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    I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

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    I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

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    HIROSHIMA, JAPAN Important Notes About This Manual Keep this manual in the glove box as a handy reference for the safe and enjoyable use of your Mazda. Should you resell the vehicle, leave this manual with it for the next owner.

  • Page 4: How To Use This Manual

    Mazda. By reading your manual, you Please refer to the manual for a detailed can fi nd out about the features, important explanation.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Pictorial Index Interior, exterior views and part identification of your Mazda. Essential Safety Equipment Important information about safety equipment, including seats, seat belt system, child-restraint systems and SRS air bags. Before Driving Use of various features, including keys, doors, mirrors and windows.

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    I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

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    Pictorial Index Interior, exterior views and part identifi cation of your Mazda. Interior Overview ................1-2 Interior Equipment (View A) ............1-2 Interior Equipment (View B) ............1-4 Interior Equipment (View C) ............1-5 Exterior Overview ................1-6 I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

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    Pictorial Index Interior Overview Interior Equipment (View A) Door-lock knob ..................... page 3-17 Turn and lane-change signal ................. page 4-46 Lighting control..................... page 4-41 Wiper and washer lever ..................page 4-47 TCS OFF switch....................page 4-60 Tire pressure monitoring system set switch ............page 4-129 Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) switch ..............

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview Audio control switches..................page 5-55 Instrument cluster ....................page 4-12 Dashboard illumination knob ................page 4-18 Cruise control switches ................page 4-122 , 4-97 Seat warmer switches ....................page 2-5 Hazard warning fl asher switch ................page 4-53 Push button start ......................

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    Pictorial Index Interior Overview Interior Equipment (View B) SRS air bags ......................page 2-35 Active driving display ................... page 4-22 Climate control system.................... page 5-2 Rear window defogger switch................page 4-52 Audio system......................page 5-14 CD player ......................page 5-14 Accessory sockets ....................

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    Pictorial Index Interior Overview Interior Equipment (View C) Seat belts ....................... page 2-10 SRS air bag......................page 2-35 Bottle holder ......................page 5-135 Sunvisor ......................page 5-131 Vanity mirror ....................... page 5-131 Overhead lights ....................page 5-131 Moonroof switch ....................page 3-33 Rearview mirror ....................

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    Pictorial Index Exterior Overview Hood ........................page 6-24 Windshield wiper blades ..................page 6-34 Moonroof ......................page 3-33 Doors and keys ...................... page 3-11 Fuel-fi ller lid ......................page 3-25 Wheels and Tires ....................page 6-42 Exterior lights ......................page 6-46 Rear window wiper blade ..................

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Essential Safety Equipment Important information about safety equipment, including seats, seat belt system, child-restraint systems and SRS air bags. Seats ..................... 2-2 Seat Precautions ................2-2 Front Seat ..................2-4 Rear Seat ..................2-6 Head Restraints ................2-8 Seat Belt Systems ................2-10 Seat Belt Precautions ..............

  • Page 14: Seats

    The front seats contain air bag components essential to the supplemental restraint system. Such modifi cations could damage the supplemental restraint system and result in serious injury. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer if there is any need to remove or reinstall the front seats.

  • Page 15: Before Driving

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats Do not place an object such as a cushion between the seatback and your back: Putting an object such as a cushion between the seatback and your back is dangerous because you will be unable to maintain a safe driving posture and the seat belt cannot function at its full capacity in a collision, which could result in a serious accident, injury or death.

  • Page 16: Front Seat

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats Front Seat Seat Operation Seat Slide To move a seat forward or backward, raise the lever and slide the seat to the desired position and release the lever. Make sure the lever returns to its original position and the seat is locked in place by attempting to push it forward and backward.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Seats Do not use the seat warmer with Seat Warmer anything having high moisture- The front seats are electrically heated. The retention ability such as a blanket or ignition must be switched ON. cushion on the seat: Press the seat warmer switch to illuminate The seat may be heated excessively the indicator light while the ignition...

  • Page 18: Rear Seat

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats When transporting cargo, do not allow Rear Seat the cargo to exceed the height of the seatbacks. Split Folding the Seatback Transporting cargo stacked higher than the seatbacks is dangerous as By lowering the rear seatbacks the luggage visibility to the rear and sides of the compartment space can be expanded.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Seats 1. Lower the head restraint all the way When returning a seatback to its upright position, make sure that it is down. fi rmly locked and the red indication is Refer to Head Restraints on page 2-8 . not visible.

  • Page 20: Head Restraints

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats Height Adjustment Head Restraints Adjust the head restraint so that the center Your vehicle is equipped with head is even with the top of the passenger's ears. restraints on all outboard seats and the rear center seat. The head restraints are intended to help protect you and the passengers from neck injury.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Seats Rear outboard seat Removal/Installation To remove the head restraint, pull it up Except Mexico while pressing the stop-catch. To install the head restraint, insert the legs into the holes while pressing the stop- catch. WARNING Always drive with the head restraints installed when seats are being used and make sure they are properly installed: Driving with the head restraints not...

  • Page 22: Seat Belt Systems

    Seat Belt Precautions Seat belts help to decrease the possibility of severe injury during accidents and sudden stops. Mazda recommends that the driver and all passengers always wear seat belts. (Except Mexico) All of the seat belt retractors are designed to keep the lap/shoulder belts out of the way when not in use.

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    Using a damaged seat belt is dangerous. An accident could damage the belt webbing of the seat belt in use. A damaged seat belt cannot provide adequate protection in a collision. Have an Authorized Mazda Dealer inspect all seat belt systems in use during an accident before they are used again.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Seat Belt Systems Pregnant Women and Persons with Serious Medical Conditions Pregnant women should always wear seat belts. Ask your doctor for specifi c recommendations. The lap belt should be worn SNUGLY AND AS LOW AS POSSIBLE OVER THE HIPS. The shoulder belt should be worn across your shoulder properly, but never across the stomach area.

  • Page 25: Seat Belt

    If a belt does not fully retract, inspect it for kinks and twists. If it is still not retracting properly, have it inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Take up slack Front Shoulder Belt Adjuster Keep low on...

  • Page 26: Seat Belt Warning Systems

    Essential Safety Equipment Seat Belt Systems Seat Belt Warning Systems Seat Belt Pretensioner and Load Limiting If it detects that the occupant seat belt is unfastened, the warning light or beep Systems alerts the occupant. Refer to Warning/Indicator Lights on page For optimum protection, the driver and 4-24 .

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    Classifi cation System) limiter has been expended: In addition, the pretensioner system for Always have an Authorized Mazda the front passenger, like the front and side Dealer immediately inspect the seat passenger air bag, is designed to only...

  • Page 28: Seat Belt Extender

    If residue from the Please contact your Authorized Mazda deployment of the air bags or the front Dealer for more information. pretensioner system gets on the skin...

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    (or front If you sell your Mazda, do not leave passenger) is wearing the seat belt even if the driver (or front passenger) your seat belt extender in the vehicle.

  • Page 30: Child Restraint

    Even if the front passenger air bag is shut off, Mazda strongly recommends that children be properly restrained and child-restraint systems of all kinds are properly secured on the rear seats which are the best place for children.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint WARNING Use the correct size child-restraint system: For eff ective protection in vehicle accidents and sudden stops, a child must be properly restrained using a seat belt or child-restraint system depending on age and size. If not, the child could be seriously injured or even killed in an accident.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint (Except Mexico) Vehicles with a front passenger air bag have a warning label attached as shown below. The warning label reminds you not to put a rear-facing child-restraint system on the front passenger seat at any time. (Mexico) NEVER use a rearward facing child restraint on a seat protected by an ACTIVE AIRBAG in front of it, DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY to the CHILD can occur.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Seating a child in a child-restraint system on the front passenger seat is dangerous under certain conditions (With Front Passenger Occupant Classifi cation System) : Your vehicle is equipped with front passenger occupant classifi cation sensor. Even with the front passenger occupant classifi cation sensor, if you must use the front passenger seat to seat a child, using a child-restraint system on the front passenger seat under the following conditions increases the danger of the front passenger air bag deploying and...

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    NOTE Your Mazda is equipped with LATCH lower anchors for attachment of specially designed LATCH child-restraint systems in the rear seats. When using these anchors to secure a child-restraint system, refer to "Using LATCH Lower Anchor" (page 2-31 ).

  • Page 35: Child-restraint System Installation

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Infant seat Child-Restraint System An infant seat provides restraint by Installation bracing the infant's head, neck and back against the seating surface. Child-Restraint System Types In this owner's manual, explanation of child-restraint systems is provided for the following three types of popular child- restraint systems: infant seat, child seat, booster seat.

  • Page 36: Installing Child-restraint Systems

    To install a child-restraint system, remove installed on the seats that take tethers the head restraint. Always follow the to be effective. In your Mazda, tethered instruction manual accompanying the child-restraint systems can only be child-restraint system.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Always install the head restraint and WARNING adjust it to the appropriate position after removing the child-restraint Always attach the tether strap to system: the correct tether anchor position: Driving with the head restraint Attaching the tether strap to the removed is dangerous as impact to the incorrect tether anchor position is occupant's head cannot be prevented...

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint 4. To get the retractor into the automatic NOTE locking mode, pull the shoulder belt Inspect this function before each use of portion of the seat belt until the entire the child-restraint system. You should length of the belt is out of the retractor.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Always remove the head restraint and Always install the head restraint and adjust it to the appropriate position install child-restraint system: Installing a child-restraint system after removing the child-restraint without removing the head restraint is system: dangerous.

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    To check if your front seats have side air that could deploy: bags: Rear-facing child-restraint systems Mazda vehicles equipped with side air on the front seat are particularly bag will have a "SRS AIRBAG" tag on dangerous. the outboard shoulder of the front seats.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Always remove the head restraint and 3. Remove the head restraint. install child-restraint system: 4. Place the child-restraint system on the Installing a child-restraint system seat without putting your weight on without removing the head restraint is the seat and fasten the seat belt.

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    Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

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    Child Restraint Using LATCH Lower Anchor Your Mazda is equipped with LATCH lower anchors for attachment of specially designed LATCH child-restraint systems in the rear seats. Both anchors must be used, otherwise the seat will bounce around and put the child in danger. Most LATCH child-restraint systems must also be used in conjunction with a tether to be effective.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint 6. If your child-restraint system came Installation on rear outboard seats equipped with a tether, that means it is 1. First, adjust the front seat to allow very important to properly secure the clearance between the child-restraint tether for child safety.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Always attach the tether strap to the Installation on rear center seat correct tether anchor position: The LATCH lower anchors at the center Attaching the tether strap to the of the rear seat are much further apart incorrect tether anchor position is than the sets of LATCH lower anchors dangerous.

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    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint WARNING Always remove the head restraint and install child-restraint system: Installing a child-restraint system without removing the head restraint is dangerous. The child-restraint system cannot be installed correctly which may result in death or injury to the child in a collision.

  • Page 47: Srs Air Bags

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) Precautions The front and side supplemental restraint systems (SRS) include up to 6 air bags. Please verify which kinds of air bags are equipped on your vehicle by locating the “SRS AIRBAG”...

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags If your vehicle is also equipped with a front passenger occupant classifi cation system, refer to the Front Passenger Occupant Classifi cation System (page 2-52 ) for details. If your vehicle is equipped with a front passenger occupant classifi cation system, the front passenger air bag deactivation indicator light illuminates for a specifi...

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Never use a rear-facing child-restraint system in the front seat with an air bag that could deploy: Rear-facing child-restraint systems on the front seat are particularly dangerous even though you may feel assured that a front passenger air bag will not deploy based on the fact that the front passenger air bag deactivation indicator light illuminates.

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Do not attach objects on or around the area where a side air bag deploys: Attaching objects to the front seat in such a way as to cover the outboard side of the seat in any way is dangerous. In an accident the object could interfere with the side air bag, which infl ates from the outboard side of the front seats, impeding the added protection of the side air bag system or redirecting the air bag in a way that is dangerous.

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    Do not use tires or wheels other than those specifi ed for your Mazda: Use of any tire or wheel other than those specifi ed for your Mazda (page 9-8 ) is dangerous. Use of such wheels will prevent the vehicle's accident detections system from accurately detecting a collision or roll-over accident resulting in incorrect or unexpected air bag deployment and the possibility of serious injuries.

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    Only a trained Authorized Mazda Dealer can fully evaluate these systems to see that they will work in any subsequent accident. Driving with an expended or damaged air bag or pretensioner unit will not aff ord you the necessary protection in the event of any subsequent accident which could result in serious injury or death.

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    Should you sell your Mazda, we urge you to tell the new owner of its air bag systems and that familiarization with all instructions about them, from the Owner's Manual, is important.

  • Page 54: Supplemental Restraint System Components

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Supplemental Restraint System Components (With Front Passenger Occupant Classifi cation System) I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 2–42...

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags (Without Front Passenger Occupant Classifi cation System) Driver/Front passenger infl ators and air bags Roll-over sensor , crash sensors, and diagnostic module (SAS unit) Seat belt pretensioners (page 2-14 ) Front air bag sensors Side crash sensors Air bag/seat belt pretensioner system warning light (page 4-24 ) Side and curtain infl...

  • Page 56: How The Srs Air Bags Work

    SRS Air Bags How the SRS Air Bags Work Your Mazda is equipped with the following types of SRS air bags. SRS air bags are designed to work together with the seat belts to help to reduce injuries during an accident.

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Front Passenger Air Bag The front passenger air bag is mounted in the front passenger dashboard. The infl ation mechanism for the front passenger air bag is the same as the driver's air bag, as mentioned above.

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Side Air Bags The side air bags are mounted in the outboard sides of the front seatbacks. When the air bag crash sensors detect a side impact of greater than moderate force, the system infl ates the side air bag only on the side in which the vehicle was hit. The side air bag infl...

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Curtain Air Bags The curtain air bags are mounted in the front and rear window pillars, and the roof edge along both sides. When the air bag crash sensors detect a side impact of greater than moderate force, the curtain air bag infl...

  • Page 60: Srs Air Bag Deployment Criteria

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags SRS Air Bag Deployment Criteria This chart indicates the applicable SRS equipment that will deploy depending on the type of collision. (The illustrations are the representative cases of collisions.) Types of collision A severe frontal/near frontal A severe side A roll-over/near A rear collision...

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags NOTE In a frontal offset collision, the equipped air bags and pretensioners may all deploy depending on the direction, angle, and rate of impact. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 2–49...

  • Page 62: Limitations To Srs Air Bag

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Limitations to SRS Air Bag In severe collisions such as those described previously in "SRS Air Bag Deployment Criteria", the applicable SRS air bag equipment will deploy. However, in some accidents, the equipment may not deploy depending on the type of collision and its severity. Limitations to front/near front collision detection: The following illustrations are examples of front/near front collisions that may not be detected as severe enough to deploy the SRS air bag equipment.

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Limitations to side collision detection: The following illustrations are examples of side collisions that may not be detected as severe enough to deploy the SRS air bag equipment. Side impacts involving trees or poles Side impacts with two-wheeled vehicles Roll-over (Without Front Passenger Occupant Classification System) (With Front Passenger Occupant Classifi...

  • Page 64: Front Passenger Occupant Classifi Cation System

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Front Passenger Occupant Classifi cation System First, please read "Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) Precautions" (page 2-35 ) carefully. Front Passenger Occupant Classifi cation Sensor Your vehicle is equipped with a front passenger occupant classifi cation sensor as a part of the supplemental restraint system.

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    ON and does not turn on as indicated in the front passenger air bag deactivation indicator light on/off condition chart, do not allow an occupant to sit in the front passenger seat and consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. The system may not work properly in an accident.

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags WARNING Do not allow an occupant in the front passenger's seat to sit with a posture which makes it diffi cult for the front passenger occupant classifi cation sensor to detect the occupant correctly: Sitting in the front passenger's seat with a posture which makes it diffi cult for the front passenger occupant classifi cation sensor to detect the occupant correctly is dangerous.

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    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags A rear passenger pushes up on the front passenger seat with their feet. Luggage or other items placed under the front passenger seat or between the front passenger seat and driver seat that push up the front passenger seat bottom. An object, such as a seat cushion, is put on the front passenger's seat or between the passenger's back and the seatback.

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    Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. If the front passenger air bag deactivation indicator light turns on when an occupant is seated directly in the front passenger seat, have the passenger re-adjust their posture by sitting with their feet on the fl...

  • Page 69: Constant Monitoring

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Constant Monitoring The following components of the air bag systems are monitored by a diagnostic system: Crash sensors, and diagnostic module (SAS unit) Front air bag sensors Air bag modules Side crash sensors Air bag/Front seat belt pretensioner system warning light Front seat belt pretensioners Related wiring (With Front Passenger Occupant Classifi...

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    MEMO I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 2–58...

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    Before Driving Use of various features, including keys, doors, mirrors and windows. Keys ............3-2 Driving Tips ........3-39 Keys ..........3-2 Break-In Period ......3-39 Keyless Entry System ....3-3 Saving Fuel and Protection of the Environment ......... 3-39 Hazardous Driving .......

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    If your key (auxiliary key) is lost, consult The key is carried with your Authorized Mazda Dealer and have communication devices such as your code number ready. cellular phones. The key contacts or is covered by a metal object.

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    Always keep a spare key in case one the liftgate. is lost. If a key is lost, consult an The system can start the engine without Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as having to take the key out of your purse or possible. pocket.

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    Refer to Personalization Features on page 9-10 . Additional keys can be obtained at Use the following procedure to change an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Up to the setting. 6 keys can be used with the keyless functions per vehicle. Bring all keys 1.

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    Before Driving Keys 3. Within 30 seconds of opening the NOTE driver's door, press and hold the The doors and the liftgate can be locked LOCK button on the key for 5 by pressing the lock button while any seconds or longer. other door or the liftgate is open.

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    Before Driving Keys NOTE (Auto re-lock function) After unlocking with the key, all doors The system can be set to unlock all and the liftgate will automatically lock doors by performing a single operation. if any of the following operations are Refer to Personalization Features on not performed within about 60 seconds.

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    Before Driving Keys (Turning on the alarm) With the advanced keyless function Pressing the panic button for 1 second or more will trigger the alarm for about 2 Interior antenna minutes and 30 seconds, and the following will occur: The horn sounds intermittently. The hazard warning lights fl...

