Even though all eyes are on this year’s edition of Paris Motor Show, ready to debut next week, Mazda is preparing the facelift of its CX-9 SUV in october, during the Australian International Motor Show.
The japanese designers managed to revive the 4×4 with a fresh new face, that enhances even more the Kodo design language. All combined with Zoom-Zoom driving dynamics and a cabin that can support up to seven peoples.
For the interior, we have a better design and quality, and a new infotainment system that features the latest audio, navigation and speech-recognition systems based on the Human Machine Interface (HMI).
Mazda has also added new safety features like Lane Departure Warning, Forward Obstruction Warning and High Beam Control.
Under the hood, CX-9 continues to be powered by a 3.7 liter V6, matted to a six speed automatic transmission, a combination that is still in use on the current car. No Skyactive tehnology for the CX-9 yet.

Source: Mazda