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2020 Mazda CX-9 pricing and specs
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14th Jan 2020
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2020 Mazda CX-9 pricing and specs

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Mike Costello
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14th Jan 2020
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2020 Mazda CX-9 pricing and specs

Mazda CX-9 2020
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Mike Costello
Mazda MX-30: Electric SUV still not confirmed for Australia
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27th Nov 2019
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Mazda MX-30: Electric SUV still not confirmed for Australia

Mazda’s first electric vehicle is not yet confirmed for Australia, with head office to decide on the car’s chance of coming Down Under in 2020. Unveiled at the Tokyo motor show,the MX-30 is a compact SUV with 200km of range from a battery around 35kWh in size. "In the end, our customers need to say this is something we want," Mazda Australia managing director, Vinesh Bhindi, told CarAdvice.
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Scott Collie
Euro NCAP: CX-30, Explorer, GLB get five-star ratings
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14th Nov 2019
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Euro NCAP: CX-30, Explorer, GLB get five-star ratings

Independent crash-testing firm, Euro NCAP, has released its latest round of safety ratings, with the new Mazda CX-30, Ford Explorer, and Mercedes-Benz GLB all achieving five-star results. The star of the show was the Mazda CX-30, which recorded a near-perfect 99 per cent score for Adult Occupant Protection, giving it the highest score for this category against Euro NCAP's 2018-19 protocol.
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James Wong
Mazda EV: Interior teased ahead of Tokyo debut
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17th Oct 2019
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Mazda EV: Interior teased ahead of Tokyo debut

Mazda has teased the electric vehicle it plans to release at the 2019 Tokyo motor show next week, releasing a single image of the car's cabin. The new EV will be the brand's first, and will feature an interior that creates "a feeling of being enveloped in openness". Based on the image, the infotainment controller and volume knob will carry over from the new 3, while the gear stick will be new for Mazda.
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Scott Collie
2017 Mazda CX-9 recalled
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30th Sep 2019
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2017 Mazda CX-9 recalled

Mazda Australia has issued a recall for the 2017 model-year CX-9 crossover over concerns a wiring issue could cause "communication errors" between the vehicle's control modules. The company reports affected vehicles could have wiring harness connectors that have "weak retention force". Several issues could occur as a result: A total of 1280 SUVs are affected by this recall, available for sale between 16 October 2017 and 6 February 2019. The VIN list for these vehicles is available here.
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