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New CX-9 Brimming Over with Upgrades

If you’re looking for a full-size flagship SUV with the technology, comfort and performance drivers demand in the 21st century, it’s time to consider the Mazda CX-9. Even though the previous model of the CX-9 was well-received by critics and consumers alike, the Mazda engineers went to work over the off-season to add numerous upgrades, strengthening its stance as a premium SUV. More features are available at every trim level, including adding more room in the second row for greater comfort, as well as improved access to third row seating. Test drive the new CX-9 at Chapman Mazda on Bell Road.

CX-9 Adds More Safety Features

Mazda has added even more safety features to the CX-9, earning a designation as Top Safety Pick + from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. “Mazda CX-9 is designed to provide peace of mind through its iACTIVSENSE safety technology suite and its passive features like a strong, lightweight SKYACTIV-BODY,” according to Mazda line manager Tetsu Nakazawa. “The secondary benefit to its structure is that it also helps us to deliver uncommonly good, surefooted driving dynamics.” Smart City Brake Support is a standard feature on all CX-9 trim packages for the first time. It applies the brakes when needed when you are traveling below 19 mph. Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert are also now standard. “Families trust us to build vehicles that not only surprise and delight with how they drive, but also with the engineering excellence that goes into making them, showing that there’s no need to compromise between needs and wants in a seven-passenger people-hauler,” Nakazawa said.

Mazda Offers Four Trim Levels

The Mazda CX-9 comes in four different trim levels with a variety of features and price points. The Sport model is the most inexpensive, but still features LED headlights and tail lamps, 18-inch alloy wheels and an infotainment system that features a 7-inch touchscreen and Bluetooth connectivity. Move to the Touring model for leather seats, an auto-dimming mirror, power tailgate and advanced keyless entry. The Grand Touring model includes larger wheels, adaptive front lighting that leads the way around corners and heated second row seats. Choose the Signature trim level for Nappa leather, rosewood trim and LED ambient lighting in both the grille and interior.

Powered by Efficient Engine

All the Mazda CX-9 models come with a turbocharged 2.5L engine that mates with a super-efficient 6-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive comes standard on the Grand Touring, Touring and Sport models, with all-wheel drive available as an option. The Signature model comes with all-wheel drive included in the price. View the entire CX-9 inventory, take a test drive and choose the model that’s right for you when you visit Chapman Mazda on Bell Road.

Miata RF Makes List of Best Driver’s Cars

“The Miata continues to deliver the best driving experience for the money,” is how the editors of Motor Trend summed up Mazda’s entry on the magazine’s list of “Best Driver’s Cars.” The Mazda MX-5 Miata RF is the hardtop roadster that remains the champion of inexpensive sports cars, offering a phenomenal driving experience at an affordable price. See how much fun it is to ride with the wind in your hair when you take a test drive at Chapman Mazda.

Power Enough for Thrilling Ride

True, the 2.0L 155 horsepower engine in the Mazda MX-5 Miata RF might not rival that of the 707-horsepower motor in the Dodge Hellcat, but there are few other places where you can get as much fun for around $30,000. Both the RF Club and Grand Touring models come with the same SKYACTIV engine that works seamlessly with either the manual or automatic transmission to squeeze every drop of excitement out of each shift. While that Hellcat is stopping at gas station after gas station, you’ll be driving merrily on the way with the top down and the breeze in your face as you achieve 35 mpg on the highway. The monocoque unibody sits on front and rear suspension subframes, providing rigid control. Rack and pinion steering lets you feel the road through the double pinion power assist steering. Bilstein dampers smooth out the bumps in the road so you can concentrate on putting the RF through its paces on some hairpin corners.

Disappearing Top a Marvel of Engineering

When you first encounter the Mazda MX-5 Miata RF at Chapman Mazda, you might spend more than a few minutes just watching the hard top go up and down. That’s because it is a true marvel of modern engineering to make a solid object disappear into a tiny space. It’s a delicate dance between a number of moving parts that only takes 13 seconds. Whether the top is up or down, step back and appreciate the modern styling of this mysterious and sleek roadster.

Jinba Ittai Means Driver and Car are One

From the 900 year-old Japanese tradition of Jinba Ittai where a rider and horse are considered one synchronous unit, Mazda engineers each vehicle to develop the same relationship with its driver. The RF is no exception, where it almost seems it knows where you want to go before you’ve made up your mind. Every Mazda vehicle is made with the joy of driving as the underlying philosophy and the Miata RF is no exception. Take one for a test drive at Chapman Mazda on Bell Road today to rekindle your love for being behind the wheel of a true sports car.

Even though it is already one of the best-reviewed and most popular subcompact crossovers on the market, the Mazda CX-3 underwent a round of improvements for the 2018 model year. Smart City Brake Support is now standard on every trim level, applying stopping power in emergencies when you’re traveling below 19 mph. G-vectoring control, which integrates the engine and steering mechanism to reduce body roll and improve handling, is also now standard on the CX-3. The 2018 Mazda CX-3 is now available for inspection and a test drive at Chapman Mazda on Bell Road.

Sport Trim Loaded with Features

Even the basic Sport trim package for the CX-3 comes with a bevy of standard features, including power windows, power mirrors, dual USB ports, a backup camera and power remote door locks. The Sport package also includes the MAZDA CONNECT 7-inch color touchscreen that displays both infotainment and vehicle diagnostics. Bluetooth streaming allows you to listen to your music and podcasts, as well as make phone calls and texts without any cabling. The infotainment system is controlled through either voice commands, the touchscreen or Commander control knob.

