for more than 50 years and as a brand rooted in essentialism and ingenuity, we are discovering new ways to heighten driving experiences. While all our vehicles deliver on this feeling, the CX-30 brings the best of what is next from a company that is known for being a driver’s car.”
If you are looking to take a road trip, visit El Dorado Mazda to test drive the all-new Mazda CX-30.
Mazda is shaking things up in its SUV and crossover lineup this year, introducing a brand-new model: the Mazda CX-30. The Mazda CX-30 debuted earlier this year at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. It highlighted the compact crossover’s roomy interior, sporty styling, and abundance of cargo capacity.
As of now, the CX-30’s United States engine specs haven’t been revealed. The European model, though, will come with two engine options. The first is a 2.0-liter inline-four gasoline-powered option that utilizes a mild hybrid technology to get solid efficiency ratings. A 1.8-liter diesel will also be available, paired to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. This model will offer an available all-wheel-drive system.
Mazda designed the CX-30 with versatility and space in mind for busy families. It is taller and more spacious than the CX-3, filling the gap between the CX-3 and CX-5. Along with offering 15.2 cubic feet of rear cargo space, the crossover will boast a sporty design, highlighted by sweeping bodylines and a sloping rear window that is similar to a coupe.
If you’re interested in the Mazda CX-30, contact El Dorado Mazda and we’ll let you know when it’s in stock.
Mazda unveiled the all-new 2020 CX-30 compact crossover at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The New CX-30 slots between the CX-3 and CX-5 and makes one thing certain: Mazda doesn’t intend to slow down any time soon. Featuring signature clean styling, an inspiring driving experience, and refined and well-equipped interior, the 2020 CX-30 is destined to be a popular new compact crossover.
As one would expect from the brand, the Mazda CX-30 design captures a sense of dynamic motion and confidence with flowing body lines and a clean, minimalist profile. A wide front grille and a low, solid stance add dramatic touches, while sleek headlamps and sloping roof will garner plenty of envious glances on the road.
Under the Hood
While we will have to wait for some specifics, we do know that the new CX-30 will come equipped with a potent 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine coupled to a six-speed automatic transmission with available all-wheel drive. A mild-hybrid system will boost efficiency.
The all-new CX-30 will seat five passengers in a surprisingly spacious cabin. Standard tech will include a new 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment display and a rotary controller used to access an intuitive connectivity system.
When Mazda releases the 2020 CX-30, we will have it here at El Dorado Mazda, along with our other award-winning Mazda models. Contact us if you want to be alerted when it’s in stock.