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Miami Mazda dealership offers spacious SUV to area drivers

Ocean Mazda highlights the Mazda CX-9's performance and space over leading competitor

MIAMI, Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Today's shopper who is looking for a large SUV that can seat a larger number than the typical five-passenger crossover may not have as many options as those with fewer space needs. It often comes down to a few major industry players to offer something that's roomy, affordable, and reliable. Consumers who have narrowed their search down and are looking to compare the 2014 Mazda CX-9 with the 2014 Honda Pilot will appreciate the side-by-side comparison drawn up by Ocean Mazda of Miami, Florida. This useful chart compares the two SUVs in key areas such as MSRP, fuel economy, and engine capability.

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Although the Mazda CX-9 doesn't dominate the Pilot in every single category, Ocean Mazda went ahead with publishing the comparison knowing that consumers deserved an honest look at the two models side-by-side rather than a biased, one-sided comparison, and because the dealership felt confident that the benefits outweigh the setbacks for a large number of customers.

One reason the 2014 Mazda CX-9 provides an advantage for SUV buyers is that its cargo capacity is quite impressive, with an EPA maximum cargo area of up to 100.7 cubic feet –  a significant advantage over the Pilot's 87.0 cubic feet. Customers who are interested in buying or leasing a Mazda CX-9 are encouraged to contact Ocean Mazda's sales department by phone at 888-689-8789. The dealership's comprehensive website may also be viewed at www.oceanmazda.com.

Media Contact: Maurice Gomez, Ocean Mazda, 888-689-8789, [email protected]

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