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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)
06 Dec 2017  |  Mazda Reviews
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.
Mazda - reminding me of a Continental ex...  
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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