Mazda CX-9 Lease

2015 Mazda CX-9 Lease

$2589 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Miles: 36,000

MSRP $29,985

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The Mazda CX-9 lease gets you a large crossover SUV with a 3rd row. The CX-9 has great styling, great road manners, is Fun to drive with tons of performance.
In recent years, it is the compact SUVs that attract the most attention from buyers, but the full-size models continue to be enjoyed by many, especially because of their more generous space, but also for their ability to accommodate up to seven passengers. You do not like vans and looking for a vehicle that provided almost the same attractions? The Mazda CX-9 could possibly interest you, he who competes with models such as the Honda Pilot, Ford Explorer, Chevrolet Traverse, the Toyota Highlander and now the Hyundai Santa Fe XL.

Introduced in 2007, the CX-9 is getting a makeover this year it was given to the style of the day while infusing it “attitude” of the new Mazda vehicles, it’s called KODO, or the soul of the movement. This is the most beautiful effect. In fact, the style of the CX-9 is definitely the key to its success and the main reason that made you fall under its spell. Why? Because in this segment, manufacturers favor the convenience at the expense of style, while Mazda has managed to make her big sexy sporty SUV. It must be admitted that this chapter, Mazda has experience because for years, it offers a few models whose energy is at the heart of design and driving.

We love the flowing lines of the CX-9 and stature, well supported by wheels 18 or 20 inches. Its steeply raked windshield, its imposing front grille and dual exhaust help to make it very pretty. The front part is probably the most successful, resembling a little more to a car than a large SUV.
While the competition often has several versions and engines to catalog, Mazda is in simplicity. Two versions, GS and GT, the last more upscale, share the same engine, a six-cylinder 3.7-liter, 273 horsepower with a torque of 270 lb-ft. Power is transmitted by the only available transmission, a six-speed automatic. The GT version is given a series of all-wheel drive while it is optional on the GS. Of course, it is easy to advise even if the additional 3 000 $ seems a rather high premium compared to what is normally found. It is more common to have to pay about $ 1,500.

On board, we are delighted with the excellent vision all around, helped by a relatively high driving position. For my part, I would have liked to lower the seat a little more. The keyless entry system is now very common, is very convenient, but we would have liked a start button instead of having to turn the sort of protuberance that is located where the contact is normally found.
Moreover, our test model, a CX-9 GT, was conspicuous by its quality finish and materials gave a rich and luxurious look to the interior. The controls are intuitive and simple to understand, and that’s good. The central part of the table incorporates a new feature this year, a 5.8-inch screen displaying various information including the image of the rearview camera. In 2013, the CX-9 is also equipped with a USB input.

Practice, the CX-9 can carry seven people. Ideal if you have to deal with the needs of the family and the many sporting activities for your children. The middle row can accommodate three passengers and two others will sit in the third row. Access to the rear seats is facilitated by the sliding second row seats which advance and so allow a little more space to step into the vehicle floor. As to the loading space, it varies depending on the number of seats used from 487 liters with the seats up to 2851 liters a time they are folded. Awesome!

If several vehicles of this type are not the most exhilarating to drive, Mazda was able to translate his DNA “Vroom vroom” aboard the CX-9. Admittedly, it remains an impressive SUV, but it feels more dynamic and fun to drive. Its engine has good power, to overcome without embarrassment. His wheel drive gives it a higher balance in all conditions. Under ordinary driving conditions, 100% of engine torque is transmitted to the front wheels under heavy acceleration, or when a front wheel is about to spin, a percentage of the torque is transferred to the rear axle . The CX-9 thus acts as a traction vehicle most of the time.

Mazda promises a consumption of 12.8 liters per 100 kilometers in the city and 9.0 liters on the highway, while our test resulted in an average consumption of 11.7 l / 100 km, which is , well, not so bad. It must however admit that we stayed very laid with the accelerator and a good portion of our trip consisted of highways. Hopefully the next CX-9 will benefit from the technology SkyActive Mazda, which will benefit even more in this area.

If you are looking for an SUV capable of carrying up to seven passengers, with a driving feeling pleasant and dynamic style, be sure to try the CX-9, he could seduce you.