Just curious, but has anyone seen even one ad for the CX-30 anywhere?
If it wasn't for this site, I'd never guess Mazda launched a new vehicle.
Every day on TV I see multiple ads for new stuff from the Koreans, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, etc., but not a peep from Mazda.
In particular, there's a lot of air play for the new Hyundai Kona, the Nissan Kicks, as well as TV ads for their other current models.
But what the heck is Mazda doing to get the word out on the CX-30? Nothing that I can see.
I've seen the odd bland boring ad for the CX-5 and the 3, but that's it.
I've never seen an ad for the 6 or the CX-3 or the CX-9.
It's like they don't care if they ever sell any of them.
Their lineup is small and inadequate to begin with, and yet they can't seem to be bothered to find the money in their budget to actually get the word out that they're in the car business.
Do they not want to sell anything?
I just don't get it.
Well, I mentioned earlier I hadn't seen an ad up here in Canada for the CX-30 yet.
I'm happy to report I've seen a CX-30 ad on tv several times in the past few days.
That's the good.
The bad is that the ad is about as bland and boring as a car ad can get.
I don't remember the "plot" at all to be honest.
I only noticed it was for the Mazda when they flashed the CX-30 emblem on the rear hatch at the end.
It could have been a generic ad for any similar type of vehicle.
I'm glad they're advertising it, but they really need to find a new ad company that can put a little zip into the message. Make it stand out somehow.
The ad does nothing to attract your attention.
Back to the drawing board Mazda.
I'm excited about all the new owners who love their CX-30s. Our lease is up in May. That's our next car.
The Autodimming mirror with Homelink was not available at all on any trim when I purchased mine in early-January (I actually said earlier I had had mine for a month but it's actually been two months!) so they offered it to me at cost when it comes in in March. Even though I was able to "build" it with the mirror on their website, in reality it wasn't available for purchase yet. Not sure if they are available yet on the vehicle directly from the factory. Based on your question, they must be now.Why would you have to add Homelink after the fact on a Premium and then pay for installation?
Yup. These "Lifestyle" ads just don't work. Maybe for a Peloton exercise bike they do, but not for a brand new car that Mazda has introduced and is trying to grab your attention.I see the ads all the time. They are very bland and don't show enough of the car. "Lifestyle" ads.