Mazda MX-30 update arrives with new colours, higher prices
Mazda Australia has launched a mildly updated version of its funky MX-30 crossover, with customer deliveries starting now.
Local pricing for the 2023 Mazda MX-30 is also up $400 across the range, now starting at $36,610 before on-road costs for the G20e Evolve mild-hybrid and extending to $66,410 before on-roads for the all-electric E35 Astina. A full price list is at the bottom of this story.
This particular update for the MX-30 was first revealed for the Japanese market in October last year.
Zircon Sand Metallic with Black roof
A highlight of the update are new two-tone exterior paint colours, with Soul Red Crystal Metallic and Zircon Sand Metallic available with a black roof across the entire range.
There’s also Jet Black Mica with a Silver Mica contrasting roof that’s available on the G20e Astina mild-