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  • Page 3

    HIROSHIMA, JAPAN Important Notes About This Manual Keep this manual in the boot 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

    Illustrations complement the words of caution is ignored. the manual to best explain how to enjoy your Mazda. By reading your manual, you can nd out about the features, important safety information, and driving under NOTE various road conditions.

  • 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.

  • Page 7: Pictorial Index

    Pictorial Index Interior, exterior views and part identi cation of your Mazda. Interior Overview (Left-Hand Drive Model)........1-2 Interior Equipment (View A) ............1-2 Interior Equipment (View B) ............1-4 Interior Equipment (View C) ............1-5 Interior Overview (Right-Hand Drive Model) ........ 1-7 Interior Equipment (View A) ............

  • Page 8

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Left-Hand Drive Model) Interior Equipment (View A) Door-lock knob ..................... page 3-20 Turn and lane-change signal ................. page 4-71 Lighting control..................... page 4-63 Wiper and washer lever ..................page 4-72 DSC OFF switch ....................page 4-89 Tyre pressure monitoring system set switch ............

  • Page 9

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Left-Hand Drive Model) Audio control switches..................page 5-69 Instrument panel illumination knob ..............page 4-28 Instrument cluster ....................page 4-24 Cruise control switches ..................page 4-134 Push button start ...................... page 4-4 Retractable fastback switch ................... page 3-51 Hazard warning asher switch ................

  • Page 10

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Left-Hand Drive Model) Interior Equipment (View B) SRS air bags ......................page 2-33 Air-conditioning system ..................page 5-2 Rear window defogger switch................page 4-77 Audio system......................page 5-14 Accessory socket ....................page 5-125 External input terminal..................page 5-71 Drive selection switch ...................

  • Page 11

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Left-Hand Drive Model) Interior Equipment (View C) Convertible Top (Soft Top) Windblocker ......................page 5-133 Seat side box ....................... page 5-131 Console box......................page 5-131 Interior light ......................page 5-123 Rearview mirror ....................page 3-32 Sunvisor ......................page 5-123 Vanity mirror .......................

  • Page 12

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Left-Hand Drive Model) Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) Windblocker ......................page 5-133 Seat side box ....................... page 5-131 Console box......................page 5-131 Interior light ......................page 5-123 Rearview mirror ....................page 3-32 Sunvisor ......................page 5-123 Vanity mirror ....................... page 5-123 Parking brake ......................

  • Page 13

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Right-Hand Drive Model) Interior Equipment (View A) Wiper and washer lever ..................page 4-72 Turn and lane-change signal ................. page 4-71 Lighting control..................... page 4-63 Door-lock knob ..................... page 3-20 Power window switches ..................page 3-34 Power window lock switch ...................

  • Page 14

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Right-Hand Drive Model) Hazard warning asher switch ................page 4-79 Push button start ...................... page 4-4 Instrument panel illumination knob ..............page 4-28 Audio control switches..................page 5-69 Instrument cluster ....................page 4-24 Cruise control switches ..................page 4-134 Bonnet release handle ...................

  • Page 15

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Right-Hand Drive Model) Interior Equipment (View B) SRS air bags ......................page 2-33 Audio system......................page 5-14 Air-conditioning system ..................page 5-2 Rear window defogger switch................page 4-77 External input terminal..................page 5-71 Drive selection switch ................... page 4-98 Commander switch ....................

  • Page 16

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Right-Hand Drive Model) Interior Equipment (View C) Convertible Top (Soft Top) Sunvisor ......................page 5-123 Vanity mirror ....................... page 5-123 Rearview mirror ....................page 3-32 Interior light ......................page 5-123 Parking brake ......................page 4-82 Console box......................page 5-131 Seat belt ........................

  • Page 17

    Pictorial Index Interior Overview (Right-Hand Drive Model) Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) Sunvisor ......................page 5-123 Vanity mirror ....................... page 5-123 Rearview mirror ....................page 3-32 Interior light ......................page 5-123 Parking brake ......................page 4-82 Console box......................page 5-131 Seat belt ........................page 2-9 Back trim storage box ..................

  • Page 18: Exterior Overview

    Pictorial Index Exterior Overview Convertible Top (Soft Top) Bonnet ........................page 6-14 Windscreen wiper blades ..................page 6-24 Convertible Top (Soft Top) ................... page 3-37 Doors and keys ...................... page 3-13 Fuel- ller ap ......................page 3-27 Wheels and Tyres ....................page 6-33 Exterior lights ......................

  • Page 19

    Pictorial Index Exterior Overview Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) Bonnet ........................page 6-14 Windscreen wiper blades ..................page 6-24 Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) ..............page 3-44 Doors and keys ...................... page 3-13 Fuel- ller ap ......................page 3-27 Wheels and Tyres ....................page 6-33 Exterior lights ......................

  • Page 20

    MEMO 1–14...

  • Page 21: Essential Safety Equipment

    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 Seat ....................2-5 Head Restraints ................2-8 Seat Belt Systems ................2-9 Seat Belt Precautions ..............2-9 Seat Belt ..................

  • Page 22

    The seats contain air bag components essential to the supplementary restraint system. Such modi cations could damage the supplementary restraint system and result in serious injury. Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer if there is any need to remove or reinstall the seats.

  • Page 23: Before Driving

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats WARNING Do not drive with either seats reclined: Sitting in a reclined position while the vehicle is moving is dangerous because you do not get the full protection from seat belts. During sudden braking or a collision, you can slide under the lap belt and suffer serious internal injuries.

  • Page 24

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats CAUTION When operating a seat, be careful not to put your hands or ngers near the moving parts of the seat or on the side trim to prevent injury. When moving the seats, make sure there is no cargo in the surrounding area. If the cargo gets caught it could damage the cargo.

  • Page 25

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats 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.

  • Page 26

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats Seat Warmer WARNING The seats are electrically heated. The ignition must be switched ON. Be careful when using the seat Press the seat warmer switch while the warmer: ignition is switched ON to operate the seat The heat from the seat warmer may be warmer.

  • Page 27

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats CAUTION Do not use organic solvents to clean the seat. It may damage the seat surface and the heater. NOTE If the ignition is switched off while the seat warmer is operating (High, Mid or Low) and then switched ON again, the seat warmer will automatically operate at the temperature set before switching off...

  • Page 28

    Essential Safety Equipment Seats Head Restraints Non-Adjustable Head Restraints Your vehicle is equipped with non-adjustable head restraints on the driver's and passenger's seatbacks. The non-adjustable head restraints consist of a trimmed foam covering over the upper structure of the seatbacks and are intended to help protect you and the passenger from neck injury.

  • Page 29: Seat Belt Systems

    Seat belts help to decrease the possibility of severe injury during accidents and sudden stops. Mazda recommends that the driver and passengers always wear seat belts. All the seats have lap/shoulder belts. These belts have retractors with inertia locks that keep them out of the way when not in use.

  • Page 30

    Essential Safety Equipment Seat Belt Systems WARNING Positioning the Shoulder Portion of the Seat Belt: Improper positioning of the shoulder portion of the seat belt is dangerous. Always make sure the shoulder portion of the seat belt is positioned across your shoulder and near your neck, but never under your arm, on your neck, or on your upper arm.

  • Page 31

    Essential Safety Equipment Seat Belt Systems CAUTION Belt retraction may become dif cult if the belts and seat belt guides are soiled, so try to keep them clean. For more details about cleaning the seat belts, refer to "Seat Belt Maintenance"...

  • Page 32

    Essential Safety Equipment Seat Belt Systems Fastening the Seat Belt Seat Belt WARNING Seat belt tongue Always wear the seat belt with it correctly routed in its guide: Wearing a seat belt without the seat belt routed in its guide is dangerous because the seat belt would not be able to provide adequate protection in an accident, which could result in serious...

  • Page 33

    Refer to Seat Belt Warning Beep on page 7-50 . Button NOTE 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 expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. 2–13...

  • Page 34

    In addition, the pretensioner system for Always have an expert repairer, we the passenger, like the front and side recommend an Authorised Mazda passenger air bag, is designed to only Repairer immediately inspect the deploy when the passenger occupant...

  • Page 35

    Unless all safety procedures are followed, injury could result. Have an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer safely dispose of the pretensioner system or scrap a pretensioner system equipped vehicle. 2–15...

  • Page 36: Child Restraint

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Child-Restraint Precautions Mazda strongly urges the use of child-restraint systems for children small enough to use them. Mazda recommends use of a Mazda genuine child-restraint system or one that complies with the UNECE 44 regulation. If you would like to purchase a Mazda genuine child-restraint system, please contact an Authorised Mazda Dealer.

  • Page 37

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint WARNING Use the correct size child-restraint system: For effective 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.

  • Page 38

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint WARNING Extreme Hazard! Never use a rear-facing child-restraint system on the passenger seat with an air bag that could deploy: 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. Vehicles with a passenger air bag have a warning label attached as shown below.

  • Page 39

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint WARNING Before installing child-restraint system on the passenger seat, move the passenger seat as far back as possible: In a collision, the force of a deploying air bag could cause serious injury or death to the child.

  • Page 40

    To avoid burning yourself or a child, check them before you or your child touches them. NOTE (European models) Your Mazda is equipped with ISOFIX anchors for attachment of ISOFIX child-restraint systems. When using these anchors to secure a child-restraint system, refer to “Using ISOFIX Anchor” (page 2-30 ). 2–20...

  • Page 41

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Child-Restraint System Installation Categories of Child-Restraint Systems NOTE When purchasing, ask the manufacturer of the child-restraint system which type of child- restraint system is appropriate for your child and vehicle. (Europe and countries conforming to the UNECE 44 regulation) Child-restraint systems are classi ed into the following 5 groups according to the UNECE 44 regulation.

  • Page 42

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Child-Restraint System Types Child seat Equal to Group 1 of the UNECE 44 (Europe and countries conforming to regulation. the UNECE 44 regulation) In this owner's manual, explanation of child-restraint systems secured with seat belts is provided for the following three types of popular child-restraint systems: baby seat, child seat, junior seat.

  • Page 43

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Child Seat Installation Position WARNING A child seat is used in front-facing and rear-facing positions depending on the Always install a baby seat in the correct age and size of the child. When installing, seat position: follow the manufacturer's instructions in Installing a baby seat without rst accordance with the appropriate age and...

  • Page 44

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Front-facing type WARNING WARNING Never use a rear-facing child-restraint system on the passenger seat protected Never install a front-facing child seat by an air bag: in the wrong seat position: NEVER use a rearward facing child Installing a front-facing child seat restraint on a seat protected by an without rst consulting the table...

  • Page 45

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Junior Seat Installation Position A junior seat is used in the front-facing position only. Refer to the table, “Child-Restraint System Suitability for Various Seat Positions” for junior seat installation position (page 2-26 ). WARNING Always install a junior seat in the correct seat position: Installing a junior seat without rst consulting the table “Child-Restraint...

  • Page 46

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Child-Restraint System Suitability for Various Seat Positions Table (Europe and countries conforming to the UNECE 16 regulation) Provided information in the table shows your child-restraint system suitability for various seating position. For installation suitability of other manufacturer child-restraint system, carefully consult the manufacturer's instructions which accompany the child-restraint system.

  • Page 47

    X = ISOFIX position not suitable for ISOFIX child-restraint systems in this mass group and/or this size class. (Except Europe) Regarding child-restraint systems which can be installed to your Mazda, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer.

  • Page 48

    Authorised Mazda Repairer. Regarding child-restraint systems which can be installed, refer to the accessories catalog. X = Seat position not suitable for children in this mass group. (Refer to the “Accessories Catalog” for installing a Mazda genuine child-restraint system.) 2–28...

  • Page 49

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint Installing Child-Restraint WARNING Systems Always attach the tether strap to the Anchor Bracket correct tether anchor position: Attaching the tether strap to the Anchor brackets for securing child- incorrect tether anchor position is restraint systems are equipped in the dangerous.

  • Page 50

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint 3. Remove the cover. Using the Seat Belt CAUTION When moving the seats forward and rearward, make sure you hold onto the seatback with your hand while operating. If the seatback is not held, the seat will move suddenly and could cause injury.

  • Page 51

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint WARNING CAUTION Make sure the child-restraint system is When moving the seats forward and properly secured: rearward, make sure you hold onto A child-restraint system that is not the seatback with your hand while secured is dangerous. In a sudden stop operating.

  • Page 52

    Essential Safety Equipment Child Restraint NOTE WARNING The markings above the ISOFIX Always attach the tether strap to the anchors indicate the locations of the correct tether anchor position: ISOFIX anchors for the attachment of a Attaching the tether strap to the child-restraint system.

  • Page 53: Srs Air Bags

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

  • Page 54

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags A child who is too small to use a seat belt must be properly secured using a child-restraint system (page 2-16 ). Carefully consider which child-restraint system is necessary for your child and follow the installation directions in this Owner's Manual as well as the child-restraint system manufacturer's instructions.

  • Page 55

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags WARNING Do not sit too close to the driver and passenger air bags: Sitting too close to the driver and passenger air bag modules or placing hands or feet on them is extremely dangerous. The driver and passenger air bags in ate with great force and speed.

  • Page 56

    Do not modify a door or leave any damage unrepaired. Always have an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer inspect a damaged door: Modifying a door or leaving any damage unrepaired is dangerous. Each door has a side crash sensor as a component of the supplementary restraint system.

  • Page 57

    Improper disposal of an air bag or a vehicle with live air bags in it can be extremely dangerous. Unless all safety procedures are followed, injury could result. Have an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer safely dispose of the air bag system or scrap an air bag equipped vehicle.

  • Page 58

    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 59

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Supplementary Restraint System Components (With Passenger Occupant Classi cation System) 2–39...

  • Page 60

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags (Without Passenger Occupant Classi cation System) Driver/Passenger in ators and air bags 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 4-42 ) Side in ators and air bags Passenger air bag deactivation indicator light (page 2-47 )

  • Page 61

    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.

  • Page 62

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Passenger Air Bag The passenger air bag is mounted in the passenger instrument panel. The in ation mechanism for the passenger air bag is the same as the driver's air bag. For more details about air bag deployment, refer to "SRS Air Bag Deployment Criteria" (page 2-44 ).

