Cars.com Reviews the 2010 Mazda CX-9

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Even if your family is big enough that you’re locked in to buying a three-row vehicle, there are still a surprising number of options out there for seven-seaters, ranging from truck-based SUVs to compact crossovers. The Mazda CX-9 tries to split the difference, offering a roomy-enough third row with gas mileage that won’t make you immediately wince. Stuck in a crowded field, the 2010 CX-9 still manages to distinguish itself, according to Cars.com senior editor Joe Wiesenfelder. Read his full review to find out how the CX-9 reaches a healthy balance.

2010 Mazda CX-9 Review

Comments 

Bob

About the backup camera option mentioned in the review:
A backup camera display integrated into the rearview mirror is available as a standalone option in the Sport and Touring trims.

Ash

That Picture is NOT a 2010 Mazda CX-9 but a 2008-09 CX-9...they have been face-lifted for 2010.

either way, its a nice look car

If you’d rather have a surpassingly smooth ride that coddles you and your passengers, some of the CX-9’s competitors may be worth looking at. But most test drivers say that if you need a seven-seat family vehicle that’s comfortable, well-equipped and fun to drive, it doesn’t get any better than the 2012 Mazda CX-9. In fact, the Mazda CX-9 does such a good job of combining performance, interior space and value that it earned our 2012 Best Affordable Three-Row SUV for the Money award.

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