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    Consult an Authorized Before using the key near people who Mazda Dealer for details. If the advanced use medical devices, ask the medical keyless entry system has been deactivated, device manufacturer or your physician...

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    Before Driving Advanced Keyless Entry System Opening the Liftgate Operational Range The system operates only when the driver Exterior antenna is in the vehicle or within operational range while the key is being carried. NOTE When the battery power is low, or in places where there are high-intensity radio waves or noise, the operational range 80 cm(31in)

  • Page 80: When Driving

    Before Driving Doors and Locks After closing the doors, always verify Door Locks that they are securely closed: Doors not securely closed are WARNING dangerous, if the vehicle is driven with a door not securely closed, the door Always take all children and pets with could open unexpectedly resulting in you or leave a responsible person with an accident.

  • Page 81: Doors And Locks

    Before Driving Doors and Locks NOTE (Door unlock (control) system with collision detection) When the ignition is switched to ACC This system automatically unlocks the or ON, the vehicle lock-out prevention doors in the event the vehicle is involved feature prevents you from locking in an accident to allow passengers to yourself out of the vehicle.

  • Page 82

    Before Driving Doors and Locks NOTE Liftgate ( Lock only) Holding the key in the unlocked position in Request switch the driver's door lock for about a second unlocks all doors and the liftgate. To unlock only the driver's door, insert the key into the driver's door lock and turn the key briefl...

  • Page 83

    Before Driving Doors and Locks NOTE All doors and the liftgate cannot be locked when any door or the liftgate is The system can be set to unlock all open. doors by performing a single operation. It may require a few seconds for the Refer to Personalization Features on doors to unlock after the request switch page 9-10 .

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    Before Driving Doors and Locks 4. The setting change is completed by Auto re-lock function doing any one of the following: After unlocking with the request switch, all doors and the liftgate Switching the ignition to ACC or will automatically lock if any of the following operations are not performed Closing the driver's door.

  • Page 85

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Locking, Unlocking with Door- Auto Lock/Unlock Function Lock Switch WARNING All doors and the liftgate lock automatically when the lock side is Do not pull the inner handle on a front pressed. They all unlock when the unlock door: side is pressed.

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    Press 6 times number) *1 Other settings for the auto door lock function are available at an Authorized Mazda Dealer. For Function Number 6 details consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Refer to Personalization Features on page 9-10 .

  • Page 87

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Locking, Unlocking with Door- Operation from outside Lock Knob To lock any door with the door-lock knob from the outside, press the door-lock Operation from inside knob to the lock position and close the door (holding the door handle in the open To lock any door from the inside, press the position is not required).

  • Page 88

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Rear Door Child Safety Locks Liftgate These locks are intended to help prevent WARNING children from accidentally opening the rear doors. Use them on both rear doors Never allow a person to ride in the whenever a child rides in the rear seat of luggage compartment: the vehicle.

  • Page 89

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Opening and Closing the Liftgate CAUTION Opening the liftgate with Electric Before opening the liftgate, remove liftgate opener any snow and ice accumulation on it. Otherwise, the liftgate could close under Unlock the doors and liftgate, then press the weight of the snow and ice resulting the electric liftgate opener on the liftgate in injury.

  • Page 90

    Before Driving Doors and Locks NOTE Closing the liftgate (With the advanced keyless function) CAUTION A locked liftgate can also be opened while the key is being carried. When closing the liftgate, return the When opening the liftgate with the luggage board to its original position.

  • Page 91

    Before Driving Doors and Locks The luggage compartment can be accessed Luggage Compartment by opening the liftgate when the straps are attached to the sides of the liftgate. Luggage compartment cover WARNING Do not place anything on top of the cover: Placing luggage or other cargo on top of the luggage compartment cover is...

  • Page 92

    Never add fuel system additives, otherwise the emission control system could be damaged. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer for details. Gasoline blended with oxygenates such as alcohol or ether compounds are generally referred to as oxygenated fuels. The common gasoline blend that can be used with your vehicle is ethanol blended at no more than 10 %.

  • Page 93

    USE ONLY UNLEADED FUEL. Do not drive your Mazda with any sign of engine malfunction. Do not coast with the ignition switched off . Do not descend steep grades in gear with the ignition switched off .

  • Page 94

    When inhaled, it can cause loss of consciousness and death. If you smell exhaust gas inside the vehicle, keep all windows fully open and contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer immediately. Do not run the engine when inside an enclosed area: Running the engine inside an enclosed area, such as a garage, is dangerous.

  • Page 95

    Before Driving Fuel and Emission Fuel-Filler Lid and Cap CAUTION Always use only a genuine Mazda fuel- WARNING fi ller cap or an approved equivalent, When removing the fuel-fi ller cap, available at an Authorized Mazda loosen the cap slightly and wait for any Dealer.

  • Page 96

    Before Driving Fuel and Emission Fuel-Filler Cap To remove the fuel-fi ller cap, turn it counterclockwise. Attach the removed cap to the inner side of the fuel lid. To close the fuel-fi ller cap, turn it clockwise until a click is heard. Open Close CAUTION...

  • Page 97: Steering Wheel

    Before Driving Steering Wheel NOTE Steering Wheel Make sure that the steering wheel is locked fi rmly in place. If it is diffi cult to raise WARNING the lever, lightly move the steering wheel forward and back to pull up the lever. Never adjust the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving: Adjusting the steering wheel while...

  • Page 98

    Before Driving Mirrors Power mirror adjustment Mirrors The ignition must be switched to ACC or Before driving, adjust the inside and ON position. outside mirrors. To adjust: Outside Mirrors 1. Rotate the mirror switch to the left or WARNING right to choose the left or right side mirror.

  • Page 99

    Before Driving Mirrors Folding mirror Rearview Mirror WARNING WARNING Always return the outside mirrors to Do not stack cargo or objects higher the driving position before you start than the seatbacks: driving: Cargo stacked higher than the Driving with the outside mirrors folded seatbacks is dangerous.

  • Page 100

    Before Driving Windows Operating the Driver's Side Power Power Windows Window The ignition must be switched ON for the power windows to operate. Normal opening/closing To open the window to the desired WARNING position, lightly hold down the switch. Make sure the opening is clear before To close the window to the desired closing a window: position, lightly pull up the switch.

  • Page 101

    Before Driving Windows NOTE Power window system initialization procedure Depending on driving conditions, a closing power window could stop and If the battery was disconnected during start opening when the window feels vehicle maintenance, or for other reasons a shock that is similar to something (such as a switch continues to be operated blocking it.

  • Page 102

    Before Driving Windows Operating the Passenger Power Power Window Lock Switch Windows This feature prevents all power windows To open the window to the desired from operating, except the driver's power position, hold down the switch. window. Keep this switch in the locked To close the window to the desired position while children are in the vehicle.

  • Page 103

    ON. After washing your Mazda or after it rains, wipe the water off the moonroof before Tilt/Slide switch operating it to avoid water penetration which could cause rust and water damage to your headliner.

  • Page 104

    Before Driving Windows Slide Operation Sunshade To fully open automatically, momentarily The sunshade can be opened and closed press the tilt/slide switch in the backward by hand. direction. To stop sliding partway, press the tilt/slide The sunshade opens automatically when switch.

  • Page 105: Security System

    Immobilizer System Equipment The immobilizer system allows the engine to start only with a key the system Mazda cannot guarantee the immobilizer recognizes. and the theft-deterrent systems' operation if the system has been modifi ed or if any If someone attempts to start the engine add-on equipment has been installed.

  • Page 106

    Always keep a spare key in case one is lost. If a key is lost, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. If you lose a key, an Authorized Mazda Disarming Dealer will reset the electronic codes of The system is disarmed when the...

  • Page 107

    Before Driving Security System NOTE Theft-Deterrent System The liftgate does not open while the If the theft deterrent system detects an theft-deterrent system is operating. inappropriate entry into the vehicle, If the battery goes dead while the theft- which could result in the vehicle or its deterrent system is armed, the horn will contents being stolen, the alarm alerts the activate and the hazard warning lights...

  • Page 108

    (With the advanced keyless function) Mazda recommends that you affi x it to the lower rear corner of a front door window. Pressing a request switch on the doors. The hazard warning lights will fl ash twice.

  • Page 109: Driving Tips

    Environment (600 miles) may add to the performance, economy, and life of the vehicle. How you operate your Mazda determines how far it will travel on a tank of fuel. Use Do not race the engine. these suggestions to help save fuel and Do not maintain one constant speed, reduce CO2.

  • Page 110

    Before Driving Driving Tips Hazardous Driving Floor Mat WARNING WARNING Be extremely careful if it is necessary to Make sure the fl oor mats are hooked on downshift on slippery surfaces: the retention pins to prevent them from Downshifting into lower gear bunching up under the foot pedals: while driving on slippery surfaces is Using a fl oor mat that is not secured is...

  • Page 111

    Do not spin the wheels at more than sand or salt. 56 km/h (35 mph), and do not allow Ask an Authorized Mazda Dealer to check anyone to stand behind a wheel when the following: pushing the vehicle:...

  • Page 112

    Mazda recommends that cracking. you replace the tires originally equipped Drive slowly. Braking performance...

  • Page 113

    Install the chains on the front tires only. Do not use chains on the rear tires. Please consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Installing the chains 1. If your vehicle is equipped with wheel covers remove them, otherwise the chain bands will scratch them.

  • Page 114

    Before Driving Driving Tips Overloading WARNING Be careful not to overload your vehicle: The gross axle weight rating (GAWR) and the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of the vehicle are on the Motor Vehicle Safety Standard Label on the driver's door frame. Exceeding these ratings can cause an accident or vehicle damage.

  • Page 115

    Before Driving Driving Tips Driving on Uneven Road Your vehicle's suspension and underbody can be damaged if driven on rough/uneven roads or over speed bumps at excessive speeds. Use care and reduce speed when traveling on rough/uneven roads or over speed bumps. Use care not to damage the vehicle's underbody, bumpers or muffl...

  • Page 116

    Recreational Towing YourMazda is not designed for towing. An example of "recreational towing" is Never tow a trailer with your Mazda. towing your vehicle behind a motorhome. The transaxle is not designed for towing this vehicle on all 4 wheels.

  • Page 117

    When Driving Information concerning safe driving and stopping. Start/Stop Engine ........ 4-4 Fuel Economy Monitor ..... 4-62 Ignition Switch ....... 4-4 Fuel Economy Monitor ....4-62 Starting the Engine ......4-5 Turning the Engine Off ....4-10 Drive Selection ........4-64 Drive Selection ......

  • Page 118

    System ......... 4-80 Distance Recognition Support System (DRSS) ........4-87 Rear Cross Traffi c Alert (RCTA) ........4-90 Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) ........4-93 Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) ........4-104 Smart Brake Support (SBS) ..4-109 Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) ..

  • Page 119

    MEMO I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 4–3...

  • Page 120

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine Ignition Switch The power supply to electrical devices turns off and the push button start indicator Push Button Start Positions light (amber) also turns off. The system operates only when the driver In this position the steering wheel is is in the vehicle or within operational locked.

  • Page 121

    If the system is deactivated, you will be unable to start the engine by carrying the key. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer for details. If the push button start system functions have been deactivated, you can start the engine by following the procedure indicated when the key battery goes dead.

  • Page 122

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine After starting a cold engine, the engine 6. Verify that the KEY indicator light speed increases and a whining sound (green) in the instrument cluster and the from the engine compartment can be push button start indicator light (green) heard.

  • Page 123

    ACC or ON. Have your vehicle inspected at an Authorized 7. Press the push button start after both Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. the KEY indicator light (green) in the instrument cluster and the push button NOTE start indicator light (green) illuminate.

  • Page 124

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine NOTE Engine Start Function When Key Battery is Dead The push button start indicator light (green) will fl ash even if the push button start is pressed before depressing CAUTION the brake pedal. If the brake pedal is When starting the engine by holding depressed under this condition, the engine the transmitter over the push button...

  • Page 125

    In this case, the engine may start, starting method. Have your vehicle however, have the vehicle checked at an inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as as soon as possible. If this occurs, the possible.

  • Page 126

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine NOTE Turning the Engine Off The cooling fan in the engine compartment could turn on for a few WARNING minutes after the ignition is switched from ON to OFF, whether or not the Do not stop the engine while the vehicle A/C is on or off, to cool the engine is moving: compartment quickly.

  • Page 127

    MEMO I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 4–11...

  • Page 128

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Meters and Gauges Instrument Cluster Type A (Digital Speedometer Type) Type B (Analog Speedometer Type (With Tachometer)) Type C (Analog Speedometer Type (Without Tachometer)) Steering Switch I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 4–12...

  • Page 129

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Speedometer ......................page 4-13 Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip Meter Selector ............ page 4-14 Tachometer ......................page 4-17 Fuel Gauge ......................page 4-18 Dashboard Illumination..................page 4-18 Outside Temperature Display ................page 4-19 Cruise Control Set Vehicle Speed Display ............page 4-19 Active Driving Display ..................

  • Page 130

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip Odometer Meter Selector The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven. The display mode can be changed from odometer to trip meter A to trip meter B Trip meter and then back to odometer by pressing the The trip meter can record the total distance...

  • Page 131

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display NOTE Odometer, Trip Meter, Trip Computer and Trip Meter (Vehicles with type B audio) Selector If the fuel economy data is reset using the fuel economy monitor, or trip A The display mode can be changed is reset using the trip meter when the between trip meter A and trip meter B by function which synchronizes the fuel...

  • Page 132

    Approximate distance you can travel on the available fuel Current fuel economy If you have any problems with your trip computer, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Distance-to-empty mode This mode displays the approximate distance you can travel on the remaining fuel based on the fuel economy.

  • Page 133

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display NOTE Tachometer Even though the distance-to-empty The tachometer shows engine speed in display may indicate a suffi cient amount thousands of revolutions per minute (rpm). of remaining driving distance before refueling is required, refuel as soon as CAUTION possible if the fuel level is very low or the low fuel warning light illuminates.

  • Page 134

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Fuel Gauge Dashboard Illumination The fuel gauge shows approximately When the position lights are turned how much fuel is remaining in the tank on with the ignition switched ON, when the ignition is switched ON. We the brightness of the instrument panel recommend keeping the tank over 1/4 full.

  • Page 135

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display NOTE Function for cancelling illumination dimmer Under the following conditions, the outside temperature display may differ The illumination dimmer can be canceled from the actual outside temperature by rotating the dashboard illumination depending on the surroundings and vehicle knob to the right until a beep sound is conditions: heard while the instrument cluster is...

  • Page 136

    The distance-to-empty is the approximate remaining distance the If you have any problems with your trip vehicle can be driven until all the computer, consult an Authorized Mazda graduation marks in the fuel gauge Dealer. (indicating the remaining fuel supply) Distance-to-empty mode disappear.

  • Page 137

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Current fuel economy mode This mode displays the current fuel economy by calculating the amount of fuel consumption and the distance traveled. Current fuel economy will be calculated and displayed every 2 seconds. When you've slowed to about 5 km/h (3 mph), - - - L/100 km (- - - mpg) will be displayed.

  • Page 138

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Active Driving Display Mirror Combiner Optical receiver WARNING Always adjust the display brightness and position with the vehicle stopped: Adjusting the display brightness and position while driving the vehicle is dangerous as doing so could distract your attention from the road ahead and lead to an accident. CAUTION Do not try to adjust the angle or open/close the active driving display manually.

  • Page 139

    The active driving display indicates the following information: Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) Operation Conditions and Warnings Refer to Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) on page 4-93 . Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) Operation Conditions and Warnings Refer to Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) on page 4-74 .

  • Page 140

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Warning/Indicator Lights Instrument Cluster varies depending on model and specifi cations. Instrument Cluster Type A (Digital Speedometer Type) Type B (Analog Speedometer Type (With Tachometer)) Type C (Analog Speedometer Type (Without Tachometer)) Center of Dashboard Warning/Indicator lights will appear in any of the highlighted areas I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 4–24...

  • Page 141: Warning Lights

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Warning Lights These lights turn on or fl ash to notify the user of the system operation status or a system malfunction. Signal Warning Lights Page Master Warning Light 7-27 *1*2 Brake System Warning Light 7-27 ABS Warning Light 7-27...

  • Page 142

    7-27 (Amber) LED Headlight Warning Light 7-27 Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) Warning Light 7-27 (Amber) *1 The light turns on when the ignition is switched on for an operation check, and turns off a few seconds later or when the engine is started. If the light does not turn on or remains turned on, have the vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer.

  • Page 143: Indicator Lights

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Indicator Lights These lights turn on or fl ash to notify the user of the system operation status or a system malfunction. Signal Indicator Lights Page Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) OFF Indicator Light 4-85 Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) OFF Indicator 4-77 Light...

  • Page 144

    Instrument Cluster and Display Signal Indicator Lights Page Turn Signal/Hazard Warning Indicator Lights 4-46 , 4-53 Security Indicator Light 3-36 Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) Indicator Light 4-97 (Green) Cruise Main Indicator Light 4-123 (Amber) Cruise Set Indicator Light 4-123...

  • Page 145

    Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 4–29...

  • Page 146

    When Driving Transaxle Automatic Transaxle Controls Lock-release button Various Lockouts: Indicates that you must depress the brake pedal and hold in the lock-release button to shift (The ignition must be switched ON). Indicates the selector lever can be shifted freely into any position. Indicates that you must hold in the lock-release button to shift.

  • Page 147

    When Driving Transaxle Shift Position Indication CAUTION Shifting into P, N or R while the vehicle is moving can damage your transaxle. Shifting into a driving gear or reverse when the engine is running faster than idle can damage the transaxle. The selector position is indicated when the ignition is switched ON.

  • Page 148

    When Driving Transaxle Shift-Lock System CAUTION The shift-lock system prevents shifting out Do not shift into N when driving the of P unless the brake pedal is depressed. vehicle. Doing so can cause transaxle damage. To shift from P: 1. Depress and hold the brake pedal. NOTE 2.

  • Page 149

    4. Move the selector lever. lever from M to D. 5. Take the vehicle to an Authorized NOTE Mazda Dealer to have the system If you change to manual shift mode checked. when the vehicle is stopped, the gear will shift to M1.

