The 2016 Mazda CX-9 has taken luxury to the next level. Between top of the line safety features and a newly driver focused design, this SUV is perfect for any taste. Whether you’re looking for luxury and class or top performance and safety, the CX-9 will keep on delivering. If you ask us our favorite thing about this car, the list would go on forever. So we narrowed it down to a few. Check out what we came up with!
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, the CX-9 proves that nothing is impossible. Make your driving experience much more relaxed with available i-ACTIVESENSE safety technology. Sophisticated cameras and radar will help warn you of dangers before you even encounter them. An especially awesome available feature is the Adaptive Front-Lighting System, which pivots your headlights 15 degrees whenever you turn a corner. This improves visibility and allows you to notice potential hazards that you may otherwise miss. These amazing features are only just the beginning.
Mazda’s SKYACTIV Technology already provides stellar driving performance and fuel efficiency; can you imagine that it’s even better on the CX-9? It’s right at the top of its class with up to an EPA-estimated 25 combined mpg. On top of that, the CX-9 has been engineered to give you optimal torque at lower RPMs. You can experience 310 ft-lb of torque at just 2,000 RPMs – which is significantly more than particular luxury models. Another especially cool part of this vehicle is that it was designed for pure driving enjoyment. There’s admittedly nothing about this experience that couldn’t impress you.
If you haven’t yet seen the Mazda CX-9, it’s most definitely a sight for sore eyes. Aside from three rows of seats and exemplary cargo space, sophistication and elegance illuminate the rest of the car. The shifter and console have been positioned higher this time around to give the driver a better sense of connection and control. The CX-9 easily debunks the “clunky” connotation that’s often associated with a 3-row SUV. It’s classy and eye-catching – from the outside in.
It doesn’t matter what you’re driving now. All that matters is what you’re driving next. We have your answer.