Mazda has been improving their vehicles with each model year, and the 2019 Mazda CX-9 Signature is no exception. We go over what's new for 2019 and everything you need to know if you're in the market for a new mid-size crossover.

Our full tour and review of the 2019 Mazda CX-9 Signature goes over in depth what we covered in previous 2018 episodes on this crossover, but in a more coherent format. We discuss what's new on the CX-9 for 2019 including the added features, refinements to the steering and suspension, and updates to the engine mounts. Our coverage also shows the full features of this vehicle including our thoughts and opinions about it.

TestDrive Spotlight goes in-depth for the 2019 model year, showing the exterior features such as the front adaptive LED headlights, LED fog lights, front and rear parking sensors, new 360º camera system, new power folding mirrors, keyless entry, power rear tailgate, and small changes made for the 2019 model. We go over interior updates such as front ventilated seats, Android Auto & Apple CarPlay, frameless HomeLink mirror, new 7" colour multi-information display, seatbelt occupancy sensors, and updates to the noise, vibration, and harshness or NVH of the vehicle.

We also go over the existing features of this crossover such as the heated front and rear outboard seats, heated steering wheel, tri-zone automatic climate control, standard sunroof, rear window sun shades, nappa leather interior with open-pore wood trim, and much more.

We take the 2019 Mazda CX-9 Signature on a road test in light snow to talk about it's overall ride, performance, and handling, and how the AWD system works in the winter. We then wrap up our full episode of TestDrive Spotlight by discussing what we like and dislike about this three-row mid-size crossover SUV and what Mazda can do to future improve and refine this vehicle.

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Comments

    • Vladimir Petrov
      Vladimir Petrov

      Thanks for this video Nile. Love chillin' in front of the TV whilst watching another one of your great videos. I don't know what it is about you, but I like your approach and feel very distressed after watching your videos. You look like a very down to earth, noble man. Wish you all the best for the new 2019 and hope to see more classic and new vehicle testing. Keep up the good work and hope that more people find your chennel in 2019.

      about 4 months ago
    • Vladimir Petrov
      Vladimir Petrov In reply to Vladimir Petrov

      +Арут Арутюнян Спасибо

      about 4 months ago
    • Арут Арутюнян
      Арут Арутюнян In reply to Vladimir Petrov

      Всё в точку сказал, Володя!

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Vladimir Petrov

      I really appreciate hearing that, thank you! I always wanted to make the show that I wanted to watch, might not be the most exhilarating channel on YouTube, but it's something I'm proud to produce each week. I'm hoping to get a lot of interesting classics for the 2019 season!

      about 4 months ago
    • George Alvites Acker
      George Alvites Acker

      First of all, nice review, good job.
      I will like to know if it is worthy to buy now the 2019 CX9 or I should expect significant changes for 2020 in the CX9 and wait till then?
      I appreciate your help. Cheers

      about 1 month ago
    • George Alvites Acker
      George Alvites Acker In reply to George Alvites Acker

      +PRN_TestDrive thanks for your help

      about 28 days ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to George Alvites Acker

      It's hard to say if major changes will come for 2020 or not, Mazda may or may not do a complete refresh of the CX-9 by then, but so far we haven't heard any rumours. It might be another small update with tiny changes based on customer feedback.

      about 29 days ago
    • Вега Сириус
      Вега Сириус

      ford exploper +

      about 1 month ago
    • Diamond Lady
      Diamond Lady

      I was already looking for the Mazda CX-9 but now I am debating between 2018-2019 but omg now I really want the 2019!! Great review!! Love your voice and the way you speak! SOLD! 😊

      about 2 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Diamond Lady

      The 2019 is a noticeable improvement, especially if you wanted things like power folding mirrors (finally!) and ventilated front seats. Mazda continues to improve their vehicles which is great for buyers!

      about 2 months ago
    • Andre Francis
      Andre Francis

      Very nice car, but the quality of the reverse camera is crap.... Pathetic. It's too blurry and that's a big turn off for me.... That will be the deciding factor for many to buy a different vehicle.

