• New 2013 Mazda CX-9 0-60 MPH Drive and Review

    New 2013 Mazda CX-9 0-60 MPH Drive and Review
    New 2013 Mazda CX-9 0-60 MPH Drive and Review

    The new 2013 Mazda CX-9 is a sporty family hauler that seats 7 and zips around corners like it has a healthy dose of of Mazda Miata DNA.

    Gone is the smiley face now replaced by a much more serious and more grown-up new front fascia.

    The car now looks almost mean and certainly determined as it eats up the corners of your favorite twisty road.

    In this exclusive TFLcar drive and review we not only see how fast the new 2013  Mazda CX-9 will go from 0-60 MPH, but we also check out how the car serves as a family hauler.

    Please watch the video below as we put the 2013 Mazda CX-9 to the full TFLcar test.

    Editor’s note: One thing a majority of people that work with The Fast Lane Car know is snow vehicles. The 2013 Mazda CX-9 is one of the best handling machines in its class. Still, I was a bit disappointed with the power loss at high altitude. It’s not slow, but vehicles like the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe are better off the line (a turbocharger truly helps). With that said, the entertaining driving characteristics the 2013 Mazda CX-9 displays is impressive.

    Check out our video and bask in the 2013 Mazda CX-9’s goodness!

    Roman Mica
    Roman Mica
    Roman Mica is a publisher, columnist, journalist, and author, who spent his early years driving fast on the German autobahn. When he’s not reviewing cars or producing videos, you can find him training for triathlons and writing about endurance sports for EverymanTri.com as our sister blog’s publisher. Mica is a former broadcast reporter with his Master’s Degree in journalism from Northwestern University. He is also a presenter for TFLcar’s very popular video review channels on YouTube.

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    3 thoughts on “New 2013 Mazda CX-9 0-60 MPH Drive and Review

    1. This CX 9 appears worthy of consideration, I am adding it to my list to drive before I buy a new car.
      Thanks guys.

    2. I own a 2011 Mazda CX9 touring, and I have to say that after two years this car does not disappoint. It handles beautifully,is great in snow, especially with the ability to downshift into lower gears, and is incredibly versatile. I have carried 7 adults on small trips, and it is fine. The touring came with lots of bells and whistles, so I didn’t feel the need to splurge on the grand touring, but I am glad that the touring now has blind spot monitoring, because like all big SUV’s it has a big blind spot. I have had zero mechanical problems after 30K miles, and look forward to driving it. Mazda did a great job here, because it handles like a much smaller car, has alot of power, and is actually fun to drive!

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