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  • A: If you need three rows of seats you might try the Mazda CX-9, which is especially pleasant to drive, the Ford Flex, GMC Acadia or Toyota Highlander.

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  • Q : We own a 2008 Mazda CX-9 and over the past few months we have noticed a low rumbling sound from the drivetrain at sub-30 mph speeds in third gear.

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  • Mazda's big jumps came with the CX-9 midsize crossover (up 88%) and CX-7 compact crossover (up 79%).

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  • Mazda's North American sales last fiscal year were up 12% to 342,000 vehicles, thanks to solid demand for the Mazda2 compact car and the CX-7 and CX-9 sport-utility vehicle models, all exported from Japan.

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  • But it sounds like you use them mainly in emergencies, in which case the Highlander or CX-9 make more sense.

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  • Larger models like the Mazda CX-9 and GMC Acadia have roomier third-row seats but may be more vehicle than you need or want.

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  • I am coming off a Lexus RX 350 lease and have narrowed my new lease to another RX 350 or a similarly equipped Mazda CX-9.

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  • The CX-9 favors the sporty side while the Pilot leans more toward comfort.

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  • Which one you prefer depends on details: the CX-9 has sporty handling, the Flex has distinctive looks, and the Enclave blends room with luxury.

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  • Like the CX-9, the spry Odyssey is surprisingly fun on twisty back roads, as proven convincingly on a vacation turn on Skyline Drive.

    Personal Picks: 3-row SUVs

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