The 2008 Mazda CX-9 comes well-equipped in base trim. Mazda offers a long list of options, which can push the price of the CX-9 well past $40,000.
Cars.com says those “standard features include air conditioning, keyless entry, power windows and cruise control.”
Options include a third-row entertainment system with DVD playback on a 9-inch seat-mounted LCD screen; a sunroof; a towing package; and a moonroof. Motor Trend says the rear-seat entertainment system “that features a nine-inch LCD and 5.1 surround sound with 11 speakers” is “not available with a moonroof.”
Other options include all-wheel drive, satellite radio, a navigation system, a power tailgate, and a Bose audio system. When equipped with those features, the price “can often touch the $40-grand level,” Motor Trend says.
Cars.com reports, “there's also an optional blind-spot warning system that will be available in the fall. It's designed to alert drivers of items in the rear blind spot of the vehicle.”