  • Page 150

    When Driving Transaxle NOTE Type B If the gears cannot be shifted down when driving at higher speeds, the gear position indication will fl ash twice to signal that the gears cannot be shifted down (to protect the transaxle). If the automatic transaxle fl uid (ATF) temperature becomes too high, there is the possibility that the transaxle will switch to automatic shift mode,...

  • Page 151

    When Driving Transaxle NOTE Using steering shift switch When driving slowly, the gears may not To shift up to a higher gear with the shift up. steering shift switches, pull the UP switch In manual shift mode, do not run the ) toward you once with your engine with the tachometer needle in fi...

  • Page 152

    When Driving Transaxle NOTE Using steering shift switch When driving at high speeds, the gear To shift down to a lower gear with the may not shift down. steering shift switches, pull the DOWN During deceleration, the gear may switch toward you once with your automatically shift down depending on fi...

  • Page 153

    When Driving Transaxle Shift gear (shifting) speed limit For each gear position while in the manual mode, the speed limit is set as follows: When the selector lever is operated within the range of the speed limit, the gear is shifted. Shift up The gear does not shift up while the vehicle speed is lower than the speed limit.

  • Page 154

    When Driving Transaxle Recommendations for shifting Upshifting For normal acceleration and cruising, Mazda recommends these shift points: Gear Vehicle speed M1 to M2 24 km/h (15 mph) M2 to M3 40 km/h (25 mph) M3 to M4 65 km/h (40 mph)

  • Page 155

    When Driving Transaxle Direct Mode Type B Direct mode can be used for temporarily switching gears by operating the steering shift switch while the vehicle is being driven with the selector lever in the D range. While in direct mode, the D and M indication illuminate and the gear position in use is illuminated.

  • Page 156

    When Driving Transaxle Driving Tips Climbing steep grades from a stop To climb a steep grade from a stopped WARNING position: 1. Depress the brake pedal. Do not let the vehicle move in a 2. Shift to D or M1, depending on the direction opposite to the direction load weight and grade steepness.

  • Page 157

    When Driving Switches and Controls Lighting Control Headlights Turn the headlight switch to turn the headlights, other exterior lights and dashboard illumination on or off. When the lights are turned on, the lights-on indicator light in the instrument cluster turns on. NOTE If the light switch is left on, the lights will automatically switch off approximately 30 seconds after switching the ignition off.

  • Page 158

    When Driving Switches and Controls With auto-light control Switch Position Ignition Position Headlights Auto Daytime running lights Auto Taillights Parking lights License lights Auto Side-marker lights Dashboard illumination *1 The headlight and other light settings switch automatically depending on the surrounding brightness detected by the sensor.

  • Page 159

    To adjust the brightness of the dashboard illumination: Refer to Dashboard Illumination on page 4-18 . The sensitivity of the AUTO lights may be changed by an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Refer to Personalization Features on page 9-10 . I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 160

    When Driving Switches and Controls The headlight high-beam indicator light Headlight High-Low Beam in the instrument cluster illuminates The headlights switch between high and simultaneously. The lever will return to the low beams by moving the lever forward or normal position when released. backward.

  • Page 161

    When Driving Switches and Controls NOTE NOTE The time until the headlights turn off Operation of the leaving home light after all of the doors are closed can be system can be turned on or off. changed. Refer to Personalization Features on Refer to Personalization Features on page 9-10 .

  • Page 162

    When Driving Switches and Controls Fog Lights Turn and Lane-Change Signals The fog lights can be used when the ignition is switched ON. The ignition must be switched ON to use Use this switch to turn on the fog lights. the turn and lane-change signals.

  • Page 163

    When Driving Switches and Controls NOTE Windshield Wipers and If an indicator light stays on without Washer fl ashing or if it fl ashes abnormally, one of the turn signal bulbs may be burned The ignition must be switched ON to use out.

  • Page 164

    After 5 minutes, turn on the switch and the blades should operate normally. If they do not resume functioning, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. Drive to the side of the road and park off the right-of-way. Wait until the...

  • Page 165

    When Driving Switches and Controls With auto-wiper control Auto-wiper control When the wiper lever is in the position, the rain sensor senses the amount of rainfall on the windshield and turns the wipers on or off automatically (off— intermittent—low speed—high speed). The sensitivity of the rain sensor can be adjusted by turning the switch on the wiper lever.

  • Page 166

    When Driving Switches and Controls NOTE CAUTION Switching the auto-wiper lever from the to the position while driving Do not shade the rain sensor by activates the windshield wipers once, adhering a sticker or a label on the after which they operate according to windshield.

  • Page 167

    If the washer does not work, inspect the fl uid level (page 6-32 ). If the fl uid level Turn the wiper on by turning the rear is normal, consult an Authorized Mazda wiper/washer switch. Dealer. Switch...

  • Page 168

    When Driving Switches and Controls Fully Automatic Climate Control Rear Window Defogger The rear window defogger clears fog from the rear window. Indicator light The ignition must be switched ON to use the defogger. Press the switch to turn on the rear window defogger.

  • Page 169

    When Driving Switches and Controls Horn Hazard Warning Flasher To sound the horn, press the mark on The hazard warning lights should always the steering wheel. be used when you stop on or near a roadway in an emergency. The hazard warning lights warn other drivers that your vehicle is a traffi...

  • Page 170

    When Driving Brake Dry off brakes that have become Brake System wet by driving slowly, releasing the accelerator pedal and lightly applying Foot Brake the brakes several times until the brake performance returns to normal: This vehicle has power-assisted brakes Driving with wet brakes is dangerous.

  • Page 171

    When you hear this noise, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 172

    As soon as depresses the accelerator pedal while you hear a screeching noise consult an on a slope, the function prevents the Authorized Mazda Dealer. vehicle from rolling. The braking force is maintained automatically after the brake Brake Assist pedal is released on a steep grade.

  • Page 173

    When Driving Brake NOTE Hill Launch Assist (HLA) does not operate on a gentle slope. In addition, the gradient of the slope on which the system will operate changes depending on the vehicle's load. Hill Launch Assist (HLA) does not operate if the parking brake is applied, or if the vehicle has not stopped completely.

  • Page 174

    When Driving ABS/TCS/DSC NOTE Antilock Brake System Braking distances may be longer on (ABS) loose surfaces (snow or gravel, for example) which usually have a hard The ABS control unit continuously foundation. A vehicle with a normal monitors the speed of each wheel. If braking system may require less one wheel is about to lock up, the ABS distance to stop under these conditions...

  • Page 175

    Refer to Warning Lights on page 4-25 . malfunction and they may not operate WARNING correctly. Take your vehicle to an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Do not rely on the Traction Control NOTE System (TCS) as a substitute for safe driving:...

  • Page 176

    10 seconds or more, the TCS TCS is not switched off, take your vehicle OFF switch malfunction detection to an Authorized Mazda Dealer. The DSC function operates and the TCS system may have a malfunction. activates automatically. The TCS OFF...

  • Page 177

    Use tires of the correct size specifi ed torque in conjunction with systems such for your Mazda on all four wheels. as ABS and TCS to help control side slip Use tires of the same manufacturer,...

  • Page 178

    When Driving Fuel Economy Monitor Fuel Economy Monitor For vehicles with type B audio, the Fuel Consumption are switched and displayed by operating each icon in the display. In addition, after completing a trip, the total energy effi ciency to date is displayed in the ending display when the ending display is turned on.

  • Page 179

    When Driving Fuel Economy Monitor Fuel Consumption Display Information regarding the fuel economy is displayed. Indication on display Control status Displays the fuel economy for the past 60 minutes. Displays the fuel economy every minute for the past 1 to 10 minutes. Displays the fuel economy every 10 minutes for the past 10 to 60 minutes.

  • Page 180

    It may cause tire slipping. NOTE When the sport mode is selected, driving at higher engine speeds increases and it may increase fuel consumption. Mazda recommends that you cancel the sport mode on normal driving. Drive mode cannot be switched in the following conditions:...

  • Page 181

    When Driving Drive Selection Drive Selection Switch Press the drive selection switch to the side (forward) to select the sport mode. Pull the drive selection switch to the side (backward) to cancel the sport mode. NOTE When the ignition is switched off, the sport mode is canceled.

  • Page 182

    When Driving Tires All-Wheel Drive (AWD) When replacing tires, always replace all Operation front and rear tires at the same time. All tires must be of the same size, AWD provides excellent drivability on manufacture, brand and tread pattern. snow-covered and ice-packed roads, sand Pay particular attention when equipping and mud, as well as on steep slopes and snow or other types of winter tires.

  • Page 183: Power Steering

    If the steering feels stiffer than usual during normal driving or the steering vibrates, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. The warning light notifi es the driver of system abnormalities and operation conditions.

  • Page 184

    Rear Cross Traffi c Alert (RCTA) ..................4-90 Driver support system Inter-vehicle distance Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) ................4-93 Pre-Crash Safety Technology Pre-crash safety technology is designed to assist the driver in averting collisions or reduce their severity in situations where they cannot be avoided.

  • Page 185

    The radar sensor (front) functions by detecting the radio waves refl ected off a vehicle ahead sent from the radar sensor. The following systems also use the radar sensor (front). Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) Distance Recognition Support System (DRSS) Smart Brake Support (SBS) The radar sensor (front) is mounted behind the radiator grille.

  • Page 186

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS) The adaptive front lighting system (AFS) automatically adjusts the headlight beams to the left or right in conjunction with the operation of the steering wheel after the headlights have been turned on. A system malfunction or operation conditions are indicated by a warning.

  • Page 187

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE High Beam Control System (HBC) The High Beam Control System (HBC) determines the conditions in front of the vehicle using the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) while driving in darkness to automatically switch the headlights between high and low beams. Refer to Warning/Indicator Lights on page 4-24 .

  • Page 188

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE The timing in which the system switches the headlights changes under the following conditions. If the system does not switch the headlights appropriately, manually switch between high and low beams according to the visibility as well as road and traffi c conditions.

  • Page 189

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE To Operate the System Manual Switching The High Beam Control System (HBC) Switching to low beams operates to switch the headlights Shift the lever to the low beam position. automatically between high and low The High Beam Control System (HBC) beams after the ignition is switched ON indicator light (green) turns off.

  • Page 190

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) The LDWS system notifi es the driver that the vehicle may be deviating from its lane. The system detects the white or yellow lines on the traffi c lane using the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) and if it determines that the vehicle may be deviating from its lane, it notifi...

  • Page 191

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE CAUTION Do not modify the suspension. If the vehicle height or the damping force of the suspensions is changed, the LDWS may not operate correctly. NOTE If your vehicle deviates from its traffi c lane, the LDWS operates (warning sound and indicator light).

  • Page 192

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Under the following conditions, the LDWS may not be able to detect white or yellow lines correctly and the LDWS may not operate correctly. If an object placed on the dashboard is refl ected in the windshield and picked up by the camera.

  • Page 193

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE 2. Drive the vehicle in the center of the When the System Operates driving lane while the LDWS OFF 1. The system goes on operation standby indicator light is turned off. The system when the LDWS switch is pressed becomes operational when all of the and the LDWS OFF indicator light following conditions are met.

  • Page 194

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE Auto cancel warning The LDWS does not operate until the When the following operations are system detects a white or yellow line on performed, the LDWS determines that either the left or right. the driver intends to make a lane change When the system detects a white or and the LDWS warning is canceled yellow line on one side only, the system...

  • Page 195

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE LDWS Warning If the LDWS warning sound is set to If the system determines that there is the rumble , the sound will be heard from possibility of a lane departure, the LDWS the vehicle speaker on the side which warning beep activates and the LDWS the system determined the vehicle may warning light fl...

  • Page 196

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) System The Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) system is designed to assist the driver in checking the area to the rear of the vehicle on both sides during lane changes by alerting the driver to the presence of vehicles approaching from the rear in an adjacent lane.

  • Page 197

    In the following cases, the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) OFF indicator light turns on and operation of the system is stopped. If the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) OFF indicator light remains illuminated, have the vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible.

  • Page 198

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE In the following cases, the activation of the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) warning lights and the warning beep may not occur or they may be delayed. A vehicle makes a lane change from a driving lane two lanes over to an adjacent lane. Driving on steep slopes.

  • Page 199

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE In the following cases, it may be diffi cult to view the illumination/fl ashing of the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) warning lights equipped on the door mirrors. Snow or ice is adhering to the door mirrors. The front door glass is fogged or covered in snow, frost or dirt. The system switches to the Rear Cross Traffi...

  • Page 200

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Forward driving (Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) system operation) The Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) system detects vehicles approaching from the rear and turns on the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) warning lights equipped on the door mirrors according to the conditions. Additionally, while a Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) warning light is illuminated, if the turn signal lever is operated to signal a turn in the direction in which the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) warning light is illuminated, the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) warning light fl...

  • Page 201

    If the switch is pressed again, the Blind conditions. Have your vehicle inspected Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross at an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Traffi c Alert (RCTA) systems become The light does not turn on when the operable and the Blind Spot Monitoring ignition is switched ON.

  • Page 202

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE When the ignition is switched off, the condition before the system was turned off is maintained. For example, if the ignition is switched OFF while the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Traffi c Alert (RCTA) systems are operational, the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Traffi...

  • Page 203

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Distance Recognition Support System (DRSS) The Distance Recognition Support System (DRSS) measures the distance between your vehicle and a vehicle ahead using a radar sensor (front) while the vehicle speed is 30 km/h or faster (19 mph or faster), and indicates a recommended distance to maintain between the vehicles.

  • Page 204

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Indication on Display The Distance Recognition Support System (DRSS) operation status is displayed in the active driving display. Problems are indicated in the center display (Type B audio). If there is a problem, take appropriate action according to the displayed message. Refer to Warning/Indicator Lights on page 4-24 .

  • Page 205

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Distance-between-vehicles guidelines Distance between vehicles Distance between vehicles guidelines guidelines Indication on display (During travel at about 40km/h (During travel at about 80km/h (25 mph)) (50 mph)) About 25 m (82 ft) About 50 m (164 ft) About 20 m (66 ft) About 40 m (131 ft) About 15 m (49 ft)

  • Page 206

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Rear Cross Traffi c Alert (RCTA) The Rear Cross Traffi c Alert (RCTA) system is designed to assist the driver in checking the area to the rear of the vehicle on both sides while the vehicle is reversing by alerting the driver to the presence of vehicles approaching the rear of the vehicle.

  • Page 207

    In the following cases, the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) OFF indicator light turns on and operation of the system is stopped. If the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) OFF indicator light remains illuminated, have the vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible.

  • Page 208

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Under the following conditions, the radar sensors (rear) cannot detect target objects or it may be diffi cult to detect them. The vehicle speed when reversing is about 10 km/h (6 mph) or faster. The radar sensor (rear) detection area is obstructed by a nearby wall or parked vehicle.

  • Page 209

    Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) The Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) system is designed to maintain headway control according to the vehicle speed using a radar sensor (front) to detect the distance to a vehicle ahead, and by presetting the vehicle speed between 30 km/h (19 mph) and 145 km/h (90 mph), the driver is freed from having to constantly use the accelerator or brake pedals.

  • Page 210

    CAUTION If the vehicle is towed or you are towing something, switch the Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) system off to prevent an incorrect operation. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

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    While the Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) system is in use, it does not cancel even if the selector lever is operated and any intended engine braking will not occur. If deceleration is required, lower the vehicle speed setting or depress the brake pedal.

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    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE The Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) warning light (amber) turns on when the system has a malfunction. Refer to Warning/Indicator Lights on page 4-24 . The headway control operation can be canceled and the system can be switched to only cruise control.

  • Page 213

    NOTE When the ignition is switched to ACC or OFF while the Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) is ON, the Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) remains ON automatically. When the ON switch is pressed continuously for about 2 seconds while the Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) system is turned on, the system switches the function to only cruise control.

  • Page 214

    fi lled with white lines are indication turns off and the system displayed. The Mazda Radar Cruise switches back to travel at constant Control (MRCC) indicator light (green) speed.

  • Page 215

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE How to Set the Distance Between Changing the Set Vehicle Speed Vehicles During Headway Control Changing the set vehicle speed using the The distance between vehicles is set to a SET switch shorter distance each time the switch is pressed.

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    When the system is temporarily canceled When accelerating using the SET switch while in headway control, the set In the following cases, the Mazda Radar vehicle speed can be adjusted but Cruise Control (MRCC) system is acceleration is not possible. If there is temporarily canceled.

  • Page 217

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE Cruise Control Function The Mazda Radar Cruise Control While this function is operating, the (MRCC) system may be canceled during headway control operation is canceled and rain, fog, snow or other inclement only the cruise control function operates.

  • Page 218

    When the ON switch is pressed The set speed can be increased using the continuously for about 2 seconds while following operations: the Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) To increase speed using the SET system is turned on, the system is switched switch to the cruise control function.

  • Page 219

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Cancelling the function Cancelling using OFF switch When the OFF switch is pressed, the cruise control function is cancelled. Cancelling using ON switch When the ON switch is pressed continuously for about 2 seconds, the cruise control function is canceled and the headway control function is made available for operation.

  • Page 220

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) The Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) system is designed to reduce damage in the event of a collision by operating the brake control (SCBS brake) when the system's laser sensor (front) detects a vehicle ahead and determines that a collision with a vehicle ahead is unavoidable.

  • Page 221

    (front) , stop using the Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) system immediately and have your vehicle inspected by an Authorized Mazda Dealer. If the vehicle continues to be driven with cracks or scratch marks left on the windshield near the laser sensor (front) , the system may operate unnecessarily and cause an unexpected accident.

  • Page 222

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE CAUTION When driving off -road in areas where there is grass or forage, it is recommended that the Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) system be turned off . Always use tires for all wheels that are of the specifi ed size, and the same manufacturer, brand, and tread pattern.

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    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Under the following conditions, the Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) system may not operate normally. Heavy luggage is loaded in the luggage compartment or on the rear seat. If there is the possibility of partial contact with a vehicle ahead. When driving on continuously curving roads, and entering and exiting exits.

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    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) Stopping the Smart City Brake Indicator Light (Red) Support (SCBS) System Operation If the Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) is The Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) operating, the indicator light (red) fl ashes. system can be temporarily deactivated.

