2024 Mazda CX-90 Review: Prices, Specs, and Photos

A variety of models, including plug-in hybrid options, a healthy set of standard features, and plenty of options add extra points here for a score of 8 out of 10.

Mazda offers the CX-90 in 3.3 Turbo, PHEV, and 3.3 Turbo S models. The Turbo comes in Select, Preferred, Preferred Plus, Premium, and Premium Plus trim levels. The PHEV gets base, Premium, and Premium Plus trims, and the Turbo S offers Preferred, Premium, and Premium Plus trims.

Every CX-90 comes with an average 3-year/36,000-mile warranty with roadside assistance but no included maintenance.

The $40,970 3.3 Turbo (including $1,375 for destination) comes standard with synthetic leather upholstery, an 8-way power-adjustable driver seat, LED headlights and taillights, a 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster, a 10.3-inch center screen, keyless entry, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a power tailgate, and 19-inch wheels.

Which Mazda CX-90 should I buy?

We like the extra equipment of the $47,275 3.3 Turbo Preferred Plus model. It gets a sunroof, leather upholstery, heated front seats, a 4-way power front passenger seat, wireless smartphone charging, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a head-up display, and a towing mode that improves towing capacity from 3,500 to 5,000 pounds. 

How much is a fully loaded Mazda CX-90?

The $61,325 3.3 Turbo S Premium Plus is loaded with quilted nappa leather upholstery, cooled front seats, an 8-way power front passenger seat, second-row captain’s chairs, heated and cooled second-row seats, a second-row center console, a heated steering wheel, Mazda’s Driver Personalization System that tailors the seating position to the driver and saves preferences, a power tilt/telescoping steering wheel, driver seat memory, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch center screen, a panoramic sunroof, a hands-free power tailgate, navigation, a 12-speaker Bose audio system, and 21-inch wheels.

CX-90 infotainment

The CX-90 keeps the brand’s rotary dial-based infotainment system, which isn’t a bad thing in itself. The standard screen is 10.3 inches and high-line models get a 12.3-inch screen that adds touch capability for wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Overall, the system is neither a plus nor a minus. We recognize that as an improvement because some of the control menus have been flattened out and no longer require as many turns and clicks.