Test Drive Review Mazda CX-9

By | April 29, 2011

Test Drive Review Mazda CX-9

Really enjoyed my test drive of the Mazda CX-9.  I was really surprised how well the car handled and performed for a midsize crossover SUV.

I was comfortable in the drivers seat and there were plenty of gadgets and gizmo’s that made the driving experience more enjoyable.  The blind spot warning detector was a great example of this.  If there is a car in your blind spot and you want to change lanes, a warning light appears in your left door rear mirror alterting you to danger.

40 to 0 mph brake test – passed with little or no forward angle thrust.  Sound system was good.  I want the navigational package but the car I drove didn’t have it available.  I’ll definitely want to see how it operates before I commit to any purchase.

Big advantage was price.  Fully loaded we’re looking at about $40,500 which will make it about $8000-$10,000 cheaper than all the other cars in my “final cut”.  All the others will have to prove they’re worth the extra investment.  :nod:

Today the Infiniti FX35 . . . . . .

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