Mazda CX-9 debuts in the USA with split rear seats and more driver aids
Continuing our overview of this year’s LA Show, let us throw a glance at the 2020 Mazda CX-9 SUV that will soon reach the dealerships throughout the United States.
You may now opt for split rear seats when ordering your car, although solid sofa remains standard. The update also adds some off-road capability, thanks to an expanded range of available driver aids and the Off-road Traction Assist feature that imitates a diff lock.
The series still ships with its old 2.5-liter turbo engine rated at 254 hp (189 kW), but the maximum torque has risen from 420 Nm (310 lb-ft) to 434 Nm (320 lb-ft).
Prices begin from U.S. $33,800, which is $1,500 above the current generation.
Editor Andrew Raspopov