  • Page 225

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Smart Brake Support (SBS) Smart Brake Support (SBS) is a system which alerts the driver of a possible collision using an indicator and warning sound in the instrument cluster while the vehicle is being driven at about 15 km/h or faster (10 mph or faster) and the system's radar sensor (front) determines that your vehicle may hit a vehicle ahead.

  • Page 226

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE The Smart Brake Support (SBS) system operates when all of the following conditions are met: The ignition is switched ON. The Smart Brake Support (SBS) system is on. The vehicle speed is about 15 km/h or faster (10 mph or faster). The relative speed between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead is about 15 km/h or faster (10 mph or faster).

  • Page 227

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE Smart Brake Support (SBS) Indicator Light (Red) If the Smart Brake Support (SBS) system operation is turned off, the Smart City If the Smart Brake Support (SBS) is Brake Support (SCBS) system operation is operating, the indicator light (red) fl ashes. turned off simultaneously.

  • Page 228

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) Your vehicle is equipped with a Forward Sensing Camera (FSC). The Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) is positioned near the rearview mirror and used by the following systems. High Beam Control System (HBC) Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) Smart Brake Support (SBS) Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) The Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) determines the conditions ahead of the vehicle while...

  • Page 229

    Always keep the windshield glass around the camera clean by removing dirt or fogging. Use the windshield defroster to remove fogging on the windshield. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer regarding cleaning the interior side of the windshield around the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC).

  • Page 230

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE In the following cases, the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) cannot detect target objects correctly, and each system may be unable to operate normally. The height of the vehicle ahead is low. You drive your vehicle at the same speed as the vehicle ahead. Headlights are not turned on during the night or when going through a tunnel.

  • Page 231

    Radar Sensor (Front) Your vehicle is equipped with a radar sensor (front). The following systems also use the radar sensor (front). Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) Distance Recognition Support System (DRSS) Smart Brake Support (SBS) The radar sensor (front) functions by detecting the radio waves refl ected off a vehicle ahead or an obstruction sent from the radar sensor.

  • Page 232

    If the front part of the vehicle has been damaged in a vehicle accident, the position of the radar sensor (front) may have moved. Stop the system immediately and always have the vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Do not use the front bumper to push other vehicles or obstructions such as when pulling out of a parking space.

  • Page 233

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE Under the following conditions, the radar sensor (front) may not be able to Under the following conditions, the detect vehicles ahead or obstructions. radar sensor (front) may not be able to detect vehicles ahead or obstructions The beginning and end of a curve.

  • Page 234

    See the next page on how to turn off the system. Refer to Personalization Features on page 9-10 . Do not apply a coating agent to the windshield. When replacing the windshield wipers or windshield, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Never remove the sensor.

  • Page 235

    If there are recognizable cracks or damage caused by fl ying gravel or debris on the windshield, always have the windshield replaced. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer for replacement. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 236

    CAUTION If the rear bumper receives a severe impact, the system may no longer operate normally. Stop the system immediately and have the vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 4–120...

  • Page 237

    For repairs or replacement of the radar sensors (rear), or bumper repairs, paintwork, and replacement near the radar sensors, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Turn off the system while pulling a trailer or while an accessory such as a bicycle carrier is installed to the rear of the vehicle.

  • Page 238: Cruise Control

    When Driving Cruise Control Cruise Control With cruise control, you can set and automatically maintain any speed of more than about 25 km/h (16 mph). WARNING Do not use the cruise control under the following conditions: Using the cruise control under the following conditions is dangerous and could result in loss of vehicle control.

  • Page 239

    When Driving Cruise Control NOTE Cruise Main Indicator Light (Amber)/Cruise Set Indicator When the ignition is switched OFF, the Light (Green) system status before it was turned off is maintained. For example, if the ignition is switched OFF with the cruise control system operable, the system will be operable when the ignition is switched ON the next time.

  • Page 240

    When Driving Cruise Control Cruise control will cancel if the vehicle To Decrease Cruising Speed speed decreases below 21 km/h (13 Press the SET switch and hold it. The mph) when cruise is activated, such as vehicle will gradually slow. when climbing a steep grade.

  • Page 241

    When Driving Cruise Control To Temporarily Cancel To temporarily cancel the system, use one of these methods: Slightly depress the brake pedal. Press the CANCEL switch. If the RESUME switch is pressed when the vehicle speed is 25 km/h (16 mph) or higher, the system reverts to the previously set speed.

  • Page 242: Tire Pressure Monitoring System

    When Driving Tire Pressure Monitoring System Tire Pressure Monitoring System The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) monitors the air pressure of all four tires. If the air pressure of one or more tires is too low, the system warns the driver by indicating the tire pressure monitoring system warning light in the instrument cluster and operating a beep sound.

  • Page 243

    When Driving Tire Pressure Monitoring System CAUTION Each tire, including the spare (if provided), should be checked monthly when cold and infl ated to the infl ation pressure recommended by the vehicle manufacturer on the vehicle placard or tire infl ation pressure label. (If your vehicle has tires of a diff erent size than the size indicated on the vehicle placard or tire infl ation pressure label, you should determine the proper tire infl ation pressure for those tires.) As an added safety feature, your vehicle has been equipped with a tire pressure monitoring...

  • Page 244

    When Driving Tire Pressure Monitoring System NOTE Because this system detects slight changes in tire conditions, the timing of the warning may be faster or slower in the following cases: The size, manufacturer, or the type of tires is different from the specifi cation. The size, manufacturer, or the type of a tire is different from the others, or the level of tire wear is excessively different between them.

  • Page 245

    When Driving Tire Pressure Monitoring System Tire Pressure Monitoring System CAUTION Initialization If the system initialization is performed In the following cases, system without adjusting the tire pressure, initialization must be performed so that the the system cannot detect the normal system operates normally.

  • Page 246: Rear View Monitor

    When Driving Rear View Monitor Rear View Monitor The rear view monitor provides visual images of the rear of the vehicle when reversing. WARNING Always drive carefully confi rming the safety of the rear and the surrounding conditions by looking directly with your eyes: Reversing the vehicle by only looking at the screen is dangerous as it may cause an accident or a collision with an object.

  • Page 247

    If the camera temperature changes rapidly (Hot to cold, cold to hot), the rear view monitor may not operate correctly. When replacing the tires, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Replacing the tires could result in deviation of the guide lines which appear on the display.

  • Page 248

    When Driving Rear View Monitor Displayable Range on the Screen The images on the screen may be different from the actual conditions. (Screen display) Garnish Bumper (Actual view) Object NOTE The displayable range varies depending on the vehicle and road conditions. The displayable range is limited.

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    When Driving Rear View Monitor Viewing the Display Guide lines which indicate the width of the vehicle (yellow) are displayed on the screen as a reference to the approximate width of the vehicle in comparison to the width of the parking space you are about to back into.

  • Page 250

    When Driving Rear View Monitor Rear View Monitor Operation The operation of the rear view monitor when reversing the vehicle varies depending on the traffi c, road, and vehicle conditions. The amount of steering and the timing also varies depending on conditions, so confi rm the surrounding conditions directly with your eyes and steer the vehicle in accordance with the conditions.

  • Page 251

    When Driving Rear View Monitor 5. Once they are parallel, straighten the wheels and back your vehicle slowly into the parking space. Continue checking the vehicle's surroundings and then stop the vehicle in the best possible position. (If the parking space has division lines, check whether the vehicle width guide lines are parallel to them.) (Display condition) (Vehicle condition)

  • Page 252

    When Driving Rear View Monitor Variance Between Actual Road Conditions and Displayed Image Some variance occurs between the actual road and the displayed road. Such variance in distance perspective could lead to an accident. Note the following conditions that may cause a variance in distance perspective.

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    When Driving Rear View Monitor Three-dimensional object on vehicle rear Because the distance guide lines are displayed based on a fl at surface, the distance to the three-dimensional object displayed on the screen is different from the actual distance. (Screen display) (Actual condition) (Actual distance) B>C=A Sensed distance on screen A>B>C...

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  • Page 255: Interior Features

    Interior Features Use of various features for ride comfort, including air-conditioning and audio system. Climate Control System..............5-2 Operating Tips ................5-2 Vent Operation ................5-3 Manual Type ................. 5-5 Fully Automatic Type ..............5-10 Audio System ..................5-14 Antenna ..................5-14 Operating Tips for Audio System ..........

  • Page 256: Climate Control System

    For details, consult an Authorized system effi ciency. Mazda Dealer. Use the climate control system to defog the windows and dehumidify the air. Label The recirculate mode should be used when driving through tunnels or while in a traffi...

  • Page 257

    Interior Features Climate Control System Center vents (front passenger) Vent Operation Air vent open/close Adjusting the Vents Close Open Directing airfl ow To adjust the direction of airfl ow, move the adjustment knob. Knob NOTE When using the air conditioner under Airfl...

  • Page 258

    Interior Features Climate Control System Selecting the Airfl ow Mode Dashboard Vents Defroster and Floor Vents Defroster Vents Dashboard and Floor Vents Floor Vents I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 5–4...

  • Page 259

    Interior Features Climate Control System Manual Type Type A Temperature control dial Rear window defogger switch Fan control dial A/C switch Mode selector dial Air intake selector (outside air position) Air intake selector (recirculated air position) Type B Rear window defogger switch Temperature control dial Fan control dial A/C switch...

  • Page 260

    Interior Features Climate Control System Control Switches A/C switch Press the A/C switch to turn the air Temperature control dial conditioner on. The indicator light on the switch will illuminate when the fan control This dial controls temperature. Turn it dial is set at position 1, 2, 3, or 4.

  • Page 261

    Interior Features Climate Control System NOTE Air intake selector (Type B) If the windshield fogs up easily, set the This lever controls the source of air mode selector dial to the position. entering the vehicle. If cooler air is desired at face level, set the mode selector dial to the position It is recommended that under normal...

  • Page 262

    Interior Features Climate Control System NOTE Windshield Defrosting and Defogging When maximum cooling is desired, set the temperature control dial to the 1. Set the mode selector dial to the extreme cold position and set the air position. intake selector to the recirculated air 2.

  • Page 263

    Interior Features Climate Control System Dehumidifying (With air conditioner) Operate the air conditioner in cool or cold weather to help defog the windshield and side windows. 1. Set the mode selector dial to the desired position. 2. (Type A) Set the air intake selector to the outside air position.

  • Page 264

    Interior Features Climate Control System Fully Automatic Type Type A Temperature control dial Fan control dial Mode selector dial A/C switch Air intake selector switch Rear window defogger switch Type B Temperature control dial Fan control dial Mode selector dial A/C switch Air intake selector switch Rear window defogger switch...

  • Page 265

    Interior Features Climate Control System NOTE Control Switches With the airfl ow mode set to the Temperature control dial position and the temperature control dial set at a medium temperature, This dial controls temperature. Turn it heated air is directed to the feet and air clockwise for hot and counterclockwise at a comparably lower temperature will for cold.

  • Page 266

    Interior Features Climate Control System NOTE Outside air position (indicator light turned off) Setting the temperature to maximum hot or cold will not provide the desired Outside air is allowed to enter the temperature at a faster rate. cabin. Use this mode for ventilation or When selecting heat, the system will windshield defrosting.

  • Page 267

    Interior Features Climate Control System Sunlight/Temperature Sensor The climate control system measures inside and outside temperatures, and sunlight. It then sets temperatures inside the passenger compartment accordingly. CAUTION Do not obstruct either sensor, otherwise the climate control system will not operate properly. Sunlight sensor Interior temperature sensor I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 268

    Interior Features Audio System Antenna Operating Tips for Audio System Antenna WARNING Always adjust the audio while the vehicle is stopped: Do not adjust the audio control switches while driving the vehicle. Adjusting the audio while driving the vehicle is dangerous as it could distract your attention from the vehicle operation which could lead to a serious accident.

  • Page 269

    Interior Features Audio System Do not spill any liquid on the audio FM characteristics system. An FM broadcast range is usually about 40—50 km (25—30 miles) from the source. Because of extra coding needed to break the sound into two channels, stereo FM has even less range than monaural (non-stereo) FM.

  • Page 270

    Interior Features Audio System Multipath noise Weak signal noise Since FM signals can be refl ected by In suburban areas, broadcast signals obstructions, it is possible to receive both become weak because of distance from the the direct signal and the refl ected signal transmitter.

  • Page 271

    Interior Features Audio System If the memory portion of the CD is Operating Tips for CD Player transparent or translucent, do not use the disc. Condensation phenomenon Immediately after turning on the heater when the vehicle is cold, the CD or optical components (prism and lens) in the CD player may become clouded with condensation.

  • Page 272

    Interior Features Audio System CDs bearing the logo shown in the The CD player ejects the CD if the CD illustration can be played. No other discs is inserted upside down. Also dirty and/ can be played. or defective CDs may be ejected. Do not insert cleaning discs in the CD player.

  • Page 273

    Interior Features Audio System The number of characters which can be Operating Tips for MP3 displayed is restricted. MP3 stands for MPEG Audio Layer 3, which is standardized voice compression Operating Tips for WMA established by the ISO working group WMA is short for Windows Media Audio (MPEG).

  • Page 274

    Interior Features Audio System Operating Tips for AAC Operating Tips for OGG AAC stands for Advanced Audio Coding, OGG is the audio compression format for which is standardized voice compression Xiph. Org Foundation. established by the ISO working group Audio data can be created and stored at a (MPEG).

  • Page 275

    If data in the iPod is lost while it is If a device exceeds the maximum connected to the unit, Mazda cannot electric current value of 1,000 mA, guarantee recovery of any lost data. it may not operate or recharge when If the iPod battery is deteriorated, the connected.

  • Page 276

    Interior Features Audio System Audio Set (Type A) Power/Volume/Sound Controls ................page 5-24 Clock ........................page 5-26 Operating the Radio ....................page 5-28 Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player............. page 5-30 How to use Auxiliary jack/USB port ..............page 5-33 Error Indications ....................

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  • Page 278

    Interior Features Audio System Power/Volume/Sound Controls Audio display Menu button Power/Volume/Audio control dial 2. Turn the audio control dial to adjust the Power ON/OFF selected functions as follows: Switch the ignition to ACC or ON. Press the power/volume dial to turn the audio system on.

  • Page 279

    Interior Features Audio System NOTE If not operated for several seconds, the display returns to the previous display. To reset bass, treble, fade, and balance, press the menu button ( ) for 2 seconds. The unit will beep and “ CLEAR ” will be displayed.

  • Page 280

    Interior Features Audio System Clock :00 button Audio control dial Audio display Clock button Menu button Hour/Minute set switch Setting the time Time resetting The clock can be set at any time when the 1. Press the clock button ( ) for about ignition is switched to ACC or ON.

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  • Page 282

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Radio Audio display Channel preset buttons Tuning button Scan button Auto memory button Band selector button Radio ON Seek tuning Press a band selector button ( ) to Automatic search for radio stations starts turn the radio on.

  • Page 283

    Interior Features Audio System 3. Repeat this operation for the other stations and bands you want to store. To tune one in the memory, select AM, FM1, or FM2 and then press its channel preset button. The station frequency or the channel number will be displayed.

  • Page 284

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player Repeat button Text button Play/Pause button Random button Audio display Folder up button Track down/ Reverse button Folder down button Track up/ Media/Scan button Fast-forward button CD eject button CD slot Ejecting the CD Type Playable data...

  • Page 285

    Interior Features Audio System Track search Repeat playback Press the track up button ( ) once to skip During music CD playback forward to the beginning of the next track. Press the track down button ( ) within a 1. Press the repeat button ( 1 ) during few seconds after playback begins to track playback to play the current track down to the beginning of the previous...

  • Page 286

    Interior Features Audio System Random playback Switching the display Tracks are randomly selected and played. The information displayed on the audio display changes as follows each time the During music CD playback text button ( 3 ) is pressed during playback. 1.

  • Page 287

    CD for damage, dirt, or smudges, and then properly reinsert it. If the message appears again, insert another known good CD. If the message continues to appear, take the unit to an Authorized Mazda Dealer for service. How to use Auxiliary jack/USB port...

  • Page 288

    Interior Features Audio System Audio Set (Type B) NOTE The explanation of functions described in this manual may differ from the actual operation, and the shapes of screens and buttons and the letters and characters displayed may also differ from the actual appearance. Additionally, depending on future software updates, the content may successively change without notice.

  • Page 289

    Interior Features Audio System Switches around commander knob The following operations can be done by pressing the switches around the commander knob. : Displays the home screen. : Displays the Entertainment screen. : Displays the Navigation screen (Only navigation-equipped vehicles). For operation of the Navigation screen, refer to the navigation system manual.

  • Page 290

    Interior Features Audio System Commander knob operation (Selection of icons on screen) 1. Tilt or turn the commander knob and move the cursor to the desired icon. 2. Press the commander knob and select the icon. NOTE Long-press operation of the commander knob is also possible for some functions. Touch panel operation CAUTION Do not press the screen strongly or press it with a sharp-pointed object.

  • Page 291

    Interior Features Audio System Basic Operation Method TOUCH & TAP 1. Touch or tap on the item indicated on the screen. 2. The operation is launched and the next item is displayed. SLIDE 1. Touch the setting item displaying a slider bar. 2.

  • Page 292

    Interior Features Audio System Return to previous screen 1. Touch the Displaying the home screen 1. Touch the Home screen Icon Function Applications Information such as average fuel economy, maintenance, and warnings can be verifi ed. Depending on the grade and specifi cation, the screen display may differ. Entertainment Operates audio such as the radio and CDs.

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  • Page 294

    Interior Features Audio System Volume/Display/Sound Controls Audio control switch Commander switch Volume switch Volume dial Volume adjustment Daytime/nighttime (System) screen setting Turn the commander switch volume dial. The volume switch on the steering switch The daytime or nighttime screen can be can also be pressed.

  • Page 295

    Interior Features Audio System Audio sound adjustment Select the icon on the home screen and display the Settings screen. Select the tab to select the item you would like to change. Indication Setting value Side: Low pitch Bass enhancement (Low pitch sound) Side: Low pitch reduction Side: Treble...

  • Page 296

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Radio Radio ON Select the icon on the home screen and display the Entertainment screen. When selecting the desired radio, the following icons are indicated in the lower part of the center display. AM/FM Radio Icon Function Displays the Entertainment menu.

