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Ceremonial version Slender shapes, as well as the welcoming and well-appointed interiors, remain also the hallmarks of the 2021 edition of the mid-size crossover (440 cm long) Mazda CX-30. On the occasion of the centenary of the Japanese home, a new place comes 100 years old (The image below), Reserved for the 2.0-XM Hybrid (mounts from the newly renovated 2-liter e-Skyactiv X, with 7 more hp) with a six-speed manual gearbox and front-wheel drive. Features white body color and burgundy seat upholstery, with the Centennial logo engraved on the headrests. In the 36.500 euros The Mazda CX-30 2.0 X-Hybrid 100 includes 18-inch alloy wheels with custom logo, LED matrix headlights, heated and electrically adjustable front seats, plus a multimedia system with an 8.8-inch screen and a navigator. The full suite of driving aids includes the automatic emergency braking system, which is also active when reversing and monitoring the blind spot in the mirrors.

They have worked very long As mentioned, the other grandmother is related toUpdate One of the strongest among Motors Light gasoline hybrid from Mazda CX-30, 2.0 e-Skyactiv X, which now has a slightly lower compression ratio, from 16.3: 1 to 15: 1, without losing efficiency according to the Japanese home. The principle of operation, which uses a light mixture (that is, with a lower fuel / air ratio) and pressure ignition (somewhat similar to a diesel engine) does not change, but is controlled by a spark plug. In detail, the engine e-Skyactiv X It works through a first injection that sends a “light” mixture into the cylinder, and only when the piston is roughly on top of the dead center does a second burst of richer mixture come out and the spark plug goes off. Thanks to its high pressure ratio, this “fireball” heats up, compresses the remainder of the mixture, and completely ignites it. According to Mazda, the engine can thus achieve high efficiency in favor of fuel consumption and pollutant emissions. Other changes concern the piston crown profile, valve timing and electronic engine management. The result of all these interventions increased power from 179 to 186 hp, and maximum torque: 240 Nm at 4000 rpm and 16 Nm more than before. As before, the gasoline engine is mated to a 48-volt, 7.9 hp electric unit, connected to a four-cylinder via a belt, and a small lithium-ion battery. Thanks to the improvements in the petrol engine, the declared consumption of this moderate hybrid system has decreased: 17.9 km / l on average against the previous 15.4 (both based on the WLTP cycle), in the version with the manual gearbox.

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how are you – In the directory there are 186 horses from Mazda CX-30 2.0-XM Hybrid They respond more quickly at lower revs compared to the version with a 179-hp engine, and after 4000 rpm the delivery becomes almost sporty, accompanied by a pleasant sound. The equipment tested is the richest exclusively (34,550 euros with almost everything as standard, including the leather interior), which among the options offers a six-speed automatic transmission present in the test car. It costs 2000 euros (including the winches behind the wheel) and is estimated for adequate smoothness and speed, highlighting the impression that the car is more energetic and satisfactory in recovery. For the rest, the Mazda CX-30 2.0-XM Hybrid Emphasized as an enjoyable crossover to drive, it lends itself to lively speeds combined with good comfort, thanks to the sound insulation of the passenger compartment. Despite the generous footprint of the 215/55 R 18 (standard) tires, the non-too-stiff suspension setup ensures subtle absorption of bumps in the asphalt and limits rolling enough to give good agility. Nothing to complain about the steering, precise and not too heavy. During the test handled with the Brio on mountain roads and on the highway, the on-board computer calculated the consumption at about 12 km / l.

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