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  • The Mazda CX-9 is ranked #7 in Midsize SUVs by U.S. News & World Report. See the review, prices, pictures and all our rankings.

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    She was driving a Highlander which was declared total in e recent accident and she like it's seats and roominess. Local Cars for Sale. In addition, respondents also rate their cars in six categories: Now, it has K miles and still we take the MPV for 10 hour drives. My Mazda 3 with 85K miles, looks and drives like new.

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    Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of I just received the December '18 issue of Consumer Reports with predicted reliability of cars. The CX-9 is listed dead last with a 20!!! I get it--when a car is all new, a lot of times there are growing pains. With reported problems of infotainment rebooting, and other infotainment issues, that tends to cause CR reliability scores to drop.

    Yeah, it was really weird to see that. Mazda's ranking overall was also dragged down several notches due to the reliability ranking they gave the CX Granted we only have miles on it now, but our CX-9 has been rock solid in terms of reliability - with the exception of a random issue we had a few weeks ago with front wipers not working. I think that was due to a software glitch in the infotainment system, which I was able to easily re-set.

    The Consumer Reports ranking did make me wonder though. Did they give the CX-9 this low of a score because of the actual volume of owner reported issues, or are they extrapolating reliability expectations based on the initial wave of problem areas mostly due to the buggy infotainment system?

    Originally Posted by TitaniumVT. Last edited by Guest; at Is there any way to get a copy of that report? Do i have to have a subscription to the magazine to find it? It has only been two years of solid production. I never purchase a new vehicle design in its first year of production as a rule, because the manufacturer needs time to flush out the issues.

    I expect the 's to roll off with less issues than the s and the s to have fewer reported issues than the Proto-Year s. I spent several hours with my new this past weekend exploring what Mazda had really accomplished under the car and under the hood. You can tell a lot about the "attitude" of a care manufacturer by getting underneath the vehicle and seeing how they go about engineering things. Everywhere I looked was found thoughtful engineering and apparent solid construction.

    The engine compartment looked equally as well designed, thought out and constructed. From the rear differential all the way up to the transfer case, transmission and under the panels which you have to take off to the bottom side of the engine, everything looked as if someone really took great effort to design something worth owning and driving: Definitely says a lot.

    They released a half baked product especially that shitty infotainment. Originally Posted by CrazyBiker. May be this report could be based of the fact that there is not enough data after Generally Mazdas are very reliable.

    Quality paint and all the factory installed features works great for the life of the car. I have a living proof: My Mazda MPV. Look at the picture. All were rusted and looked dated. This Mazda looks sharper. Even though I had one major oil leak issue at K, my dealer took care of it and since then it had worked like a new van. Even my automatic sliding doors and moon roofs works great. Now, it has K miles and still we take the MPV for 10 hour drives.

    Sometime before I read a report that said overall Mazda brand reliability was 4th in the list, ahead of Honda. My Mazda 3 with 85K miles, looks and drives like new. No issues to report. All I did was oil change and tire rotation with my dealer. I would not hesitate to buy a new CX 9. Believe Mazda had learnt the lesson from CX 7's turbo charged engines and built a better turbo engine with the new CX 9.

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