  • Page 297

    Interior Features Audio System 4. Select a radio station or radio Favorites Radio frequency. The selected radio station Selected stations can be registered for can be moved. convenient operation. Up to 50 stations 5. Slide the radio station or move it using can be registered.

  • Page 298

    Interior Features Audio System Ex.) HD Radio 89.3 is currently being received. With Rock selected as the Genre, the radio What is HD Radio™ Technology and stations broadcasting Rock are at the how does it work? following frequencies. HD Radio™ Technology is the digital 98.3 , 98.7, 104.3 , 107.1...

  • Page 299

    Interior Features Audio System NOTE iTunes Tagging (for Apple devices with USB use only) If an analog broadcast is received once is received while HD1 is By tagging a song currently being aired, selected, the audio unit switches to the the song can be easily purchased from the station automatically.

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    (some areas of the United States and Canada). Contact Authorized Mazda Dealer for details. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 301

    Interior Features Audio System SiriusXM operation Select the icon on the home screen to display the Entertainment screen. When selected, the following icons are indicated in the bottom part of the center display. Icon Function Displays the Entertainment menu. Use to switch to a different audio source. Displays the channel list of the current category.

  • Page 302

    Interior Features Audio System Selection from channel list PIN code reset Receivable channels can be displayed on If the registered code has been forgotten, the channel list screen. You can easily reset the code to the default [0000] code. select the channel you want to listen 1.

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  • Page 304

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player CD eject button CD slot Ejecting the CD Type Playable data Press the CD eject button ( ) to eject the Music/MP3/WMA/ Music data (CD-DA) AAC CD player MP3/WMA/AAC fi le NOTE If a disc has both music data (CD-DA) and MP3/WMA/AAC fi...

  • Page 305

    Interior Features Audio System Playback Select the icon on the home screen with a CD inserted and display the Entertainment screen. When is selected, the following icons are indicated in the lower part of the center display. Icon Function Displays the Entertainment menu. Use to switch to a different audio source. (Music CD) Displays the track list of the CD.

  • Page 306

    Interior Features Audio System Icon Function Plays a CD. When selected again, playback is temporarily stopped. Advances to the beginning of the next song. Long-press to fast forward. It stops when you remove your hand from the icon or the commander knob.

  • Page 307

    Interior Features Audio System Settings NOTE Depending on the grade and specifi cation, the screen display may differ. Select the icon on the home screen and display the Settings screen. Switch the tab and select the setting item you want to change. You can customize settings in the setup display as follows: Item Function...

  • Page 308

    2. Voice recognition assistance for Play Artist Music Database Update and Play Album System Gracenote can be downloaded from the Mazda Handsfree Website. Refer to Gracenote Database (Type B) on page 5-71 . Memory and settings are initialized to the factory settings.

  • Page 309

    Interior Features Audio System Applications Audio Control Switch Operation NOTE Depending on the grade and specifi cation, ® Without Bluetooth Hands-Free the screen display may differ. Select the icon on the home screen to display the Applications screen. The following information can be verifi ed. Top screen Item Function...

  • Page 310

    Interior Features Audio System ® Adjusting the Volume USB Audio/Bluetooth Audio /CD Press the seek switch ( ) to skip forward To increase the volume, press up the to the beginning of the next track. volume switch ( ). Press the seek switch ( ) within a few To decrease the volume, press down the seconds after playback begins to track volume switch ( ).

  • Page 311

    Type B (Type B) The SD card slot is for the navigation system. For vehicles with the navigation system, the SD card (Mazda genuine) with Auxiliary jack stored map data is inserted into the SD card slot and used. USB port How to use AUX mode (Type A) ........

  • Page 312

    Interior Features Audio System NOTE WARNING This mode may not be usable depending Do not adjust the portable audio unit on the portable audio device to be or a similar product while driving the connected. vehicle: Before using the auxiliary jack/USB Adjusting the portable audio unit port, refer to the instruction manual for or a similar product while driving...

  • Page 313

    Interior Features Audio System NOTE Type B Insert the plug into the auxiliary jack/ USB port securely. USB port Auxiliary jack Insert or pull out the plug with the plug perpendicular to the auxiliary jack/USB port hole. Insert or remove the plug by holding its base.

  • Page 314

    Interior Features Audio System How to use USB mode (Type A) Random button Audio display Repeat button Text button Play/Pause button Track down/Reverse button Folder up button Media/Scan button Track up/Fast-forward button Folder down button NOTE Type Playable data Some devices such as smart phones USB mode MP3/WMA/AAC fi...

  • Page 315

    Interior Features Audio System Track search Folder repeat Press the track up button ( ) once to skip 1. Press the repeat button ( 1 ) during forward to the beginning of the next track. playback, and then press the button Press the track down button ( ) within a again within 3 seconds to play the few seconds after playback begins to track...

  • Page 316

    USB device has MP3/WMA/AAC fi les and re-connect Information displayed Button correctly. If the message reappears, have on audio display the unit checked by an Authorized Mazda File number/Elapsed time Dealer. Folder number/File number File name...

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    MEMO I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 5–63...

  • Page 318

    Interior Features Audio System How to use iPod mode (Type A) Audio display Text button Play/Pause button Random button Category down button Repeat button Category up button Track down/Reverse button List up button Track up/Fast-forward button List down button Media/Scan button An iPod may not be compatible depending Fast-forward/Reverse on the model or OS version.

  • Page 319

    Interior Features Audio System List search Album random Press the list down button ( ) to select the 1. Press the random button ( 2 ) during previous list and press the list up button playback, and then press the button ( ) to select the next list.

  • Page 320

    Error Indications (Type A) If you see an error indication on the display, fi nd the cause in the chart. If you cannot clear the error indication, take the vehicle to an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Indication Cause Solution Verify that the content...

  • Page 321

    Interior Features Audio System How to use AUX mode (Type B) 1. Select the icon on the home screen and display the Entertainment screen. 2. Select to switch to the AUX mode. The following icons are displayed in the lower part of the center display.

  • Page 322

    Interior Features Audio System Playback 1. Select the icon on the home screen and display the Entertainment screen. 2. Select to switch the USB mode. The following icons are displayed in the lower part of the center display. Icon Function Displays the Entertainment menu.

  • Page 323: Category List

    Interior Features Audio System Category list Select the icon and display the following category list. Select a desired category and item. Category Function Playlist Displays playlists on the device. Displays the artist name list. Artist All the tracks or tracks for each album of the selected artist can be played. Album Displays the album name list.

  • Page 324

    Interior Features Audio System Example of use (to play all tracks in USB device) (Method 1) 1. Select to display the category list. 2. Select All the tracks in the USB device are displayed. 3. Select a desired track. The selected track is played. All the tracks in the USB device can be played by continuing playback.

  • Page 325

    The information stored in this device uses database information in the Gracenote music recognition service. CAUTION For information related to the most recent Gracenote database which can be used and how to install it, go to the Mazda Hands Free Website: http://www.mazdahandsfree.com Introduction ®...

  • Page 326

    5. Select the package to use the update. 6. Select NOTE Gracenote can be downloaded from the Mazda Hands-free Website. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 5–72...

  • Page 327

    CAUTION Some Bluetooth ® mobile devices are not compatible with the vehicle. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer, Mazda's call center or Web support center for information regarding Bluetooth ® mobile device compatibility: U.S.A. Phone: 800-430-0153 Web: www.MazdaUSA.com/bluetooth...

  • Page 328

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ® Applicable Bluetooth specifi cation (Recommended) Type A: Ver. 2.0 Type B: Ver. 1.1/1.2/2.0 EDR/2.1 EDR/3.0 (conformity) Component Parts Audio unit Type A Type B Talk button, Pick-up button and Hang-up button Talk button Pick-up button Hang-up button Microphone Microphone...

  • Page 329

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Volume adjustment The power/volume dial of the audio unit or the volume dial of the commander switch is used to adjust the volume. Turn the dial to the right to increase volume, to the left to decrease it.

  • Page 330

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ® Bluetooth Preparation (Type A) Device pairing To use Bluetooth ® Hands-Free, the device ® Bluetooth Hands-Free Preparation ® equipped with Bluetooth has to be paired ® to the Bluetooth unit using the following Pairing code setting procedure.

  • Page 331

    Device registration can also be done by operating the audio unit. 10. Select “Mazda” from the device list Depending on the device, the searched by the device. registration status may be lost after a 11. Input the 4-digit pairing code to the certain period of time.

  • Page 332

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 7. Prompt: “XXXXX..., XXXXX..., (Hands-free phone) XXXXX... (Ex. Device A, device B, 1. Press the pick-up button or talk button device C)” (The voice guidance reads with a short press. out the device tags registered to the 2.

  • Page 333

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 8. Say: [Beep] “Yes” or “No” 6. Say: [Beep] “Delete” 9. If “Yes”, go to Step 10. If “No”, the 7. Prompt: “Please say the name of procedure returns to Step 5. the device you would like to delete. 10.

  • Page 334

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 11. Prompt: “XXXXX... (Ex. device C) 2. Turn the audio control dial and select a (Device tag), is this correct?” desired mode. 12. Say: [Beep] “Yes” 13. Prompt: “New name saved.” ® Bluetooth Audio Preparation ® Bluetooth audio device set-up ®...

  • Page 335

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ® NOTE 3. Input the PIN code of your Bluetooth audio device by pressing channel preset ® If a Bluetooth device has already been buttons 1 to 4 while “ PIN 0000 ” is paired to the vehicle as a hands-free displayed.

  • Page 336

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth NOTE NOTE ® Some Bluetooth audio devices need a If pairing cannot be completed, try certain amount of time before the “1234” instead. Refer to the owner's symbol is displayed. manual of your mobile device for the If the pairing failed, “...

  • Page 337

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 4. Turn the audio control dial to select the NOTE name of the device you would like to ® Some Bluetooth audio devices need a link. certain amount of time before the symbol is displayed. If a hands-free type mobile phone has Device name 1 been the most recently paired device, ®...

  • Page 338

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 4. Rotate the audio control dial and select NOTE the name of the paired device you Select “ GO BACK ” and press the audio would like to delete. control dial to return to the “ PAIR DELETE ”...

  • Page 339

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 8. Say: [Beep] “Yes” Available Language (Type A) 9. Prompt: “French (Desired language) The available languages are English, selected” (Spoken in the newly selected Spanish, and Canadian French. If the language). language setting is changed, all of the voice guidance and voice input commands (Method 2) are done in the selected language.

  • Page 340

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Skipping Voice Guidance (for faster Returning to previous operation operation) This command is for returning to the Press and release the talk-button. previous operation while in the voice recognition mode. NOTE Say: [Beep] “Go Back” ® The Bluetooth Hands-Free system To prevent a deterioration in the voice...

  • Page 341

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ® Security Setting (Type A) Using Bluetooth Hands-Free with a passcode If a passcode is set, the system cannot be 1. Press the pick-up button or talk button activated unless the passcode is input. with a short press. NOTE 2.

  • Page 342

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Confi rmation Prompts Voice Recognition Learning Function (Speaker Enrollment) The confi rmation prompt confi rms the (Type A) command content to the user before advancing to the operation requested by The voice recognition learning function the user. When this function is turned enables voice recognition appropriate to on, the system reads out the voice the characteristics of the user's voice.

  • Page 343

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 6. Say: [Beep] “0123456789” (Say NOTE the voice input command for voice If an error occurred in the voice recognition learning (1 to 8) according recognition learning, re-learning can be to the voice guidance.) done by pressing the talk button with a 7.

  • Page 344

    Bluetooth device (Peripheral disabled. Would you like to disable/ device). enable or retrain?” 7. Select “Mazda” from the device list 4. Say: [Beep] “Disable” or “Enable” searched by the device. ® 5. When “Disable” is spoken, the voice 8.

  • Page 345

    If pairing is redone on the same the Hands-free or audio. mobile phone device, fi rst clear Hands-free: Phone calls and E-mail/ ® “Mazda” displayed on the Bluetooth setting screen of the mobile device. ® ® Audio: Bluetooth audio, Pandora When the OS of the device is updated, Aha™, Stitcher™...

  • Page 346

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Deleting all devices Ending Voice Recognition 1. Select the icon on the home screen Use one of the following methods: and display the Settings screen. Press the hang-up button. 2. Select the tab. Say, “Cancel”. 3. Select Operate the commander switch or the 4.

  • Page 347

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth To prevent a deterioration in the voice recognition rate and voice quality, the following points should be observed: The voice recognition cannot be performed while voice guidance or the beep sound is operating. Wait until the voice guidance or the beep sound is fi...

  • Page 348

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Audio Operation Using Voice Recognition (Type B) Main audio operation The below commands are examples of the available commands. When the talk button is pressed and the following command is spoken out, the audio can be operated.

  • Page 349

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 1. Press the pick-up button or talk button ® Bluetooth Hands-Free with a short press. (Type A) 2. Say: [Beep] “Phonebook” 3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: New entry, edit, list names, delete, Making a Call erase all or import contact.”...

  • Page 350

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 16. (Registration) 6. Device (Mobile phone) operation: Press the pick-up button or say “Enter”, Select one entry from the phonebook ® then go to Step 17. and send it using Bluetooth (Adding/inputting telephone 7. Prompt: “X (Number of locations number) which include data) numbers have been Say, “XXXX”...

  • Page 351

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 6. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex. “Mary's 14. (Number Change) phone”)” (Say the voice tag for the Press the pick-up button, then go to registered name to be edited in the Step 15. phonebook.) (Adding/inputting telephone 7. Prompt: “Home, Work, Mobile, or number) Say, “XXXX”...

  • Page 352

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 9. Prompt: “XXXXX... (Ex. “John's 3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: phone”) (Registered voice tag) Home New entry, edit, list names, delete, (Registered location) deleted.” erase all or import contact.” 4. Say: [Beep] “List names” 5.

  • Page 353

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Telephone Number Input Emergency calls A call can be made to the emergency NOTE phone number (911: U.S.A./Canada, 066: Practice this while parked until you are Mexico) using the voice input command. confi dent you can do it while driving in a It may not function properly in some areas non-taxing road situation.

  • Page 354

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Transferring a Call from Hands- Switching calls Free to a Device (Mobile Phone) Switching back to the previous call can also be done. Communication between the hands-free unit and a device (Mobile phone) is Method 1 canceled, and the line can be switched 1.

  • Page 355

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Making calls using the phonebook ® Bluetooth Hands-Free 1. Press the talk button with a short press. (Type B) 2. Say: [Beep] “Call” 3. Prompt: “Name please.” Making a Call 4. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex. “John's phone”)”...

  • Page 356

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth (Automatic downloading) Registering to your favorites The “Auto Download Contacts” 1. Select the icon on the home screen setting must be on. When hands-free is and display the Communication screen. connected to the device, the phonebook is 2.

  • Page 357

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 5. Select the contact information which Telephone Number Input you would like to delete. NOTE 6. Select Practice this while parked until you are confi dent you can do it while driving in a Changing the display order of your non-taxing road situation.

  • Page 358

    Refer to Communication Settings on page 5-110 . CAUTION Though the system can be set to not call 911, doing so will defeat the purpose of the system. Mazda recommends that the Mobile 911 system remain activated. NOTE Mobile 911 is a secondary function of the audio entertainment system.

  • Page 359: Receiving An Incoming Call

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Receiving an Incoming Call When an incoming call is received, the incoming call notifi cation screen is displayed. The “Incoming Call Notifi cations” setting must be on. Refer to Communication Settings on page 5-110 . To accept the call, press the pick-up button on the audio control switch or select the screen.

  • Page 360

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth NOTE Receiving and Replying to Messages (available only with If the ignition is switched off during a E-mail/SMS compatible phones) hands-free call, the line is transferred to the device (Mobile phone) SMS (Short Message Service) messages, automatically.

  • Page 361

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth NOTE Attached data is not downloaded. Messages up to 1 kilobyte (e-mail)/140- bytes (SMS) can be downloaded. A message list is created for each device. If the connected device does not correspond to MAP 1.0, the AT command is used to download.

  • Page 362

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth The following icons are displayed in the lower part of the details on the message. Icons which can be used differ depending on use conditions. Icon Function Displays the Communication menu. Displays the inbox. Plays back a message. When selected again, playback is temporarily stopped.

  • Page 363

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth NOTE Example of use (verify unread E-mail) Select the icon to change the 1. Select the icon on the home screen language. and display the Communication screen. Select the icon to switch between 2. Select to display the inbox. capitalized and lower-case characters.

  • Page 364

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Communication Settings Select the icon on the home screen and display the Communication screen. Select to change the setting. Item Setting Function ® Go to Bluetooth setting menu. ® Bluetooth — ® Refer to Bluetooth Preparation (Type B) on page 5-90 . Incoming Call On/Off Notifi...

  • Page 365

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth NOTE ® Bluetooth Audio (Type A) ® The battery consumption of Bluetooth ® Applicable Bluetooth specifi cation audio devices increases while (Recommended) ® Bluetooth is connected. Ver. 2.0 If a general mobile phone device is USB connected during music playback Response profi...

  • Page 366

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth 3. Press the media button ( ) to Fast-forward/Reverse (AVRCP Ver. 1.3) ® switch to the Bluetooth audio mode and start playback. Fast-forward Press and hold the fast-forward button If the current device version is lower than AVRCP Ver.

  • Page 367

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ® Bluetooth Audio Device ® Bluetooth Audio (Type B) Information Display ® Applicable Bluetooth specifi cation ® If a Bluetooth audio device is connected, (Recommended) the following information is displayed in Ver. 1.1/1.2/2.0 EDR/2.1 EDR/3.0 the audio display. (conformity) Response profi...

  • Page 368

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth A2DP is a profi le which transmits only NOTE ® audio to the Bluetooth unit. If your ® The battery consumption of Bluetooth ® Bluetooth audio device corresponds audio devices increases while only to A2DP, but not AVRCP, you ®...

  • Page 369

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ® How to Use the Bluetooth Audio System ® Switching to Bluetooth audio mode ® To listen to music or voice audio recorded to a Bluetooth audio device, switch to the ® Bluetooth audio mode to operate the audio device using the audio system control panel. ®...

  • Page 370

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Icon Function (AVRCP Ver. 1.3 or higher) Plays songs in the folder in random order. When selected again, the songs on the device are played in random order. Select it again to cancel. Icons change during folder shuffl e or device shuffl e. Scans the titles in a folder and plays the beginning of each song to aid in fi...