  • Page 63

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Side Air Bags The side air bags are mounted in the outboard sides of the seatbacks. When the air bag crash sensors detect a side impact of greater than moderate force, the system in ates the side air bag only on the side in which the vehicle was hit. The side air bag in ates quickly to reduce injury to the driver or passenger's head and chest caused by directly hitting interior parts such as a door or window.

  • Page 64

    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 collision A severe side collision A rear collision equipment...

  • Page 65

    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.

  • Page 66

    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 2–46...

  • Page 67

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Passenger Occupant Classi cation System First, please read "Supplementary Restraint System (SRS) Precautions" (page 2-33 ) carefully. Passenger Occupant Classi cation Sensor Your vehicle is equipped with a passenger occupant classi cation sensor as a part of the supplementary restraint system.

  • Page 68

    Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. The system may not work properly in an accident.

  • Page 69

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

  • Page 70

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

  • Page 71

    If the passenger air bag deactivation OFF indicator light remains turned on, slide the passenger seat as far back as possible. Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. 2–51...

  • Page 72

    Essential Safety Equipment SRS Air Bags Constant Monitoring The following components of the air bag systems and the active bonnet 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/Seat belt pretensioner system warning light Seat belt pretensioners...

  • Page 73: Active Bonnet

    Before driving the vehicle to an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer after the active bonnet has activated, make sure that the raised bonnet does not obstruct vision and drive the vehicle at a low speed.

  • Page 74

    Do not replace the front bumper, bonnet, suspension, aero parts, or wheels with non- genuine Mazda parts. Otherwise, the system may not operate normally. Do not install non-genuine Mazda accessories to the front bumper. In addition, do not install objects on the bonnet. Otherwise, the system may not operate normally.

  • Page 75

    Essential Safety Equipment Active Bonnet How the Active Bonnet Works If the Active Bonnet Activates, Does Not Activate If the active bonnet activates The active bonnet activates under the following conditions: If the front of the vehicle hits a pedestrian or obstruction while the vehicle is being driven at a speed suf cient to activate the system, the system will activate if a certain amount of impact is applied in a collision even though no trace may remain on the front bumper.

  • Page 76

    MEMO 2–56...

  • Page 77: Convertible Top (soft Top)

    Before Driving Use of various features, including keys, doors, mirrors and windows. Keys ............3-2 Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) ..... 3-44 Keys ..........3-2 Keyless Entry System ....3-3 Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) ....3-44 Advanced Keyless Entry System ..3-9 Advanced Keyless Entry Security System .........

  • Page 78

    The key is near electronic devices to be an interesting toy to play with such as personal computers. and could cause the power windows or Non-Mazda genuine electronic other controls to operate, or even make equipment is installed in the the vehicle move.

  • Page 79

    Operating the theft-deterrent system is If your key (auxiliary key) is lost, consult also possible on theft-deterrent system- your Authorised Mazda Repairer and have equipped vehicles. your code number ready. System malfunctions or warnings are NOTE...

  • Page 80

    Additional keys can be obtained at an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Up to 6 keys can be used with the keyless functions per vehicle. Bring all keys to an Authorised Mazda Repairer when additional keys are required.

  • Page 81

    Before Driving Keys Transmitter NOTE Operation indicator light Use the following procedure to change the setting. Operation buttons 1. Switch the ignition off and close both of the doors and the boot lid. 2. Open the driver's door. 3. Within 30 seconds of opening the driver's door, press and hold the LOCK button on the key for 5 seconds or longer.

  • Page 82

    Before Driving Keys Lock button NOTE To lock the doors and the boot lid, fuel- The doors and the boot lid, fuel- ller ller ap, press the lock button and the ap cannot be locked by pressing the hazard warning lights will ash once. lock button while any other door is (With the advanced keyless function open.

  • Page 83

    Before Driving Keys Unlock button Boot button To unlock the doors and the boot lid, press To open the boot lid, press and hold the the unlock button and the hazard warning boot button until the boot lid opens. lights will ash twice. Type A Type B (With the advanced keyless function...

  • Page 84

    Before Driving Keys Without the advanced keyless function Operational Range The system operates only when the driver Interior aerial is in the vehicle or within operational range while the key is being carried. Starting the Engine NOTE Starting the engine may be possible even if the key is outside of the vehicle and extremely close to a door Operational range...

  • Page 85

    Before using the key near people who repairer, we recommend an Authorised use medical devices, ask the medical Mazda Repairer for details. If the device manufacturer or your physician advanced keyless entry system has been if radio waves from the key will affect deactivated, you can start the engine by the device.

  • Page 86

    Before Driving Advanced Keyless Entry System Operational Range NOTE The system operates only when the driver The system may not operate if you is in the vehicle or within operational are too close to the windows or door range while the key is being carried. handles.

  • Page 87: Doors And Locks

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Door Locks WARNING WARNING Always con rm the safety around the vehicle before opening a door: Suddenly opening a door is dangerous. Always take all children and pets with A passing vehicle or a pedestrian could you or leave a responsible person with be hit and cause an accident.

  • Page 88

    Before Driving Doors and Locks NOTE NOTE Always stop the engine and lock the (Door unlock (control) system with doors. In addition, to prevent theft of collision detection) valuables, do not leave them inside This system automatically unlocks the cabin. the doors and the boot lid, fuel- If the key is left in the following ller ap in the event the vehicle...

  • Page 89

    3 seconds. your vehicle from opening the door from the inside. If you have any problems with the double locking system, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Centre position Lock position 3–13...

  • Page 90

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Locking, Unlocking with Request NOTE Switch (With the advanced keyless function) You can also activate the system by pressing the lock button on the Both doors and the boot lid, fuel- ller transmitter twice within 3 seconds. ap can be locked/unlocked by pressing the request switch while the key is being (With the advanced keyless...

  • Page 91

    Before Driving Doors and Locks NOTE NOTE It may require a few seconds for Use the following procedure to the doors to unlock after the request change the setting. switch is pressed. 1. Switch the ignition off and close (European models) both of the doors and the boot lid.

  • Page 92

    Before Driving Doors and Locks NOTE NOTE The setting can be changed so that Auto re-lock function the doors and the boot lid, fuel- ller After unlocking with the request ap are locked automatically without switch, both doors and the boot lid, pressing the request switch.

  • Page 93

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Locking, Unlocking with Door- Auto Lock/Unlock Function Lock Switch Both doors and the boot lid, fuel- ller ap WARNING lock automatically when the lock side is pressed with both doors closed. Do not pull the inner handle on a door: They both unlock when the unlock side is Pulling the inner handle on a pressed.

  • Page 94

    *1 Other settings for the auto door lock function are available at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. For details consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Refer to Personalisation Features on page 9-10 .

  • Page 95

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Settings can be changed using the (Automatic transmission vehicles) following procedure. Current Function Number 1. Safely park the vehicle. Both doors Press unlock side of must remain closed. lock switch once 2. Switch the ignition ON. Function Number 1 3.

  • Page 96

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

  • Page 97

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Boot Lid CAUTION WARNING Before opening the boot lid, remove any snow and ice accumulation on it. Otherwise, the boot lid could close Never allow a person to ride in the under the weight of the snow and ice boot: resulting in injury.

  • Page 98

    Before Driving Doors and Locks Using the electric boot lid opener Opening and Closing the Boot Lid (With the remote release button) Opening the boot lid A boot lid can also be opened while the key is being carried. Using the remote release button Press the electric boot lid opener and raise the boot lid when the latch releases.

  • Page 99

    Before Driving Doors and Locks NOTE When opening the boot lid with the doors locked, it may require a few seconds for the boot lid latch to release after the electric boot lid opener is pressed. The boot lid can be closed when the doors are locked with the key left in the vehicle.

  • Page 100: Fuel Requirements

    The use of E10 fuel with 10 % ethanol in Europe is safe for your vehicle. Damage to your vehicle may occur when ethanol exceeds this recommendation. Never add fuel system additives, otherwise the emission control system could be damaged. Consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer for details. 3–24...

  • Page 101

    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 102

    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 expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer 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 103

    Before Driving Fuel and Emission Fuel-Filler Flap and Cap CAUTION WARNING Always use only a designated Mazda fuel- ller cap or an approved equivalent, available at an expert repairer, we When removing the fuel- ller cap, recommend an Authorised Mazda loosen the cap slightly and wait for any Repairer.

  • Page 104

    Before Driving Fuel and Emission Fuel-Filler Cap To remove the fuel- ller cap, turn it anticlockwise. Attach the removed cap to the inner side of the fuel ap. To close the fuel- ller cap, turn it clockwise until a click is heard. Open Close 3–28...

  • Page 105: Steering Wheel

    Before Driving Steering Wheel Steering Wheel WARNING Never adjust the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving: Adjusting the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving is dangerous. Moving it can very easily cause the driver to abruptly turn to the left or right. This can lead to loss of control or an accident.

  • Page 106

    Before Driving Mirrors Mirrors NOTE Before driving, adjust the inside and (Driver's Side Wide Angle Mirror outside mirrors. The wide angle mirror has two Outside Mirrors curvatures on its surface separated by a region line into outer and inner regions. The inner region is WARNING a standard convex mirror whereas the outer region allows for a wider...

  • Page 107

    Before Driving Mirrors Power mirror adjustment Folding mirror The ignition must be switched to ACC or ON position. WARNING To adjust: Always return the outside mirrors to 1. Rotate the mirror switch to the left or the driving position before you start right to choose the left or right side driving: mirror.

  • Page 108

    Before Driving Mirrors Reducing glare from headlights Rearview Mirror Manual antidazzle mirror WARNING Push the antidazzle lever forward for day driving. Pull it back to reduce glare of Do not stack cargo or objects higher headlights from vehicles at the rear. than the seatbacks: Cargo stacked higher than the seatbacks is dangerous.

  • Page 109

    Before Driving Mirrors NOTE Do not use glass cleaner or suspend objects on or around the light sensor. Otherwise, light sensor sensitivity will be affected and may not operate normally. Light sensor The auto-dimming function is cancelled when the ignition is switched ON and the shift/selector lever is in reverse (R).

  • Page 110

    Before Driving Windows Operating the Power Windows Power Windows The ignition must be switched ON for the NOTE power windows to operate. The passenger window can be WARNING operated with each door switch when the power window lock switch on the driver's door is in the unlocked Make sure the opening is clear before position (page 3-36 ).

  • Page 111

    Before Driving Windows Normal opening/closing Power window system initialization procedure To open the window to the desired position, lightly hold down the switch. If the battery was disconnected during To close the window to the desired vehicle maintenance, or for other reasons position, lightly pull up the switch.

  • Page 112

    Before Driving Windows Engine-off power window operation (Without door-lock switch) The power window can be operated for Lock position about 40 seconds after the ignition is switched from ON to off with both doors closed. If any door is opened, the power window will stop operating.

  • Page 113

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Soft Top) Convertible Top (Soft Top) Top latch assembly Convertible top's handles Convertible top Convertible Top Precautions WARNING Sit in the seat with the seat belt correctly fastened when the vehicle is moving: Standing in the vehicle, or sitting on the convertible top storage area or centre console when the vehicle is moving is a dangerous way to ride.

  • Page 114

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Soft Top) CAUTION Remove leaves or other matter that may accumulate on and around the convertible top. If leaves or other matter block the drain lter, water may enter the vehicle. Clean the drain lter at least once a year. Refer to Convertible Top Maintenance on page 6-58 .

  • Page 115: When Driving

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Soft Top) NOTE The power windows go down automatically in conjunction with the convertible top opening/closing. However, this is a function for improving the operability, and it does not mean there is a problem. If the vehicle battery is disconnected for vehicle maintenance or other reasons, the power windows will not go down automatically.

  • Page 116

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Soft Top) Lowering the Convertible Top NOTE If the power windows do not go down CAUTION automatically, fully open the windows or open the doors. Do not sit on the folded convertible top. Otherwise, the convertible top could 6.

  • Page 117

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Soft Top) 7. Move the convertible top rearward and Raising the Convertible Top fold it while pressing the rear glass 1. Make sure the parking brake is applied. lightly with your hand. 2. If the engine is running, turn it off. 3.

  • Page 118

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Soft Top) NOTE CAUTION If the power windows do not go Driving with the convertible top down automatically, fully open the not fully locked could damage the windows or open the doors. convertible top. To raise the convertible top from If the red indicator is visible on the inside the vehicle, use the convertible lock release button, the convertible...

  • Page 119

    Make sure the convertible top is securely locked by pushing up on it. If it still sounds loose (rattles) after being locked by the top latch, have it inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. 3–43...

  • Page 120: Convertible Top (retractable Fastback)

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) The Retractable fastback opens/closes electrically by operating switches in the vehicle. When opening/closing the roof and window glass operate together. The front roof is stored in the storage area under rear roof. Front roof Rear roof Open...

  • Page 121

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) Retractable Fastback Precautions WARNING Always con rm that there are no people around the vehicle before operating the roof: If the roof were to operate unexpectedly, it could result in an accident and serious injury from someone getting caught in the mechanism.

  • Page 122

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) CAUTION When getting in or out of the vehicle with the roof open, be careful not to hit your head or body on the corner of the windscreen glass. It may cause an injury. Do not drive with the roof partially opened;...

  • Page 123

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) NOTE When opening the roof, make sure objects inside the vehicle are not blown away by the wind. Secure all loose objects inside before driving with the roof down. To help prevent burglary or vandalism and to ensure that the passenger compartment stays dry, close the roof securely and lock both doors when leaving the vehicle.

  • Page 124

    This indicates that the roof is being open/closed. (During switch operation) When not illuminated This indicates that the roof is open/closed fully. NOTE If the operation indicator light ashes quickly, there may be a system malfunction. Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer. 3–48...

  • Page 125

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) Roof operation display The roof operation status is indicated on the multi-information display. The following table shows display examples when opening the roof: Operation Roof status Indication Before operation Roof closed Rear roof opened Rear roof opened During operation Front roof opened...

  • Page 126

    If the roof cannot be closed even after satis ed, the roof can be opened/closed. the operation conditions are all met, The ignition is switched ON. have it checked at an Authorised Mazda Shift/selector lever is in a position other Repairer. than R (reverse).

  • Page 127

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) Opening the Roof NOTE 1. Park on a hard, level surface off the If the retractable fastback switch right-of-way and rmly set the parking is pressed in the open direction, a brake. warning beep sounds. 2.

