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Customer Review Summary for Mazda CX-9
Doesn't get much better than this.
sne4392 - Baltimore, MD11/25/2010
The Cx-9 is a wonderful suv. The space is decent, the performance is pretty good, and it is relatively cheaper than it's competitors. Some cons are gas mileage( but giving the size that's not to shocking), and the ride can be a bit harsh at times on rough pavement(although not having awd might help). Sometimes it feels like it can use just a tad more power( this was addressed in the 08 model year). Other than those small gripes the CX-9 is a marvelous suv. It is surprisingly fun to drive. It takes corners beautifully and body roll is minimal. Personally I think it's the best in the segment. Go see it for yourself and I am sure you will fall in love with it like I did.
Great Car at A Great Price
Tracie - Gardendale, AL12/05/2014
Lots of Space, Love the power, Good Price
FortMillMommy - Fort Mill, SC11/26/2012
This is a great car! I brought it used and it runs like it's brand new. It's very easy to handle and it doesn't have a bulky feel like a large SUV. It's very spacious with the 3rd row seat. The cargo space is limited, but that's expected given that it has the 3rd row seat. It doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles, but if you're buying for comfort and space, you will be satisfied. It can fit six adults comfortably. It's the perfect match between a minivan and a SUV. The seats have really nice soft leather...not the hard stiff kind in most SUVs.
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