  • Page 371

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ® Example of use (When searching for a Bluetooth Audio Device song from the top level of a device) Information Display 1. Select the icon to display the ® If a Bluetooth audio device is connected, folder/fi...

  • Page 372

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ®* How to Use Pandora ® What is Pandora ® Pandora is free personalized Internet radio. Simply enter a favorite artist, track, genre, ® and Pandora will create a personalized station that plays their music and more like it. Rate songs by giving thumbs-up and thumbs-down feedback to further refi...

  • Page 373

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Icon Function Displays sound settings to adjust audio quality level. Refer to Volume/Display/Sound Controls on page 5-40 . NOTE The skip function may not be available depending on the device. ® The number of skips is limited by Pandora If the icon is selected when the skip song function is running, the next song is skipped.

  • Page 374

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Selection from station list Selection can be made from a programmed radio station list. 1. Select the icon. 2. Select the desired radio station. NOTE When is selected, songs randomly selected from the radio station list are played.

  • Page 375

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth How to Use Aha™* Aha is an application which can be used to enjoy various Internet content such as Internet radio and podcasts. Stay connected to your friends activities by getting updates from Facebook and Twitter. Using the location-based service, nearby services and destinations can be searched or real- time local information can be obtained.

  • Page 376: Main Menu

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Icon Function Dislike Evaluates the current content as “Dislike”. Reverses for 15 seconds. Map (vehicles with navigation system) Displays the destination searched by the location based services on the navigation system. Call A call can be made to the telephone number of a shop searched using the Location Based Services.

  • Page 377

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Function Displays the preset station list set on the device. Presets Select the preset station name to play the station content. Select the desired station. Guidance is provided to the searched destination near the vehicle's position. Nearby You can designate desired categories previously set using the fi...

  • Page 378

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Example of use (Location Based Shout Services) Some social stations, such as Facebook or 1. Select the desired station from the Caraoke, support the ability to record and Nearby tab on the main menu. share voice messages using the “Shout” The destination name or address function.

  • Page 379

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth How to Use Stitcher™* Radio What is Stitcher™ Radio? Stitcher™ radio is an application which can be used to listen to Internet radio or stream podcasts. Recommended content is automatically selected by registering content which you put into your favorites, or by pressing the Like or Dislike button.

  • Page 380

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Icon Function Goes to the next station. Displays sound settings to adjust audio quality level. Refer to Volume/Display/Sound Controls on page 5-40 . Station list 1. Select the icon and display the station list. Favorites station name: Select to display the program registered to your favorites. Category name: A recommended category selected from your favorites by Stitcher™...

  • Page 381

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Add to your favorites If the current program has not been registered to your favorites, it can be registered to your favorites. 1. Select the icon to display the favorites station which the registration can be added. 2.

  • Page 382

    The pairing information paired to procedure. ® Pairing cannot be performed again the Bluetooth unit or device is not Clear “Mazda” stored in the device. recognized correctly. Perform pairing again. Unable to perform pairing ® The Bluetooth function and the ®...

  • Page 383

    If you pair your phone which has already been paired to your vehicle more than once in ® the past, you need to delete “Mazda” on your mobile device. Then, execute the Bluetooth search on your mobile device once again, and pair to a newly detected “Mazda”.

  • Page 384

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Regarding problems with calls Symptom Cause Solution method For about three seconds after ® starting a call, the Bluetooth When starting a call, vehicle noise This does not indicate a problem unit's Noise Suppression function from the other party can be heard with the device.

  • Page 385: Interior Equipment

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Sunvisors Interior Lights When you need a sunvisor, lower it for use Overhead Lights in front or swing it to the side. Switch Sunvisor Overhead Lights Position Light off Light is on when any door is open Light is on or off when the illuminated entry system is on Light on...

  • Page 386

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Map Lights Illuminated Entry System When the overhead light switch is in the The overhead lights turn on when any door or off position, press the lens to of the following operations is done with illuminate the map lights, and then press the overhead light switch in the DOOR the lens again to turn them off.

  • Page 387

    Interior Equipment NOTE Accessory Sockets Battery saver Only use genuine Mazda accessories or If any door is left open with the the equivalent requiring no greater than overhead light switch in the DOOR 120 W (DC 12 V, 10 A).

  • Page 388

    120 W (DC 12 V, 10 A). liquids while the vehicle is moving is Do not use accessories that are not dangerous. If the contents spill, you genuine Mazda accessories or the could be scalded. equivalent. Close the cover when the accessory...

  • Page 389

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Bottle Holder Storage Compartments Bottle holders are on the inside of the WARNING doors. Keep storage boxes closed when driving: Driving with the storage boxes open is dangerous. To reduce the possibility of injury in an accident or a sudden stop, keep the storage boxes closed when driving.

  • Page 390

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Overhead Console Center Console Tray This console box is designed to store WARNING eyeglasses or other accessories. Push and release to open. Never use a cup holder to hold hot liquids while the vehicle is moving: Using a cup holder to hold hot liquids while the vehicle is moving is dangerous.

  • Page 391

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Cargo Securing Loops Luggage Board When using the luggage board in the WARNING upper level Make sure luggage and cargo is secured before driving: CAUTION Not securing cargo while driving is dangerous as it could move or be Make sure the luggage board is crushed during sudden braking or a securely inserted into the grooves.

  • Page 392

    Interior Features Interior Equipment 2. Place the luggage board on top of the When using the luggage board in the luggage mat. lower level CAUTION Luggage mat The luggage board can only be used on the lower level on vehicles without the sub-woofer and vehicles with temporary spare tire T125/90D16 98M.

  • Page 393: Maintenance And Care

    Maintenance and Care How to keep your Mazda in top condition. Essential Information ................ 6-2 Introduction ................... 6-2 Scheduled Maintenance ..............6-4 Scheduled Maintenance (U.S.A., Canada, and Puerto Rico) ..6-4 Scheduled Maintenance (Mexico) ..........6-13 Maintenance Monitor ..............6-20 Owner Maintenance .................

  • Page 394: Essential Information

    If you elect to perform maintenance yourself or have your vehicle serviced at a location other than an Authorized Mazda Dealer, Mazda requires that all fl uids, parts and materials must meet Mazda standards for durability and performance as described in this manual.

  • Page 395

    Maintenance and Care Essential Information Any auto repair shop using parts equivalent to your Mazda's original equipment may perform maintenance. But we recommend that it always be done by an Authorized Mazda Dealer using genuine Mazda parts. Selecting “Maintenance Monitor” enables the system to notify you of your vehicle's approaching inspection/servicing period (page 6-20 ).

  • Page 396: Scheduled Maintenance

    Change the oil as soon as possible within the next 500 km (300 miles) or 15 days. Refer page 6-20 for the details. ® Mazda Genuine 0W-20 Oil and Castrol 0W-20 Oil are required to achieve optimum performance.

  • Page 397

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance Schedule 1 U.S.A. residents - Engine oil fl exible maintenance interval Use when the maintenance monitor for “Oil Change” is set to “Flexible”. For details, see maintenance monitor. (page 6-20 ) Number of months or kilometers (miles), whichever comes fi rst. Months Maintenance Interval ×1000 km...

  • Page 398

    *3 According to state/provincial and federal regulations, failure to perform maintenance on these items will not void your emissions warranties. However, Mazda recommends that all maintenance services be performed at the recommended time or mileage/kilometer period to ensure long-term reliability.

  • Page 399

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance U.S.A. residents - Fixed maintenance interval Use when the maintenance monitor for “Oil Change” is set to “Fixed”. For details, see maintenance monitor. (page 6-20 ) Number of months or kilometers (miles), whichever comes fi rst. Months Maintenance Interval ×1000 km...

  • Page 400

    *3 To equalize tread wear for maintaining good performance in handling and braking, rotate the tires every 12,000 km (7,500 miles). However Mazda recommends to rotate every 8,000 km (5,000 miles) to help increase tire life and distribute wear more evenly.

  • Page 401

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance Schedule 2 U.S.A. (severe driving conditions) and Puerto Rico residents Number of months or kilometers (miles), whichever comes fi rst. Months Maintenance Interval ×1000 km ×1000 miles ENGINE Drive belts Replace when wrench indicator light is ON. (Max interval: 12 Flexible months/16,000 km (10,000 miles)) Engine oil &...

  • Page 402

    *3 According to state/provincial and federal regulations, failure to perform maintenance on these items will not void your emissions warranties. However, Mazda recommends that all maintenance services be performed at the recommended time or mileage/kilometer period to ensure long-term reliability.

  • Page 403

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance Canada residents Number of months or kilometers (miles), whichever comes fi rst. Months Maintenance Interval ×1000 km ×1000 miles ENGINE Drive belts Engine oil & fi lter COOLING SYSTEM Replace at fi rst 192,000 km (120,000 miles) or 10 years; after Engine coolant that, every 96,000 km (60,000 miles) or 5 years.

  • Page 404

    *2 According to state/provincial and federal regulations, failure to perform maintenance on these items will not void your emissions warranties. However, Mazda recommends that all maintenance services be performed at the recommended time or mileage/kilometer period to ensure long-term reliability.

  • Page 405

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance Scheduled Maintenance (Mexico) Follow Schedule 1 if the vehicle is operated mainly where none of the following conditions (severe driving conditions) apply. Repeated short-distance driving Driving in dusty conditions Driving with extended use of brakes Driving in areas where salt or other corrosive materials are used Driving on rough or muddy roads Extended periods of idling or low-speed operation...

  • Page 406

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance Schedule 1 Number of months or kilometers, whichever comes fi rst Maintenance Interval Months ×1000 km 90 100 110 120 ENGINE Drive belts Engine oil & fi lter COOLING SYSTEM Cooling system Replace at fi rst 200,000 km or 10 years; after that, every Engine coolant 100,000 km or 5 years FUEL SYSTEM...

  • Page 407

    *2 According to state/provincial and federal regulations, failure to perform maintenance on these items will not void your emissions warranties. However, Mazda recommends that all maintenance services be performed at the recommended time or kilometer period to ensure long-term reliability.

  • Page 408

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance Schedule 2 Number of months or kilometers, whichever comes fi rst Maintenance Interval Months ×1000 km ENGINE Drive belts Engine oil & fi lter COOLING SYSTEM Cooling system Replace at fi rst 200,000 km or 10 years; after that, every Engine coolant 100,000 km or 5 years Engine coolant level...

  • Page 409

    *2 According to state/provincial and federal regulations, failure to perform maintenance on these items will not void your emissions warranties. However, Mazda recommends that all maintenance services be performed at the recommended time or kilometer period to ensure long-term reliability.

  • Page 410

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance (Cont.) Number of months or kilometers, whichever comes fi rst Maintenance Interval Months ×1000 km 95 100 105 110 115 120 ENGINE Drive belts Engine oil & fi lter COOLING SYSTEM Cooling system Replace at fi rst 200,000 km or 10 years; after that, every Engine coolant 100,000 km or 5 years Engine coolant level...

  • Page 411

    *2 According to state/provincial and federal regulations, failure to perform maintenance on these items will not void your emissions warranties. However, Mazda recommends that all maintenance services be performed at the recommended time or kilometer period to ensure long-term reliability.

  • Page 412

    *1 The fl exible setting is available in the United States and Puerto Rico. Based on the engine operating conditions, the onboard computer in your vehicle calculates the ® remaining oil life. Mazda Genuine 0W-20 oil and Castrol 0W-20 oil are required to achieve optimum calculation performance.

  • Page 413

    The vehicle lets you know when an oil change is due by illuminating the wrench indicator light in the ® instrument cluster. Mazda Genuine 0W-20 oil and Castrol 20 oil are required to achieve optimum performance. Displays the distance until the oil replacement is due.

  • Page 414: Owner Maintenance

    The owner or a qualifi ed service technician should make these vehicle inspections at the indicated intervals to ensure safe and dependable operation. Bring any problem to the attention of an Authorized Mazda Dealer or qualifi ed service technician as soon as possible.

  • Page 415

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance WARNING Do not perform maintenance work if you lack suffi cient knowledge and experience or the proper tools and equipment to do the work. Have maintenance work done by a qualifi ed technician: Performing maintenance work on a vehicle is dangerous if not done properly. You can be seriously injured while performing some maintenance procedures.

  • Page 416

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance NOTE Hood The lever is located a little to the left of center when facing the vehicle. WARNING 3. Grasp the support rod in the padded Always check that the hood is closed area and secure it in the support rod and securely locked: hole indicated by the arrow to hold the A hood that is not closed and securely...

  • Page 417

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Closing the Hood 1. Check under the hood area to make certain all fi ller caps are in place and all loose items (e.g. tools, oil containers, etc.) have been removed. 2. Lift the hood, grasp the padded area on the support rod, and secure the support rod in the clip.

  • Page 418

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Engine Compartment Overview Windshield washer fluid reservoir Brake fluid reservoir Fuse block Engine oil dipstick Battery Engine coolant reservoir Cooling system cap Engine oil-filler cap I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 6–26...

  • Page 419

    –30 –10 U.S.A., Canada, and Puerto Rico –40 –20 Use SAE 0W-20 engine oil. Mazda Genuine Oil is used in your Mazda vehicle. Mazda Genuine 0W-20 Oil is required to achieve optimum fuel economy. For maintenance service, Mazda recommends Mazda Genuine Parts and ®...

  • Page 420

    For maintenance service, Mazda –20 –40 –30 –10 recommends Mazda Genuine Parts and ® Castrol (Mexico only). –40 –20 (ILSAC) I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 421

    This procedure is intended for vehicles with the engine oil fl exible maintenance setting selected. After replacing the engine oil, have a repair shop such as an Authorized Mazda Dealer perform the initialization (engine oil data resetting) of the recorded value. If the value recorded by the computer is not initialized, the wrench indicator light may not turn off or it may turn on earlier than normal.

  • Page 422

    NOTE Changing the coolant should be done by an Authorized Mazda Dealer. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 6–30...

  • Page 423

    If the coolant reservoir is empty or new coolant is required frequently, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 6–31...

  • Page 424

    Authorized Mazda Dealer. result in an accident. In cold weather, always use washer fl uid with anti- freeze protection.

  • Page 425

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Inspect fl uid level in the washer fl uid Body Lubrication reservoir; add fl uid if necessary. All moving points of the body, such as door and hood hinges and locks, should be lubricated each time the engine oil is changed.

  • Page 426

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Replacing Windshield Wiper Wiper Blades Blades CAUTION When the wipers no longer clean well, the blades are probably worn or cracked. Hot waxes applied by automatic car Replace them. washers have been known to aff ect the CAUTION wiper's ability to clean windows.

  • Page 427

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 3. Tilt the blade assembly and remove it CAUTION from the arm. Do not bend or discard the stiff eners. You need to use them again. If the metal stiff eners are switched, the blade's wiping effi ciency could be reduced.

  • Page 428

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 1. Remove the cover. 4. Pull down the blade rubber and slide it out of the blade holder. 2. Remove the stopper and raise the wiper arm. 5. Remove the metal stiffeners from the Stopper blade rubber and install them in the new blade.

  • Page 429

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Battery WARNING Wash hands after handling the battery and related accessories: Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Read the following precautions carefully before using the battery or inspecting to ensure safe and correct handling: Always wear eye protection when working near the battery:...

  • Page 430

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Keep all fl ames, including cigarettes, and sparks away from open battery cells: Flames and sparks near open battery cells are dangerous. Hydrogen gas, produced during normal battery operation, could ignite and cause the battery to explode. An exploding battery can cause serious burns and injuries.

  • Page 431

    Never disassemble. Battery Replacement Never throw the battery into fi re or water. Contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer for a Never deform or crush. battery replacement purchase. Replace only with the same type battery (CR2025 or equivalent). I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 432

    The system's operational range is reduced. Replacing the battery at an Authorized Mazda Dealer is recommended to prevent damage to the key. If replacing the battery 3. Insert the tape-wrapped fl athead by yourself, follow the instruction below.

  • Page 433

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 5. Remove the battery cap, then remove CAUTION the battery. Be careful not to allow the rubber ring shown in the fi gure to be scratched or damaged. If the rubber ring detaches, reattach it before inserting a new battery.

  • Page 434

    Using Diff erent Tire Types: Refer to Tires on page 9-8 . Driving your vehicle with diff erent types of tires is dangerous. It could Use only a Mazda-genuine tire valve cause poor handling and poor braking; cap: leading to loss of control.

  • Page 435

    (With tire pressure monitoring system) braking, rotate the tires every 12,000 After adjusting the tire pressure, km (7,500 miles). However Mazda initialization of the tire pressure recommends to rotate every 8,000 km monitoring system is necessary to make (5,000 miles) to help increase tire life the system operate normally.

  • Page 436

    4-digit number. braking resulting in loss of vehicle Refer to Tire Labeling on page 8-24 . control. Mazda strongly recommends that you replace all four tires at the Temporary Spare Tire same time. Inspect the temporary spare tire at least...

  • Page 437

    4-digit number. (inset/outset). Refer to Tire Labeling on page 8-24 . For details, contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Proper tire balancing provides the best riding comfort and helps reduce tread wear. Out-of-balance tires can cause vibration and uneven wear, such as cupping and fl...

  • Page 438

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Light Bulbs With LED Headlights With Halogen Headlights Overhead lights (Front)/Map lights Overhead lights (Front)/Map lights Side turn signal lights Side turn signal lights Front side-marker lights/ Front side-marker lights/ Parking lights Parking lights Headlights (Low beam) Headlights (Low beam) Fog lights Fog lights...

  • Page 439

    The LED bulb has to be replaced with the When a halogen bulb breaks, it is unit. We recommend an Authorized Mazda dangerous. These bulbs contain Dealer when the replacement is necessary. pressurized gas. If one is broken, it will...

  • Page 440

    3. Disconnect the connector from the unit The LED bulb has to be replaced with the by pressing the tab on the connector unit. We recommend an Authorized Mazda with your fi nger and pulling the Dealer when the replacement is necessary.

  • Page 441

    1. Make sure the ignition is switched off, The LED bulb has to be replaced with the and the headlight switch is off. unit. We recommend an Authorized Mazda 2. Turn the screw counterclockwise and Dealer when the replacement is necessary.

