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Mazda CX-9 Accessories

cx9a3cx9a3 Posts: 1
Other than dealership? Anyone found sources on the web?
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  • imamgimamg Posts: 136
    There's not much yet still out side of the dealerships... and they've really just recently become available from them... such as roof racks are now available from the dealer
  • Has anyone purchased Exactmats from Ebay for their CX-9.

    I'm looking for some feedback.
  • I recently purchased side mirror blinkers for $285 for my awd touring cx 9 . When i called the dealer to get price on instaliing both side mirrors the gentlemen told me they charge $100 per mirror, total cost $200. Does anyone know if a harness already exist and is just a matter of an connecting the mirrors to the harness. I think the harness already exist for the side mirror blinkers since the GT has them. I cant justify paying the 200 dollars for something that requires little work . Its adifferent story if the dealer has to run extra wires and make the connection to the steering wheel .
  • maltbmaltb Posts: 3,572
    Yes, the harness is there, but I wouldn't call it just a little work.

    Tommy from Rosenthal Mazda has the instructions posted here: http://www.finishlineperformance.com/instructions/cx9/Door_Mirror_(CX9).pdf
  • carlitos92carlitos92 Posts: 458
    Wow. Nice of them to post the instructions for you!

    Taking off the entire door trim is easier than it sounds, but in my experience, to do it yourself could mean you get rattles, tangled wires, etc. that you didn't have before. Safest bet is really to let the dealer take the liability and fix any wonky noises in the door that develop in the first few years.

    -c92
  • maltbmaltb Posts: 3,572
    Taking a door panel off can be very easy, but I guarantee someone doing it the first time will break or lose at least one clip. So c92, same intentions.
  • Maltb and Carlitos92 thanks for the feedback, appreciate it. I'll make sure to report how the side mirror installation job went. I have not received the mirrors yet but i have to take the cx9 for a door checker recall that was posted about 3 weeks ago . I should be getting the mirrors on Monday , and maybe get both service jobs done then.
  • As promised the side blinkers were installed , the parts came with manual installation instructions and so I decide to tackle the project myself. My brother and i handled the doors simultaneously, i handled the drivers side and he took care of the passenger side . On a scale of 1 to 10 , 10 being a difficult project i must rate this project to be a 6.5 . Having the appropriate tools makes any job easier and so I had to run to home depot to get a small enough wrench to stick my hand in the door panel . Anyway beats paying 200 dollars and now have the blinkers ON . :shades:
  • I am looking for a cargo liner for my CX9 that will cover the entire cargo area when the 3rd row of seating is down.

    Has anyone seen or purchased one?

    Thanks....
  • msuvetmsuvet Posts: 54
    I'd love one too.

    Haven't been able to find one yet. Looked online and asked at a couple of shops.

    Seems stupid for Mazda not to make one. I mean, most people probably use that space more compared to the space behind the third row.
  • I've been searching too. I've found 2, but I'm not overly impressed with either. I contacted WeatherTech to see when they might have a product for the CX-9 and they haven't responded....but I don't think their liners are all that great either.

    The best one I have ever seen is the OEM one on my '05 Subaru Outback. Very thick rubber - and items stayed in place - unlike most of the liners which are usually flat vinyl and allow everything to slide around on them like an ice rink.

    But if you can't wait for some more after-market stuff to catch up, you can check out these;

    http://www.autosportcatalog.com/index.cfm?fa=p&pid=3023&cid=5

    http://www.autoanything.com/cargo-liners/64A2314A0A0A.aspx
  • msuvetmsuvet Posts: 54
    The best one I have ever seen is the OEM one on my '05 Subaru Outback

    Yup, I should have kept the one from the '01 Outback I just traded (even if it would have been a bit small ;) )

    Thanks for the links!
  • You're Welcome!
    I just signed papers and gave a deposit for an '08 Sport AWD CX-9 - I'll pick it up on Friday. I need to protect the back cargo area so I just now ordered the RubberTite Cargo Liner from AutoAnything. I just hope it's not as 'stinky' as others have mentioned. If it is, I hope a day or two in the sun will minimize the rubbery smell.
    I will post again after I get it and share my thoughts about it.
  • I hope it's okay to post this....

    But I did a little searching, and if you want OEM Mazda parts, this is an actual Mazda dealership in Alabama that has a website where they sell the Mazda accessories at discounted prices. Even better, they will ship UPS Ground for Free on orders over $100. You may want to ask your local dealership if they will match the prices before you order them - especially if you need to have them installed by them. In my case, my local dealer couldn't (or wouldn't) match the prices, so I have now placed 2 orders with these folks. They shipped my first order the same day and it arrived a few days later. My latest order is delayed a couple of days, only because they are waiting for their shipment to arrive.

    But check this out;

    http://www.mazdaparts.org/

    I found another site - they offered the same prices, but did not offer the Free Shipping.
  • batman47batman47 Posts: 606
    CX-9 accessories list, lists a product named "Cargo Mat, Carpeted, with Cargo-Loks". Is it not this what you are looking for or it is something else. I am also interested in this cargo mat. The Subaru 2008 Tribeca has as an accessory named "7-passenger cargo tray". Perhaps this could be used if Mazda does not offer a similar item.
  • I believe the only "Cargo Mat" that Mazda offers for the rear cargo area is this small, carpeted, mat which only covers the floor area behind the 3rd row seat. It's the after-market, non-carpeted Cargo Mat (I think its made of rubber or some vinyl/rubber material) that I was interested in, and ended up buying one from the site I listed in a earlier post. I won't be receiving it until next week, so I can't comment on it yet. But it is made to fit the CX-9 with the 3rd row seat folded down. I carry a lot of tools/parts/supplies for my work and I need to protect the back cargo area as I am always sliding these big heavy cases around in the back.
  • I just received the RubberTite cargo mat from AutoAnything.Com, and it fits perfectly. Pleased with it--thumbs up.

    I wanted a rubber mat; however, GG Bailey makes custom carpeted cargo mats for the CX-9. I have ordered their mats several times over the years--they make a nice product. I just ordered custom embroidered front mats for my CX-9.

    As for other accessories, my local Mazda dealer matches all prices from MazdaGear.Com, so I order from them this way. Saves me money, as there are no shipping charges.
  • I just bought a 2008 CX-9 and have ordered the factory cross bars which are being shipped in a week or so. I'm looking for the Yakima MightyMounts which will connect my ski & bike racks to the crossbars but Yakima doesn't list the CX-9. Has anyone found the model of the MightyMounts which fits the CX-9 crossbars?
  • Did anyone install the back up camera and rear view mirror with display at dealer or by yourself?
    I am considering getting them but not sure how difficult it is to install.
  • Could you tell us how much the factory crossbars cost to buy(and if you asked, how much the dealer wanted to provide and install them)? Thanks.

    Ken
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