Last post on Jun 03, 2009 at 3:29 PM
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#21 of 23 CX-7 & CX-9 - best of both worlds
Jan 21, 2008 (10:39 pm)
I just got a 2008 CX-7 Grand Touring (Black Cherry Mica) and a 2008 CX-9 Grand Touring (Liquid Platinum Metallic) in the last two weeks!! Very happy with both but still trying to decipher gas consumption on each. I'm thinking that the CX-7 (4-cyl + turbo) burns more gas than the CX-9 (6-cyl). Is this the case? Got the CX-7 for my wife on January 2nd and liked it so much that I then got the CX-9 for myself on January 12. When my wife saw me strolling in on the "niner" she handed me the keys to the "seven" and told me she was taking the "nine" instead. Can you believe that? Ha, ha, I said OK, (you know, if mama ain't happy, nobody's happy, plus I get the turbo!). I also thought since I drive further to work that maybe the 4-cyl on the "seven" would be more gas-friendly (even with the turbo), but so far it doesn't seem to be the case. It is very sporty and cool, tight handling yet still more of a truck ride. The "nine" is such a nice smooth ride, almost limo-like. They're both very cool. Mazda did a nice job here. I also have a 2006 Mazda 6 iGrand Touring (Tungsten). Nice ride too.
#22 of 23 Re: CX-7 & CX-9 - best of both worlds [caliche67]
Jan 21, 2009 (6:42 pm)
One year later, to the day, I'm still loving these machines!
#23 of 23 Re: By the Way, the Pearl White CX7s are faster! [defreitasm]
Jun 03, 2009 (3:29 pm)
Oh, LOL................thats how they justify the extra $200 for the paint job. Its not the paint that produces the lower CV's, its the shape and contour of the vehicle.
The CV's on the CX-7 are the same no matter what color the car is.