The 2024 Mazda CX-90 is the brand’s roomiest model yet. The sculpted SUV comes with three rows of seats, which means you can take up to eight passengers with you on your rides around town or in the country. Plus, with almost 16 cubic feet of cargo space—or around 75 with the second and third rows of seats folded down—you can bring just about anything with you on your trips.
Kakenui stitching, a unique Japanese stitch, holds the leather-trimmed seats together while giving them dimension. A panoramic moonroof lets in an abundance of natural light and allows everyone in the car to take in the view with the drive. A personalization system allows the primary driver to adjust the driver’s seat, outer mirrors and steering wheel with facial recognition, just by climbing in the car.
When it comes to the CX-90’s inner workings, you have the choice between two types of 3.3-liter inline six turbo engines. The standard one offers 280 horsepower. The other option, Mazda’s most powerful engine to date, presents 340 horsepower. Or, opt for the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle version of the car.
Mazda designed the CX-90’s all-wheel drive to adapt to differing terrain, from smooth city streets to bumpy backroads. The SUV also boasts up to 5,000 pounds of towing capacity, covering just about anything you might need to drag behind your car.
The 2024 Mazda CX-90 starts at $43,445. Test drive one today at Sill-TerHar Motors, 150 Alter Street in Broomfield.