Mazda CX-90 Unboxed — Performance
Much more than an evolution, the Mazda CX-90 is built from the ground up to stir emotion. As Mazda CX-90 Unboxed continues, Ant Anstead, car builder and mast...
Yup.So personally, I'm perfectly happy with my CX-9, but I will absolutely be using the potential of the failed cylinder head to attempt to convince my wife that we should upgrade to the 90 when the powertrain warranty on the 9 runs out, lol. That is, assuming that I like the looks and pricing of the 90, and assuming I prefer it over whatever the competition has to offer at the time.
Yes. The added chrome makes it look tacky. Blacking out the chrome would at least look a bit better.So glad to see the lack of plastic cladding. Now we just need to ditch the chrome.
It’s amazing how quickly chrome fell out of favor.Yes. The added chrome makes it look tacky. Blacking out the chrome would at least look a bit better.
I personally never liked it.It’s amazing how quickly chrome fell out of favor.
the cladding is there, it's just body color. if Mazda follows their previous behavior the body color cladding will be on the most expensive trim and it will be black on the restSo glad to see the lack of plastic cladding. Now we just need to ditch the chrome.
at 2:53 of the video you do see the seat with a similar trim line (in black) as the cx50. The stripe up the middle, which would sit right in the middle of...well, you know.He shows a shot of the back of the cx90 and a bit of the interior. I think it looks pretty nice and the red works well imo.
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Thanks, interesting review. Not a class i've paid much attn to, but do have a crv sort of getting on and it really does bore me to death...maybe I should pay attn. I've read some less than positive things about the CX50 but that review has me wondering about it. I mean, if the handling is the reason crossover buyers don't like it since it's too sporty...sign me up! Mazda problems I guess.Comments on seat discomfort of the CX-50 at the 10:20 mark
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Thanks for posting this!Latest unboxing episode
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Thanks for posting this!
I really dig some of the design stuff. Some very nice looking vintage-inspired items in the interior which look awesome.
I totally noticed that detail on the seat and thought of the complaints from the CX50! It looks smooth.Agreed! Love the smaller details like the stitching on the dash and the designs on the polished interior trim. Cup holder placement is improved IMO. That Mazda placard on the lower door exterior trim is nice too. Can't wait to see how this new red appears in dynamic lighting!
It appears that the stitch in the center of the seat and seat back is covered. If I remember right, the same stitch on the CX-50 is exposed, which would explain why some people have commented that it feels uncomfortable to sit in those seats. Hopefully covering the seam means a more comfortable seat, though I do prefer the look of the exposed stitch on the CX-50 seats.
Still unsure on the front end.. the leading edge of the hood looks more rounded, and less pronounced than the hood of the CX-9, which I love. Gloss black inner grille is nice, and the vertical slats do set it apart a bit.