      about 2 months ago
    • Andre Francis
      Andre Francis In reply to Andre Francis

      +PRN_TestDrive I really hope so too bro. Because if they do fix it, I'd really buy this car.

      about 2 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Andre Francis

      I really hope Mazda improves the camera quality. It's something we first noted when we featured the 2018 Mazda6 Signature about a year ago, and they ended up using the exact same poor-quality equipment in this.

      about 2 months ago
    • Abdulkareem Alhassni
      Abdulkareem Alhassni

      ur review is honest, subscribed

      about 2 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Abdulkareem Alhassni

      We really appreciate that, thank you for subscribing!

      about 2 months ago
    • Ken Coleman
      Ken Coleman

      You are spot on about a CX7. With so many manufacturers offering 2 row versions of their 3 row models, it surely can't be far away.

      about 3 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Ken Coleman

      It’ll be interesting to see what they do. Mazda has one of the smallest fleets here in Canada for a major consumer auto maker, Mitsubishi being the smallest.

      about 3 months ago
    • kjscoleman
      kjscoleman In reply to Ken Coleman

      +PRN_TestDrive And the CX4 coming to Geneva next month may finally come to North America.

      about 3 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Ken Coleman

      A few commenters have said it's happening, but we'll have to wait and see for sure!

      about 3 months ago
    • bob mehoff
      bob mehoff

      TO THE OP It doesn’t have a panoramic sunroof because there is a lot of structure in your roof, and when you take it out you get a twisty vehicle. Not to mention the fun things that happen in rollovers. Mazda refuses to make an inferior product, period. Accept it and know that Mazda loves you and wants you to have the best, safest experience in their product.

      about 3 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to bob mehoff

      This isn’t 4chan, there’s no OP here.

      about 3 months ago
    • G Howard
      G Howard

      The Nav screen is too small. My only complaint!

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to G Howard

      We’re hoping the new infotainment system found on the 2019 Mazda3 will make its way throughout the fleet.

      about 4 months ago
    • G Howard
      G Howard

      I have seen it and like it! We have a 2004 M6 that is still reliable after 14 years! Like the cx5 too! The new m6 signature is awesome!

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to G Howard

      Glad to hear it! Mazda has been making some fantastic cars over the past few years, we’ve been impressed with their entire lineup.

      about 4 months ago
    • Uncle Jesse and the Rippers
      Uncle Jesse and the Rippers

      The weak headlights are an issue Mazda hasn’t addressed. https://m.iihs.org/mobile/ratings/mobileratings/mazda/cx-9-4-door-suv

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Uncle Jesse and the Rippers

      That's certainly some detailed testing by the IIHS. We personally haven't had any issue with night time performance on the CX-9 or CX-5 with any of the ones we've tested, that being said though we aren't in a position to perform this sort of testing.

      about 4 months ago
    • APOSE Manolio
      APOSE Manolio

      One of the best review!!!
      Keep going!!!

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to APOSE Manolio

      Thanks! The CX-9 keeps on getting better each year, Mazda is doing some great things!

      about 4 months ago
    • 호떡
      호떡

      well done copying hyundais

      about 4 months ago
    • 호떡
      호떡 In reply to 호떡

      +PRN_TestDrive It looks a lot like tuscon designed by hyundai. look it up.

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to 호떡

      How so? Aside from also using a tablet stuck on the top for the infotainment, like almost every manufacturer, I really don’t see any Hyundai elements in this car, especially the exterior.

      about 4 months ago
    • Yousef Al Haid
      Yousef Al Haid

      In my opinion panoramic sunroof is overrated. I personally wouldn't want them to add it.

      about 4 months ago
    • Michael S
      Michael S In reply to Yousef Al Haid

      I had one on my truck used it maybe twice, but I live in texas, it's just to hot most of the time. Not worth the 1.5-2k premium they usually charge.