  • Page 442

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 5. Disconnect the bulb from the socket. Rear turn signal lights, Brake lights/ Taillights (With halogen headlights), Rear turn signal lights Rear side-marker lights (With halogen headlights) 1. Make sure the ignition is switched off, and the headlight switch is off.

  • Page 443

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Reverse lights License plate lights 1. Make sure the ignition is switched off, 1. Make sure the ignition is switched off, and the headlight switch is off. and the headlight switch is off. 2. Remove the cover. 2.

  • Page 444

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Replacing Interior Light Bulbs Overhead lights (Rear) Overhead lights (Front)/Map lights, Overhead lights (Rear) 1. Wrap a small fl athead screwdriver with a soft cloth to prevent damage to the lens, and then remove the lens by carefully prying on the edge of the lens with the fl...

  • Page 445

    AUDIO or OUTLET circuit. CAUTION Always replace a fuse with a genuine Mazda fuse or equivalent of the same rating. Otherwise you may damage the electric system. 6. Reinstall the cover and make sure that it is securely installed.

  • Page 446

    Have an Authorized Mazda Dealer block under the hood. If a fuse is blown, it perform the replacement: must be replaced. Follow these steps:...

  • Page 447: Fuse Panel Description

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Fuse Panel Description Fuse block (Engine compartment) FUSE DESCRIPTION PROTECTED COMPONENT RATING C/U IG1 15 A For protection of various circuits ENGINE IG1 7.5 A Engine control system SUNROOF 10 A Moonroof INTERIOR 15 A Overhead light 7.5 A Engine control system...

  • Page 448

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance FUSE DESCRIPTION PROTECTED COMPONENT RATING AT PUMP 15 A Transaxle control system 15 A Transaxle control system D.LOCK 25 A Power door locks H/L RH 20 A Headlight (RH) 7.5 A Engine control system TAIL 20 A Taillights, License plate lights, Parking lights —...

  • Page 449

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Fuse block (Left side) FUSE DESCRIPTION PROTECTED COMPONENT RATING — — — — — — — — — — — — F.OUTLET 15 A Accessory sockets — — — AT IND 7.5 A AT shift indicator MIRROR 7.5 A Power control mirror...

  • Page 450: Appearance Care

    fi nish. As the water evaporates, Prevention the acid becomes concentrated and can It is necessary to have your Mazda washed damage the fi nish. and waxed to preserve its fi nish according And the longer the acid remains on the to the instructions in this section.

  • Page 451

    Chipped paint can lead to rust forming form white rings. The rings can damage on your Mazda. Before this happens, your vehicle's fi nish. repair the damage by using Mazda Prevention touch-up paint according to the instructions in this section.

  • Page 452

    NOTE Mazda is not responsible for scratches Keep hands and scrapers clear of the caused by automatic car washes or windshield when the wiper lever is in the improper washing.

  • Page 453

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care When using an automatic car wash CAUTION Retract the door mirrors. The automatic car wash brushes could Do not use steel wool, abrasive reduce the paint lustre or hasten paint cleaners, or strong detergents deterioration. containing highly alkaline or caustic agents on chrome-plated or anodized aluminum parts.

  • Page 454

    It would also help to coat them repairs. with noncorrosive petroleum jelly or some other protective compound. CAUTION If your Mazda is damaged and needs CAUTION metal parts repaired or replaced, make sure the body shop applies anti- Do not use steel wool, abrasive...

  • Page 455

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care Underbody Maintenance Aluminum Wheel Maintenance Road chemicals and salt used for ice and A protective coating is provided over the snow removal and solvents used for dust aluminum wheels. Special care is needed control may collect on the underbody. If to protect this coating.

  • Page 456

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care Plastic Part Maintenance Interior Care When cleaning the plastic lenses of the WARNING lights, do not use gasoline, kerosene, rectifi ed spirit, paint, thinner, highly Do not spray water in the cabin: acidic detergents, or strongly alkaline Splashing water on electrical parts detergents.

  • Page 457

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care If the seats get wet, promptly remove Cleaning the Upholstery and moisture with a dry cloth. Remaining Interior Trim moisture on the surface may cause deterioration such as hardening and Vinyl shrinkage. Remove dust and loose dirt from vinyl Exposure to direct sunlight for long with a whisk broom or vacuum cleaner.

  • Page 458

    WARNING NOTE Do not wipe leather parts using alcohol, Have an Authorized Mazda Dealer chlorine bleach, or organic solvents replace damaged seat belts such as thinner, benzene, or gasoline. immediately: Otherwise, it may cause discoloration Using damaged seat belts is or stains.

  • Page 459

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care Cleaning the Window Interiors If the windows become covered with an oily, greasy, or waxy fi lm, clean them with glass cleaner. Follow the directions on the container. CAUTION Do not scrape or scratch the inside of the window glass.

  • Page 460

    MEMO I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 6–68...

  • Page 461: If Trouble Arises

    If Trouble Arises Helpful information on what to do if a problem arises with the vehicle. Parking in an Emergency ..............7-2 Parking in an Emergency .............. 7-2 Flat Tire....................7-3 Spare Tire and Tool Storage ............7-3 Changing a Flat Tire ..............7-8 Battery Runs Out ................

  • Page 462: Parking In An Emergency

    If Trouble Arises Parking in an Emergency Parking in an Emergency The hazard warning lights should always be used when you stop on or near a roadway in an emergency. The hazard warning lights warn other drivers that your vehicle is a traffi c hazard and that they must take extreme caution when near it.

  • Page 463: Flat Tire

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire Spare Tire and Tool Storage Spare tire and tools are stored in the locations illustrated in the diagram. With sub-woofer Type A Tiedown eyelet Flat tire belt Jack Spare tire Spare tire hold-down bolt Jack lever Lug wrench Type B Tiedown eyelet...

  • Page 464

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire Without sub-woofer Type A Tiedown eyelet Flat tire belt Jack Spare tire Spare tire hold-down bolt Jack lever Lug wrench Type B Tiedown eyelet Jack Spare tire Spare tire hold-down bolt Jack lever Lug wrench Some models.

  • Page 465

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire 4. Remove the cargo sub compartment. Jack To remove the jack 1. Lift up the luggage board. 2. Pull the luggage board outward a little and insert the opposite end into the holders so that the luggage board stands.

  • Page 466

    To secure the jack Spare Tire 1. Insert the wing bolt into the jack with Your Mazda has a temporary spare tire. the jack screw pointing down and turn The temporary spare tire is lighter and the wing bolt clockwise to temporarily smaller than a conventional tire, and is tighten it.

  • Page 467

    Do not use your temporary spare tire on any other vehicle, it has been designed only for your Mazda. Use only one temporary spare tire on your vehicle at the same time. To remove the spare tire 1.

  • Page 468

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire 5. For vehicles equipped with a sub- Changing a Flat Tire woofer, loosen the hold-down bolt and remove the woofer and spare tire. NOTE If the following occurs while driving, it could indicate a fl at tire. Steering becomes diffi...

  • Page 469

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire 4. Have everyone get out of the vehicle NOTE and away from the vehicle and traffi c. Force the end of the jack lever fi rmly 5. Remove the jack, tool, and spare tire between wheel and cover, or removal will (page 7-3 ).

  • Page 470

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire 4. Turn the jack screw in the direction 6. Continue raising the jack head shown in the fi gure and adjust the jack gradually by rotating the screw with head so that it is close to the jack-up your hand until the jack head is inserted position.

  • Page 471

    Jacking up the vehicle in a position removing the lug nuts, make sure your other than the designated jack-up Mazda is fi rmly in position and that it position or placing objects on or cannot slip or move. under the jack is dangerous as it could...

  • Page 472

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire Locking Lug Nuts WARNING If your vehicle has Mazda optional Do not jack up the vehicle higher than is antitheft wheel lug nuts, one on each necessary: wheel will lock the tires and you must Jacking up the vehicle higher than use a special key to unlock them.

  • Page 473

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire To install the antitheft lug nut WARNING 1. Place the special key on top of the nut, Make sure the mounting surfaces of and be sure to hold the key square to the wheel, hub and lug nuts are clean it.

  • Page 474

    Because the wheel studs and lug nuts on your Mazda have metric threads, using a non-metric nut is dangerous. On a metric stud, it would not secure If you are unsure of how tight the nuts...

  • Page 475

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire 6. Remove the luggage compartment 8. Pull the luggage board outward and cover (if equipped). place it on top of the luggage mat. Refer to Luggage Compartment on NOTE page 3-21 . The luggage board rests at an angle on vehicles with a sub-woofer.

  • Page 476

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire 10. Thread the belt through the rear seat as 12. Thread the buckle through the wheel as shown in the fi gure. shown in the fi gure. 13. Thread the belt through the buckle while pressing the tire to the seatback. 11.

  • Page 477

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tire 15. Insert the luggage compartment WARNING cover from the top of the luggage compartment opening with the cloth Do not drive with any tires that have side of the cover facing outward, incorrect air pressure: and slide it between the fl...

  • Page 478

    If Trouble Arises Battery Runs Out Jump-Starting Jump-starting is dangerous if done incorrectly. So follow the procedure carefully. If you feel unsure about jump-starting, we strongly recommend that you have a competent service technician do the work. WARNING Follow These Precautions Carefully: To ensure safe and correct handling of the battery, read the following precautions carefully before using the battery or inspecting it.

  • Page 479

    If Trouble Arises Battery Runs Out CAUTION Use only a 12 V booster system. You can damage a 12 V starter, ignition system, and other electrical parts beyond repair with a 24 V power supply (two 12 V batteries in series or a 24 V motor generator set).

  • Page 480

    If Trouble Arises Battery Runs Out 1. Remove the battery cover. 7. If the battery cover has been removed, install it in the reverse order of removal. NOTE Verify that the covers are securely installed. 2. Make sure the booster battery is 12 V and that its negative terminal is grounded.

  • Page 481: Emergency Starting

    If the engine still does not start using the above procedure, have your vehicle inspected by an Authorized Mazda Dealer. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 482

    Stop the radiator are hot: engine and call an Authorized Mazda When the engine and radiator are hot, Dealer. scalding coolant and steam may shoot out under pressure and cause serious 6.

  • Page 483

    The engine could be seriously damaged unless repairs are made. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 484: Emergency Towing

    Towing Description WARNING We recommend that towing be done only Always tow a AWD vehicle with all four by an Authorized Mazda Dealer or a wheels off the ground: commercial tow-truck service. Towing a AWD vehicle with either the front or rear wheels on the ground is...

  • Page 485

    If Trouble Arises Emergency Towing Tiedown Hooks CAUTION Do not tow the vehicle pointed CAUTION backward with driving wheels on the ground. This may cause internal damage Do not use the front tiedown eyelet for to the transaxle. towing the vehicle. They have been designed only for securing the vehicle to a transport vessel during shipping.

  • Page 486

    If Trouble Arises Emergency Towing NOTE Tiedown Hook-Rear Remove the cap completely and store it so The hook positioned under the rear as not to lose it. bumper on the right side is for tying down the vehicle during transport, and it cannot 3.

  • Page 487

    If the brake warning light remains illuminated even though the parking brake is released, the brake fl uid may be low or there could be a problem with the brake system. Park the vehicle in a safe place immediately and contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer. WARNING...

  • Page 488

    Electronic Brake Force Do not drive with both the ABS warning light and brake warning light illuminated. Distribution System Have the vehicle towed to an Authorized Mazda Dealer to have the brakes Warning inspected as soon as possible: Driving when the brake system warning light and ABS warning light are illuminated simultaneously is dangerous.

  • Page 489

    Contact Authorized Mazda Dealer and Have Vehicle Inspected If any of the following warning lights turns on/fl ashes, the system may have a malfunction. Contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer to have your vehicle inspected. Signal Warning (Vehicles with type B audio) The light turns on when the system has a malfunction.

  • Page 490

    Park the vehicle in a safe place. After a few moments, if the warning light stops fl ashing, Light you can resume driving. If the light does not stop fl ashing, contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Flashes when the differential oil temperature is abnormally high.

  • Page 491

    A system malfunction is indicated if the warning light constantly fl ashes, constantly illuminates or does not illuminate at all when the ignition is switched ON. If any of these occur, consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. The system may not operate in an accident.

  • Page 492

    Authorized Mazda Dealer. LED Headlight Warning Light (Amber) The warning light turns on if there is a malfunction in the system while the Mazda Radar Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) system is on. Cruise Control Have your vehicle inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer.

  • Page 493

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds Taking Action Take the appropriate action and verify that the warning light turns off. Signal Warning Action to be taken The light turns on when the remaining fuel is about 9.0 L (2.3 US gal, 1.9 Imp gal). NOTE Add fuel.

  • Page 494

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds Signal Warning Action to be taken Except Mexico The seat belt warning light turns on if the driver or front passenger's seat is occupied and the seat belt is not fastened with the ignition switched If the driver or front passenger's seat belt is unfastened (only when the front passenger's seat is occupied) and the vehicle is driven at a speed...

  • Page 495

    TPMS cannot tell if the tires are and the system monitored again by an getting too soft over time or you have Authorized Mazda Dealer or a tire repair a fl at. However, when you fi nd one low station.

  • Page 496

    City Brake Support For any other reasons, have the vehicle (SBS/SCBS) inspected at an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Warning Light (Vehicles without type B audio) If the reason why the warning light is illuminated is due to a dirty windshield, clean the windshield.

  • Page 497

    Stop Vehicle in Safe Place Immediately If the following messages are displayed in the center display (Type B audio), a vehicle system may be malfunctioning. Stop the vehicle in a safe place and contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Display Indicated Condition Displays if the engine coolant temperature has increased excessively.

  • Page 498

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds Verify Display Content Displays in the following cases: Display Indicated Condition/Action to be taken The following message is displayed when the temperature around the center display is high. Lowering the temperature in the cabin or the temperature around the center display by avoiding direct sunlight is recommended.

  • Page 499

    Have your vehicle inspected at *1 If the light switch is left on, the auto an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as headlight off function automatically possible. turns off the lights about 30 seconds after switching the ignition off.

  • Page 500

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds NOTE Seat Belt Warning Beep Placing heavy items on the front Except Mexico passenger's seat may cause the front passenger's seat belt warning function If the driver's seat belt is not fastened to operate depending on the weight of when the ignition is switched ON, a beep the item.

  • Page 501

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds Key Removed from Vehicle Key Left-in-luggage Compartment Warning Beep Warning Beep (With the advanced keyless function) A beep sound will be heard 6 times and the KEY warning light (red) will fl ash If the key is left in the luggage continuously if the ignition has not been compartment with all doors locked...

  • Page 502

    Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) Mazda Radar Cruise Control System Warning Beep (MRCC) System Warnings The Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) Driving forward system warnings notify the driver of The warning beep operates when the turn system malfunctions and cautions on use signal lever is operated to the side where when required.

  • Page 503

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds Over Rev. Buzzer The buzzer sounds to notify the driver if the engine speed is about to exceed the permissible engine speed. CAUTION Operate the accelerator and shift gears according to the driving conditions so that the buzzer does not sound.

  • Page 504

    fl athead screwdriver. After performing this emergency measure, have the vehicle inspected at Cover an Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as possible. 3. Using a fl athead screwdriver, open the inner cover. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 505

    Authorized Mazda Dealer. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 7–45...

  • Page 506

    MEMO I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 7–46...

  • Page 507: Customer Information And Reporting Safety Defects

    Vehicle Loading ......8-36 (Canada) ........8-14 Steps for Determining the Correct Load Limit ........8-42 Warranty ..........8-15 Warranties for Your Mazda ..8-15 Declaration of Conformity ....8-43 Outside the United States/ Declaration of Conformity ... 8-43 Canada .......... 8-16 Registering Your Vehicle in A Foreign Service Publications ......

  • Page 508: Customer Assistance

    Answers to many questions, including how to locate or contact a local Mazda dealership in the U.S., can be found here. E-mail: click on “Contact Us” located on the “Inside Mazda” tab, or at the bottom of the page at www.MazdaUSA.com...

  • Page 509

    As a fi nal step to ensure that your concerns are being fairly considered, Mazda North American Operations has agreed to participate in a dispute settlement program administered by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) system, at no cost to you the consumer.

  • Page 510

    The arbitrator's decision should ordinarily be issued within 40 days from the time your complaint is fi led; there may be a delay of 7 days if you did not fi rst contact Mazda about your problem, or a delay of up to 30 days if the arbitrator requests an inspection/report by an impartial technical expert or further investigation and report by BBB AUTO LINE.

  • Page 511

    AND the nonconformity has been subject to repair two or more times by Mazda or its agents AND the buyer or lessee has directly notifi ed Mazda of the need for the repair of the nonconformity; OR The same nonconformity has been subject to repair 4 or more times by Mazda or its agents AND the buyer has notifi...

  • Page 512

    Your complete and permanent satisfaction is of primary concern to Mazda. All Authorized Mazda Dealers have both the knowledge and tools to keep your Mazda in top condition. In our experience, any questions, problems, or complaints regarding the operation of your Mazda or any other general service transactions are most effectively resolved by your dealer.

  • Page 513

    If a specifi c item of concern arises, where a solution cannot be reached between an owner, Mazda, and/or one of its dealers (that all parties cannot agree upon), the owner may wish to use the services offered by the Canadian Motor Vehicle Arbitration Plan (CAMVAP).

  • Page 514

    Ontario 1 (800) 207-0685 Atlantic Canada 1 (800) 207-0685 Quebec 1 (800) 207-0685 Regional Offi ces REGIONAL OFFICES COVERING AREAS MAZDA CANADA INC. WESTERN REGION ALBERTA, 5011 275 STREET BRITISH COLUMBIA, LANGLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA MANITOBA, V4W 0A8 SASKATCHEWAN, (778) 369-2100...

  • Page 515

    STEP 1 Discuss the matter with an Authorized Mazda Dealer. This is the quickest and best way to address the issue. If your concern has not been resolved by the CUSTOMER RELATIONS, SALES, SERVICE, or PARTS MANAGER, then please contact the GENERAL MANAGER of the dealership or the OWNER.

