The new 2020 Mazda CX-9 has grown to be a popular pick among Germantown and Gaithersburg drivers who need three-row practicality. From its spacious cabin to its sharp exterior, the CX-9 offers a combination of features that attract drivers of all kinds.

However, choosing a specific CX-9 trim level can sometimes be a challenge. Two of the most popular configurations, the CX-9 Touring and CX-9 Grand Touring, offer similar standard features. Fortunately, Fitzgerald Mazda of Frederick is here to help break down the differences between the two options.

To start with, the two trims have a couple of exterior differences to consider. The CX-9 Touring comes standard with handsome LED headlights featuring auto on/off as well as auto height control. Out back, you'll find standard LED taillights as well. The CX-9 Grand Touring also comes standard with these features. The big difference is that the CX-9 Grand Touring comes with Adaptive Front-lighting system as well.

Both models come with an impressive array of features inside the cabin. Standard equipment includes features like three-zone automatic climate control, leather seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and others. However, the CX-9 Grand Touring comes with a few more standard features. This includes ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and heated front seats.

Where the two trims are matched is standard performance features. Both the CX-9 Touring and CX-9 Grand Touring come standard with the SKYACTIV-G 2.5T turbocharged engine. It's the most powerful powertrain offered by Mazda, making 250 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque on 93 octane gasoline.

If you would like to examine the differences between these two trim levels for yourself, come visit us near Leesburg, VA and Germantown.

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