The base Mazda CX-9 Sport trim is receiving a new Mazda Connect™ infotainment system with a 10.25-inch center display, standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, and a three-year Mazda Connected Services trial.
The new Mazda CX-9 Carbon Edition slots just above the Touring trim and features exclusive Polymetal Gray paint, 20-inch black metallic aluminum wheels, and red leather seats. Joining the Grand Touring and Signature trims, the Carbon Edition also offers a pair of new i-ACTIVSENSE® safety features: Smart City Brake Support Reverse and Driver Attention Alert.
The high-end Signature trim has a new look for the new model year. The front grille features a titanium gray metallic finish, the 20-inch alloy wheels present a brilliant silver finish, and the interior comes with patterned aluminum trim and updated seat quilting and piping.
What hasn’t changed for 2021 is the Mazda CX-9’s high-value features, flexible design, and thrilling performance. All models come with a muscular 250-horsepower SKYACTIV-G® turbo engine, a comprehensive package of i-ACTIVSENSE® safety technologies, and upscale touches like heated front seats and LED lighting.* For heightened luxury, turn to the Grand Touring and Signature trims, which offer ventilated seats, Mazda Navigation, Bose® sound, and much more.
The 2021 Mazda CX-9 is coming soon to Wantagh Mazda. You can get in on the excitement by scheduling your test drive in Wantagh, New York.
*250 hp and 320 lb-ft of torque with 93 octane fuel. 227 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque with 87 octane fuel.
Mazda is a family-centric automaker that makes it a priority to offer vehicles designed for families of all ages and lifestyles. Traveling through the suburbs is a breeze in the Mazda CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9, but heading into New York City can be cause for concern. That’s why Mazda is packing in more safety features each and every year. Here’s a closer look at some Mazda SUV safety.
The latest addition to Mazda’s safety features comes in the form of Automatic Emergency Braking. The active safety technology will be standard on all new Mazda vehicles by September 2022. The system is currently standard or available on the Mazda CX-3 and CX-5.
Automatic Emergency Braking uses on-board radar and cameras to detect when a crash is imminent. Once a collision is detected, the system warns the drivers and adjusts the brakes for more rapid braking. If the driver fails to respond, the system will apply the brakes on its own.
Mazda SUV safety is growing with more active safety technologies making their way to the road each year. Automatic Emergency Braking improves driver safety by offering the capability to hit the brakes fast to avoid hitting pedestrians and other vehicles.
Federal Crash Test Results
Many consumers put much of their confidence in federal crash tests results. We here at Wantagh Mazda are happy to announce that the Mazda CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9 all earned Top Safety Pick+ Ratings, the highest rating possible, from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The automotive market is always on the move. There is still a lot of 2017 to go, but 2018 is creeping up, and there are already some 2018 models available. Mazda has big plans for its 2018 model year. In fact, the 2018 Mazda updates include an all-new three-row crossover called the CX-8 along with updates for the CX-5 and CX-9.
The CX-8 is bound for the Japanese market and will be shorter and narrower than the large CX-9 model sold here in the United States. We Americans like things a bit bigger, which is why Mazda is just sending the CX-8 to Japan. As for the American 2018 CX-9, it should get a few exterior updates including new LED headlights.
One exciting change for the 2018 CX-5 is the addition of a diesel engine option. This engine promises to deliver a fun-to-drive, fuel-saving experience that experienced drivers should love. Additionally, it should have a sportier, more sculpted exterior design.
Here at Wantagh Mazda, we can’t wait to see what the 2018 Mazda model year will bring. We expect to see some of these models start rolling in as early as this fall. Which 2018 Mazda model are you most looking forward to?