Mazda once again shows that its vehicles have something special in them with the Mazda CX-30 winning the car of the year for 2020 in Thailand. This marks the third time in the Japanese brand’s history and the second year running that a Mazda vehicle has taken the award. Last year it was the Mazda3 that won the award for its styling and features, and in 2016 it was the Mazda CX-3. In the case of the CX-30, it was a top pick among seven finalists chosen by a judging panel comprised of over 60 automotive journalists.
The Mazda CX-30 brings with it the bold proportions of an SUV with an elegant styling that embodies the Japanese brand’s Kodo design language. Furthermore, the Mazda crossover also features a cabin that can comfortably seat four adults and offers a high level of quietness. The vehicle also comes with a high-quality interior that Mazda says has been refined to the smallest details.
This goes to show that the Mazda CX-30 not only looks beautiful and premium on the outside but also showcases how the Japanese brand has paid attention to the minute details on the inside as well. With its vehicles being held in high regard there really is something about the vehicles that Mazda makes that keeps people coming back for more. It might be in how each of its vehicles is beautifully designed down to the smallest details or how the vehicle handles on the road.
With another award safely under its belt, Mazda states that it is still committed to becoming a brand that creates a special bond with its customers. It also states that it wants to enrich its customer’s lives by offering a car ownership experience that focuses on the pure essence of cars — the joy of driving.