  • Page 128

    Before Driving Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) Closing the Roof NOTE 1. Park on a hard, level surface off the If the retractable fastback switch right-of-way and rmly set the parking is pressed in the close direction, a brake. warning beep sounds. 2.

  • Page 129: Security System

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

  • Page 130

    They are only available through an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Always keep a spare key in case one is lost. If a key is lost, consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. Disarming If you lose a key, an Authorised...

  • Page 131

    Intrusion sensor sensor bezel. Do not install seats that are not The intrusion sensor uses ultrasonic waves Mazda genuine products. to detect movement inside the vehicle and To prevent obstruction of intrusion to raise an alert of an intrusion into the sensor, do not place objects or cargo vehicle.

  • Page 132

    Before Driving Security System Operation How to Arm the System 1. Close the windows and the convertible Siren/Horn triggering conditions top securely. The siren/horn sounds intermittently and NOTE the hazard warning lights ash for about 30 seconds when the system is triggered (With the intrusion sensor) by any one of the following: The intrusion sensor function can be...

  • Page 133

    Before Driving Security System Cancelling the Intrusion Sensor NOTE (With Intrusion Sensor) The theft-deterrent system can also If the theft deterrent system has been be armed by activating the auto armed while any of the following relock function with all the doors, the conditions are present, cancel the intrusion boot lid and the bonnet closed.

  • Page 134

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

  • Page 135: 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 136

    Before Driving Driving Tips Hazardous Driving WARNING WARNING Never stop the engine when going down a hill: Stopping the engine when going Be extremely careful if it is necessary down a hill is dangerous. This causes to downshift on slippery surfaces: the loss of power steering and power Downshifting into lower gear while brake control, and may cause damage...

  • Page 137

    Before Driving Driving Tips Floor Mat WARNING We recommend the use of Genuine Mazda oor mats. Do not install two oor mats, one on top of the other, on the driver's side: WARNING Installing two oor mats, one on top...

  • Page 138

    Do not spin the wheels at high speed, Ask an expert repairer, we recommend an and do not allow anyone to stand Authorised Mazda Repairer to check the behind a wheel when pushing the following: vehicle: Have the proper ratio of antifreeze in the When the vehicle is stuck, spinning radiator.

  • Page 139

    Before Driving Driving Tips Snow Tyres NOTE Do not use the parking brake in WARNING freezing weather as it may freeze. Instead, shift to P with an automatic Use only the same size and type tyres transmission and to 1 or R with a (snow, radial, or non-radial) on all four manual transmission.

  • Page 140

    Before Driving Driving Tips Tyre chain selection (Europe) Tyre Chains Mazda recommends hexagon type Check local regulations before using tyre steel ring chains. Select the proper type chains. according to your tyre size. CAUTION Chains may affect handling. Do not go faster than 50 km/h (30...

  • Page 141

    Always follow the absorption. If the vehicle has been chain manufacturer's instructions. immersed in water, consult an expert 2. Retighten the chains after driving repairer, we recommend an Authorised 1/2—1 km (1/4—1/2 mile). Mazda Repairer. 3–65...

  • Page 142

    Before Driving Towing Towing Caravans and Trailers Your Mazda is not designed for towing. Never tow a trailer with your Mazda. 3–66...

  • Page 143

    When Driving Information concerning safe driving and stopping. Start/Stop Engine ........ 4-4 ABS/TCS/DSC ........4-86 Ignition Switch ....... 4-4 Antilock Brake System (ABS) ..4-86 Starting the Engine ......4-5 Traction Control System (TCS) ... 4-87 Turning the Engine Off ....4-11 Dynamic Stability Control i-stop ...........

  • Page 144

    i-ACTIVSENSE....... 4-100 i-ACTIVSENSE ......4-100 Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS) ........4-102 High Beam Control System (HBC) ........4-103 Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) ........4-106 Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) System ........4-112 Rear Cross Traf c Alert (RCTA) ........4-119 Adjustable Speed Limiter ..

  • Page 145

    MEMO 4–3...

  • Page 146

    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 key is In this position the steering wheel is within operational range.

  • Page 147

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine ACC (Accessory) Starting the Engine Some electrical accessories will operate and the indicator light (amber) illuminates. WARNING In this position the steering wheel is unlocked. Radio waves from the key may affect NOTE medical devices such as pacemakers: Before using the key near people who The keyless entry system does not use medical devices, ask the medical...

  • Page 148

    (Manual transmission) key. Consult an expert repairer, we The starter will not operate if the clutch recommend an Authorised Mazda pedal is not depressed suf ciently. Repairer for details. If the push (Automatic transmission)

  • Page 149

    (red) engine from starting or from switching the ignition to ACC or ON. Have your vehicle inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. NOTE Under the following conditions, the KEY warning light (red) ashes after the push button start is pressed.

  • Page 150

    ON position. an Authorised Mazda Repairer as After pressing the push button start soon as possible. If this occurs, the and before the engine starts, the engine can be force-started.

  • Page 151

    Starting a Flooded Engine under Emergency Starting. If the engine still does not start, have your vehicle inspected by an Authorised Mazda Repairer (page 7-23 ). (Manual transmission vehicle with i-stop function) Spare keys or keys for other vehicles...

  • Page 152

    (green) ashes. recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. If the push button start indicator light (green) does not illuminate, perform the operation from the beginning again.

  • Page 153

    Stopping the engine while the vehicle is inspected at an expert repairer, we moving for any reason other than in an recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer emergency is dangerous. Stopping the as soon as possible. If this occurs, the engine while the vehicle is moving will engine can be force-started.

  • Page 154

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine Emergency Engine Stop NOTE Continuously pressing the push button The cooling fan in the engine start or quickly pressing it any number of compartment could turn on for a few times while the engine is running or the minutes after the ignition is switched vehicle is being driven will turn the engine from ON to OFF, whether or not the...

  • Page 155

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine i-stop The i-stop function automatically stops the engine when the vehicle is stopped at a traf c light or stuck in traf c, and then restarts the engine automatically to resume driving. The system provides improved fuel economy, reduced exhaust gas emissions, and eliminates idling noise while the engine is stopped.

  • Page 156

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine Automatic transmission 1. Engine idling stops when the brake pedal is depressed while the vehicle is driven (except for driving in the R or M position second gear xed mode) and the vehicle is stopped. 2. The engine restarts automatically when the brake pedal is released with the selector lever in the D or M position (not in second gear xed mode).

  • Page 157

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine (Automatic transmission) The vehicle is stopped. The selector lever is in the D or M position (not in second gear xed mode). The automatic transmission uid has warmed up suf ciently. The automatic transmission uid temperature is not abnormally high. The steering wheel is almost in the straight-ahead position (idling may not stop even with the steering wheel in the straight-ahead position if force is applied to the steering wheel.

  • Page 158

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine NOTE Under the following conditions, a period of time is required to stop engine idling The battery power is depleted for some reasons such as the vehicle has not been driven for a long period. The ambient temperature is high or low. After the battery terminals are disconnected for some reasons such as for battery replacement.

  • Page 159

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine NOTE Engine restarts automatically while engine idling is stopped Under the following conditions, the engine restarts automatically. The i-stop OFF switch is pressed until the beep sounds. The ambient temperature is extremely high or low. (Manual Air-Conditioning) The air ow mode dial of the air conditioner is in the ( ) position and the fan control dial is in a position other than 0.

  • Page 160

    Engine idling may not stop right after the battery terminals are disconnected. In addition, if the battery is replaced, the i-stop functions must be veri ed. Consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. i-stop Warning Light (Amber)/i-stop Indicator Light (Green)

  • Page 161

    NOTE A problem in the system may be indicated under the following conditions. Have your vehicle inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. The light does not turn on when the ignition is switched ON. The light continues to remain on even though the i-stop OFF switch has been pressed while the engine is running.

  • Page 162

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine i-stop indicator light (green) When the light is turned on The light turns on while engine idling is stopped and turns off when the engine is restarted. (Except European model) The light turns on when the engine idling stop conditions are met while the vehicle is driven.

  • Page 163

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine i-stop OFF Switch By pressing the switch until a beep sounds, the i-stop function is turned off and the i-stop warning light (amber) in the instrument cluster turns on. By pressing the switch again until the beep sounds, the i-stop function becomes operational and the i-stop warning light (amber) turns off.

  • Page 164

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine Vehicle Roll Prevention Function (Automatic transmission) Vehicles with the i-stop function are equipped with a vehicle roll prevention function. This function prevents the vehicle from rolling, such as when releasing the brake pedal while on a slope under the following conditions: While engine idling is stopped (prevents the vehicle from rolling back) When the engine restarts after releasing the brake pedal (prevents the vehicle's sudden movement due to vehicle creep), sudden movement of the vehicle is prevented by...

  • Page 165

    When Driving Start/Stop Engine WARNING Do not rely completely on the vehicle roll prevention function. The vehicle roll prevention function is a supplementary function which operates for a maximum of four seconds after releasing the brake pedal and accelerating the vehicle from an engine idling stop condition.

  • Page 166

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Meters and Gauges Instrument Cluster Type A (With Multi-information Display) Type B (Without Multi-information Display) Steering Switch Speedometer ......................page 4-25 Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip Meter Selector ............ page 4-25 Tachometer ......................page 4-26 Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge ..............

  • Page 167

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Speedometer NOTE The speedometer indicates the speed of the When the ignition is switched to ACC vehicle. or off, the odometer or trip meters cannot be displayed, however, pressing Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip the selector can inadvertently switch Meter Selector (Without Multi- the trip meters or reset them during an...

  • Page 168

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display The trip meter records the total distance Tachometer the vehicle is driven until the meter The tachometer shows engine speed in is again reset. Return it to “0.0” by thousands of revolutions per minute (rpm). depressing and holding the selector for one second or more.

  • Page 169

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Engine Coolant Temperature Fuel Gauge (Without Multi- Gauge (Without Multi-information information Display) Display) The fuel gauge shows approximately Indicates engine coolant temperature. how much fuel is remaining in the tank when the ignition is switched ON. We recommend keeping the tank over 1/4 full.

  • Page 170

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display The brightness of the instrument cluster NOTE and instrument panel illuminations can be adjusted by rotating the knob. After refuelling, it may require some time for the indicator to stabilize. In The brightness decreases by rotating the addition, the indicator may deviate knob to the left.

  • Page 171

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Changing the Temperature Unit of the NOTE Outside Temperature Display (Vehicles with Type B/C) When the illumination dimmer is cancelled, the instrument cluster The outside temperature unit can be cannot be dimmed even if the switched between Celsius and Fahrenheit.

  • Page 172

    Average vehicle speed actual distance-to empty/range may Vehicle speed alarm differ from the amount indicated. If you have any problems with your trip computer, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. 4–30 *Some models.

  • Page 173

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Average fuel economy mode Average vehicle speed mode This mode displays the average fuel This mode displays the average vehicle economy by calculating the total fuel speed by calculating the distance and the consumption and the total travelled time travelled since connecting the battery distance since purchasing the vehicle, re- or resetting the data.

  • Page 174

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display 6. Press the INFO switch continuously NOTE until a beep sound is heard. The set vehicle speed is displayed on Always set the vehicle speed the vehicle speed alarm screen. according to the laws and regulations of the country/city in which the vehicle is driven.

  • Page 175

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Multi-information Display and INFO Switch Multi-information Display INFO switch The multi-information display indicates the following information. Odometer Trip meter Engine coolant temperature gauge Fuel gauge Outside temperature Distance-to-empty Average fuel economy Current fuel economy Maintenance Monitor Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) Display Cruise Control Display...

  • Page 176

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display The screen content changes each time the INFO switch is pressed. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge, Trip Meter A, Average Fuel Economy, Current Press the INFO switch Fuel Economy, Outside Temperature, Odometer, Fuel Gauge Warning message, Outside Press the INFO switch Temperature,...

  • Page 177

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Trip meter Odometer, Trip Meter and Trip Meter Selector The driving distance for a speci ed interval is indicated. Two types (TRIP The odometer is constantly displayed on A, TRIP B) of interval distance and the the screen when the ignition is switched average fuel economy for each can be ON, and the TRIP A or TRIP B screen...

  • Page 178

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Engine Coolant Temperature Fuel Gauge Gauge The fuel gauge shows approximately Displays the engine coolant temperature. how much fuel is remaining in the tank The blue gauge indicates that the engine when the ignition is switched ON. We coolant temperature is low, and the red recommend keeping the tank over 1/4 full.

  • Page 179

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Changing the Temperature Unit of the NOTE Outside Temperature Display (Vehicles with Type B/C) After refuelling, it may require some time for the indicator to stabilize. In The outside temperature unit can be addition, the indicator may deviate switched between Celsius and Fahrenheit.

  • Page 180

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Distance-to-empty Average Fuel Economy This displays the approximate distance This mode displays the average fuel you can travel on the remaining fuel based economy by calculating the total fuel on the fuel economy. consumption and the total travelled The distance-to-empty will be calculated distance since purchasing the vehicle, re- and displayed every second.

  • Page 181

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Maintenance Monitor NOTE The following maintenance period If any of the INFO switch is pressed noti cations can be displayed by turning while a message is displayed, it will the Maintenance Monitor on. no longer be displayed the next time Scheduled Maintenance the ignition is switched ON.

  • Page 182

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Cruise Control Set Vehicle Speed NOTE Display Always set the vehicle speed The vehicle speed preset using the cruise according to the laws and regulations control is displayed. of the country/city in which the vehicle is driven.

  • Page 183

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Roof Operation Display Displays the roof operation status. Refer to Operation Indication on page 3-48 . Warning (Display Indication) A message is displayed to notify the user of the system operation status and malfunctions or abnormalities. If the warning light turns on/ ashes simultaneously or a symbol is indicated in the display, check the information...

  • Page 184

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Warning/Indicator Lights Instrument Cluster varies depending on model and speci cations. Instrument Cluster Type B Type A (With Multi-information Display) (Without Multi-information Display) Centre of Instrument panel Warning/Indicator lights will appear in any of the highlighted areas Warning Indication/Warning Lights These lights turn on or ash to notify the user of the system operation status or a system malfunction.

  • Page 185

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Signal Warning Lights Page Electric Vacuum Pump Warning Light 7-34 (Amber) Electronic Brake Force Distribution System Warning ABS Warning Light 7-31 ABS warning 7-34 Check Engine Light 7-34 i-stop Warning Light 7-34 (Amber) i-ELOOP Warning Indication/Warning Light 7-34 (Amber) Automatic Transmission Warning Indication/Warning Light...

  • Page 186

    If the light does not turn on or remains turned on, have the vehicle inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. *2 The light turns on continuously when the parking brake is applied.

  • Page 187

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Indication/Indicator Lights These lights turn on or ash to notify the user of the system operation status or a system malfunction. Signal Indicator Lights Page Passenger Air Bag Deactivation Indicator Light 2-47 KEY Indicator/Indicator Light (White/Green) Security Indicator Light 3-54...

  • Page 188

    When Driving Instrument Cluster and Display Signal Indicator Lights Page Turn and Lane-Change Signals 4-71 Direction Indicator/Hazard Warning Indicator Lights Hazard Warning Flasher 4-79 Traction Control System (TCS) 4-87 Dynamic Stability TCS/DSC Indicator Light Control (DSC) 4-88 (Turns on) 7-34 DSC OFF Indicator Light 4-89 Select Mode Indication...

  • Page 189

    *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 expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Wrench Indication/Indicator...

  • Page 190

    When Driving Transmission Manual Transmission WARNING Operation Do not use sudden engine braking Manual Transmission Shift Pattern on slippery road surfaces or at high speeds: Shifting down while driving on wet, snowy, or frozen roads, or while driving at high speeds causes sudden engine braking, which is dangerous.

  • Page 191

    When Driving Transmission NOTE NOTE A natural driving posture can be (With parking sensor system) realized by lightly gripping the shift When the shift lever is shifted to the lever from the side without having to R position with the ignition switched rest your elbow on the centre console ON, the parking sensor system is box.

  • Page 192

    When Driving Transmission CAUTION Do not rely solely on the shift-up/ shift-down recommendations by indications. The actual driving situation might require shift operations different from indication. To avoid the risk of accidents, the road and traf c conditions have to be judged correctly by the driver before shifting.

  • Page 193

    When Driving Transmission Automatic Transmission 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 194

    When Driving Transmission P (Park) Shift Position Indication P locks the transmission and prevents the rear wheels from rotating. WARNING Always set the selector lever to P and The selector position is indicated when the set the parking brake: ignition is switched ON. Only setting the selector lever to the P position without using the parking NOTE...

  • Page 195

    When Driving Transmission NOTE NOTE (With parking sensor system) Apply the parking brake or depress the When the selector lever is shifted to the brake pedal before moving the selector R position with the ignition switched lever from N to prevent the vehicle from ON, the parking sensor system is moving unexpectedly.

  • Page 196

    4. Move the selector lever. The shift-lock system prevents shifting out Take the vehicle to an expert repairer, we of P unless the brake pedal is depressed. recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer to have the system checked. To shift from P: Type B 1.

  • Page 197

    When Driving Transmission Indicators Manual Shift Mode The manual shift mode gives you the feel Manual shift mode indication of driving a manual transmission vehicle by allowing you to operate the selector In manual shift mode, the “M” of the shift lever manually.

  • Page 198

    When Driving Transmission Gear Shift Indicator NOTE The gear shift indicator supports you to The gear shift indicator turns off when obtain optimum fuel economy and smooth the following operations are performed. driving. It displays the selected gear position in the instrument cluster as well The vehicle is stopped.

  • Page 199

    When Driving Transmission Using steering shift switch NOTE To shift up to a higher gear with the When driving slowly, the gears may steering shift switches, pull the UP switch not shift up. ) toward you once with your Do not drive the vehicle with the ngers.

  • Page 200

    When Driving Transmission Manually shifting down WARNING You can shift gears down by operating the selector lever or the steering shift Do not use engine braking on slippery switches road surfaces or at high speeds: Shifting down while driving on wet, snowy, or frozen roads, or while driving Using selector lever at high speeds causes sudden engine...

  • Page 201

    When Driving Transmission Second gear xed mode When the selector lever is moved back while the vehicle speed is about 10 km/h (6.2 mph) or less, the transmission is set in the second gear xed mode. The gear is xed in second while in this mode for easier acceleration from a stop and driving on slippery roads such as snow-covered roads.

  • Page 202

    When Driving Transmission 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 203

    When Driving Transmission Direct Mode NOTE Direct mode can be used for temporarily Shifting up and down while in direct switching gears by operating the steering mode may not be possible depending on shift switch while the vehicle is being the vehicle speed.

  • Page 204

    When Driving Transmission NOTE The accelerator pedal may initially feel heavy as it is being depressed, then feel lighter as it is depressed further. This change in pedal force aids the engine control system in determining how much the accelerator pedal has been depressed for performing kickdown, and functions to control whether or not kickdown should be performed.

  • Page 205

    When Driving Switches and Controls Lighting Control Headlights Turn the headlight switch to turn the headlights, other exterior lights and instrument panel illumination on or off. When the headlight switch is turned to the position, the lights-on indicator light in the instrument cluster turns on.

  • Page 206

    When Driving Switches and Controls Without auto-light control Switch Position ACC or ACC or ACC or Ignition Position Headlights Running lights Tail lights Position lights Number plate lights Instrument panel illumination *1 It turns on while driving the vehicle. *2 When the running lights are turned on, the position lights, tail lights, and number plate lights turn on. The instrument panel illumination does not turn on.

  • Page 207

    When Driving Switches and Controls With auto-light control Switch Position Ignition Position or OFF or OFF or OFF or OFF Headlights Auto Running lights Auto Tail lights Position lights Auto Number plate lights Instrument panel illumination *1 The headlight and other light settings switch automatically depending on the surrounding brightness detected by the sensor.

  • Page 208

    When Driving Switches and Controls Auto-light control When the headlight switch is in the position and the ignition is switched ON, the light sensor senses the surrounding lightness or darkness and automatically turns the headlights, other exterior lights and instrument panel illumination on or off (see chart above). CAUTION Do not shade the light sensor by adhering a sticker or a label on the windscreen.

  • Page 209

    To adjust the brightness of the instrument panel illumination: Refer to Instrument Panel Illumination on page 4-28 . The sensitivity of the AUTO lights may be changed by an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Refer to Personalisation Features on page 9-10 .

  • Page 210

    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 211

    When Driving Switches and Controls To turn on the lights NOTE When the ignition switch and the headlight The time until the headlights turn off switch are in the following conditions, after all of the doors are closed can the headlights will illuminate when the be changed.

  • Page 212

    When Driving Switches and Controls Headlight Levelling Rear Fog Light The number of passengers and weight of The rear fog light can be used when the cargo in the luggage compartment change ignition is switched ON. the angle of the headlights. The rear fog light helps your vehicle to be seen.

  • Page 213

    When Driving Switches and Controls Turn and Lane-change NOTE Signals (With auto-light control) The ignition must be switched ON to use When the headlight switch is in the the turn and lane-change signals. position and the headlights, exterior lights and instrument panel illuminated, Direction Indicators the rear fog light turns on when the rear fog light switch is turned on.

  • Page 214

    When Driving Switches and Controls Windscreen Wipers and NOTE Washer If an indicator light stays on without ashing or if it ashes abnormally, The ignition must be switched ON to use one of the direction indicator bulbs the wipers. may be burned out. A personalised function is available WARNING to change the turn indicator sound...

  • Page 215

    OFF, the wipers will operate. If the wipers do not operate even though the wiper switch is turned to a position other than OFF, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Switch Position Repairer as soon as possible. Wiper operation No.

  • Page 216

    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 windscreen 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 217

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

  • Page 218

    If the washer does not work, inspect the uid level (page 6-23 ). If the uid level is normal, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. NOTE (With headlight washers) When the headlights are on, the...

  • Page 219

    When Driving Switches and Controls Headlight Washer Rear Window Defogger The ignition must be switched ON and the The rear window defogger clears fog from headlights must be turned on. the rear window. The headlight washers operate The ignition must be switched ON to use automatically once every fth time the the defogger.

  • Page 220

    When Driving Switches and Controls Mirror Defogger CAUTION The mirror defoggers defrost the outside mirrors. Do not use sharp instruments or window cleaners with abrasives to The mirror defoggers operate in clean the inside of the rear window conjunction with the rear window surface.

  • Page 221

    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 traf c hazard and that they must take extreme caution when near it.

  • Page 222

    When Driving Switches and Controls NOTE The direction indicators do not work when the hazard warning lights are Check local regulations about the use of hazard warning lights while the vehicle is being towed to verify that it is not in violation of the law. If the brake pedal is depressed while driving on slippery roads, the emergency stop signal system could...

  • Page 223

    When Driving Brake Brake System WARNING Foot Brake Do not coast with the engine stalled or turned off, nd a safe place to stop: This vehicle has power-assisted brakes Coasting with the engine stalled or that adjust automatically through normal turned off is dangerous.

  • Page 224

    When Driving Brake Parking Brake CAUTION CAUTION Do not drive with your foot held on the clutch pedal or brake pedal, or hold the clutch pedal depressed Driving with the parking brake on will halfway unnecessarily. Doing so cause excessive wear of the brake parts. could result in the following: The clutch and brake parts will NOTE...

  • Page 225

    The brake assist equipment does not supersede the functionality of the vehicle's main braking system. When you hear this noise, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. 4–83...

  • Page 226

    System Hill Launch Assist (HLA) is a function which assists the driver in accelerating Your Mazda is equipped with an from a stop while on a slope. When emergency stop signal system that is the driver releases the brake pedal and...

  • Page 227

    When Driving Brake NOTE WARNING Hill Launch Assist (HLA) does not Do not rely completely on Hill Launch operate on a gentle slope. In addition, Assist (HLA): the gradient of the slope on which Hill Launch Assist (HLA) is an the system will operate changes auxiliary device for accelerating from depending on the vehicle's load.

  • Page 228

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

  • Page 229

    WARNING correctly. Take your vehicle to an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Do not rely on the Traction Control Mazda Repairer. System (TCS) as a substitute for safe driving: NOTE The Traction Control System (TCS)

  • Page 230

    Use tyres of the correct size as ABS and TCS to help control side slip speci ed for your Mazda on all when driving on slippery surfaces, or four wheels. during sudden or evasive manoeuvring, Use tyres of the same enhancing vehicle safety.

  • Page 231

    If the DSC OFF switch is pressed your vehicle to an expert repairer, we and held for 10 seconds or more, recommend an Authorised Mazda the DSC OFF switch malfunction Repairer. The DSC may have a detection function operates and the malfunction.

  • Page 232

    When Driving i-ELOOP i-ELOOP i-ELOOP is a regenerative braking system. When you depress the brake pedal or use engine braking, the kinetic energy that occurs is converted to electrical energy by the power generator and the converted electrical energy is stored in the rechargeable battery (capacitor and battery).

  • Page 233

    A difference in the fuel economy may occur depending on how the vehicle's electrical devices are used. If the capacitor is to be disposed of, always consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. For details, go to the following URL. http://mazda.com/recycle/capa/...

  • Page 234

    When Driving i-ELOOP i-ELOOP Indicator Light/Control Status Display The driver is noti ed of the i-ELOOP power generating status and the vehicle conditions by the i-ELOOP indicator light (green) and the control status display. i-ELOOP indicator light (green) (vehicles with Type B instrument cluster) The light turns on during power generation.

  • Page 235

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

  • Page 236

    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 237

    When Driving Fuel Economy Monitor Indication on display Control status Displays the status of the electricity stored in the rechargeable battery and being supplied to the electrical devices (whole vehicle in display is illuminated simultaneously). Displays the accumulated fuel economy. Displays the readiness status as to whether operation of the i-stop function is available.

  • Page 238

    When Driving Fuel Economy Monitor Effectiveness Display (With i-stop Function) The actual performance of the energy ef ciency is displayed. Indication on display Control status The leaf graphic grows according to the amount of emissions reduced by the system effects. The cumulative total amount of leaf growth is indicated in terms of the number of tree graphics.

  • Page 239

    It may cause tyre 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: ABS/TCS/DSC is operating Cruise control is operating.

  • Page 240

    When Driving Drive Selection Drive Selection Switch Select Mode Indication Press the drive selection switch forward When the sport mode is selected, the select (“ ”) to select the sport mode. mode indication turns on in the instrument Pull the drive selection switch back cluster.

  • Page 241: Power Steering

    If the steering feels stiffer than usual during normal driving or the steering vibrates, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. The warning light noti es the driver of system abnormalities and operation conditions.

  • Page 242

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE i-ACTIVSENSE i-ACTIVSENSE is a collective term covering a series of advanced safety and driver support systems which make use of a Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) and radar sensors. Because each system has its limitations, always drive carefully and do not rely solely on the systems.

  • Page 243

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Radar sensors (rear) The radar sensors (rear) function by detecting the radio waves re ected off a vehicle approaching from the rear or an obstruction sent from the radar sensors. The following systems also use the radar sensors (rear). Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) System Rear Cross Traf c Alert (RCTA) The radar sensors (rear) are installed inside the rear bumper, one each on the left and right...

  • Page 244

    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 245

    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 4-42 .

  • Page 246

    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 traf c conditions.

  • Page 247

    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 automatically between high and low Shift the lever to the low beam position. beams after the ignition is switched ON The High Beam Control System (HBC) and the headlight switch is in the AUTO indicator light (green) turns off.

  • Page 248

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) The LDWS system noti es the driver that the vehicle may be deviating from its lane. The system detects the white or yellow lines on the traf c lane using the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) and if it determines that the vehicle may be deviating from its lane, it noti es the driver by ashing the LDWS warning light and activating the LDWS warning beep, and by the multi-information display (vehicles with multi-information display).

  • Page 249

    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 traf c lane, the LDWS operates (warning sound and indicator light).

  • Page 250

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE 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 instrument panel is re ected in the windscreen and picked up by the camera.

  • Page 251

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE When the System Operates NOTE 1. The system goes on operation standby The LDWS does not operate until the when the LDWS switch is pressed and system detects a white or yellow line the LDWS OFF indicator light in the on either the left or right.

  • Page 252

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Auto cancel warning Cancelling the System When the following operations are Press the LDWS OFF switch to cancel the performed, the LDWS determines that LDWS. The LDWS OFF indicator light the driver intends to make a lane change turns on.

  • Page 253

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

  • Page 254

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) System The Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) 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 255

    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 Authorised Mazda Dealer as soon as possible.

  • Page 256

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE 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.

  • Page 257

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

  • Page 258

    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 direction indicator 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 ashes.

  • Page 259

    Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross conditions. Have your vehicle inspected Traf c Alert (RCTA) systems become at an Authorised Mazda Dealer. operable and the BSM OFF Indicator The light does not turn on when the Light turns off.

  • Page 260

    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 Traf c Alert (RCTA) systems are operational, the Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Traf c Alert (RCTA) systems remain...

  • Page 261

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Rear Cross Traf c Alert (RCTA) The Rear Cross Traf 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 262

    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 Authorised Mazda Dealer as soon as possible.

  • Page 263

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE Under the following conditions, the radar sensors (rear) cannot detect target objects or it may be dif cult to detect them. The vehicle speed when reversing is about 10 km/h (6.3 mph) or faster. The radar sensor (rear) detection area is obstructed by a nearby wall or parked vehicle.

  • Page 264

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Adjustable Speed Limiter The adjustable speed limiter is a function to prevent the vehicle from being driven at a vehicle speed faster than a set speed. The vehicle speed is controlled to kept it below the set speed even if the accelerator pedal is depressed.

  • Page 265

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Adjustable Speed Limiter Display The setting status of the adjustable speed limiter is displayed in the display in the instrument cluster. Stand-by display Displays when the speed limiter switch is operated and the system is turned on. Turns off when the system is turned off.

  • Page 266

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE Adjustable Speed Limiter Main Indication (White)/Adjustable Speed Limiter Set Indication (Green), Adjustable Speed Limiter Main Indicator Light (Amber)/Adjustable Speed Limiter Set Indicator Light (Green) Type A instrument cluster (Adjustable speed limiter main indication (white)) The indication display in white when the MODE switch is pressed and the adjustable speed limiter is activated.

  • Page 267

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE CAUTION If the set speed is set lower than the current vehicle speed by pressing the SET RESUME/ switch, the warning beep is not activated for about 30 seconds even if the vehicle speed is faster than the newly set speed by 3 km/h (2 mph). Be careful not to drive over the set speed.

  • Page 268

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE (Type B Instrument Cluster) Press the MODE switch to operate the system. The adjustable speed limiter screen is displayed, and the adjustable speed limiter main indicator light (amber) turns on. NOTE When the cruise control is operating after pressing the MODE switch, press the mode switch again to switch to the adjustable speed limiter.

  • Page 269

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE When a cruising speed has not been set (adjustable speed limiter main indicator light (amber) turns on) Press the OFF/CANCEL switch. The adjustable speed limiter screen is no longer displayed and the adjustable speed limiter main indicator light (amber) turns off. NOTE When the MODE switch is pressed during adjustable speed limiter operation, the system switches to the cruise control.

  • Page 270

    When Driving i-ACTIVSENSE NOTE When the vehicle set speed is displayed in the instrument cluster, press the RESUME/ switch to set the displayed vehicle speed. The system is temporarily cancelled when the vehicle is accelerated by depressing the accelerator pedal strongly, however, it resumes when the vehicle speed decreases to the set speed or less.

  • Page 271

    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) Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) The Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) determines the conditions ahead of the vehicle while travelling at night and detects traf c lanes.

  • Page 272

    Always keep the windscreen glass around the camera clean by removing dirt or fogging. Use the windscreen defroster to remove fogging on the windscreen. Consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer regarding cleaning the interior side of the windscreen around the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC).

  • Page 273

    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 274

    Refer to Exterior Care on page 6-53 . 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 expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. 4–132 *Some models.

  • Page 275

    For repairs or replacement of the radar sensors (rear), or bumper repairs, paintwork, and replacement near the radar sensors, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. 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 276: 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 277

    When Driving Cruise Control Cruise Main Indication (White)/ Activation/Deactivation Cruise Set Indication (Green), Cruise Main Indicator Light WARNING (Amber)/Cruise Set Indicator Light (Green) Always turn off the cruise control system when it is not in use: Leaving the cruise control system in an activation-ready state while the cruise control is not in use is dangerous as the cruise control could unexpectedly...

  • Page 278

    When Driving Cruise Control Without adjustable speed limiter 3. Set the cruise control by pressing the SET/ switch at the desired speed. The To activate the system, press the ON cruise control is set at the moment the switch. The cruise main indicator light SET/ switch is pressed.

  • Page 279

    When Driving Cruise Control The vehicle speed preset using the cruise To increase speed using accelerator control is displayed in the instrument pedal cluster. Depress the accelerator pedal to accelerate to the desired speed. Press the SET/ Type A Instrument Cluster switch and release it immediately.

  • Page 280

    When Driving Cruise Control To Resume Cruising Speed at NOTE More Than 25 km/h (16 mph) If any of the following conditions If some other method besides the OFF/ occur, the cruise control system is CANCEL switch was used to cancel temporarily cancelled.

  • Page 281

    When Driving Cruise Control To Deactivate When a cruising speed has been set (cruise set indicator light/cruise set indication(green) turns on) Long-press the OFF/CANCEL switch or press the OFF/CANCEL switch 2 times. When a cruising speed has not been set (cruise main indicator light (amber)/ cruise main indication (white)turns on) Press the OFF/CANCEL switch.

  • Page 282: Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

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

  • Page 283

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

  • Page 284

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

  • Page 285

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

  • Page 286

    When Driving Tyre Pressure Monitoring System Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (Vehicle with Run- at Tyres) The Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) monitors the pressure for each tyre. If tyre pressure is too low in one or more tyres, the system will inform the driver via the warning light in the instrument cluster and by the warning beep sound.

  • Page 287

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

  • Page 288

    Tyres and Wheels When the TPMS warning light ashes, there may be a system malfunction. CAUTION Consult an Authorised Mazda Dealer. A system error activation may occur in the When inspecting or adjusting the tyre air following cases: pressures, do not apply excessive force When there is equipment or a device to the stem part of the wheel unit.

  • Page 289

    When replacing/repairing the tyres or wheels or both, have the work done by an Authorised Mazda Dealer, or the tyre pressure sensors may be damaged. The wheels equipped on your Mazda are specially designed for installation of the tyre pressure sensors.

  • Page 290: Parking Sensor System

    When Driving Parking Sensor System Parking Sensor System The parking sensor system uses ultrasonic sensors to detect obstructions around the vehicle while parking the vehicle in a garage or during parallel parking when the shift lever (manual transmission)/selector lever (automatic transmission) is in reverse (R). The system is equipped with an assist device to notify the driver of the approximate distance from the vehicle to the surrounding obstruction using a beep sound.

  • Page 291

    Small, short objects Always have the system inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer if any shock is applied to the bumpers, even in a minor accident. If the sensors are deviated, they cannot detect obstructions.

  • Page 292

    When Driving Parking Sensor System Sensor Detection Range The sensors detect obstructions within the following range. Rear corner sensor detection range A: About 50 cm (About 19 in) B: About 150 cm (About 59.0 in) Rear sensor detection range Park Assist Sensor System Operation When the ignition is switched ON and the shift lever (manual transmission)/selector lever (automatic transmission) is shifted to the reverse (R), the beep sound activates and the system is enabled for use.

  • Page 293

    When Driving Parking Sensor System Distance detection area Distance between vehicle and obstruction Beeper sound Within approx. 35 cm (13 in) Close distance Continuous sound *1 The rate at which the intermittent sound beeps increases as the vehicle approaches the obstruction. Rear Corner Sensor Distance detection area Distance between vehicle and obstruction...

  • Page 294

    The system may have a malfunction. Have the vehicle inspected at an expert The beep sound is not heard. repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. When the engine switch is turned ON or if the parking Remove any foreign material from the sensor area.

  • Page 295: Interior Features

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

  • Page 296

    For details, consult an expert repairer, operating. we recommend an Authorised Mazda Clear all obstructions such as leaves, Repairer. snow and ice from the bonnet and the air inlet in the cowl grille to improve the Label system ef ciency.

  • Page 297

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning System Air ow direction adjustment Vent Operation Adjusting the Vents Directing air ow To adjust the direction of air ow, move the adjustment knob. Knob NOTE When using the air conditioner under Centre vents (passenger) humid ambient temperature conditions, Air vent open/close the system may blow fog from the vents.

  • Page 298

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning System Selecting the Air ow Mode Instrument panel Vents Defroster and Floor Vents Defroster Vents Instrument panel and Floor Vents Floor Vents 5–4...

  • Page 299

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning System Manual 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 5–5...

  • Page 300

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning System A/C switch Control Switches 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 in any position except OFF. clockwise for hot and anticlockwise for cold.

  • Page 301

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning System NOTE WARNING If the windscreen fogs up easily, set Do not use the position in cold or the mode selector dial to the rainy weather: position. Using the position in cold or rainy If cooler air is desired at face level, weather is dangerous as it will cause set the mode selector dial at the the windows to fog up.

  • Page 302

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

  • Page 303

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning System Dehumidifying (With air NOTE conditioner) For maximum defrosting, turn on the Operate the air conditioner in cool or cold air conditioner, set the temperature weather to help defog the windscreen and control dial to the extreme hot side windows.

  • Page 304

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning 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 5–10...

  • Page 305

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning System Control Switches NOTE Temperature control dial With the air ow mode set to the position and the temperature control This dial controls temperature. Turn it dial set at a medium temperature, clockwise for hot and anticlockwise for heated air is directed to the feet and cold.

  • Page 306

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning System Air intake selector Operation of Automatic Air- conditioning Outside or recirculated air positions can be selected. Press the switch to select outside/ 1. Set the mode selector dial to the AUTO recirculated air positions. position. 2. Set the air intake selector to the outside Recirculated air position (indicator light air position (indicator light turned off).

  • Page 307

    Interior Features Air-Conditioning System Windscreen Defrosting and Sunlight/Temperature Sensor Defogging Sunlight sensor Set the mode selector dial to the position and turn the fan control dial to the Do not place objects on the sunlight desired speed. sensor. Otherwise, the interior temperature In this position, the outside air position may not adjust correctly.

  • Page 308

    Interior Features Audio System Aerial Operating Tips for Audio System To remove the aerial, turn it anticlockwise. To install the aerial, turn it clockwise. Make sure the aerial is securely installed. WARNING Install Always adjust the audio while the Remove vehicle is stopped: Do not adjust the audio control switches while driving the vehicle.

  • Page 309

    Interior Features Audio System Radio Reception NOTE AM characteristics To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the audio AM signals bend around such things as system on for a long period of time buildings or mountains and bounce off the when the engine is not running.

  • Page 310

    Interior Features Audio System Signals from an FM transmitter are similar Flutter/Skip noise to beams of light because they do not Signals from an FM transmitter move in bend around corners, but they do re ect. straight lines and become weak in valleys Unlike AM signals, FM signals cannot between tall buildings, mountains, and travel beyond the horizon.

  • Page 311

    Interior Features Audio System Strong signal noise Operating Tips for CD Player This occurs very close to a transmitter Condensation phenomenon tower. The broadcast signals are extremely strong, so the result is noise and sound Immediately after turning on the heater breakup at the radio receiver.

  • Page 312

    Interior Features Audio System If the memory portion of the CD is CDs bearing the logo shown in the transparent or translucent, do not use the illustration can be played. No other discs disc. can be played. Transparent A new CD may have rough edges on its inner and outer perimeters.

  • Page 313

    Interior Features Audio System The CD player ejects the CD if the CD Operating Tips for MP3 is inserted upside down. Also dirty and/ MP3 stands for MPEG Audio Layer 3, or defective CDs may be ejected. which is standardised voice compression Do not insert cleaning discs in the CD established by the ISO working group...

  • Page 314

    Interior Features Audio System This audio system handles MP3 les Operating Tips for AAC that have been recorded on CD-R/CD- AAC stands for Advanced Audio Coding, RW/CD-ROMs. which is standardised voice compression When naming an MP3 le, be sure to established by the ISO working group add an MP3 le extension (.mp3) after...

  • Page 315

    Interior Features Audio System A new DVD may have rough edges on Operating Tips for DVD Player its inner and outer perimeters. If a disc with rough edges is used, proper setting Condensation phenomenon will not be possible and the DVD player Immediately after turning on the heater will not play the DVD.

  • Page 316

    Interior Features Audio System Be sure never to touch the signal surface This unit may not be able to play certain when handling the DVDs. Pick up a DVD-R/DVD R/DVD-RW/DVD DVD by grasping the outer edge or the RWs made using a computer or DVD edge of the hole and the outer edge.

  • Page 317

    Interior Features Audio System Mark indicating on disc NOTE Marks indicated on discs or packages are Video data (DVD-Video/DVD-VR as follows: les) written to DVD/DVD-R/DVD R/DVD-RW/DVD RW can be played. Mark Meaning This unit is compatible for playback Indicates a colour TV of dual-layer DVD/DVD-R.

  • Page 318

    Interior Features Audio System Glossary Region code DVD players and discs are assigned codes DVD-Video for each market region and only discs manufactured for that speci c region can DVD-Video is a video image storing be played. standard determined by the DVD forum. A disc cannot be played if the region code “MPEG2”, a global standard in digital assigned to the player is not indicated on...

  • Page 319

    Interior Features Audio System Operating Tips for USB device NOTE This unit plays audio les as follows: Playback may not be possible depending on the type and condition Extension Playback with this unit of the USB ash memory even if the .mp3 audio le complies with the standard.

  • Page 320

    If data in the iPod is lost while it is connected to the unit, Mazda cannot guarantee recovery of any lost data. If the iPod battery is deteriorated, the...

  • Page 321

    MEMO 5–27...

  • Page 322

    Interior Features Audio System Audio Set [Type A (non-touchscreen)] Power/Volume/Sound Controls ................page 5-30 Clock ........................page 5-32 Operating the Radio ....................page 5-34 Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player............. page 5-38 How to use Auxiliary jack/USB port ..............page 5-41 Error Indications ....................

  • Page 323

    MEMO 5–29...

  • Page 324

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

  • Page 325

    Interior Features Audio System 12Hr 24Hr NOTE (12 Hr/24 Hr time adjustment) If not operated for several seconds, the Rotating the audio control dial switches display returns to the previous display. the display between 12 and 24-hour clock To reset bass, treble, fade, and balance, time (page 5-32 ).

  • Page 326

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

  • Page 327

    MEMO 5–33...

  • Page 328

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Radio Audio display Channel preset buttons Tuning button Scan button Programme-type information button Band selector button Traffic announcement button Radio ON Tuning Press a band selector button ( ) to The radio has the following tuning turn the radio on.

