2007 Mazda CX-9 Review
Loads of potential restrained by the reigns of parental control
Mazda CX-9 – 2007 Review: While some would argue the validity of evolution as a human condition, there is no denying its role in the world of automobiles. As long as there have been large families, there’s been a need to move them from place to place. As a result, the station wagon was born, followed by the sport-utility vehicle, and most recently the crossover. Along the way, these people haulers have become more comfortable, more capable, and as the 2007 Mazda CX-9 proves, more engaging. Traits such as sloppy handling and drab styling have worked their way out of the gene pool, replaced with the responsiveness and sleek lines desired by today’s drivers, even those who spend equal time shuttling as cruising.