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Yousef Al Haid

      Might not be a feature for everyone.

      about 4 months ago
    • Mel Orpiano
      Mel Orpiano

      why need talk a lot of none sense. you are hardly catching your breath or tired talking here. simplified your review the better dude! I feel anoyed hearing your breathing, it seems that i am the one getting tired and also catching my breath.

      about 4 months ago
    • JOSE DOMINGUEZ
      JOSE DOMINGUEZ

      Seat belt alert Toyota has also plz be honest

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to JOSE DOMINGUEZ

      Plz re-watch, you’ll hear how very specific we are with our wording. We clearly say Volvo was the first brand WE tested with this feature, followed by Mazda as the second WE tested.

      about 4 months ago
    • Ace
      Ace

      That backup camera is terrible. I would think it would be a much more crucial upgrade than other aesthetic things like a frameless mirror and mood lighting..

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Ace

      We agree, especially since Mazda has had about a year to work on it since showing off the 2018 Mazda6 Signature which used the same awful cameras. The only car we've driven this year with a worse backup camera was the 2018 Nissan Kicks.

      about 4 months ago
    • Matt D
      Matt D

      Excellent review and a thumbs up. My wife loves her 2019 GT and I definitely love driving it. I can get better than 8L/100km on highway driving which is phenomenal for a vehicle of this size.

      The characteristic I perhaps dislike the most is that the steering becomes very stiff under acceleration. This is annoying when passing on a 2 lane highway.

      Also have to disagree that there is need for a cx7. My wife and I will never use the 3rd row of seats. It will always be trunk space to us. Boom, were driving a cx7. Doesn't make sense for Mazda to split the difference between 5 and 9 be wise they can easily accommodate all potential cx7 customers with the 9.

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Matt D

      While you end up getting similar overall storage space with the third row down, Mazda would be able to make a shorter crossover with the same amount of storage/cargo space. Some comments here said a new generation is slated for 2021, so we'll see!

      about 4 months ago
    • yamin huang
      yamin huang

      Tiniest fog light ?

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to yamin huang

      Little itty bitty fog lights!

      about 4 months ago
    • Bilal DURMAZ
      Bilal DURMAZ

      Great car and great video. Hello from Turkey 👋🏻👋🏻

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Bilal DURMAZ

      Glad you liked it, thanks for the comment!

      about 4 months ago
    • Get riono
      Get riono

      this CX9 kodo is look different. i mean the grille is very nice.
      why mazda don't use it on all of their line up??

      sorry bed english

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Get riono

      I think it's partially because they want it to be limited to the CX-9 from an image perspective, but might also be due to their shift in design. The CX-5 and Mazda6 use similar grilles, but they came out after the CX-9 was originally launched.

      about 4 months ago
    • Glenn Stewart
      Glenn Stewart

      Way back in 2012 when the first CX-5 was being released, I was speaking with one of the Mazda staff members at their HQ in Hiroshima about two things that set Mazda apart. Firstly was the fact that at the time there was only a single production line for all models in Hiroshima and a single one in Hofu (which was a 3 & 6 line). What amazed me was that down a single line, they could produce so many different models side by side. A CX-5 heading to the US was followed by an MX-5 heading to the UK.
      Mazda said they had become very good at being very specific and an identical looking model such as a CX-5 could have 1,000's of slight variations to suit a market. Back in 2012 they split the markets into two types - cost sensitive and option sensitive. For the US market, they kept it simple. It was post GFC and the most cost sensitive market in the OECD. Mazda USA demanded a price, and every option that could be stripped out on the surface, was. This meant that US vehicles were priced aggressively whereas vehicles heading to Australia and Europe could be double the price, but still sell. The seat belt reminder is a perfect example. This was a standard feature in Australia and Europe on all models since 2012. There were also a lot more engine options available outside the US. Mazda isn't the only car manufacturer to do this. Compare for example the availability of vehicles and their options in a small market like Australia versus the much larger US, and you'd expect that economies of scale would ensure the US had the better range. But it's actually quite the opposite given that Australians have a much higher median income and will tend to spend more of their income on a car.
      That said, the US has swung with a much healthier economy back to an option sensitive market. Americans will now pay more for perceived quality, and options such as the folding mirrors.

