The 2021 Mazda CX-9 will arrive at dealerships next month.
The CX-9 is equipped with the Skyactiv-G 2.5 Turbo engine on all CX-9 models. It delivers a 320 lb-ft of torque and 250 horsepower on premium (93 octane) gasoline or 310 lb-ft of torque and 227 horsepower on regular (87 octane) gasoline. The turbocharged engine is paired with a quick-shifting, six-speed Skyactiv-Drive automatic transmission and has standard G-Vectoring Control Plus. Mazda’s predictive i-Activ all-wheel drive with off-road traction assist is standard on all trim levels.
Mazda’s suite of essential i-Activsense safety features are standard, including Mazda Radar Cruise Control with stop and go function, Smart City Brake Support Front, Smart Brake Support Front, Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and Pedestrian Detection (forward sensing).
The new CX-9 Kuro Edition builds on the CX-9 GT and provides styling options, with Polymetal Grey or Jet Black exterior paint, gloss black heated door mirrors, new designs for the gloss black front grille, and 20-inch black metallic aluminum alloy wheels. The interior has Garnet Red leather seats, red stitching on the steering wheel and center console panel, and black metallic interior trimming on the dash, door panels and handle bezels.
The CX-9 Signature offers a new titanium grey metallic-finish front grille design, with LED grille accent lighting. New design 20-inch light-grey high-lustre aluminum alloy wheels and larger dual tailpipes round out the updates.
The interior styling has been upgraded with new quilting and piping on the first and second-row seats and patterned aluminum on the dash, door panels and handle bezels. Nappa leather seats available in Deep Chestnut or Pure White, Santos Rosewood interior trim, frameless rearview mirror, and cross-stitching on the steering wheel cap off the CX-9 Signature.
Finally, Mazda announce the CX-9 100th Anniversary Edition. Available exclusively in Snowflake White Pearl, the 100th Anniversary Edition features Garnet Red Nappa leather upholstery and matching floor carpet in red. White contrasting elements are seen throughout the interior, on the front centre console, lower dash panel, and front and rear door panels. Special 100th Anniversary commemorative badging is added to the vehicle body, wheel centre caps, floor mats, key fobs, and embossed into the front seat headrests.
In addition to all of these aspects, each customer will receive a gift for purchase to commemorate Mazda’s 100th anniversary: a highly-detailed model of the Mazda R360 which was Mazda’s first passenger car in 1960, and a photo book documenting the heritage of Mazda.
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