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As an introduction, I am a long-time Mazda owner and fan. I have owned a B2000 pickup, MPV Minivan, and first generation Mazda6 in the past and currently own a 2019 Mazda3 and my kids drive a 2016 Mazda2 ((Scion iA) and a 2015 Mazda3. I have never had an interest in EVs, Hybrids, or SUVs. My preference has always been for a small sharp handling car. If I were ever to drive an EV or SUV, it would be a Mazda.

I am excited and scared about Mazda’s effort in a radical new direction. I credit Mazda’a success over the past 10 years or so to consistency and slowly enhancing technologies instead of significant change.

The MX-30 is a radical change but, I suspect, a necessary change in a new direction that is critical to its long term success.

Time will tell. I am routin for ya Mazda!
 

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Welcome @dpaCPA. Have you driven any other of Mazda's latest cars and SUV's? I heard that the MX-30 will share a platform with the CX-30. So while we wait, it might be something to try out.
 

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Welcome @dpaCPA. Have you driven any other of Mazda's latest cars and SUV's? I heard that the MX-30 will share a platform with the CX-30. So while we wait, it might be something to try out.
I didn’t know the MX-30 was based on the CX-30. That should be good foundation.

The CX-30 is based on the fourth generation Mazda3, which I currently drive (at least when I get a chance to drive with the pandemic.) I am impressed with the Mazda3 but have not yet driven the CX-30.
 
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