Model Release

2024 Mazda CX-30 | updated 21-model range

  • 21-model 2024 Mazda CX-30 retains the 122ps e-Skyactiv-G and 186ps e-Skyactiv-X engine.
  • New grade structure features Prime-Line, Centre-Line, Homura, Exclusive-Line and Takumi.
  • 2024 Mazda CX-30 sees infotainment upgrades, while Ceramic White paint is added to line-up.

The 2024 Mazda CX-30 features small updates to this ever popular compact SUV, while at the same time ensuring that its award-winning exterior design and efficient petrol engines remain unchanged. In line with other cars in Mazda’s range, the Mazda CX-30 moves to the latest grade naming strategy and across the 18-model range features Prime-Line, Centre-Line, Homura, Exclusive-Line and Takumi grades.

Updates to the 2024 Mazda CX-30 include a new larger central screen that has grown from 8 to 10.25 inches to allow for clearer navigation mapping. Other connectivity upgrades include Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus QI Wireless Charging, while Apple CarPlay and Android Auto navigation is now supported in the head-up display. Additionally, the 2024 Mazda3 now features USB Type-C charging ports. 

Retaining the same all-petrol engine line-up with a choice of 186ps e-Skyactiv-X or 122ps e-Skyactiv-G engines, the 2024 Mazda CX-30’s e-Skyactiv X engine features Mazda’s unique SPCCI Spark Controlled Compression Ignition technology and produces 186ps at 6,000rpm and maximum torque of 240Nm at 4,000rpm. Featuring a 15.0:1 compression ratio, optimised combustion control, uniquely shaped pistons and the innovative SPCCI combustion technology – the e-Skyactiv X engine delivers a broader operating band of combustion efficiency, which ensures e-Skyactiv X not only delivers higher maximum engine torque but also improved real-world fuel economy. The intake valve timing was adapted through modifying the intake camshaft, this lead to a reduction in pumping losses and further increases the engine’s specific heat ratio, resulting in improvements to the e-Skyactiv X’s fuel consumption.

In addition, the Mazda M Hybrid mild-hybrid system’s software ensures torque reactions issued through the belt-driven ISG that are quick enough to flatten the torque curve. As a result, the engine feels even smoother during linear acceleration. The most popular engine in the range, Mazda’s 2.0-litre e-Skyactiv G engine delivers 122ps and 213Nm of torque, like the e-Skyactiv X engine, all models feature Mazda M Hybrid mild-hybrid technology to ensure maximum efficiency. On selected models both engines can be matched to either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic gearbox for maximum customer choice. 

The 122ps e-Skyactiv G engine is available across all five 2024 Mazda CX-30 grades: Prime-Line, Centre-Line, Homura, Exclusive-Line and Takumi – with all but the Prime-Line offered with a choice of automatic or manual gearbox. Available with Centre-Line, Homura, Exclusive-Line and Takumi grades the 186ps e-Skyactiv X engine can be matched to an automatic gearbox on all the grades. 

Commenting on the 2024 Mazda CX-30, Jeremy Thomson, Managing Director Mazda UK, said:

“With its connectivity and interior screen upgrades, the 2024 Mazda CX-30 continues to be one of the best looking, highest quality and most generously equipped compact SUVs in the market.” 

- Ends -


Further press information is available at

Interactive Press Packs for all models are available at

Visit our media blog at

Follow us on Twitter @mazdaukpr


For further information please contact one of the following:

Graeme Fudge, PR Director | T: 01322 622 691 | E-mail:

Owen Mildenhall, PR Manager | T: 01322 622 713 | Email:

Monique Clarke, Press Officer | T: 01322 622 650 | Email:

Martine Varrall, Press Officer | T: 01322 622 776 | Email: