I had similar noises. At first they replaced some bushing and that stopped the noises when goingnover bumps. But I still heard noises when accelerating or breaking. They ended up replacing something else and the noises are gone. All covered under warranty.
No, that's not normal. You should have the dealership check it out after demonstrating/showing them the noise that it makes and what conditions produce it.I have a 2019. There is a clunk noise when going over a speed bump. I'm not sure if it's normal. I've owned many cars in the past and they dont make that noise. This car is brand new with 60 miles. I'm guessing maybe it's the suspension design causing this single clunk noise when the struts are being compressed over the speed bump? It's not very intrusive, but noticeable.
any update on the fix? I have the same issue, I just bought a brand new CX-9 Signature yesterday and noticed the noise todayI have a 2019. There is a clunk noise when going over a speed bump. I'm not sure if it's normal. I've owned many cars in the past and they dont make that noise. This car is brand new with 60 miles. I'm guessing maybe it's the suspension design causing this single clunk noise when the struts are being compressed over the speed bump? It's not very intrusive, but noticeable.
No I didnt bring the car into the dealer yet. This seems like a widespread issue. I'm going to bring it up on the first oil change. I'll try to check underneath the vehicle in the coming week. I usually repair my cars when out of warranty so maybe I'll be able to figure this one out. I'll let you guys know what I find.any update on the fix? I have the same issue, I just bought a brand new CX-9 Signature yesterday and noticed the noise today
Add me to the list of having this issue. 2018 with 24k miles on it. Sometimes hard to replicate so will be going to the dealer in a week or so to try to get this resolved.Hey everyone my 2017 cx9 has a clicking noise when I apply the brakes after going from drive to reverse or reverse to drive it sounds like something is loose in the front suspension i took it to the dealer but they are trying to tell me it is normal but when I bought the car brand new it never done it dose anyone else have this problem or even fixed it
I had this same issue with the clicking, never happens when I am just driving, notice it most in my driveway doing a 3 point turn because I am going forward and reverse alot. Took it to where I bought the car, service manager came out and listened to the noise, however before we even got to that point he said it sounds like it is the normal noise for the car. We did replicate it and his statement was that if they greased them, then this would come back again in a bit, and also that other cars do this as well. I wasn't going to push the issue, but for a 43k MSRP car this is poor. I have owned many many cars and have never had a car make a noise like something is wrong and call it normal. lolSee my post above for this exact issue:
Is the suspension popping issue like loud or just faint? Does it happen when pulling in our out just straight or say only when on an incline? Ive noticed on mine (2017 MY) but very rare when going to turn the wheel and going over a bump or ingress of my driveway that there will be a click that is noticeable and can feel the feedback thru the steering wheel. Not sure if this is normal though or really an issue and like I mentioned only happens rarely...I just purchased a 2019 CX-9 Grand Touring and we now have the suspension popping issue. It started at the drivers front, noticeable when we would pull in / out the driveway. Now it's the entire suspension and over any bump. It makes a ton of noise, still under warranty.
I know the car is due for the first service, so I'll take it back to the dealer. However, like others, I'm a little suspicious - I've seen a few possible things posted - strut towers, tie rods, etc. Sounds to me like it's spring / strut related as it happens when the suspension compresses / over bumps.
Very frustrating as we really like the car. I got out of a Nissan because it was garbage, I'm hoping this car doesn't become a similar experience.
Any additional insights would be appreciated.