New Jersey Mazda dealership compares CX-9 and Toyota Highlander Mazda CX-9 provides top SUV value in local dealership comparison
LODI, N.J., March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Identifying and understanding lines is an important part of the SUV research process. Many websites will attempt to draw conclusions based on several carefully selected statistics, but the truth often requires drivers to do some thorough reading between the lines.
Mazda of Lodi recently compared the 2014 Mazda CX-9 vs. 2014 Toyota Highlander and presented the results of the exercise as a research tool on the dealership's website. While the research shows that Toyota Highlander is technically priced with a lower initial MSRP, reading between the lines quickly reveals that the motor Toyota puts underneath Highlander's hood is not all that it's made out to be.
Drivers reading between the lines will see that Toyota's standard offering includes only four cylinders of SUV power. Mazda, however, gives no thought to a four-cylinder engine for a mid-size SUV. Rather, Mazda CX-9 drivers receive a vehicle with 273 horsepower and 270 foot-pounds of torque. While Toyota Highlander is available with a V-6 engine option, the upgrade represents a substantial cost increase.
Drivers in northern New Jersey that are looking to read between the lines in search of SUV value are encouraged to conduct a personal comparison of vehicles—starting with the 2014 Mazda CX-9 at Mazda of Lodi. Mazda of Lodi is a certified source for Mazda sales and service near Hackensack, N.J. For more information on dealership operations and the 2014 Mazda CX-9, contact Mazda of Lodi by calling 973-594-1700 or visit www.mazdaoflodi.com for further details.
Media Contact: Jeff Falk, Mazda of Lodi, (973) 594-1700, email@example.com
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