      With regards to the panoramic sunroof. I asked this of engineers in Hiroshima. It all comes down to their gram strategy. Basically, every part has to be analysed for weight. Little savings add up to large savings. So the CX-5 screws for example were completely redesigned from the CX-7 to save under a gram, because over the whole vehicle it saves a LOT of grams. Panoramic sunroofs however had so much weight, they've never been accepted by the gram strategy committees. The weight is roughly 1 1/2 adults extra.

      However if enough people demand it, they'll possibly add one in the future. NVH has always been an issue with Mazda because they always considered the addition sound deadening to be too costly with weight. But enough bad reviews about noise demands the additional 100kg these days because it would hurt sales without it. I doubt that lacking a panoramic sunroof causes enough lost sales to have them add 250kg of additional weight.

      about 4 months ago
    • shaun mcc
      shaun mcc In reply to Glenn Stewart

      Very insightful statement.

      about 5 days ago
    • Glenn Stewart
      Glenn Stewart In reply to Glenn Stewart

      +David Klimmek I would choose the the CX-9 all the way. Test drive both and the one that suits you and your wallet.

      about 3 months ago
    • David Klimmek
      David Klimmek In reply to Glenn Stewart

      This '19 CX-9 or all new '19 Ford Explorer Platinum Ecoboost being purchased this wknd.

      about 3 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Glenn Stewart

      Skyactiv-X sounds very interesting! We’re hoping we’ll be able to make it to a press event when they start rolling out production engines, fingers crossed it happens later this year.

      about 4 months ago
    • Glenn Stewart
      Glenn Stewart In reply to Glenn Stewart

      PRN_TestDrive happy to share. I spend a lot of time in Japan with family, so find myself at the factory as a fan frequently (and always asking questions). As far as I understand, Mazda USA does the market analysis and market decisions for both Canada and the US. As the owner of one of the first shipments of diesel CX-5’s I was keen to see it hit North American shores. The real reasoning behind that one seems to be more a case of not requiring Ad Blue (low 14:1 compression leads to better combustion in the diesel, which only Mazda do), but thanks to Californian rules on emissions no Ad Blue, no go. I see the Ad Blue in manuals for diesels in Australia and Japan now so I think it’s coming to your shores.
      I am keen to see the Skyactiv X though. Will bring a lot of the diesel pros without California getting shirty :)

      about 4 months ago
    • Isaiah Garcia
      Isaiah Garcia

      Definitley agree with hoping Mazda to come out with a midsize 2 row! Please Mazda, do this!

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Isaiah Garcia

      We've had a couple comments saying Mazda plans to for 2020/2021!

      about 4 months ago
    • Henry Joe
      Henry Joe

      what about the engine/gas mileage??

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Henry Joe

      We go over the fuel economy at 19:50.

      about 4 months ago
    • HugFest
      HugFest

      Amazing car. I almost bought it over my CX5. Except, all CX9’s I drove had noticeable rattle issues coming from the dash plastic (Touring, GT and Signature @ different dealerships). In fact, SavageGoose mentioned it in his review as well. Mazda tried to make the CX9 so quiet it backfired on some loose parts and perhaps their quality control.

      Swapping from a $60k Lexus to CX9 during test drives was not a big deal - great comfort overall, good driving feel, good tech. If it weren’t for the rattles, I’d have a CX9 today not a CX5. I am still in AWE every time I see one coming though. Stunning car.

      To each of his own, I’ve never ever used the touch screen on my CX5 and wouldn’t use it on CX9. My Lexus didn’t have it either on its 12 inch huge screen and it was fine. Mazda’s entertainment and joystick menu is much better than the Lexus, so it’s super intuitive to use without ever touching the screen. Backup upcamera does suck on both CX5 and CX9 and they really get dirtier sooner than my Lexus or Subaru. It’s overall a bad design.

