2017 Mazda CX-9 Earns IIHS Top Safety Pick+ Rating

Posted on 17. Jun, 2017 by in Mazda Canada

Mazda’s Three-Row Crossover SUV Adds More Peace of Mind
to Its Extensive List of Accolades

RICHMOND HILL, ON, June 16, 2017 /CNW/ – Mazda Canada Inc. (MCI) currently announced that a 2017 Mazda CX-9 midsize, three-row crossover SUV has warranted a Top Safety Pick+ rating1 from a nonprofit Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, a top measure a IIHS provides.

On sale for only over a year, CX-9 has already warranted a satisfactory share of accolades in Canada, including being named ‘Top Large SUV’ by autoTRADER.ca, ‘Best Buy – Mid-Size SUV Under $50,000’ by The Car Guide, and ‘Car of a Year’ by Motoring TV.

“The concepts of ‘self’ and ‘family,’ as good as ‘smart indulgence’ led a approach for a engineers and designers to emanate their ideal midsize crossover SUV,” pronounced Masashi Otsuka, VP of RD and design, Mazda North American Operations, who served as a CX-9’s module manager in his prior purpose with Mazda Motor Corporation in Hiroshima, Japan. “We wanted to emanate a car that could pleasure couples or convey families with a same effortlessness. Now, we are unapproachable to contend that a IIHS has famous CX-9 for a safety, highlighting a achievements of a engineering team.”

Mazda CX-9 excelled in collision and occupancy insurance tests with a top “Good” ratings and upheld a IIHS’s difficult new headlight tests with a customary LED lighting.

Also tested was CX-9’s involuntary puncture braking capabilities, of that a midsize crossover SUV again scored a “Good” rating. Available on CX-9 are both Smart City Brake Support for low-speed puncture braking and Smart Brake Support, that uses a radar-based complement for highway speeds.

With a starting MSRP of $35,600,2 Mazda CX-9 provides a conspicuous value, from a crafted sum to a neat KODO—Soul of Motion design. Available facilities build on CX-9, elevating a knowledge to one of reward crossover SUV with bespoke touches like Nappa leather seating surfaces, rosewood interior accents done by reward guitar-maker Fujigen, aluminum details, a full-colour head-up display, Mazda’s predictive i-ACTIV all-wheel expostulate and more.

For some-more information about a IIHS, visit: http://www.iihs.org/.

Mazda Canada Inc. is obliged for a sales and marketing, patron use and tools support of Mazda vehicles in Canada. Headquartered in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Mazda Canada has a national network of 165 dealerships. For additional information revisit Mazda Canada’s media website during www.media.mazda.ca.

1. IIHS Top Safety Pick+ nomination relates to 2017 models made after December 1, 2016.

2. MSRP does not embody $1,895 for end and doing or any additional taxes or fees. Dealers set tangible sale prices.

SOURCE Mazda Canada Inc.

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