The starting price is only slightly more expensive than the current Mazda CX-9.
It’s not uncommon to wait months for pricing on a new vehicle to be announced, but Mazda isn’t going slow when it comes to the CX-90. Having debuted at the end of January, we already have official pricing for the three-row SUV. It starts at $40,970, including a mandatory destination charge of $1,375.
What does that buy you? The CX-90 3.3 Turbo Select is the base trim level in the family, offering a detuned version of the turbocharged I6 making 280 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque. If that sounds familiar, it’s the same output found with the CX-60 sold in markets outside the US. A 48-volt mild-hybrid system is still in play, and all trims feature an eight-speed automatic with all-wheel drive. Mazda’s Kinematic Posture Control for enhanced cornering is standard, as are a bevy of driver assist and safety features through the automaker’s iActivsense system.