  • Page 516

    Mazda vehicle or servicing by Mazda Dealer personnel, we recommend that you take the following steps: Contact Your Mazda Dealer Discuss the matter with an Authorized Mazda Dealer. This is the quickest and best way to address the issue. If your concern has not been resolved by the CUSTOMER RELATIONS, SALES, SERVICE, or PARTS MANAGER, then please contact the GENERAL MANAGER of the dealership or the OWNER.

  • Page 517

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Customer Assistance In order to serve you effi ciently and effectively, please help us by providing the following information: 1. Your name, address, and telephone number 2. Year and model of vehicle 3. Vehicle Identifi cation Number (17 digits, noted on your registration or title or located on the upper driver's side corner of the dash) 4.

  • Page 518

    TEL: (684) 699-9347 TEL: 1 (800) 263-4680 (in Canada) (905) 787-7000 (outside Canada) PUERTO RICO/U.S. Virgin Island International Automotive Distributor Group, LLC. (Mazda de Puerto Rico) P.O. Box 191850, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00919-1850 TEL: (787) 641-1777 MEXICO Mazda Motor de Mexico Mario Pani # 150, PB Col.

  • Page 519: Reporting Safety Defects

    Irvine, CA 92623-9734 Customer Experience Center or toll free at 1 (800) 222-5500 If you live outside of the U.S.A., please contact the nearest Mazda Distributor shown (page 8-12 ) in this booklet. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 520

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Reporting Safety Defects Reporting Safety Defects (Canada) Canadian customers who wish to report a safety-related defect to Transport Canada, Defect Investigations and Recalls, may telephone the toll free hotline 1-800-333-0510, or contact Transport Canada by mail at: Transport Canada, ASFAD, Place de Ville Tower C, 330 Sparks Street, Ottawa ON K1A 0N5.

  • Page 521

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Warranty Warranties for Your Mazda New Vehicle Limited Warranty Powertrain Limited Warranty Safety Restraint System Limited Warranty Anti-perforation Limited Warranty Federal Emission Control Warranty/California Emission Control Warranty Emission Defect Warranty Emission Performance Warranty Emission Control Warranty...

  • Page 522

    Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (CMVSS). Canada However, in the event that you are moving to the United States permanently, Mazda vehicles built for use in Canada could be eligible for exportation to the United States with specifi c vehicle modifi...

  • Page 523

    Parts, servicing techniques, and tools necessary to maintain and repair your vehicle may be unavailable. There might not be an Authorized Mazda Dealer in the country you plan to take your vehicle. The Mazda warranty is valid only in certain countries.

  • Page 524

    Non-genuine parts and accessories for Mazda vehicles can be found in stores. These may fi t your vehicle, but they are not approved by Mazda for use with Mazda vehicles. When you install non-genuine parts or accessories, they could affect your vehicle's performance or safety systems;...

  • Page 525: Cell Phones

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Cell Phones Cell Phones Warning WARNING Please comply with the legal regulations concerning the use of communication equipment in vehicles in your country: Use of any electrical devices such as cell phones, computers, portable radios, vehicle navigation or other devices by the driver while the vehicle is moving is dangerous.

  • Page 526: Event Data Recorder

    EDR. Mazda will not disclose any of the data recorded in an EDR to a third party unless: A written agreement from the vehicle owner or the lessee is obtained Offi...

  • Page 527

    Mazda and its subcontracting parties may obtain and use the recorded data for vehicle malfunction diagnosis, research and development, and quality improvement. Mazda will not disclose or provide any of the obtained data to a third party unless: An agreement from the vehicle owner (agreements from lessor and lessee for leased vehicle) is obtained Offi...

  • Page 528

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Uniform Tire Quality Grading System (UTQGS) Uniform Tire Quality Grading System (UTQGS) This information relates to the tire grading system developed by the U.S. National Highway Traffi c Safety Administration for grading tires by tread wear, traction, and temperature performance.

  • Page 529

    These grades will be added to the sidewalls of passenger vehicle tires over the next several years according to a schedule established by the NHTSA and the tire manufacturers. The grade of tires available as standard or optional equipment on Mazda vehicles may vary with respect to grade.

  • Page 530: Index

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Tire Labeling Federal law requires tire manufacturers to place standardized information on the sidewall of all tires. This information identifi es and describes the fundamental characteristics of the tire and also provides a tire identifi cation number for safety standard certifi cation and in case of a recall.

  • Page 531

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) 13. Max. permissible infl ation pressure 14. SAFETY WARNING P215/65R15 95H is an example of a tire size and load index rating. Here is an explanation of the various components of that tire size and load index rating. Note that the tire size and load index rating may be different from the example.

  • Page 532

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) “H” is the speed rating. The speed rating denotes the maximum speed for which the use of the tire is rated. Letter Rating Speed Rating 99 mph 106 mph 112 mph 118 mph 124 mph 130 mph...

  • Page 533

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Maximum Permissible Infl ation Pressure This number is the greatest amount of air pressure that should ever be put in the tire under normal driving conditions. Tread Wear, Traction and Temperature Grades Tread wear: The tread wear grade is a comparative rating based on the wear rate of the tire when tested under controlled conditions on a specifi...

  • Page 534

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Information on Temporary Tires Please refer to the sample below. 1. Temporary tires 2. Nominal width of tire in millimeters 3. Ratio of height to width (aspect ratio) 4. Diagonal 5. Rim diameter code 6.

  • Page 535

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) “16” is the wheel rim diameter in inches. “90” is the Load Index. This two-or three-digit number indicates how much weight each tire can support. “M” is the speed rating. The speed rating denotes the maximum speed for which the use of the tire is rated.

  • Page 536

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Location of the Tire Label (Placard) You will fi nd the tire label containing tire infl ation pressure by tire size and other important information on the driver's side B-pillar or on the edge of the driver's door frame. SAMPLE Recommended Tire Infl...

  • Page 537

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) WARNING Always check the tire infl ation pressures on a regular basis according to the recommended tire infl ation pressure on the tire label and in conjunction with the information in this owner's manual: Driving your vehicle with under-infl ated tires is dangerous.

  • Page 538

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Glossary of Terms Tire Placard: A label indicating the OE tire sizes, recommended infl ation pressure, and the maximum weight the vehicle can carry. Tire Identifi cation Number (TIN): A number on the sidewall of each tire providing information about the tire brand and manufacturing plant, tire size, and date of manufacture.

  • Page 539

    To equalize tread wear, rotate the tires every 12,000 km (7,500 miles) at the latest or sooner if irregular wear develops. Mazda recommends to rotate every 8,000 km (5,000 miles) to help increase tire life and distribute wear more evenly.

  • Page 540

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Replacing a Tire WARNING Always use tires that are in good condition: Driving with worn tires is dangerous. Reduced braking, steering, and traction could result in an accident. If a tire wears evenly, a wear indicator will appear as a solid band across the tread. Replace the tire when this happens.

  • Page 541

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Safety Practices The way you drive has a great deal to do with your tire mileage and safety. So cultivate good driving habits for your own benefi t. Observe posted speed limits and drive at speeds that are safe for the existing weather conditions Avoid fast starts, stops and turns Avoid potholes and objects on the road...

  • Page 542

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Vehicle Loading WARNING Do not tow a trailer with this vehicle: Towing a trailer with this vehicle is dangerous because it has not been designed to tow a trailer and doing so will aff ect the drive system which could result in vehicle damage. This section will guide you in the proper loading of your vehicle, to keep your loaded vehicle weight within its design rating capability.

  • Page 543

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Base Curb Weight is the weight of the vehicle including a full tank of fuel and all standard equipment. It does not include passengers, cargo, or optional equipment. Vehicle Curb Weight is the weight of your new vehicle when you picked it up from your dealer plus any aftermarket equipment.

  • Page 544

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) SAMPLE CARGO Cargo Weight includes all weight added to the Base Curb Weight, including cargo and optional equipment. The cargo weight limit decreases depending on the number of vehicle occupants. The cargo weight limit can be calculated by subtracting the total weight of the vehicle occupants from the “combination weight of occupants and cargo should never exceed”...

  • Page 545

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Examples: Based on a single occupant weight of 68 kg (150 lbs), and a value of 385 kg (849 lbs) for the “combination weight of occupants and cargo should never exceed”: The cargo weight limit with one occupant is 385 kg (849 lbs) - 68 kg (150 lbs) = 317 kg (699 lbs) The cargo weight limit with two occupants is 385 kg (849 lbs) - (68 ×...

  • Page 546

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) SAMPLE WARNING Never Exceed Axle Weight Rating Limits: Exceeding the Safety Certifi cation Label axle weight rating limits is dangerous and could result in death or serious injury as a result of substandard vehicle handling, performance, engine, transmission and/or structural damage, serious damage to the vehicle, or loss of control.

  • Page 547

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) GCW (Gross Combination Weight) is the weight of the loaded vehicle (GVW). GCWR (Gross Combination Weight Rating) is the maximum allowable weight of the vehicle - including all cargo and passengers - that the vehicle can handle without risking damage.

  • Page 548

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Tire Information (U.S.A.) Steps for Determining the Correct Load Limit Steps for Determining Correct Load Limit- (1) Locate the statement “The combined weight of occupants and cargo should never exceed XXX kg or XXX lbs.” on your vehicle's placard. (2) Determine the combined weight of the driver and passengers that will be riding in your vehicle.

  • Page 549: Declaration Of Conformity

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Declaration of Conformity Declaration of Conformity Keyless Entry System/Immobilizer System I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 8–43...

  • Page 550

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Declaration of Conformity Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) System I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 8–44...

  • Page 551

    The antenna used for this transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. End-users and installers must be provided with installation instructions and transmitter operating conditions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. ® Mazda Bluetooth Hands-Free Customer Service U.S.A. Phone: 800-430-0153 (Toll-free) Web: www.MazdaUSA.com/bluetooth...

  • Page 552

    Warranty period, items covered by the warranty and its possible limitations or exceptions: Refer to the Warranty Booklet for detailed warranty information. Warranty procedure: Center of Attention to Client (CAC) Phone: 01-800-01-MAZDA Web: www.mazdamexico.com.mx Electrical specifi cations: Voltage: 9-16V, Frequency: 2.4Ghz, Current: 270mA(Typ) I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 8–46...

  • Page 553

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Declaration of Conformity Type B U.S.A. and Canada I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 8–47...

  • Page 554

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Declaration of Conformity Mexico Smart Brake Support (SBS)/Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC)/Distance Recognition Support System (DRSS) I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 555: Service Publications

    Factory-authorized Mazda service publications are available for owners who wish to do some of their own maintenance and repair. When requesting any of our publications through an Authorized Mazda Dealer, refer to the chart below. If they do not have what you need in stock, they can order it for you.

  • Page 556

    Customer Information and Reporting Safety Defects Service Publications NAVIGATION SYSTEM OWNER'S MANUAL: This booklet contains information regarding the proper operation and use of the navigation system. This is not a technician's manual. I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 8–50...

  • Page 557

    Specifi cations Technical information about your Mazda. Identifi cation Numbers ..............9-2 Vehicle Information Labels ............9-2 Specifi cations ..................9-4 Specifi cations ................9-4 Personalization Features ..............9-10 Personalization Features ............. 9-10 I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y :...

  • Page 558

    Specifi cations Identifi cation Numbers Chassis Number Vehicle Information Labels Open the cover shown in the fi gure to Vehicle Identifi cation Number check the chassis number. The vehicle identifi cation number legally identifi es your vehicle. The number is on a plate attached to the cowl panel located on the left corner of the dashboard.

  • Page 559

    Specifi cations Identifi cation Numbers Tire Pressure Label Engine Number Forward I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 9–3...

  • Page 560: Electrical System

    Spark-plug number Mazda Genuine spark plug PE5R-18-110 or PE5S-18-110 *1 The spark plugs provide the SKYACTIV-G its optimum performance. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer for details. CAUTION When cleaning the iridium plugs, do not use a wire brush. The fi ne particulate coating on the iridium alloy and platinum tips could be damaged.

  • Page 561

    Specifi cations Specifi cations Capacities (Approximate Quantities) Item Capacity With oil fi lter replacement 4.2 L (4.4 US qt, 3.7 Imp qt) Engine oil Without oil fi lter replacement 4.0 L (4.2 US qt, 3.5 Imp qt) U.S.A. and Canada 5.8 L (6.1 US qt, 5.1 Imp qt) Coolant Mexico...

  • Page 562: Air Conditioner

    Specifi cations Specifi cations Weights U.S.A. and Canada Weight Item GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) 1,742 kg (3,840 lbs) 1,810 kg (3,990 lbs) Front 933 kg (2,057 lbs) 958 kg (2,112 lbs) GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating) Rear 812 kg (1,790 lbs) 860 kg (1,896 lbs) Mexico Weight...

  • Page 563: Light Bulbs, Exterior Light, Interior Light

    Specifi cations Specifi cations Light Bulbs Exterior light Category Light bulb (SAE) Wattage UNECE High beam HB3 (9005) Halogen headlights Low beam H11 (H11) Headlights High beam — (—) LED headlights Low beam — (—) With halogen headlights HB3 (9005) Daytime running lights With LED headlights —...

  • Page 564

    NOTE The tires have been optimally matched with the chassis of your vehicle. When replacing tires, Mazda recommends that you replace tires of the same type originally fi tted to your vehicle. For details, contact an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Check the tire pressure label for tire size and infl ation pressure.

  • Page 565

    Specifi cations Specifi cations Temporary spare tire (U.S.A. and Canada) Tire size Infl ation pressure T125/90D16 98M 420 kPa (60 psi) (Mexico) Tire size Infl ation pressure 185/60R16 86M 300 kPa (3.0 bar, 44 psi) Lug nut tightening torque When installing a tire, tighten the lug nut to the following torque. 108—147 N·m (12—14 kgf·m, 80—108 ft·lbf) Fuses Refer to Fuses on page 6-53 .

  • Page 566: Personalization Features

    Specifi cations Personalization Features Personalization Features The following personalization features can be set or changed by an Authorized Mazda Dealer. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer for details. Additionally, some of the personalization features can be changed by the customer depending on the feature.

  • Page 567

    Specifi cations Personalization Features Settings change method Factory Available Item Feature Setting Settings The warning sound for the Lane Departure Refer to Beep/ Warning System Beep — Settings Rumbl. (LDWS) can be on page changed. 5-53 . The volume Refer to of the High/Mid/ Rumbl.

  • Page 568

    Specifi cations Personalization Features Settings change method Factory Available Item Feature Setting Settings Lock: When Driving Unlock: In Park/ Lock: Out of Park Changes the auto Unlock: In Power door lock/unlock function Park/ Lock: lock setting for all the doors Lock: Refer to When...

  • Page 569

    Specifi cations Personalization Features Settings change method Factory Available Item Feature Setting Settings Refer to Locking, Unlocking All Doors: The method for with Request Driver's: Once/ unlocking the doors Refer to Switch (With Once, All Driver's: using the request Settings the advanced Doors: Once, All...

  • Page 570

    Specifi cations Personalization Features Settings change method Factory Available Item Feature Setting Settings Auto-wiper control Refer to The auto-wiper control Refer to Windshield function can be On/Off — Settings Wipers and changed. on page Washer on page 5-53 . 4-47 . Daytime running lights The function of the...

  • Page 571

    Specifi cations Personalization Features Settings change method Factory Available Item Feature Setting Settings Leaving home light system The leaving home light Refer to Refer to system function can be On/Off — Settings Leaving Home changed. on page Light System 5-53 . on page 4-45 .

  • Page 572

    4-22 . 4-22 . *1 Though these systems can be turned Off, doing so will defeat the purpose of the system and Mazda recommends that these systems remain On. *2 For vehicles with an audio system other than the on-screen function type, the warning sound cannot be changed.

  • Page 573

    Index I n f o r ma t i o n P r o v i d e d b y : 10–1...

  • Page 574

    Index Accessory Socket ......5-133 Battery ..........6-37 Active Driving Display ....... 4-22 Maintenance ........6-39 Adaptive Front Lighting System Replacement ........6-39 (AFS)........... 4-70 Specifi cations ........9-4 Add-On Non-Genuine Parts and Battery runs out ........7-18 Accessories ......... 8-18 Jump-Starting ........

  • Page 575

    Index Climate Control System ......5-2 Driving Tips Fully Automatic Type ....5-10 Automatic transaxle ...... 4-40 Gas specifi cations ......9-6 Break-in period......3-39 Manual Type ........5-5 Driving in fl ooded area....3-43 Operating Tips ......... 5-2 Driving on uneven road ....3-45 Vent Operation ........

  • Page 576

    Fuel consumption display ..... 4-63 (LDWS) ......... 4-74 Laser Sensor ........ 4-118 Fuses ........... 6-53 Panel description ......6-55 Mazda Radar Cruise Control Replacement ........6-53 (MRCC)......... 4-93 Pre-Crash Safety Technology ..4-68 Radar Sensors (Rear)....4-120 Radar sensor (front)..... 4-115 Gauges ..........

  • Page 577

    Scheduled ........6-4 Maintenance Monitor ......6-20 Map Lights ........5-131 Key Suspend Function ......3-7 Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) ... 4-93 Key left-in-luggage compartment warning Close proximity warning ....4-96 beep (With the advanced keyless Cruise control function ....4-101 function) ..........

  • Page 578

    Index Mirrors Rear View Monitor......4-130 Outside mirrors......3-28 Displayable range on the screen ... 4-132 Rearview mirror ......3-29 Picture quality adjustment ... 4-137 Moonroof ..........3-33 Rear view monitor operation ..4-134 Rear view parking camera location ........4-131 Switching to the rear view monitor Odometer and Trip Meter ...4-15, 4-14 display .........

  • Page 579

    Index Saving Fuel and Protection of the Environment ........3-39 Scheduled Maintenance ......6-4 Tachometer .......... 4-17 Seat Belt System ......... 2-13 Theft-Deterrent System ....... 3-37 Automatic locking ......2-12 Tiedown Emergency locking ......2-12 Hook ..........7-25 Extender ........2-16 Tire Information ........

  • Page 580

    ..........7-41 Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) warning sound ....7-42 Lights-on reminder ......7-39 Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) System warnings ......7-42 Over Rev. buzzer ......7-43 Power steering warning buzzer ..7-42 Request switch inoperable warning beep (With the advanced keyless function) ........

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