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syadasti

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The faux wood is something you really don't touch and is just for aesthetics.. It looks good and that's all that matters. I have it in my Sorento and it's a glossy black type wood grain and think it looks awesome.

I don't recall the Mazda CX9 Signature feeling cheap and it has real rosewood and aluminum. I almost bought an AWD model and negotiated $44.5K OTD TTL during it's first model year. Didn't want to spend that much or have a first year product around job one timelines.

Braking 100-0 kmh (62-0mph) at 125.9 ft is slightly longer than average.
 

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Long, but exposes some features I have not seen shown before.


LeRoy
You just beat me to it. Best video yet, and it’s by a well-established, professional vlogger. Wish he reviewed an SX though.

That Sangria/Burgundy color is purdy. Wish it came on the SX.
 

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Gateway Co is around 5,000ft. Telluride is over 9000 ft. If you read between the lines it was dogging it pretty good. Almost 9 seconds to 60. For the sea level folks who cares, but I spend a lot of time in the mountains at 7-8000 ft. That could be a deal breaker, maybe a shift to a turbo would be a better option for a moving a bigger rig like the Telluride at higher elevations.
 
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That's a great find! I was mildly concerned about stuff falling out when opening the tailgate, like the many bags from weekend errands. I'm used to a cargo area that is deep in my minivan and was hoping there was some sort of attachment spots for a safety net, so to speak. This would serve that same purpose.
 

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Redline Review of Telluride


I caught a couple errors.

The tailgate is not the kick type. It uses the inferior stand behind to open method. Too many false openings when enabled. We disabled it on our Genesis. Also if you need hands free open when putting something into the vehicle, you need hands free close when taking it out. If you are not Pinoccio, you need a free hand to hit the button. Our CR-V has kick to open and close, works great without false openings.

His interior is Gray nappa leather, not beige as stated.
 
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