When Mazda CX-9 will be available at dealers in the end of this spring, its price will start from $32,420. This price is a little bit higher in the segment of three rows CUVs than the company’s rivals.
All versions will be operating on company’s new engine that is turbocharged, develops 250 units of horsepower, and has an automatic for six speeds. It was reported that the automobile will run 22 miles in the city per gallon, 28 miles per gallon on highway, and 25 miles per gallon combined in the drive on all wheels. The customers will need to pay extra $1,800 in order to get an all-wheel drive.
Even the base version of the CX-9 acquired LED front and back lights, system of trailer equalization, backup camera, and an entertainment system for seven inches. For extra $950 customers can get a Sport Cluster, which has a power for driver’s seat, a heating system for front seats, and heating for mirrors on the sides. Additional tech is also disposable for extra cost that includes things like keyless entry, entertainment system for eight inches, automatic front lights, fog LED lights, brakes support, navigation, etc.
The top version for $44,915 has all the features and comes with the drive for all-wheel.