2011 MAZDA CX-9

The highly refined Mazda CX-9 utility vehicle receives redesigned wheels and improved fuel economy for 2011.
Deftly blending sporty driving spirit with seven-passenger crossover utility vehicle practicality, the CX-9 is powered by a 273-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 engine and features standard Roll Stability Control, standard Bluetooth hands-free phone and an available advanced Blind Spot Monitoring system, which helps see and prevent the unexpected.
Other available features include two-position heated front seats, BOSE audio system, an available Multi Information Display for audio with rearview camera and available NAVI with Real Time Traffic System.
Mazda’s smooth and flowing silhouette, prominent wheels and tires, muscular fenders and steeply angled windshield give the CX-9 a dramatic-but-refined look. After a cosmetic update in 2010, CX-9 adds new-design 20- and 18-inch wheels for 2011.
The driver is greeted by a neatly organized combination of cylindrical shapes and blacked-out instruments on a T-shaped instrument panel. Brightly edged gauges and indirect blue illumination set a cool mood. Interior craftsmanship and attention to detail is visible with the soft trim elegantly configured and constructed of top-quality materials. Seats have an inviting yet sporty look and feel appropriate to this type of vehicle. The dash panel houses large, clearly marked entertainment and climate controls.
Front-wheel drive is standard in the Mazda CX-9 for excellent drivability, with Active Torque All-Wheel Drive optionally available.
Base model estimated mpg: 17/24
Estimated starting price: $29,135
Compiled by Motor Matters

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