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Solid - Arctic white
Arctic white works better on the CX-30 than it does on some other Mazda models thanks to the contrasting effect of the extended dark plastic wheelarches and bumpers. It’s a really handsome car, too so frankly it can pull off any colour.
Metallic - Ceramic white
More silver than white, this Ceramic White is a clean and tidy option that will also do well if you choose to sell it on. It doesn't excite compared to colours like Soul Red though.
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Metallic - Platinum quartz
We just said that the CX-30’s handsome shape can carry off most colours, but here’s one where it struggles a little. Beige is a tough colour to try and make interesting, and though the CX-30 tries to do it, it can’t quite pull it off.
Metallic - Polymetal grey
Polymetal grey looks fine, and very fine actually on the CX-30’s handsome shape but there is a better — and not that much more expensive — grey option just up the price list…
Mica - Deep crystal blue
Deep crystal blue is a very light sensitive shade. In the right light (lots of sun, preferably) it looks deep and shimmering and fascinating. On darker days, it just looks a bit too flat and plain.
Mica - Jet black
The problem with Jet black and the CX-30 is that the interplay between the black paint and the grey wheelarch extensions just ends up making both look a bit cheap. Best avoided.
Pearl - Snowflake white
As with Arctic white, the CX-30’s contrasting body parts really help to lift it and make it look sharper, but you are paying quite a lot extra for what its a fairly subtle metallic effect. You’d be better off with the basic solid white, really.
Premium metallic - Machine grey
Worth spending the extra over Polymetal grey? Oh yes — Machine grey has a fabulously deep colour that works spectacularly well with the ‘tornado line’ effect along the CX-30’s side panels.
Special metallic - Soul red crystal
It’s expensive, but you can’t really go wrong with Mazda’s Soul red crystal. It’s a deep, vibrant red with lots of sparkle in the metallic flake, and it looks great on the CX-30.