2017 MAZDA CX-9

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25,319 Miles
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Miles above average

Vehicle Details

Mileage: 25319
Color: SILVER
Body Style: SUV
Doors: 4
Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic
Engine Type: 2.5L 24V
Drive Train: AWD
Fuel: GAS
Location: Appleton, WI

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Option & Equipment

2nd and 3rd row head airbags
ABS and Driveline Traction Control
Adaptive cruise control,4-wheel ABS Brakes
Aluminum dash trim
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Audio controls on steering wheel
Audio system memory card slot
Audio System Premium Brand Speakers: Bose
Bluetooth wireless phone connectivity
Braking Assist
Bucket front seats
Compass
Cruise controls on steering wheel
Daytime running lights
Digital Audio Input
Driver and passenger heated-cushion
driver and passenger heated-seatback
Driver seat memory
Dual illuminated vanity mirrors
Electrochromatic rearview mirror
Express open/close glass sunroof
External temperature display
Fold forward seatback rear seats
Front and rear reading lights
Front fog/driving lights
Front Ventilated disc brakes,1st
Fuel Consumption: City: 20 mpg
Fuel Consumption: Highway: 26 mpg
Heated driver mirror
Heated passenger mirror
Intercooled Turbo
Interior air filtration
Leather seat upholstery
Leather steering wheel trim
Leather/metal-look shift knob trim
Manual Folding Third Row Seat
Manufacturer's 0-60mph acceleration time (seconds): 8.8 s
Mazda Connect
Memorized Settings for 2 drivers
Navigation system with voice activation
Passenger Airbag
Piano black center console trim
Piano black/aluminum door trim
Power liftgate
Power remote driver mirror adjustment
Power remote passenger mirror adjustment
Power remote trunk release
Power windows
Privacy glass: Deep
Radio Data System
Rear air conditioning with separate controls,50-50 Third Row Seat
Rear heat ducts with separate controls
Rear seats center armrest
Rear spoiler: Lip
Remote power door locks
Roof rails
Side airbag
Silver aluminum rims
SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite Radio
Speed Sensitive Audio Volume Control
Speed-proportional electric power steering
Split rear bench
Stability controll with anti-roll
Surround Audio
Suspension class: Regular
Tachometer
Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
Total Number of Speakers: 12
Trip computer
Turn signal in mirrors
Video Monitor Location: Front
Wheel Diameter: 20
Wheel Width: 8.5

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Information about Dealer

No respect for people's time!

2.3
Wi sports fan on 10/28/2016

Customer Service: 2.0 Buying Process: 2.0 Overall Facilities: 3.0

After committing to a vehicle I had to wait 2 hours for finance manager. It was already after 5:00 closing with no end in sight it was decided I could take the vehicle the 2 hours I had left to drive home. I was told I would have a call right away on Monday with my exact payment, rate and lender. I didn't receive a call until after 2:30 and found out they were adding the unnecessary gap insurance to my payment for the entire length of my loan!

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Vehicle Rating & Owner Reviews

Overall Rating
5
  Based on 1 reviews

Graceful Mile Muncher

5
Steve Clark on 03/21/2017

Performance: 0 Comfort: 0 Fuel Economy: 0 Fun To Drive: 0 Interior Design: 0 Exterior Design: 0 Build Quality: 0 Reliability: 0 Comfort Rating: 5 Performance Rating: 4 Interior Rating: 5 Reliability Rating: Safety Rating: 5 Technology Rating: 5 Value Rating:

I recently got to spend a week driving the new 2017 Mazda CX-9 Signature Edition. Initially I didn't have high hopes. You see, I'm a sports car guy. The CX-9 is an SUV and we all know how well SUV's handle, right? However, I decided to approach it with an open mind and hoped some redeeming quality would pique my interest. The exterior was surprisingly attractive - not your typical slab-sided SUV or "look-at-my-cray-cray-design" crossover. Instead, it was an elegantly styled SUV body with very artistic details. Overall, I'd call it "wind-sculpted." Throughout the week, I found myself looking at other SUV drivers with pity, wondering how they could stand driving those bland boxes when something this smart looking was available. And as much as I liked the exterior, the interior was even MORE attractive: black carpeting, auburn red leather seats, piano black panels, chrome bits for accent, and rosewood switch bezels on the doors. It has to be the most beautiful and inviting interior I've ever been in. It's the kind of interior that makes you want to stay just a bit longer. When I was informed that it only had a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, I immediately expected that it was going to be underpowered but Mazda's SkyActiv technology that they keep touting is evidently a real thing and not just a marketing ploy because the CX-9 never really felt underpowered to me. Sure, it wasn't going to win any drag races but it was quick to reach the speed limit and once at speed, it offered plenty of power for passing and overtaking. But what really amazed me and changed my mind about the CX-9 was the handling. After driving around for a few days, getting comfortable with it, I got a little bored and decided to push it a little down some backroads near my house that had a nice mix of curves and hills. Selecting "Sport" mode on the center console, I got kind of aggressive with it and drove it more like a sports car. And the CX-9 never batted an eye. It gracefully glided through the curves like no SUV I've ever driven. The engine and transmission were responsive to my driving style, helping me get the most out of the car, and when I needed to slow down fast, the anti-lock brakes did a superb job of controllably and confidently slowing it down. I've always known Mazda for the Miata, but it appears that even their more pedestrian people movers have that same sporting DNA that people who love to drive look for. On top of that, Mazda loaded the CX-9 with a raft of safety technology to keep you in your lane, warn you of blind spot drivers and cross traffic as you back up in parking lots, and many other things. When the week was up, I was thoroughly impressed with this vehicle and I know that if I ever need an SUV, Mazda will be the first (and probably ONLY) brand I look at. The only thing I could have wanted on the car would be paddle shifters behind the steering wheel. It would have made it even more fun to drive and a little less SUV-ish. Still, overall, it's a winner. Very nicely done, Mazda. Very nicely done.



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