Compare 2021 Mazda CX-30 vs 2021 Honda HR-V


2021 Mazda CX-30
2021 Honda HRV
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2021 Mazda CX-30

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2021 Honda HRV

25 city / 33 hwy*

Fuel Economy

28 city / 34 hwy*
186 HP

Horsepower

141 HP
2.5L 4 cyl

Engine

1.8L 4 cyl

Serving Houston and Katy, TX

If an SUV that does it all is what you have in mind for your next car, the 2021 Mazda CX-30 is a perfect solution. The Mazda made its debut in 2020, which means that it doesn’t need much to stay fresh and competitive in 2021. Nevertheless, Mazda opted to give the CX-30 some updates anyways. This year, the Mazda receives a new engine that you can get for more power. The Mazda also adds some new technology to the base level, including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Both features were previously standard on the higher-end Mazda CX-30 trims. The latest Mazda also adds a new Bose sound system to its Premium Package for richer sound quality. If the CX-30 sounds appealing, don’t wait to take an online test drive of the Mazda CX-30 at Jeff Haas Mazda today. You can also ask us about the 2021 Honda HR-V, which is another vehicle in the Mazda’s class. We can tell you why the Mazda is our preferred choice for power, interior design, features, and more.

Interior

An online test drive of the Mazda CX-30 with Jeff Haas Mazda is also a good way to get a sense for the interior of the CX-30, which has many exciting features at all trim levels. This year, you can enjoy Android Auto and Apple CarPlay across the board, including on the base trim. The base-level CX-30 has an 8.8-inch infotainment system, and it gets several key safety features including lane-keep assist, automatic braking, and forward collision warning. The second trim, called the Select, adds rear tinted windows to the mix. It also gets dual-zone climate control. Seating material is upgraded to simulated leather upholstery. Some minor changes to its exterior lighting is another distinguishing feature. The following trim adds heated seats, a Bose sound system, and styling differences. At the top, the Premium gets adaptive front lights, a power liftgate, and leather seats. The Honda only gets a five-inch infotainment system to start. The largest display screen available is a seven-inch system. Many advanced safety aids that are included on the CX-30 across the board are only added to the higher-end trims of the Honda.

Performance and Handling

Through an online test drive you will also be able to check out the Mazda’s new and improved power and performance options. The new base engine for the CX-30 is a turbo 2.5L engine. This engine, which has four cylinders, creates 227 HP. Its maximum torque output is 310 LB-FT with regular fuel and 10 LB-FT more if you use octane fuel. The engine replaces the one from 2020 that delivered 186 HP. The Mazda’s new engine beats the Honda’s engine, which has a power output of 141 HP at most. Additionally, the Mazda CX-30 is now offered with all-wheel drive for enhanced performance in a range of conditions. The Honda’s engine produces 127 LB-FT of torque at most as well, which is considerably less than the Mazda.

Style

At Jeff Haas Mazda, you can easily try out the 2021 Mazda CX-30’s different trim levels. The Mazda CX-30 Jeff Haas Mazda has many premium features starting at the base level, including LED lights and alloy wheels. Tinted windows come with the second trim level, while the top two trims get custom styling accents. A new variant is offered in 2021 called the Turbo. This trim level gets its own set of unique accents that help separate it from the others. Alloy wheels with a black finish, black caps for the mirrors, and larger tailpipes are some of its features. LED headlights are not included at the entry level for the Honda HR-V. The Honda does not have unique trim-specific styling accents either. The second trim has slightly larger wheels, which distinguish it from other trims, but the top trims don’t have any differences.


Contact Jeff Haas Mazda today to schedule your online test drive of the Mazda CX-30.


*All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.