September 30, 2016
How the Media Views the New Mazda CX-9
Debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year and introduced this year, the all-new 2016 Mazda CX-9 is designed to offer families with plenty of comfort and interior space, and drivers with plenty of fun behind the wheel thanks to a revolutionary engine that sets the standard in terms of torque and fuel economy in its class.
Here’s what the media had to say about the new Mazda CX-9:
"Inside and out, the CX-9 is attractively styled; estimated fuel economy is better than the class average; comfortable interior remains quiet on the highway; top level Signature trim is on par with some luxury-brand competitors" – Edmunds.com
"Incorporating zoom-zoom charisma into a three-row crossover is no easy feat, but Mazda’s engineers pull it off with the CX-9. A well-tuned suspension provides admirable handling, and the steering is light but precise. A 250-hp 2.5-liter turbo four mates with a six-speed automatic and either front- or all-wheel drive" – Car & Driver
"For a brand that leans heavily on its performance credentials, Mazda sells a lot of SUVs: CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9. In its first go-round, the CX-9 earned a reputation as a smartly conceived crossover SUV, oversupplied with good handling if a bit shy on interior room and features. Now, a new CX-9 is hoping to move the yardsticks, with even better performance hitched to more interior room, better safety, and more tech features" – The Car Connection
To learn more about the new Mazda CX-9, contact us today at Atlantic Mazda.