It was a wonder why this car was not launched alongside the other variants of the Mazda CX-30 when it first launched here in Malaysia. I mean, this variant of Mazda’s latest compact SUV launched just a few months after customers have made bookings!
Well, the all-wheel drive feature wasn’t the only thing added to Bermaz Motor’s latest offering. Keyless entry and walk away lock function was also added alongside the AWD system.
But, this is still the most expensive variant of the CX-30 lineup. Coming in at RM176k which is RM4k more than the 1.8D and has the same engine, transmission, and equipment as the 2.0 High and the 1.8D High variants, aside from the ones I mentioned earlier, is it worth the money?
Well, that’s what we’re going to find out. Spoiler alert, I do love this car. Checkout our full review to find out why.
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