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2.5 2WD Turbo Luxury 7-Seater (A)
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10.8km/L 228 bhp 6-speed (A) Activematic
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2.5 2WD Turbo (A)
$186,800 (Oct 2018) spacer
10.7km/L 228 bhp 6-speed (A) Activematic
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2.5 AWD Turbo Super Luxury 7-Seater (A)
$192,888 (Oct 2020) spacer
10.4km/L 228 bhp 6-speed (A) Activematic
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2.5 AWD Turbo (A)
$196,800 (Oct 2018) spacer
10.4km/L 228 bhp 6-speed (A) Activematic
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2.5L AWD Turbo Luxury 7-Seater (A)
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10.4km/L 228 bhp 6-speed (A) Activematic
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Mazda CX-9
4 stars - based on 5 reviews
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Car Review - Mazda CX-9 2.5 2WD Turbo (A)
It is certainly comfortable, premium and practical, but it is the CX-9's hilariously powerful engine that made us come away with a huge grin on our faces.
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Mazda - reminding me of a Continental experience
We have been looking for a long time for 7 seater SUVs - and this market is well stocked with competition (Sorento, Santa Fe, Fortuner, Kodiaq, etc) We opted for the CX-9, having tracked the price for ~1 year with the same SE. Given the recent CCB lift, we finally plunged in. The car's styling is sleek - much nicer than the rest of the cars with no cheap looking plastic on the exterior The interior is spacious - google the dimensions and you'll know how big this car is, dwarfing most of it's competition. Space is not wasted inside - the third row has ample space for an adult (I'm 1.74M). The engine is powerful - the 2.5T pushes you back in the seat when accelerating and the turning is of an acceptable radius The car is made in Japan - a refreshing change given how most other brands have shifted their manufacturing lines to Thailand, CN The features are above average - this is their flagship vehicle (I think CX8 may be replacing this car as flagship). I feel the Santa Fe offers more bang for buck in the features space (e.G. Automatic sunroof, full digital speedometer which CX9 does not have) I would strongly recommend this car - and given the facelift 2020 model is not forecast to hit us for another 6 months, jump in at a good price.
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Yet Another BEAST Is Born!!
With a Plethora of choices to choose from, it can be really dificult to decide what car to buy. As part of a car hunt on a weekend, I and a group of Car Enthusiasts who all drive the 2008 Audi S5 went to Explore and Discover the Following: Mazda CX-9, Mazda 6, Nissan GT-R, Audi SQ5, Kia Cerato, Kia Stinger and Kia Carens. As a Continental car driver since the last decade, I have never touched any other brands other than the continental ones. Was pretty shocked that a Japanese Luxury Premium 7- Seater SUV Can perform comparably to a Continental Car. If Audi had not come up with the Audi SQ5, I would have booked the Mazda CX-9. The car is just simply breathtaking. As what you would have expect from what I have written, yes, I am now a proud owner, Still waiting, of an Audi SQ5. Although I personally did not book this unit, some of us from the group booked a unit. If I see the need for another family car, I know that the Mazda CX-9 would be the perfecr choice. Will be elaborating on why I say so in my Review later on. This review again is written in a Continental Car driver perspective. Hence, it would not be representative of everyone.
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More car than you'll ever need.
We bought this car based on excellent reviews from overseas and took delivery from the first batch in Singapore. Since then we have been up to Malaysia twice and thoroughly enjoyed travelling in this car. It handles well, is very comfortable and is well equipped. We compared this to some MPVs but this was easily the most fun and best looking choice.
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Soul of Motion
Have collected the beauty since March end 18. I'm amazed by it in terms of quietness and as well as the torque which the car picks up. It doesn't have many buttons in the cabin to confuse the driver, is interior design is designed to make things simple, satisfying and enableable with the drive. As for the fuel consumption, it has been performing at around 10.8L/100Km (40% Expressway & 60% Normal road), which is good enough for a 2 Ton car. By far, this may be the only Jap car which is comparable or rather closest to the Conti such as Audi Q7, XC90 & X5 in terms of comfort & quietness... However, CX9 will never be able to beat them in terms of the interior finishes quality (Personally feel that the plastic materials used for the side door storage & the center cabin piece are rather thin & soft, which feel inferior) For sound system, though Bose system is used. However, it seems that the bass is overwhelming.
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