Touring Model a Step Up

Step up to the Mazda CX-3 Touring model and you get larger 18-inch wheels, leatherette and Lux Suede seating and a number of technology features. Blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are part of the package, as are advanced keyless entry and heated side mirrors and front seats. The Touring model also includes automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers and climate control. Add the Preferred Equipment Package to the Touring model and you’ll enjoy a Bose premium audio system, Sirius XM satellite radio and a power moonroof.

Grand Touring and GT Premium Create Top-of-Line Model

For the ultimate in luxury and sophistication on the CX-3, choose the Grand Touring with the premium package. Along with leather seats that feature red accents, the Grand Touring model has adaptive LED head lamps that lead the way around corners, LED fog lamps and daytime running lights, and navigation. The premium package includes radar cruise control, smart brake support for faster speeds, lane departure warning and a 6-way power driver seat with lumbar support.

2.0L Engine Provides the Power

Mazda’s innovative SKYACTIV 2.0L engine provides the power for all the different models of the CX-3, delivering 146 horsepower and 146 pound-feet of torque. When paired with the 6-speed automatic transmission, the engine delivers up to 34 mpg on the highway. Front-wheel drive is standard on all the models, but all-wheel drive is available to give you more control on wet or icy highways. See the entire CX-3 lineup and take a test drive when you visit Chapman Mazda on Bell Road.

“Zoom-Zoom 2030” is Mazda’s new vision for technology development that will take the company and the future of transportation through the next decade. Mazda announced that the first new technology to be released as part of this push for innovation will be the SKYACTIV-X engine in the 2019 model year. It will be the first commercial gasoline engine to use compression ignition, increasing both performance and efficiency. Keep an eye on the innovations to come to Chapman Mazda in the coming years as part of the “Zoom-Zoom 2030” initiative.

Beautifying Earth While Enriching People’s Lives

The Mazda mission is geared to help beautify the Earth while enriching society and creating a world where cars and people can coexist in a healthful manner. Mazda’s approach includes new measures to reduce carbon dioxide emissions up to 50 percent of 2010 levels by the year 2030. That’s a big step on the overall goal of a 90 percent reduction by 2050. Mazda will continue to work to perfect the internal combustion engine, which they predict will play a large role in transportation for many years to come. By combining a more efficient gasoline engine with the development of electrified vehicles, Mazda believes it can continue to create affordable vehicles that are environmentally friendly.

Provide Society Peace of Mind

By developing more advanced safety technologies with a goal of eliminating traffic accidents, Mazda is working to create a system of transportation that enriches people’s lives by offering solutions to personal mobility. The company is also striving to create vehicles that deliver a good driving position, including proper pedal layout, great visibility and logically placed controls. By standardizing the i-ACTIVESENSE safety features across the entire lineup, all Mazda owners will reap the benefit that camera and sensor driven safety features now offer buyers of premium level cars. The company will also continue to develop its autonomous driving system, designed to increase traffic flow and reduce accidents.

KODO Design Makes Car and Driver as One

Mazda’s pursuit of Jinba-ittai, or a philosophy that car and driver should act as one, will carry over through the next decades. It is designed to unlock each driver’s potential and revitalize them by offering vehicles that are both stylish and fun to drive. The company’s KODO design philosophy treats each vehicle as an independent work of art, enriching the emotional life of all that see the Mazda brand. See why Mazda is continually reviewed as one of the best car companies in the world by examining the inventory at Chapman Mazda.

Base Mazda3 Offers More Standard Equipment

When the 2018 Mazda3 starts rolling into Chapman Mazda later this month, you can expect to find more standard features than ever before. The popular sedan and hatchback will now come with Smart City Brake Support, a laser sensor-driven feature that applies the brakes at low speeds when it senses the risk of collision. The new Mazda3 will also come with G-Vectoring Control, an exclusive Mazda technology that improves handling and stability through corners. Stay in touch with Chapman Mazda to see when you can test drive the new Mazda3.

Loaded with Features

The Mazda3 may be affordable, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t loaded with standard features that make your daily drive much more enjoyable. Along with a peppy 2.0L SKYACTIV-G engine that delivers 155 horsepower and puts the fun back in driving, you’ll get a 7-inch infotainment screen that offers Bluetooth connectivity. Power windows, power mirrors and remote keyless entry are all part of the standard package, as is push-button ignition. Step up a bit to the Mazda3 Touring model and you get a larger engine that delivers 184 horsepower, along with heated front seats that are covered in leatherette. The Touring model comes with standard driver assistance features that include Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring. Also included are rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlamps, dual zone climate control and a power driver’s seat.

Grand Touring Model Top of Line

For the ultimate in luxury and driving pleasure, take a look at the Mazda3 Grand Touring trim package. You’ll enjoy the heated leather front seats, a color driving display that shows important vehicle information in your line of sight, and LED fog lights. Self-leveling LED headlamps, previously an option, are now standard, as are LED tail lights and daytime running lights. Add the Premium Equipment Package and you get adaptive front lighting that leads the way around corners. That grouping also includes navigation, a heated steering wheel and more driver assistance safety features designed to help you avoid collisions.

Choose Your Transmission

If you like the thought of powering through the gears, choose the six-speed manual transmission. For those who like to enjoy a more sedate drive, the six-speed automatic is a popular option. Either way, whether you choose the sedan or hatchback body style, the Mazda3 is consistently one of the best reviewed small cars in the automotive industry. See why when you take a test drive at Chapman Mazda.