There must be something going on over at Mazda HQ these days. For some reason, the Mazda CX-30s are flying off dealer lots like Taylor Swift tickets. In October of 2021, the company sold only 3,147 versions of the spunky small SUV. This October, the company sold 6,666. That’s a 112% difference, for those of us can’t do the math in our heads.
In the latest sales numbers released by Mazda, the CX-30 wasn’t the only Mazda to see major sales percentage jump. The CX-9 seven-passenger SUV, saw a 43% increase and several cars did, too. For the year, the company has so far sold 44,052 CX-30s.
Sure, Mazda sold about 3,000 more versions of its larger CX-5 SUV, but sales of that SUV are down 7% this year. The CX-5 sales could possibly be cannibalized by Mazda’s own CX-50 SUV, which is almost the same midsize SUV.