Mazda CX-9 2013, a large SUV that will not reach Spain

Mazda CX-9 2013

With the cessation of the production of the Mazda CX-7 you could say that the European Mazda SUV range has orphaned a premium model above the compact CX-5, a segment on the other hand is not as successful in Europe as in other regions, see United States, Russia and Australia. Outside our borders the Mazda CX-9 is a major reference SUV, with over 210,000 units sold since 2007.

The Mazda CX-9 2013 presents a major cosmetic facelift of time shall be made in Australia, and nothing points to the remote possibility of launch in Spain. The update has tried to give the new aesthetic of the brand inaugurated by the CX-5, new Mazda 6, slanted headlamps that extend into a large angular grille with chrome edges, and ultimately what comes denominating Mazda KODO – Soul of Motion.

Mazda CX-9 2013The CX-9 has no place in a European landscape in search of savings and efficiency
To understand the meaning of the Mazda CX-9 and some of the reasons why not sold on this side of Europe, just mention that is offered with a mechanical 3.7-liter V6 MZI associated with a six-speed automatic transmission, incompatible with the battle for content consumption and efficiency being waged in our continent.

The only reason I would encourage Mazda to launch such a model in Spain, even in a very unflattering current scenario, would be the need for a large SUV with three rows of seating and virtue to stand as representative model and “brand image “. Or in other words, be the SUV that captivates the buyer but its approach and its major drawbacks premium, price, efficiency and size, convinces the customer that the recommended alternative and measured remains the CX-5.

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