Our independent 2021 Mazda CX-9 review in Australia, including price, specs, interior, ride and handling, safety and score. Mazda Australia has updated its CX-9 SUV for 2021, introducing three new models for its flagship family favourite. Headlining the changes is a new range-topper, the all-wheel drive Mazda CX-9 Azami LE
A number of upgrades and new models will bolster the CX-9 into 2021. Mazda is updating its flagship CX-9 SUV with two new models and captain’s chairs for the luxe Azami LE. There are also equipment upgrades across the lineup. The two new variants are the GT SP and limited-edition
Price $68,532+ORC Warranty five-years, unlimited km Safety 5 stars Engine 2.5-litre four-cylinder turbo petrol Power 170kW at 5000rpm Torque 420Nm at 2000rpm Transmission six-speed automatic Drive all-wheel drive Dimensions 5075mm (L) 1969mm (W) 1747mm (H) 2930mm (WB) Seats seven Boot Space 230L (seven-seats up) 810L (five-seats up) Weight 2000kg Towing 750-2000kg (braked) Fuel Tank 74 litres Thirst 8.8L/100km claimed combined Mazda CX-9 report one: The anti-shaggin wagon LIKE MANY
Improved safety, convenience and driveability highlight changes for the 2020 Mazda CX-9
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