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Mazda CX-9 vs Hyundai Palisade 2021 comparison review | Chasing Cars

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We compare the Mazda CX-9 and new Hyundai Palisade to see how these large SUVs compare.

Which of these crossovers is best for your family? Both the 2021 Hyundai Palisade and 2021 Mazda CX-9 are highly rated SUVs here on Chasing Cars. But which three-row vehicle is best?

In today’s Chasing Cars comparison, we pitch the new six-seat CX-9 Azami LE AWD against the seven-seat Palisade Highlander AWD – both SUVs optioned with captain’s chairs in the centre row – but to expand seating you can opt for a bench instead.

Other options in this segment include the Toyota Kluger/Highlander and Nissan Pathfinder. Sadly, Kia doesn’t offer the Telluride in Australia. Not yet, at least!

What do you think of these SUVs? Leave a comment below.

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Time stamps:

0:00 — Introduction
0:35 — Variants on test today
1:45 — Palisade interior
4:12 — Palisade second row
5:28 — Palisade third row
6:33 — CX-9 interior
9:19 — CX-9 second row
11:10 — CX-9 third row
13:07 — Cargo room / boots
15:36 — Driving the CX-9
21:30 — Driving the Palisade
27:05 — Comparison verdict

Дата публикации видео: 2021-02-23 10:23:34

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46 Комментариев для “Mazda CX-9 vs Hyundai Palisade 2021 comparison review | Chasing Cars”

  1. We are huge Mazda fans, but the CX-9 is not available in our country (Thailand). But we have a CX-8. But I am very impressed by the Koreans. The new Kia Carnival unfortunately came a year too late. We probably had bought the Carnival instead the CX-8. Hyundai will probably introduce the Palisade in country and we probably will look at it. The only downside is the lack of a dealership net.

  2. the V6 is way better and you feel the difference in power from the sluggish diesel. What I always say to people: why spend $60k+ for a car and then moan about having to run the thing — sheesh makes no sense.

  3. Very good review and well balanced. I drove both of these vehicles muliple times, as well as most of the other brands, then checked the user forums. Almost all 3 row SUVs have them. You will learn a great deal from the people that actually own these SUVs. For me, I put a premium on driving dynamics and reliability over a little more space, since I didn't appreciate the minivan feel of some of the 3 row SUVs. Here, I'm sure everyone else will have different priorities which is why there are so many different brands. I always discount comments about the exterior appearance, since looks are subjective. Its the the old "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" thing. For me I like the looks of the CX9. I also like the looks of the Corvette, all model years are beautiful to me and I hope for the return of tail fins, of course I can dream, right?

  4. Another great review. Out of curiosity (OCD?!) there's a blanked off spot on the centre console..In other markets it's the button (to make a completed area of 4 buttons) to switch the ON/OFF remote start. Why would Hyundai Australia remove this feature??

  5. The Korean car’s looks tries hard, perhaps even too hard, to impress. The face of the car looks too busy. It’s as if they didn’t want to leave out any feature. In contrast, the Mazda looks more subdued and restrained and to me, definitely a lot classier and upmarket.

  6. What a great review.! So hard to pick a winner there. But here’s the the thing, I reckon the Koreans are “out Japanesing “ the Japanese. In short, I think the Koreans are now making better and more reliable cars than the Japanese. And as a rusted on Toyota fan, that’s a hard thing to say.

  7. Not a competition. Who would buy a 2016 generation cx9 in 2021. Mazda's are stuck in 2014 design language and has been sleeping on the wheel. The mazda 3 are still egg shaped which was fashionable back in 2014 , everybody else moved on already with sharp lines. They also bring back 30 yr old suspension to gain reliability. Yuck

  8. Watching from the US. Options, on the Palisade, are different for us. (I just ordered a Limited in Bright White with a Beige interior.) I didn’t really look at the Mazda. I compared the Telluride and Durango, to the Palisade. Anyway, the black interior is super common here and I believe the dash is upgraded on US models. (Also, we can’t get the diesel motor, but AWD is standard. The back up cameras and sideview cameras are different in the US market too. On the US Palisade when you use your turn signal a sideview camera shows your blind spot on that side. It also has a top down view for hooking up a trailer and auto leveling rear axle.) Anyway, I enjoyed your review but the vehicles are just too different, even though they carry the same name.)

  9. 👍. Good review. What’s the third row weight/load capacity?
    Do u happen to know what the third row crash zone is like? Ie if you get hit are the third row passengers safe?

  10. The cx9 is basically in its last year compared to the newly debuted Palisade. I would choose the Hyundai if I were to make a decision today. However! The redesigned cx9 will be amazing and can’t wait for its debut as it will hands down perform and look great 👍🏼

  11. Are they worried about the Mazda 2.2L Diesel blowing up like it did a lot in the CX5? I like the outside of the CX9 (it proportionally looks better) but the inside practicality of the Palisade. We all know that a lot of people that buy these only have two kids which kind of makes them a bit overkill for our pokey little roads where every inch less helps. I can see why they buy them when you look at the boots in mid size SUVs. If only a manufacturer could build a SUV that is bigger then a mid size (4.5m long) and smaller then a CX9 (5.08m)….4.7m would be bang on. Not everyone wants 7 seats and a 5m long vehicle with more seats then needed.

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