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The Mazda CX-9 epitomizes the crossover, that car segment mixing the SUV and sedan. It offers a pleasant driving experience, with plenty of room in the cabin. But its tech options are limited.
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The 2010 Mazda CX-9 works well for people needing extra seats and cargo room, but it is by no means a tech powerhouse and lacks many useful features.
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The Mazda CX-9 is a sporty SUV that packs a lot of space inside but both looks and performs like a much smaller vehicle. However, the cabin tech lacks polish and needs to be better integrated.
Mazda's big boy offers a lot of tech toys--but most are a la carte.