Bryan says that the CX-90 and Highlander both come with hybrid and non-hybrid engine choices. The Mazda

comes with a standard 3.3-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine that makes 280 horsepower and 332 lb-ft

of peak torque. This engine can be found in all CX-90 models and can be connected to a 48-volt mild hybrid

system to make it more fuel efficient. Mazda also offers an even more powerful version of this turbocharged

inline-six engine for the CX-90. This six-pot engine powers the three-row SUV Turbo S types. It has 290 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque at its peak. But if you want the CX-90 to get good gas mileage, you will have to get it with

Japanese three-row family SUVs against each other to see which one is the better buy. He looks at each one's engine options, how useful and roomy the inside is, and the technology that's available to see which one wins.