      The best thing about Mazda is the ride quality. It is quieter and softer (more comfortable) than all of my 3 Lexus vehicles and Subaru. I always think about this on the highway, not believing that I am paying $349/month for such an amazing car.

      Bottom line, if you are able to lease this car with 0 down and 12k miles a year for anywhere around $390-450/month, the CX9 is a no brainer. Just take it for a proper test drive with music and vents off and your sales rep quiet. Listen for rattles!
      I would not buy this car right now with the remodel coming soon. And yeah, AWD is good but not Subaru or Lexus good. But it’s good enough for 99% of people.

      about 4 months ago
    • HugFest
      HugFest In reply to HugFest

      David Klimmek what possible logical explanation would you have to buy a ford. Common man. If you want to waste your money just send it to me.

      about 3 months ago
    • David Klimmek
      David Klimmek In reply to HugFest

      Don't like Lexus or Subaru. So it's the new CX-9 or all new Explorer Platinum AWD for my family....

      about 3 months ago
    • Tony Jelev
      Tony Jelev In reply to HugFest

      No rattling at all on my 2019 GT AWD. Love it

      about 4 months ago
    • Clippers0507
      Clippers0507 In reply to HugFest

      I just got a 2017 CX-9, don't know if the rattling came later or not, but I have none whatsoever. Coming from a 08 Accord that shook and rattled and vibrated, this is a refreshing turnabout for me.

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to HugFest

      Luckily we didn't have any rattling issues with this one, but hopefully if it is a widespread problem Mazda will be able to sort it out.

      about 4 months ago
    • Norm T
      Norm T

      Motor Trend longterm compliance about the first turbocharged VX-9 AWD system. The interior was falling about and looked worn at 20,000 miles.

      about 4 months ago
    • Michael S
      Michael S In reply to Norm T

      https://www.motortrend.com/cars/mazda/cx-9/2017/2017-mazda-cx-9-touring-awd-long-term-update-5-review

      Only complaint about interior was piano black finish scratched easily at 27k miles. That was the only interior complaint. In the overall they did say the awd wasn't responsive enough, but that was an older model. Usually norm t likes to post something about buying a buick instead.

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Norm T

      2016 model year? Do you have a link to it by any chance?

      about 4 months ago
    • Bryan A
      Bryan A

      Ok so this video needs some work like the last 2 for the CX9.
      1. Not much reported on the specs.. the numbers...310lb of torque..let's say.
      2. It's 4 cylinder NOT six.
      3. No Android auto testing at the end like you said.
      4. No view of the engine... this is a car review right?
      5. Specs on size of the trunk with 3rd row and without.
      6. How does this compare spec wise to the pilot or highlander ascent?

      I am looking to you guys to give me info that I don't know. If your review looks like something I can do, i am not watching. 22 minutes is a long review with low info.. remember you wanted to review the CX9 like it was the first time you are doing it...

      Watch Redline Reviews to get a sense of what we would like to see in a car review. Thanks!

      about 4 months ago
    • Ezra
      Ezra In reply to Bryan A

      you can't go opening the hood all willy-nilly you maniac the car will get dirty. why on earth would you want to look in there anyway? you sit inside the car not under the hood. duh

      about 4 months ago
    • Bryan A
      Bryan A In reply to Bryan A

      +PRN_TestDrive you start off asking the question whether the 2019 Mazda CX-9 is the king of the mid-level SUVs. How can you in good Automotive journalistic sense evaluate whether it is the king of mid-level SUVs if you are only comparing it to the last year's model? How are we as viewers supposed to know whether the CX-9 2019 is better than let's say the Honda Pilot Grand Touring 2019? It's easy to say that it is better than the CX-9 2018.

      I saw the footage of you having trouble using Apple carplay. During this part, you mention if it is as difficult a system when you use Android auto. You let the viewers know that you have an Android phone and in the "wrap up" you will let us know if Android auto is just as bad as Apple carplay, but you never did.