  • Page 329

    Interior Features Audio System Scan tuning Radio Data System (RDS) Press and hold the scan button ( ) to NOTE automatically sample strong stations. Scanning stops at each station for about 5 The radio data system (RDS) does seconds. To hold a station, press and hold not function if it is out of the system's the scan button ( ) again during this...

  • Page 330

    Interior Features Audio System Programme-type information (PTY) (To store programme types in the channel preset buttons:) Some FM stations transmit programme- type codes. This code enables alternative 1. Press the Programme-type information stations transmitting the same programme- button ( , ) when the programme- type code to be found quickly.

  • Page 331

    MEMO 5–37...

  • Page 332

    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 Media/Scan button Track up/ Fast-forward button CD slot CD eject button Inserting the CD Type Playable data...

  • Page 333

    Interior Features Audio System Playback Music scan Press the media button ( ) to switch During music CD playback to CD mode and start playback. This function scans the titles on a CD and NOTE plays 10 seconds of each song to aid you in nding a song you want to listen to.

  • Page 334

    Interior Features Audio System During MP3/WMA/AAC CD playback During MP3/WMA/AAC CD playback (Track repeat) (Folder random) 1. Press the repeat button ( 1 ) during 1. Press the random button ( 2 ) during playback to play the current track playback to play the tracks in the folder repeatedly.

  • Page 335

    Contact an expert repairer, we recommend been recorded to the CD. an Authorised Mazda Repairer for details. This unit cannot display some In addition, audio can be played from the characters. Characters which cannot...

  • Page 336

    Error Indications If you see an error indication on the audio display, nd the cause in the chart. If you cannot clear the error indication, take the vehicle to an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Indication Cause Solution Insert the CD properly.

  • Page 337

    MEMO 5–43...

  • Page 338

    Interior Features Audio System Audio Set [Type B/Type C (touchscreen)] 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 339

    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 340

    Interior Features Audio System 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. Otherwise, the screen could be damaged. NOTE For safety reasons, operation of the centre display is disabled while the vehicle is being driven.

  • Page 341

    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 342

    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 veri ed. Depending on the grade and speci cation, the screen display may differ. Entertainment Operates audio such as the radio and CDs.

  • Page 343

    MEMO 5–49...

  • Page 344

    Interior Features Audio System Volume/Display/Sound Controls Commander switch Audio control switch Volume switch Volume dial Volume adjustment Daytime/nighttime (Mode) 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 345

    Interior Features Audio System Audio sound adjustment ALC (Automatic volume adjustment) The automatic level control (ALC) is a Select the icon on the home screen to feature that automatically adjusts audio display the Settings screen. volume and sound quality according to Select the tab to select the item you the vehicle speed.

  • Page 346

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Radio (Type B) Radio ON Select the icon on the home screen to display the Entertainment screen. When selecting the desired radio, the following icons are indicated in the lower part of the centre display. AM/FM Radio Icon Function...

  • Page 347

    Interior Features Audio System Favourites Radio Selecting radio station from Favourites Selected stations can be registered for 1. Select the icon to display the convenient operation. Up to 50 stations Favourites list. can be registered. The Favourites list is 2. Select the radio frequency to tune in the common to AM and FM radio.

  • Page 348

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Radio (Type C) Radio ON Select the icon on the home screen to display the Entertainment screen. When selecting the desired radio, the following icons are indicated in the lower part of the centre display. AM/FM Radio Icon Function...

  • Page 349

    Interior Features Audio System Deleting from Favourites NOTE 1. Select the icon to display the When the icon is selected while Favourites list. 2. Select FM is selected, each programme is selected. 3. Select 4. Select the radio frequency you want to delete.

  • Page 350

    Interior Features Audio System Traf c announcement (TA) NOTE Select during FM/AM reception to It may take longer to display the switch to the TA mode. station list depending on the reception If a TA broadcast is received while in the conditions.

  • Page 351

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) Radio (Type C) What is DAB radio? DAB radio is a digital broadcasting system for radio. DAB radio provides a high-quality radio sound source using an auto frequency switching function in boundary areas. By displaying the radio text, information such as the song name and artist name can be displayed.

  • Page 352

    Interior Features Audio System Radio ON 1. Select on the home screen to display the Entertainment screen. 2. Select , the following icons are displayed at the bottom of the screen. Icon Function Displays the Entertainment menu. Use to switch to a different audio source. Displays the station list (ensemble and station).

  • Page 353

    Interior Features Audio System Example of use (Update station list and DAB radio setting listen to DAB radio) 1. Select the icon while using DAB 1. Select the icon and display the radio. following screen. 2. Select the desired item and perform the setting.

  • Page 354

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player CD slot CD eject button Inserting the CD Type Playable data Music/MP3/WMA/ Music data (CD-DA) Insert the CD into the slot, label-side up. AAC CD player MP3/WMA/AAC le The auto-loading mechanism will set the CD and begin play.

  • Page 355

    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 centre 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 356

    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 357

    MEMO 5–63...

  • Page 358

    Interior Features Audio System Operating the Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) Player (Type B) DVD slot DVD eject button Ejecting the DVD Type Playable data DVD VIDEO/DVD- DVD VIDEO/DVD-VR Press the DVD eject button ( ) to eject the VR player DVD.

  • Page 359

    Interior Features Audio System Playback Select the icon on the home screen with a DVD inserted and display the Entertainment screen. When is selected, the DVD top menu screen and the controller are displayed. When starting the playback by operating the controller, the following icons are displayed at the bottom of the screen.

  • Page 360

    Interior Features Audio System Setting image quality NOTE Brightness, contrast, tint, colour density For safety reasons, images are not can be adjusted. displayed while the vehicle is being When the icon is selected, the following driven. tabs are displayed at the bottom of the screen.

  • Page 361

    Interior Features Audio System Settings NOTE Depending on the grade and speci cation, the screen display may differ. Select the icon on the home screen to 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 362

    2. Voice recognition assistance for Play Artist Music Database Update System and Play Album Gracenote can be downloaded from the Mazda Handsfree Website. Refer to Gracenote Database (Type B/Type C) on page 5-87 . Memory and settings are initialized to the factory settings.

  • Page 363

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

  • Page 364

    Interior Features Audio System DAB radio (Type C) Adjusting the Volume Press the Seek switch ( , ) while To increase the volume, press up the listening to DAB radio to call up a station volume switch ( ). previously stored to the favourites list. To decrease the volume, press down the With each operation of the switch, radio volume switch ( ).

  • Page 365

    If the ignition is switched off with the Contact an expert repairer, we recommend audio muted, the mute will be cancelled. an Authorised Mazda Repairer for details. Therefore, when the engine is restarted, In addition, audio can be played from the the audio is not muted.

  • Page 366

    Interior Features Audio System Type B/Type C CAUTION Auxiliary jack Depending on the portable audio device, noise may occur when the device is connected to the vehicle accessory socket. (If noise occurs, do not use the accessory socket.) NOTE USB port This mode may not be usable How to use AUX mode depending on the portable audio...

  • Page 367

    Interior Features Audio System How to connect USB port/ WARNING Auxiliary jack Type A Do not allow the connection plug cord to get tangled with the parking brake or the shift lever (manual transmission)/ USB port Auxiliary jack selector lever (automatic transmission): Allowing the plug cord to become tangled with the parking brake or the shift lever (manual transmission)/...

  • Page 368

    Interior Features Audio System How to use AUX mode (Type A) 1. Switch the ignition to ACC or ON. 2. Press the power/volume dial to turn the audio system on. 3. Press the media button ( ) of the audio unit to change to the AUX mode. NOTE When the device is not connected to the auxiliary jack, the mode does not...

  • Page 369

    MEMO 5–75...

  • Page 370

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

  • Page 371

    Interior Features Audio System Track search Repeat playback Press the track up button ( ) once to skip Track repeat 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 372

    USB device has Folder number/File number MP3/WMA/AAC les and re-connect correctly. If the message reappears, have File name the unit checked by an Authorised Mazda Folder name Repairer. Album name Song name Artist name NOTE...

  • Page 373

    MEMO 5–79...

  • Page 374

    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 List up button Track down/Reverse button Track up/Fast-forward button List down button Media/Scan button An iPod may not be compatible depending Pause on the model or OS version.

  • Page 375

    Interior Features Audio System Category search Repeat playback Press the category down button ( 5 ) to 1. Press the repeat button ( 1 ) during select the previous category and press the playback to play the current track category up button ( 6 ) to select the next repeatedly.

  • Page 376

    Artist name display, nd the cause in the chart. If you cannot clear the error indication, Album name take the vehicle to an expert repairer, Song name we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. NOTE Indication Cause Solution The information (artist name, music...

  • Page 377

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

  • Page 378

    Interior Features Audio System How to use USB mode (Type B/Type C) Type Playable data USB mode MP3/WMA/AAC/OGG le This unit does not support a USB 3.0 device. In addition, other devices may not be supported depending on the model or OS version. USB devices formatted to FAT32 are supported (USB devices formatted to other formats such as NTFS are not supported).

  • Page 379: Category List

    Interior Features Audio System Icon Function Advances to the beginning of the next song. Long-press to fast forward. Displays sound settings to adjust audio quality level. Refer to Volume/Display/Sound Controls on page 5-50 . NOTE If a le name in the USB memory is too long, it could cause operation problems such as not being able to playback the song.

  • Page 380

    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 381

    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 382

    Interior Features Audio System You agree that you will use Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and Gracenote Servers for your own personal non-commercial use only. You agree not to assign, copy, transfer or transmit the Gracenote Software or any Gracenote Data to any third party. YOU AGREE NOT TO USE OR EXPLOIT GRACENOTE DATA, THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE, OR GRACENOTE SERVERS, EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PERMITTED HEREIN.

  • Page 383

    4. Select . The list of the update package stored in the USB device and the version are displayed. 5. Select the package to use the update. 6. Select NOTE Gracenote can be downloaded from the Mazda Hands-free Website. 5–89...

  • Page 384

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ®* Bluetooth ® Bluetooth Hands-Free outline ® ® When a Bluetooth device (mobile phone) is connected to the vehicle's Bluetooth unit via radio wave transmission, a call can be made or received by pressing the talk button, pick- up button, or hang-up button on the audio remote control switch, or by operating the centre display.

  • Page 385

    ® Bluetooth CAUTION ® Some Bluetooth mobile devices are not compatible with the vehicle. Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer, Mazda's call centre or Web support centre for information ® regarding Bluetooth mobile device compatibility: Phone: (Germany) 0800 4263 738 (8:00—18:00 Central European Time) (Except Germany) 00800 4263 7383 (8:00—18:00 Central European Time)

  • Page 386

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Microphone (hands-free) The microphone is used for speaking voice commands or when making a Hands-free call. Talk button, Pick-Up button and Hang-Up button (hands-free) ® The basic functions of Bluetooth Hands-Free can be used for such things as making calls or hanging up using the talk, pick-up and hang-up buttons on the steering wheel.

  • Page 387

    (Peripheral device). ® The Bluetooth system may not 7. Select “Mazda” from the device list operate for 1 or 2 minutes after the searched by the device. ignition is switched to ACC or ON. ® 8. (Device with Bluetooth version 2.0)

  • Page 388

    Connects both devices as hands-free mobile phone device, rst clear ® and Bluetooth audio. ® “Mazda” displayed on the Bluetooth selection setting screen of the mobile device. Connects as a hands-free device. When the OS of the device is updated, selection the pairing information may be deleted.

  • Page 389

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Disconnecting a device Changing PIN code 1. Select the icon on the home screen PIN code (4 digits) can be changed. to display the Settings screen. 1. Select the icon on the home screen 2. Select the tab.

  • Page 390

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Troubleshooting for Voice Recognition Dialects or different wording other than hands-free prompts cannot be If you do not understand an operation recognised by voice recognition. Speak method while in the voice recognition in the wording speci ed by the voice mode, say “Tutorial”...

  • Page 391: Voice Command

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Audio Operation Using Voice Recognition Voice command When the talk button is pressed and the following command is spoken, the audio or navigation can be operated. The commands in the () can be omitted. The speci ed name and number are put into the {}.

  • Page 392

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Entertainment (audio) related command Corresponding audio Voice command Function source (Go to/Play) AM (Radio) Switches the audio source to AM radio. (Go to/Play) FM (Radio) Switches the audio source to FM radio. (Go to/Play) DAB (Radio) Switches the audio source to DAB radio.

  • Page 393

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth (Automatic downloading) ® Bluetooth Hands-Free The “Auto Download Contacts” setting must be on. When hands-free is Making a Call connected to the device, the phonebook is downloaded automatically. Phonebook Usage Refer to Communication Settings on page Telephone calls can be made by saying 5-107 .

  • Page 394

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Favourites Contacts Calling a favourite A maximum of 50 contacts can be 1. Select the icon on the home screen registered. It will take less time to make a to display the Communication screen. call after registering the telephone number. 2.

  • Page 395

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Changing contact name of your Numeral or symbol entry favourites Use the dial pad. 1. Select the icon on the home screen Long-press the to input +. to display the Communication screen. Select to delete the currently input 2.

  • Page 396: Receiving An Incoming Call

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Receiving an Incoming Call When an incoming call is received, the incoming call noti cation screen is displayed. The “Incoming Call Noti cations” setting must be on. Refer to Communication Settings on page 5-107 . To accept the call, press the pick-up button on the audio control switch or select the screen.

  • Page 397

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

  • Page 398

    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 399

    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 400

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

  • Page 401

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Communication Settings Select the icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen. Select to change the setting. Item Setting Function ® Go to Bluetooth setting menu. ® Bluetooth — ® Refer to Bluetooth Preparation on page 5-93 . Incoming Call On/Off Noti es when an incoming call is received.

  • Page 402

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ® Bluetooth Audio AVRCP Function A2DP Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.3 Ver. 1.4 ® Applicable Bluetooth speci cation Playback (Recommended) Pause Ver. 1.1/1.2/2.0 EDR/2.1 EDR/3.0 File (Track) (conformity) — up/down Response pro le Reverse — — A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Fast- —...

  • Page 403

    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 404

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Playback ® To listen to a Bluetooth audio device over the vehicle's speaker system, switch the mode to ® ® Bluetooth audio mode. (Refer to “Switching to Bluetooth audio mode”) ® After switching to the Bluetooth audio mode, the following icons are displayed in the lower part of the display.

