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Choosing a car is a hectic process. Although it is exciting, there is also a sense of fear; what if you chose the wrong car? Luckily, the Mazda CX 30 comes with three different trims to make the decision easier for you.

The Mazda CX 30 earned the Car Driver’s Editor Choice Award for its near-luxury interior, upgraded technology, and eager driving dynamics. The trims you choose don’t change the interior, so you can gain the advantages of a modern-looking car despite the type of trims you select. Here are the three different trims that the Mazda CX 30 offers.

Mazda CX 30 GX

Despite being the cheapest option of the three, it provides various features such as G-Vectoring Control Plus, Electronic Parking Brake (EPB), and an upgraded infotainment system. However, what makes this vehicle different is the lower horsepower at 155 and 150-lb ft torque.

This vehicle comes equipped with more standard features such as unlimited mileage warranty and” 16″ alloy wheels (dark grey high-lustre metallic finish) despite the lower horsepower. The wheels are two inches smaller than the GS and GT. You can take the GX as is or build it with additional features. If you’re worried about the cost, you can look into Mazda pre owned vehicles, and you might find a Mazda 30 GX that catches your eye.

Mazda CX 30 GS

A price step above the GX, this vehicle has similar elements. It comes with select i-Activsense safety features and Driver Attention Alert (DAA). In addition, the GS offers a luxury package option that requires the i-Activ AWD. You have a choice to upgrade leatherette-trimmed upholstery, 10-way power driver’s seat and more.

Another difference is that the GS comes with” 18″ alloy wheels (silver metallic finish) along with the price and additional feature options. This one could be an excellent choice for your next roadtrip if you want some similar features to the GT without the additional cost.

Mazda CX 30 GT

Your third option is the GT trim, the only one of the three where the car uses a bit more gas, at about 7.7L of for 100km of highway driving. It is the costliest of the three vehicles, so you can go for this one if your budget is higher. One additional benefit of this trim is that it comes with a complimentary 3-month subscription to SiriusXM® Satellite Radio and a complimentary 5-year subscription to SiriusXM Traffic Plus and Travel Link services.

The wheels on the GT are also different. They offer 18″ alloy wheels (gunmetal finish). The GT comes with an option to upgrade to the Skyactiv-G 2.5 T Dynamic Pressure Turbo. You can also change the exterior to wheels with a black finish, increase diameter exhaust pipes, and exterior mirrors in Jet Black.

All Mazda CX30 trims are unique, and some have add-on options at a lower cost than switching over to a different trim. But, we understand that choosing a vehicle is still an overwhelming process. But you can rest assured because Yorkdale Dufferin Mazda is available to help you with the car that meets your requirements.