2017 Mazda CX-9 ratings and reviews
What sets the CX-9 apart from its competition is its interior quality and materials which are far superior to others in its class. With plenty of space throughout, even in the back row, riding in the Mazda CX-9 is comfortable and enjoyable, especially if you’re the one driving. With a turbocharged four-cylinder 2L engine on all trims, capable of producing 227 horsepower on regular gas and up to 250 horsepower on premium, you can get great acceleration and top speed. With a relatively lightweight for a car of this size, it has a class-leading fuel economy of 10.6L/100km in the city on FWD trims and 11.5L/100km on all-wheel-drive versions. There are four trims to choose from, GS, GS-L, GT, and Signature. You can also opt for FWD on the base GS model, but all other trims are AWD. As standard on all models, you’ll get a rearview camera, hill start assist, and touchscreen console. You can also upgrade to a 12-speaker Bose audio system in the GT trim or a power glass moonroof and leather seating, starting as standard in the GS-L, GT and Signature trim.