At 30K Miles, Our 2021 Mazda CX-30 Doesn’t Measure Up to the CX-5

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At 30K Miles, Our 2021 Mazda CX-30 Doesn’t Measure Up to the CX-5

The 30,000-mile mark is often a tough milestone for a car in our long-term fleet. As a vehicle approaches the end of the test, we’re either still as enthralled with it as when it was new, it’s causing us some headaches, or our opinions on it are mostly cemented in place. With our Mazda CX-30, we quickly learned what we do and don’t like—which you can read about in past updates—but overall it’s not as popular among our staff as the larger CX-5 that won our 10Best award four years in a row.

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