At initial purchase all was good, however when it came to getting an appointment it was hard, CD player did not work from day one, they told me I stuck something in it. But on further inspection the opening for the CD was NEVER cut through. when I shut the car off the a/c fan comes on , when the car is off and I turn on the parking lights. Guess what, the a/c fan comes on. I press the remote for the doors, guess what comes on in unison.. yup the a/c fan and it will run for 5 min and up to 30 and has at times killed my battery. They said "we never heard of such a thing." Well I have proof in the shape of a CX9, also loud squeakiness as if it uses leaf springs from the 1950s wont buy another
Fix the electrical issues, fix the squeaky suspension a better, more durable paint job, more comfortable seats.
Wow, I could not understand your problems with this car more! I had the same problem with my air system in the rear and my dealership fixed the problem, it was a relay switch and cost me $600 for the repair. That was at 35 thousand miles. No warranty. I bought mine new, and now have 55 thousand miles. It squeaks everywhere! My cd player skips and sound system if not loaded version like mine is horrible.Mp3 is not a stock option as it is with most american made cars. Neither is automatic lights. Not enough cup holders or even close. Lots plastics on inside and outside of vehicle have became loose or just fallen off. Lighting is all red and hard to read and shifting colom is not lighted at all. Over all in three years, not impressed with this vehicle. Trading it in for a domestic brand, want more for my money.
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