2021 Mazda CX-9 Price Increased & Standard Features Upgraded

2021 Mazda CX-9 Price Increased & Standard Features Upgraded

Mazda has announced it three-row SUV CX 9 will be coming soon this month and its pricing is slightly increased and it is upgraded also. We guess these upgrades are to keep CX-9 on the list of 10 best-winning three-row SUV list.


For the year 2021, a 10.3-inch infotainment screen will come standard and a new Carbon Edition trim is also added which offers unique styling. The all-wheel-drive option will be for $1900 for all trims expect signature it comes standard in it. The base model price is $35,060 which is increased by $70 and the higher trim i.e. Grand Touring price is $43,040 which is increased by around $400.

The Carbon Edition trim is based on touring trim with a premium package. It has 20-inch aluminum wheels, polymetallic gray exterior paint, and gloss-black exterior trim with red leather seats inside. It also features ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a 7.0-inch gauge display, and an eight power-adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar support.

The grille inserts are changed, wheels got a new design, and exhaust tips are slightly enlarged. In the interior the infotainment system is upgraded with the latest version of Mazda Connect, thee top trim seats have been redesigned for the front two rows featuring quilted leather and new piping. Mazda’s i-Activeness package of driver assistance safety features will be standard on all trims and top trims add on automated reverse braking, driver attention alert system, and a surround-view camera. The engine is similar to the previous model i.e. 2.5 L turbo four-cylinder that produces 227 horsepower and 310 LB-FT of toque on 87-octane gas and 250 horsepower and 320 LB-FT of the toque on 93-octane gas.


Canadian consumers will be getting access to the range-topping 100th Anniversary edition which celebrates the Mazda’s first car with and red color scheme.