The Mazda CX-30 Has Lots of Tech
The automotive industry has been abuzz with the release of the Mazda CX-30, a compact crossover SUV meant to fill the space between the CX-3 and the CX-5. Critics’ and customers’ feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, leading more and more people to look into the stellar vehicle. One of the reasons people are loving it is the sheer amount of technological integration it has.
Let’s take a look and answer:
Does the Mazda CX-30 have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto?
The CX-30 has an emphasis on staying connected. It has unparalleled smartphone integration via Mazda Connected Services and the MyMazda App, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and an integrated Wi-Fi hotspot. You can start your car, set the interior temperature, set up a route for navigation, get your favorite podcast or playlist going, and more, all from your smartphone. And once you’re inside the CX-30, you can use the 8.8-inch screen and multifunction Commander control to make everything just the way you like. The driver also has an Active Driving Display that projects vital information, like speed and speed limit, right into your line-of-sight
The CX-30 has an impressive list of safety features. It includes blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, radar cruise control with stop & go tech, smart brake support, high beam control, adaptive front-lighting, lane departure warning with lane-keep assist, and driver attention alert. The CX-30 also has available i-ACTIV AWD, the proprietary Mazda AWD system that dynamically controls the torque sent to each tire to effectively eliminate wheel slippage.