2024 Mazda CX-90 Price Starts At $40,970, Hits $61k In Range-Topping Trim
It’s not uncommon to wait months for pricing on a new vehicle to be announced, but Mazda isn’t going slow when it comes to the CX-90. Having debuted at the end of January, we already have official pricing for the three-row SUV. It starts at $40,970, including a mandatory destination charge of $1,375.
What does that buy you? The CX-90 3.3 Turbo Select is the base trim level in the family, offering a detuned version of the turbocharged I6 making 280 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque. If that sounds familiar, it’s the same output found with the CX-60 sold in markets outside the US. A 48-volt mild-hybrid system is still in play, and all trims feature an eight-speed automatic with all-wheel drive. Mazda’s Kinematic Posture Control for enhanced cornering is standard, as are a bevy of driver assist and safety features through the automaker’s iActivsense system.
Inside, There’s room for eight people with bench seats in the second and third rows. At the front is a standard 10.25-inch center infotainment screen with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto integration. The driver enjoys an eight-way power driver seat, everyone enjoys an eight-speaker stereo, and the base model CX-90 still rolls on 19-inch wheels. If that’s not enough, additional trim levels include Preferred, Preferred Plus, Premium, and Premium Plus.
The least expensive CX-90 with the full-fat 340-hp I6 is the called the Turbo S, priced from $53,125. Aside from the power boost, seven-passenger seating with a two-place third row is standard, along with the larger 12.3-inch infotainment screen. It also adds lane-keep assist and active cruise control to the driver-assist list. Similar trim offerings for the Turbo S model culminate in the Turbo S Premium Plus flagship, where you’ll find Nappa leather, heated quad captain’s chairs, and more. But you will pay handsomely for it, as that raises the price to $61,325.
At $48,820, the 2024 Mazda CX-90 PHEV holds the middle ground in the line. It drops the inline-six in favor of the 2.5-liter e-Skyactiv powertrain, merging a four-cylinder with an electric motor for a combined output of 323 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque. A 17.8 kWh battery gives the CX-90 PHEV the capability to run purely on electric power, and while Mazda doesn’t officially offer an electric-only range, it’s likely similar to the CX-60 PHEV’s mark of around 39 miles.
Here’s a complete breakdown of CX-90 trim levels and prices.
|Model/Trim||Base Price||MSRP (incl. $1,375 destination fee)|
|CX-90 Turbo Select||$39,595||$40,970|
|CX-90 Turbo Preferred||$43,445||$44,820|
|CX-90 Turbo Preferred Plus||$45,900||$47,275|
|CX-90 Turbo Premium||$48,900||$50,275|
|CX-90 Turbo Premium Plus||$52,950||$54,325|
|CX-90 PHEV Preferred||$47,445||$48,820|
|CX-90 PHEV Premium||$52,900||$54,275|
|CX-90 PHEV Premium Plus||$56,950||$58,325|
|CX-90 Turbo S||$51,750||$53,125|
|CX-90 Turbo S Premium||$56,450||$57,825|
|CX-90 Turbo S Premium Plus||$59,950||$61,325|
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