  • Page 405

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ® Bluetooth Audio Device Information Display ® If a Bluetooth audio device is connected, the following information is displayed in the centre display. AVRCP AVRCP AVRCP Ver. lower Ver. 1.4 or Ver. 1.3 than 1.3 higher Device name Remaining battery...

  • Page 406

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ™ How to Use Aha ™ What is 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 407

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Playback Select the icon on the home screen to display the Entertainment screen. When selected, the following icons are displayed at the bottom of the centre display. The displayed icon differs depending on the selected station. In addition, icons other than the following icons may be displayed.

  • Page 408: Main Menu

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Icon Function Fast-forwards for 30 seconds. Displays sound settings to adjust audio quality level. Refer to Volume/Display/Sound Controls on page 5-50 . *2 Some stations may use alternate variations of Like and Dislike, based on station type or provider. Main menu Select the icon.

  • Page 409

    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 410

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth ™ How to Use Stitcher Radio ™ What is Stitcher Radio? ™*1 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 favourites, or by pressing the Like or Dislike button.

  • Page 411

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Icon Function Reverses for 30 seconds. Plays the station. Select it again to pause playback. Goes to the next station. Displays sound settings to adjust audio quality level. Refer to Volume/Display/Sound Controls on page 5-50 . Station list 1.

  • Page 412

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

  • Page 413

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

  • Page 414

    Bluetooth unit. 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 415

    There is a malfunction in the Poor voice recognition occurred. Consult an expert repairer, microphone. we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. If there is any malfunction after There is a problem with the Phone-related voice recognition is checking the pairing situation, check ®...

  • Page 416

    Interior Features ® Bluetooth Other problems Symptom Cause Solution method The indication for the remaining The indication method is different battery is different between the — between the vehicle and the device. vehicle and the device When a call is made from the If the number has been registered vehicle, the telephone number is into the phonebook, the incoming/...

  • Page 417: Interior Equipment

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Sunvisors Interior Lights When you need a sunvisor, lower it for use NOTE in front. Do not leave the lights on for long periods while the engine is turned off. Otherwise the battery power could be depleted.

  • Page 418

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Boot Light Illuminated Entry System The boot light is on when the lid is open When the illuminated entry system and off when it's closed. operates, the overhead lights turn on in the following conditions: The driver's door is unlocked after the ignition is switched OFF.

  • Page 419

    The accessory socket is located deep in the back of the footwell on the passenger side. To prevent accessory socket damage Only use genuine Mazda accessories or or electrical failure, pay attention to the equivalent requiring no greater than the following: 120 W (DC 12 V, 10 A).

  • Page 420

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Cup Holder WARNING 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. If the contents spill, you could be scalded. Do not put anything other than plastic bottles, cups or drink cans in cup holders: Putting objects other than plastic bottles, cups or drink cans in a cup holder is dangerous.

  • Page 421

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Right-hand drive model Rear cup holder Front cup holder Some models. Removing cup holders Use both hands when removing the cup holder. Left-hand drive model Right-hand drive model 5–127...

  • Page 422

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Installing cup holders CAUTION When installing a cup holder, insert it all the way into the installation hole and make sure that it is secured in place. Otherwise, the cup holder may fall off while the vehicle is being driven and cause the beverage to spill.

  • Page 423

    Interior Features Interior Equipment NOTE The front cup holder can be removed and installed to the rear console. Left-hand drive model Right-hand drive model 5–129...

  • Page 424

    Interior Features Interior Equipment NOTE The rear cup holder is designed for use on the rear console and cannot be installed to the front side. Left-hand drive model Right-hand drive model 5–130...

  • Page 425

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Console Box Storage Compartments To use, open the lid. WARNING 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 426

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Insert the auxiliary key and turn it To use the back trim storage box clockwise to lock, anticlockwise to unlock. 1. Slide the seat all the way forward and fold the seatback forward. Refer to Seat Operation on page Unlock 2-5 .

  • Page 427

    Interior Features Interior Equipment Removable Ashtray Windblocker The removable ashtray can be xed and This windblocker reduces rear wind blast used in either of the cup holders. into the cabin when driving with the convertible top down. (Soft top model) WARNING Windblocker Only use the removable ashtray in...

  • Page 428

    MEMO 5–134...

  • Page 429: Maintenance And Care

    Maintenance and Care How to keep your Mazda in top condition. Essential Information ................ 6-2 Introduction ................... 6-2 Scheduled Maintenance ..............6-3 Scheduled Maintenance ..............6-3 Maintenance Monitor ..............6-10 Owner Maintenance ................. 6-12 Owner Maintenance Precautions ..........6-12 Bonnet ..................6-14 Engine Compartment Overview ..........

  • Page 430: Essential Information

    If you are unsure about any procedure it describes, we strongly urge you to have a reliable and quali ed technician perform the work, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Authorised Mazda technicians and genuine Mazda parts are dedicated to your vehicle.

  • Page 431: Scheduled Maintenance

    The ignition and fuel systems are highly important to the emission control system and to ef cient engine operation. Do not tamper with them. All inspections and adjustments must be made by an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Europe Number of months or kilometres (miles), whichever comes rst.

  • Page 432

    *4 SKYACTIV-G 1.5 and SKYACTIV-G 2.0 vehicles can select exible setting only some countries in Europe. Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer for details. Flexible setting can be set if the vehicle is operated mainly where none of the following conditions apply.

  • Page 433

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance *5 If the vehicle is operated primarily under any of the following conditions, replace the engine oil and oil lter at every 10,000 km (6,250 miles) or shorter. a) Purpose of vehicle use is police car, taxi or driving school car. b) Driving in dusty conditions c) Extended periods of idling or low speed operation d) Driving for long period in cold temperatures or driving regularly at short distance only...

  • Page 434

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance Number of months or kilometres, whichever comes rst Maintenance Interval Months 96 108 120 132 144 ×1000 km 90 105 120 135 150 165 180 Steering operation and linkages Manual transmission oil Rear differential oil Front and rear suspension, ball joints and wheel bearing axial play Driveshaft dust boots...

  • Page 435

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance *6 If the brakes are used extensively (for example, continuous hard driving or mountain driving) or if the vehicle is operated in extremely humid climates, replace the brake uid annually. *7 If this component has been submerged in water, the oil should be replaced. *8 The Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) initialization must be performed so that the system operates normally (if equipped).

  • Page 436

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance Number of months or kilometres (miles), whichever comes rst. Months 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72 78 84 90 96 Maintenance Interval ×1000 km 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 ×1000 miles 6.25 12.5 18.75 25 31.25 37.5 43.75 50 56.25 62.5 68.75 75 81.25 87.5 93.75 100 Disc brakes Steering operation and linkages...

  • Page 437

    Maintenance and Care Scheduled Maintenance *3 If the vehicle is operated primarily under any of the following conditions, replace the engine oil and oil lter more often than the recommended intervals. a) Purpose of vehicle use is police car, taxi or driving school car. b) Driving in dusty conditions c) Extended periods of idling or low speed operation d) Driving for long period in cold temperatures or driving regularly at short distance only...

  • Page 438

    Maintenance Monitor Maintenance Monitor (Type A audio) “Oil Change” with exible setting is available. Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer for details . When the engine oil exible maintenance setting is selected, the wrench indicator light in the instrument cluster will be illuminated when remaining oil life becomes less than 1,000 km (600 mile), or remaining days are less than 15 (Whichever comes rst).

  • Page 439

    Once the system turns on, it needs to be reset whenever replacing the engine oil. *1 The engine oil exible maintenance setting is available (only some models). Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer for details. When the engine oil exible maintenance setting is selected, you will see the following items in the display. The vehicle calculates the remaining oil life based on the engine operating conditions and lets you know when an oil change is due by illuminating the wrench indicator light in the instrument cluster.

  • Page 440

    Improper do-it yourself maintenance during the warranty period may affect warranty coverage. For details, read the separate Mazda Warranty statement provided with the vehicle. If you are unsure about any servicing or maintenance procedure, have it done by an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer.

  • Page 441

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance WARNING Do not perform maintenance work if you lack suf cient knowledge and experience or the proper tools and equipment to do the work. Have maintenance work done by a quali 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 442

    Otherwise, it could deform the bonnet or cause injury. If the active bonnet has activated, always consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. 6–14...

  • Page 443

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 3. Grasp the support rod in the padded Closing the Bonnet area and secure it in the support rod 1. Check under the bonnet area to make hole indicated by the arrow to hold the certain all ller caps are in place and all bonnet open.

  • Page 444

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Engine Compartment Overview Brake/Clutch fluid reservoir Windscreen washer fluid reservoir Engine oil dipstick Engine oil-filler cap Cooling system cap Battery Fuse block Engine coolant reservoir 6–16...

  • Page 445

    Temperature Range SAE Viscosity Numbers –40 –30 –20 –10 Grade –40 –20 Recommended oils Mazda Original Oil Supra 0W-20 Mazda Original Oil Ultra 5W-30 Alternative Oil Quality 0W-20 API SL/SM/SN or ACEA A3/A5 5W-30 Except Europe Temperature Range SAE Viscosity Numbers –30 –20 –10...

  • Page 446

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Engine oil viscosity, or thickness, has an effect on fuel economy and cold-weather operation (starting and oil ow). Low-viscosity engine oils can provide improved fuel economy and cold-weather performance. When choosing an oil, consider the temperature range your vehicle will operate in before the next oil change.

  • Page 447

    This procedure is intended for vehicles with the engine oil exible maintenance setting selected. After replacing the engine oil, have a repair shop such as an Authorised Mazda Repairer 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 448

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Inspecting Engine Oil Level Engine Coolant 1. Be sure the vehicle is on a level surface. Inspecting Coolant Level 2. Warm up the engine to normal operating temperature. WARNING 3. Turn it off and wait at least 5 minutes for the oil to return to the sump.

  • Page 449

    Changing the coolant should be done Radiator coolant will damage paint. by an expert repairer, we recommend an Rinse it off quickly if spilled. Authorised Mazda Repairer. Use only soft (demineralised) water in the coolant mixture. Water that Inspect the antifreeze protection and...

  • Page 450

    If the coolant reservoir is empty or new Brake/Clutch Fluid coolant is required frequently, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Inspecting Brake/Clutch Fluid Authorised Mazda Repairer. Level WARNING If the brake/clutch uid level is low, have the brakes inspected: A low brake/clutch uid level is dangerous.

  • Page 451

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Left-hand drive model Window and Headlight Washer Fluid Inspecting Washer Fluid Level WARNING Use only windscreen washer uid or plain water in the reservoir: Using radiator antifreeze as washer uid is dangerous. If sprayed on the windscreen, it will dirty the windscreen, Right-hand drive model affect your visibility, and could result in...

  • Page 452

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Body Lubrication Wiper Blades All moving points of the body, such as door and bonnet hinges and locks, should CAUTION be lubricated each time the engine oil is changed. Use a nonfreezing lubricant on Hot waxes applied by automatic car locks during cold weather.

  • Page 453

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 3. Tilt the blade assembly and remove it Replacing Windscreen Wiper Blades from the arm. When the wipers no longer clean well, the blades are probably worn or cracked. Replace them. CAUTION To prevent damage to the wiper arms and other components, do not try to sweep the wiper arm by hand.

  • Page 454

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance (Type B) CAUTION 1. Raise the wiper arm and turn the blade assembly to expose the plastic locking Do not bend or discard the stiffeners. clip. You need to use them again. Compress the clip and slide the If the metal stiffeners are switched, assembly downward;...

  • Page 455

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 3. Remove the metal stiffeners from each NOTE blade rubber and install them in the new blade. Install the blade so that the tabs are toward the bottom of the wiper arm. CAUTION Do not bend or discard the stiffeners. You need to use them again.

  • Page 456

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Battery WARNING 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: Working without eye protection is dangerous. Battery uid contains SULPHURIC ACID which could cause blindness if splashed into your eyes.

  • Page 457

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance WARNING Keep all 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 458

    If the battery gradually discharges because of high electric load while the vehicle is being used, recharge it as required by battery size and charger capacity. Battery Replacement Upper level Contact an Authorised Mazda Repairer for a battery replacement purchase. Lower level 6–30...

  • Page 459

    Make sure the battery is installed Replacing the battery at an Authorised correctly. Battery leakage could Mazda Repairer is recommended to occur if it is not installed correctly. prevent damage to the key. If replacing the When replacing the battery, be battery by yourself, follow the instruction.

  • Page 460

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 2. Twist a tape-wrapped athead 5. Remove the battery cap, then remove screwdriver in the direction of the the battery. arrow and open the cover slightly. Cover 3. Insert the tape-wrapped athead screwdriver into the gap and slide it in 6.

  • Page 461

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Tyres CAUTION For reasons of proper performance, safety, and better fuel economy, always maintain Be careful not to allow the rubber recommended tyre in ation pressures and ring shown in the gure to be stay within the recommended load limits scratched or damaged.

  • Page 462

    Refer to Tyres on page 9-8 . sealing of the tyre bead, which will deform the wheel and cause Use only a Mazda-genuine tyre valve separation of tyre from rim. cap: Overin ation can produce a harsh...

  • Page 463

    Have an expert not from side to side. Tyre performance repairer, we recommend an Authorised will be reduced if rotated from side to Mazda Repairer perform tyre rotation. side. (With limited-slip differential) Do not use the following:...

  • Page 464

    For details, contact an expert Refer to Tyre Pressure Monitoring System repairer, we recommend an Initialization on page 4-143 . Authorised Mazda Repairer. Replacing a Wheel Proper tyre balancing provides the best WARNING riding comfort and helps reduce tread wear.

  • Page 465

    MEMO 6–37...

  • Page 466

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Light Bulbs 10 11 10 12 6–38...

  • Page 467

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Headlights (Low beam) Headlights (High beam) Running lights Position lights Front direction indicator lights Side direction indicator lights Brake lights Rear direction indicator lights Tail lights Reverse lights Rear fog light (Left-hand drive model) Rear fog light (Right-hand drive model) High-mount brake light Number plate lights Overhead light...

  • Page 468

    The LED bulb has to be replaced with the unit. We recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer when the replacement is 4. Turn the socket and bulb assembly necessary. anticlockwise and remove it.