      People that buy a third row SUV are very concerned with the third row! And you don't talk about it at all. I guess we can go back to your previous videos on the 2018 model, but why would I do that when you say that's the old review sucks. And you Market this review as a FULL review. And yes you do show the graphic with all the specs in the beginning for like 3 seconds, but throughout the video it's clear that you didn't remember them either. There were so many points in the video where it seems like you wanted to reference them but you didn't know the specs and instead you said the car had good acceleration or was fast. It might be good to have the specs on a poster off camera for you to reference them. Additionally maybe have the specs for the Highlander and the pilot and the ascent off camera as well so you can actually compare which car really is the king. It just did not seem very polished and the reviewer was not very informed. Remember you're reviewing the car for us. A lot of us want to know more then if it was cooler than last year's model.

      And yes you were right you did not say it was a 6 cylinder instead you said it was a 6-speed and I misunderstood. It still would have been nice for you to reference verbally that the car was a 4-cylinder Turbo. Your video was over 22 minutes long, after 12 minutes I would have forgotten what was shown 11 minutes ago on a spec sheet that didn't stay on the screen long enough for me to read the full spec sheet.

      I know you intended this to be a full review, but it was more like an update from the 2018 video to find out what the new changes were for 2019.

      You should watch the video again from beginning to end or have people watch it that you know that can give you honest constructive criticism. You don't have to know everything and look like an expert but it would be nice for your viewers to watch your reviews and get a sentence that you really know a lot about cars particularly the car that you're reviewing. I don't know how old this channel is but all the automotive review channels reference the specs throughout their review and some of them additionally show the graphics as well. Just saying

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Bryan A

      Alright Bryan, I’ll go over your comment. First off what do you want in terms of specs? Would you like us to list ever dimension and every part number? We clearly list the torque and horsepower in our specs page, do we really need to say it with words as well?

      Who said this was a six cylinder? Again our specs page clearly list this as an I4, and aside from us likely mentioning that the competition still offers a V6, we didn’t say this was.

      Android Auto, did you not see any of the footage we filmed of it not working? I’m not made of money, i have one cell phone, so testing outside of plugging in an android device isn’t going to happen, plus you can watch our full review comparing AA and AC from last year.

      Want a view of the engine? Check out the press photos Mazda puts out. Do you know how dirty an engine bay gets? Check some of the complaint comments we’ve had when we haven’t fully buffed and waxed a car before filming, then you’ll see why we avoid filming the engine bays, especially during the winter.

      Again my friend, if you want all the dimensions on the trunk or third row you can either check the manufacturer website, or watch a channel like Alex on Autos, he focuses on measurements and comparisons with other vehicles based ‘on paper’ information.

      At the end of the day Bryan I produce a show that I want to watch. It’s different from AonA, Redline, TFL, for a reason. If I made the same show as them there’d be no point in it. Variety is what sets us apart, and that means we’re not going to include everything other channels do, the same way that we ultimately do some things other channels don’t either.

      I’m sorry you aren’t satisfied with the way I produce this weekly show, I hope the other channels you watch can fill the void I can’t provide, since I can’t do it all unfortunately.

      about 4 months ago
    • Pete
      Pete

      CX7 will be built as a 2021 model in new Alabama factory that's being built right now ;)

      about 4 months ago
    • David Klimmek
      David Klimmek In reply to Pete

      Alabama factory? Low wages & big tax credits from taxpayers. Sad.

      about 3 months ago
    • Mike M
      Mike M In reply to Pete

      Source of this?

      about 4 months ago
    • John Doe
      John Doe In reply to Pete

      Interesting information, thank you sir.

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Pete

      Glad to hear it!

      about 4 months ago
    • Bernd B
      Bernd B

      Mazda CX 9 Matrix LED ?

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to Bernd B

      As far as we know they're just a standard LED headlight system.

      about 4 months ago
    • tthebestt
      tthebestt

      Im a cx9 2019 owner and it is a great vehicle, but I couldn't understand why is the sun visor not extendable?!

      about 4 months ago
    • PRN_TestDrive
      PRN_TestDrive In reply to tthebestt

      We'd say only about half the cars we test have extendable visors.

      about 4 months ago