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Thrilling News for Car Enthusiasts – Massive $4000 Price Reduction on the 2024 Mazda CX-90!

Mazda has made significant price adjustments to the 2024 CX-90 three-row SUV.
Nonhybrid models see price reductions ranging from $1750 to an impressive $4050.
The CX-90 Hybrid experiences price increases between $500 and $2500, depending on the trim.
The CX-90 now shares the same price tag as its upcoming two-row sibling, the CX-70.
2024 Mazda CX-90 Price Reduced News
2024 Mazda CX-90 Price Reduced News

Hey Mazda enthusiasts! Big news alert – Mazda just spilled the beans to C/D about some major changes to the prices of the 2024 CX-90 three-row SUV. Get ready for the details!

Here’s the scoop: Prices for the nonhybrid models are getting a serious makeover, dropping anywhere from $1750 to a whopping $4050. Now that’s what I call a sweet deal! But hold on, the CX-90 Hybrid is doing its own thing, with prices either going up by $500 or $2500, depending on the trim.

Now, here’s where it gets interesting – the CX-90 is now sharing a price tag with its soon-to-be-released two-row sibling, the CX-70. It’s like a family reunion of affordable awesomeness!

And remember when we spilled the beans about the 2025 Mazda CX-70 matching the CX-90’s price tag? Well, it’s no coincidence; Mazda worked some pricing magic to ensure the CX-90 and CX-70 are on the same page.


Now, let’s dive into the nitty-gritty of those price drops. Brace yourself because the Turbo Premium Plus, with its 280-hp turbocharged 3.3-liter inline-six engine, steals the show with a jaw-dropping $4050 price drop. Yes, you read that right – $50,275 is the new ticket to luxury.

Even the Turbo S models, packing a 340-hp engine, are joining the party with a $4000 drop. The Turbo S Premium is now strutting its stuff at $53,825, while the Turbo S Premium Plus takes it up a notch at $57,325. And hold your horses – the base Turbo Select is now waltzing under the $40,000 mark at $39,220. Sweet!

But, of course, there’s a twist in the tale. The plug-in-hybrid version is playing hard to get, with prices going up a bit. The base PHEV Preferred is now $2500 more, starting at $51,320. The PHEV Premium is up by $1500, now at $55,775, and the top-tier PHEV Premium Plus adds $500 to the tab, setting you back $58,825.

There you have it, folks – Mazda’s making luxury and efficiency more accessible than ever. It’s time to rev those engines and hit the road in style! 🚗💨

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