By who? Mazda corporate acknolwedges it but refuses explanation. Multiple YT reviewers note it. My dealership notes it on a personally tech-owned CX9. Who's going to "look at it"?
Then the real question is: are they going to fix it?Yep. It's a tune thing. Question is...why?
You have yet to provide the video evidence you alleged that you could provide. Show us a vid of 0-60 in under 8 seconds in under 20*f.I totally forgot that some have this issue. It was 8 degrees this morning and there was no noticeable drop in power. I will try and pay more attention to this, but it should be obvious going off of what some are claiming. I have to quickly merge out into traffic at one point of my short commute and have not been let down.
Try Wondershare Filmora. I think they have a free version.I can try? I have the Torque app and a bluetooth OBD2 module. I just haven't played around with it much yet.
I'm testing to see if this happens on my CX-9 as well. I did a 0-60 pull at -16c (3f) last night, and it did feel a little less powerful.
Does anyone know of any video editing apps that would allow me to edit video to allow two video files to play in the same frame? This would make it easy to see the difference between the two videos (if there is one).
Bummer.....hopefully Mazda will address this. Looks like more than a couple have experienced this with the CX-5T. I hope more will share their experiences or news about a fix as they come.Yeah, if this were a sports car I'd absolutely flat out lose my shit and hire a lawyer. Since it's not, I'm only moderately annoyed.
I can't believe I'm reading this. Totally unacceptable.Bummer.....hopefully Mazda will address this. Looks like more than a couple have experienced this with the CX-5T. I hope more will share their experiences or news about a fix as they come.
You may be on to something.The power loss is not related to engine operating temp.
I really would like an explanation from Mazda about this.
I still think it might be related to the awd system predicting traction loss and pulling power.
The engine should be able to safely make the same amount of power when its below freezing. It definitely doesnt though.
As a current owner of a Volvo LPT (Low Pressure Turbo) and a previous owner of 3 Saab turbo I can assure you: this is not how any modern turbo should behave. As Chris referenced, Winter is "Boost Season": turbo cars like denser air.If I did care, I'd be looking at other factory turbocharged engines to see if they behaved in a similar manner.
I know you live in Canada but even Canada has plenty of time over winter with clear dry roads.To be honest, I really don't care at all since I never need to accelerate hard enough to notice the difference, especially in the winter, with ice/snow on the ground.