Mazda SUVs manuals

Mazda SUVs manuals

Mazda made its reputation as the "Zoom-Zoom" company, and they've tried to inject a bit of that spirit into each of their crossovers and minivans. Since dropping the Ford Escape-based Tribute, Mazda doesn't have a traditional SUV in the lineup, and its minivan, the Mazda5, is unique in the U.S. for its compact size. The Mazda crossover lineup includes the three-row CX-9, the two-row CX-7 and the compact CX-5. Each Mazda SUV, crossover and minivan comes with a 3-year/36,000-mile basic warranty and a 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty.

Manuals for Mazda cars:

Mazda CX-5

The all-new Mazda CX-5 is destined to serve as a bellwether vehicle for the automaker. Introducing both the next generation of its corporate styling language and a comprehensive array of weight-saving, efficiency-enhancing Skyactiv technologies, this 5-passenger compact SUV promises an even greater level of Zoom-Zoom appeal.

Mazda CX-7

With the full-size Sport Utility Vehicle beginning to fall from public favor, many manufacturers are pinning their hopes on a new class of SUV, commonly referred to as the crossover. The crossover combines the ride and handling of a car with the high seating position and spacious cargo hold of a large SUV, but without the larger vehicle's penalties for fuel economy and maneuverability.

Mazda CX-9

Car-based "crossover" utility vehicles (CUVs) try to marry the best attributes of passenger cars and SUVs, and these days they are leaving the woods and mountains behind. The goal is to offer a sporty, urban vibe, and none pulls this off better than the twin CUVs from Mazda, the CX-7 and CX-9. They offer the tough-to-achieve blend of a sport sedan and an SUV that can corner and carry equally well.