Other than the price range, the 2017 Mazda CX 9 and Jeep Grand Cherokee don't have much in common. They differ in most areas. Their differences include but are not limited to:

  • Fuel Economy. While the Jeep has a greater fuel capacity, the Mazda has a greater fuel economy, getting 28 miles to the gallon on the highway. The Grand Cherokee reaches 18 miles a gallon in the city and only 25 miles to the gallon on the highway. 
  • Base Engine. The Mazda CX 9 has a 2.5 L base engine while the Jeep Grand Cherokee's is a 3.6 L.
  • Number of Cylinders. The Grand Cherokee has a V6 cylinder engine and the CX 9 has an Inline 4 engine.
  • Torque. Mazda's CX 9 beats the Grand Cherokee in amount of torque, getting 310 ft-lbs at 2000 rpms, while the Grand Cherokee only grasps 260 ft-lbs at 4800 rpms.
  • Hands-Free Calling. The Mazda CX 9 offers the option of hands-free calling and other additional features while the Jeep Grand Cherokee does not. 
  • Seating Capacity. The Mazda outdoes the Jeep with 2 more seats for additional passengers or extra cargo. 
  • Passenger Room. The Jeep Grand Cherokee has less front and rear leg room than the Mazda CX 9 has to offer.
  • Cargo Capacity. Mazda's CX 9 has about 3 more cubic feet of cargo space than the Jeep Grand Cherokee's 68.3 cubic feet. 
  • Gross Weight. The Grand Cherokee weighs 6500 pounds, almost 1000 pounds more than the CX 9 at 5661 pounds. 

The information above shows that the 2017 Mazda CX 9 outdoes the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee in multiple ways. There's no better place to buy a Mazda than at Young Mazda on Riverdale Road. Its location is convenient for anyone in Northern Utah, the service is unbeatable, and has an excellent range of choices. Think Young. Drive Young.