Matt Castrucci Mazda compares new 2018 CX-9 with top competitors

Dayton dealership updates online research tools

DAYTON, Ohio, Nov. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In an effort to celebrate the 2018 Mazda CX-9's arrival at Matt Castrucci Mazda and educate local car shoppers on the features and specifications the new three-row crossover has to offer, the dealership's team compared the 2018 CX-9 with one of its biggest competitors: the 2018 Toyota Highlander. 

The comparison can be found on Matt Castrucci Mazda's website and goes into detail about the features and specifications offered by both vehicles. The dealership's team found that not only is the 2018 Mazda CX-9's standard engine significantly more powerful than the 2018 Toyota Highlanders, but it's also more fuel-efficient. Additionally, the 2018 CX-9 offers a higher towing capacity and additional standard features, such as automatic climate control, a leather steering wheel and a turbocharged engine, none of which come standard with the 2018 Highlander. 

Matt Castrucci Mazda's team also went into detail about the specific standard features offered on the 2018 CX-9, which include a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, a 7-inch full-color touchscreen display, Push Button Start, a rearview camera and advanced safety features like Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Smart City Brake Support. 

Car shoppers interested in seeing all the features and specifications the 2018 CX-9 has to offer up close and in person are encouraged to stop in and see us at 3013 Mall Park Drive or schedule an obligation-free test drive online. Drivers with additional questions about the 2018 CX-9 are invited to contact the dealership directly at 855-299-1814. 

Media Contact: Todd Williams, Matt Castrucci Mazda, 855-250-8986, toddwilliams@mikecastrucci.com

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SOURCE Matt Castrucci Mazda



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