Is the CX-90 replacing the CX-9?
In America, the outdated Mazda CX-9 is anticipated to be replaced by the Mazda CX-90 in 2024.
It lacks room while being acknowledged as just the largest and most opulent three-row car.
The third row of seats is rather crowded, and the roofline is low.
It also lacks freight space. To address these challenges, the CX-90 will have a higher profile and a boxier form.
A 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 227 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque is also included in the CX-9.
The CX-90 will likely feature a variety of engine choices and a bit more power.
The EPA estimates the CX-9's city and highway fuel economy at 20 and up to 26 miles per gallon, respectively. The CX-90 Hybrid and PHEV could get superior gas mileage.