First drive: taking on Germany with the new Mazda CX-30 crossover

20 July 2019
Colin Smith | driven.co.nz

Winding roads through the hills of the Taunus region, on the northern outskirts of Frankfurt, Germany, take you past hiking and bike trails.
Roadside signs warn of deer, and we saw a squirrel safely make a dash across the highway. We got to wondering whether there might be bears in the woods — because the car we were driving has a Goldilocks personality.
Sounds cute? Let us explain. Mazda used these roads for the global launch of its new CX-30 crossover/SUV contender. Click here for full article.

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