  • Page 469

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 5. Disconnect the bulb from the socket. 4. Disconnect the connector from the unit by pressing the tab on the connector with your nger and pulling the connector rearward. 6. Install the new bulb in the reverse order of the removal procedure.

  • Page 470

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 3. Pull the centre of each plastic retainer Rear direction indicator lights and remove the retainers, and then 1. Make sure the ignition is switched off, partially peel back the mudguard. and the headlight switch is off. 2.

  • Page 471

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 4. Pull the centre of each plastic retainer 5. To provide a hole for inserting a nger and remove the retainers, and then to remove the rear combination lamp partially peel back the boot side trim. unit later in the procedure, pinch the top and bottom of the grommet shown in the gure and press it out of the hole...

  • Page 472

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 6. Apply protective tape as shown in the 7. Remove the screw and nut. gure. Otherwise, the rear combination lamp unit will contact the body and may scratch or damage it. Always apply three layers of protective tape to the area indicated in the gure.

  • Page 473

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance 9. After the hook is detached, pull out Reverse lights, Rear fog light the rear combination lamp unit in the 1. Make sure the ignition is switched off, direction of the arrow and remove it. and the headlight switch is off.

  • Page 474

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Number plate lights Replacing Interior Light Bulbs 1. Make sure the ignition is switched off, Overhead light and the headlight switch is off. 2. Remove the unit by pressing the tab on 1. Wrap a small athead screwdriver the unit with your nger and pulling the with a soft cloth to prevent damage to unit downward.

  • Page 475

    If a fuse has blown, the inside element will be melted. If the same fuse blows again, avoid using that system and consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. Fuse Replacement Replacing the fuses on the vehicle's left...

  • Page 476

    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 477

    3. Remove the cover while lifting it Do not replace the main fuse and and sliding it to the rear. multiplex slow blow fuse by yourself. Have an Authorised Mazda Repairer perform the replacement: Replacing these fuses by yourself is dangerous because they are high current fuses.

  • Page 478: Fuse Panel Description

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Fuse Panel Description Fuse block (Engine compartment) FUSE DESCRIPTION PROTECTED COMPONENT RATING ENG IG3 — ENG IG2 — HORN2 7.5 A Horn C/U IG1 15 A For protection of various circuits ENG IG1 7.5 A Engine control system —...

  • Page 479

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance FUSE DESCRIPTION PROTECTED COMPONENT RATING A/C MAG 7.5 A Air conditioner AT PUMP 20 A Transmission control system H/L HI 15 A Transmission control system D LOCK 25 A Power door locks H/L RH 20 A Headlight (RH) ENG B2 7.5 A...

  • Page 480

    Maintenance and Care Owner Maintenance Fuse block (Left side) FUSE DESCRIPTION PROTECTED COMPONENT RATING RHT R 30 A Retractable fastback (RH) RHT L 30 A Retractable fastback (LH) — — — — — — F.OUTLET 15 A Accessory sockets — —...

  • Page 481: Appearance Care

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

  • Page 482

    The rings can damage paint chipping. your vehicle's nish. Chipped paint can lead to rust forming on your Mazda. Before this Prevention happens, repair the damage by using It is necessary to wash and wax your Mazda touch-up paint according vehicle to preserve its nish according to to the instructions in this section.

  • Page 483

    If the windscreen above the rain To help protect the nish from rust sensor is touched or wiped with a and deterioration, wash your Mazda cloth. thoroughly and frequently, at least once a If the windscreen is struck with a month, with lukewarm or cold water.

  • Page 484

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care To minimize scratches on the vehicle's After washing the vehicle, dry it with a paint nish: clean chamois to prevent water spots from forming. Rinse off any dirt or other foreign matter using lukewarm or cold water before WARNING washing.

  • Page 485

    Use tar remover to remove road tar and stone chipping, damage during parking insects. Never do this with a knife or etc., by using Mazda touch-up paint before similar tool. rust begins to form. First, remove the dirt To prevent corrosion on bright- and grease with a clean soft cloth.

  • Page 486

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care Aluminium Wheel Maintenance Convertible Top (Soft Top) Maintenance A protective coating is provided over the aluminium wheels. Special care is needed The convertible top is made of a special to protect this coating. high-grade material, but if it's not taken good care of, hardening, staining, and loss of lustre will result.

  • Page 487

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care CAUTION CAUTION Automatic and high-pressure car Too much treatment on the washes are harmful to a convertible convertible top can be as top. Avoid them. damaging as too little. Follow the Do not spray water directly on the manufacturer's directions.

  • Page 488

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care Drain lter cleaning procedure 2. Remove the drain lter while pressing the tab. Drain filter 3. Remove leaves and other matter accumulated in the drain lter. 4. Reinstall the drain lter in the reverse order of the removal procedure. NOTE CAUTION If leaves or other matter block the drain...

  • Page 489

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care Waxing Convertible Top (Retractable Fastback) Maintenance Wax the retractable fastback when water no longer beads on the paint. Always wash Washing and dry it before waxing. To help protect the retractable fastback's nish, use a soft cloth or sponge to wash CAUTION Insects, tar, tree sap, bird droppings, Wiping off dust or dirt with a dry...

  • Page 490

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care 4. Switch the ignition OFF. NOTE WARNING If leaves or other foreign matter block the drainage outlets, water may enter the cabin. Clean the drainage outlets at least Verify that the ignition is switched off: once a year.

  • Page 491

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care 6. After cleaning is nished, continue Plastic Part Maintenance pressing the retractable fastback switch When cleaning the plastic lenses of in the close direction to close the rear the lights, do not use petrol, paraf n, roof.

  • Page 492

    Do not wipe the interior using abrasions, have it replaced by an alcohol, chlorine bleach, or organic Authorised Mazda Repairer: solvents such as thinner, benzene, If a seat belts is used under such a and petrol. Otherwise, it may cause condition, it cannot function at its full discolouration or stains.

  • Page 493

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care Vinyl Upholstery Maintenance NOTE Remove dust and dirt from the vinyl Because genuine leather is a natural upholstery using a brush or vacuum. material, its surface is not uniform Remove soiling from vinyl upholstery and it may have natural scars, using a leather and vinyl upholstery scratches, and wrinkles.

  • Page 494

    Maintenance and Care Appearance Care Plastic Part Maintenance Cleaning the Window Interiors If the windows become covered with an oily, greasy, or waxy lm, clean them with CAUTION glass cleaner. Follow the directions on the container. Do not use polishing agents. Depending on the product ingredients, CAUTION they could cause discolouration, stains,...

  • Page 495: 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 Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds ..........7-31 Parking in an Emergency ....7-2 Roadside Emergency Triangle If a Warning Light Turns On or Retaining Strap ......

  • Page 496: Parking In An Emergency

    If Trouble Arises Parking in an Emergency Parking in an Emergency Roadside Emergency Triangle Retaining Strap The hazard warning lights should always be used when you stop on or near a Keep the roadside emergency triangle in roadway in an emergency. the boot end trim and secure it with the strap.

  • Page 497: Flat Tyre

    Vehicle with Run- at Tyres Flat Tyre Either run- at tyres or conventional tyres WARNING are equipped on your Mazda depending on the speci cation, therefore the procedure for repairing a at tyre differs depending Have the tyres checked or perform the on the type of tyre.

  • Page 498

    The maximum driving distance may be shorter depending on the driving conditions. If a run- at tyre is punctured, carefully drive the vehicle to the nearest Mazda Repairer and have the tyre changed. NOTE A spare tyre or emergency at tyre repair kit is not equipped on vehicles with run- at tyres as standard.

  • Page 499

    Tool Storage NOTE Your vehicle may or may not be equipped with a spare tyre, jack, and wheel brace. For details, consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Tools are stored in the locations illustrated in the diagram. Emergency flat tyre repair kit...

  • Page 500

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tyre To secure the jack Jack 1. Insert the wing bolt into the jack with To remove the jack the jack screw pointing back and turn the wing bolt clockwise to temporarily 1. Remove the cover. tighten it.

  • Page 501

    The emergency at tyre repair kit includes The emergency at tyre repair kit included the following items. with your Mazda is for a temporary repair of a slightly damaged at tyre resulting from running over nails or similar sharp objects on the road surface.

  • Page 502

    The emergency at tyre repair kit cannot be used in the following cases. Consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. The period of effective use for the tyre sealant has expired. (The period of effectiveness is indicated on the bottle label.)

  • Page 503

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tyre NOTE CAUTION The sealant hardens easily and injecting If there is air remaining in the tyre when it will be dif cult under cold weather the valve core is removed, the valve core conditions (0 °C (32 °F) or below). could y out.

  • Page 504

    Return the empty tyre sealant bottle to an Authorised Mazda Repairer when replacing the tyre. The empty tyre sealant bottle will need to be used to extract and dispose of the used sealant from the tyre.

  • Page 505

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tyre 18. Insert the air compressor plug into the WARNING accessory socket inside the vehicle and switch the ignition to ACC. Refer to Accessory Sockets on page Do not adhere the speed restriction 5-125 . sticker to the padded area on the steering wheel: Adhering the speed restriction sticker to the padded area on the steering...

  • Page 506

    Contact an expert repairer, we until it reaches the speci ed tyre recommend an Authorised Mazda in ation pressure. Repairer. If the tyre has been over-in ated,...

  • Page 507

    Replacement with a new tyre use it if it has expired. Have the tyre is recommended. If the tyre is to be sealant replaced at an Authorised Mazda repaired or reused, consult an expert Repairer before the period of effective repairer, we recommend an Authorised use has expired.

  • Page 508

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tyre 6. Block the wheel diagonally opposite Changing a Tyre the tyre to be changed. When blocking a wheel, place a tyre block both in front WARNING and behind the tyre. Be sure to follow the directions for changing a tyre: Changing a tyre is dangerous if not done properly.

  • Page 509

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tyre 3. Turn the jack screw in the direction 5. Continue raising the jack head shown in the 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 510

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

  • Page 511

    If Trouble Arises Flat Tyre Mounting the Tyre WARNING 1. Remove dirt and grime from the mounting surfaces of the wheel and Do not jack up the vehicle higher than hub, including the hub bolts, with a is necessary: cloth. Jacking up the vehicle higher than is necessary is dangerous as it could destabilize the vehicle resulting in an...

  • Page 512

    WARNING should be, have them inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Do not apply oil or grease to wheel Authorised Mazda Repairer. nuts and bolts and do not tighten the wheel nuts beyond the recommended Nut tightening torque tightening torque: N·m (kgf·m, ft·lbf) 108—147 (12—14, 80—108)

  • Page 513

    NOTE Because the wheel studs and wheel nuts on your Mazda have metric To prevent the jack and tool from threads, using a non-metric nut is rattling, store them properly.

  • Page 514

    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 515

    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 516

    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 517: Emergency Starting

    If Trouble Arises Emergency Starting Starting a Flooded Engine Push-Starting If the engine fails to start, it may be Do not push-start your Mazda. ooded (excessive fuel in the engine). WARNING Follow this procedure: Never tow a vehicle to start it: 1.

  • Page 518

    Stop the out under pressure and cause serious engine and call an expert repairer, injury. we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Open the bonnet ONLY after steam is no longer escaping from the engine: Steam from an overheated engine is 6.

  • Page 519

    If Trouble Arises Overheating If you nd a leak or other damage, or if coolant is still leaking: Stop the engine and call an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Cooling system cap Coolant reservoir Cooling fan If you nd no problems, the engine is...

  • Page 520

    If Trouble Arises When Fuel-Filler Flap Cannot be Opened 3. Partially peel back the cover inside the When Fuel-Filler Flap boot, then pull the emergency release Cannot be Opened lever. If the battery is dead, the fuel- ller ap cannot be opened. In this case, the fuel- ller ap can be opened by taking care of the dead battery situation.

  • Page 521: Emergency Towing

    We recommend that towing be done only by an expert repairer, we recommend CAUTION an Authorised Mazda Repairer or a commercial tow-truck service. Do not tow the vehicle pointed backward with driving wheels on Proper lifting and towing are necessary the ground.

  • Page 522

    If Trouble Arises Emergency Towing Towing Hooks CAUTION CAUTION Follow these instructions when towing the vehicle with all wheels on the ground. The towing eyelet should be used in an emergency (to get the vehicle Shift to neutral (Manual out of a ditch or a snow bank, for transmission), or the N position example).

  • Page 523

    3. Securely install the towing eyelet using to a painted bumper, and open the cap the wheel brace or equivalent. located on the front or rear bumper. Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Front Front Wheel brace Towing eyelet...

  • Page 524

    If Trouble Arises Emergency Towing CAUTION If the towing eyelet is not securely tightened, it may loosen or disengage from the bumper when towing the vehicle. Make sure that the towing eyelet is securely tightened to the bumper. Be careful not to damage the towing eyelet and towing hook, vehicle body, or transmission system when towing under the following...

  • Page 525

    4. Select the applicable warning to view the warning details. Stop Vehicle in Safe Place Immediately If any of the following warning lights turns on, the system may have a malfunction. Stop the vehicle in a safe place immediately and contact an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Signal Warning...

  • Page 526

    Have the vehicle towed to an expert repairer, we recommend an Warning Authorised Mazda Repairer to have the brakes inspected as soon as possible: Driving when the brake system warning light and ABS warning light are illuminated simultaneously is dangerous.

  • Page 527

    If the light remains illuminated even though the oil level is normal or after adding oil, stop the engine immediately and have your vehicle towed to an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. The light ashes when the engine coolant temperature is extremely high, and illuminates when the engine coolant temperature increases further.

  • Page 528

    Contact Authorised Mazda Repairer and Have Vehicle Inspected If any of the following warning lights or the indicator light turns on/ ashes, the system may have a malfunction. Contact an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer to have your vehicle inspected.

  • Page 529

    The fuel- ller cap is missing or not tightened securely. If the check engine light remains on, or it ashes continuously , do not drive at high speeds and consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible.

  • Page 530

    ON. If any of these occur, consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. The system may not operate in an accident.

  • Page 531

    If a run- at tyre is punctured, the FLAT TIRE warning light illuminates in the instrument cluster, and a beep sound is heard for about 30 seconds. Carefully drive the vehicle to the nearest Mazda repair shop immediately and have the at tyre replaced.

  • Page 532

    KEY Warning an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. Light Refer to Emergency Operation for Starting the Engine on page 4-11 .

  • Page 533

    Signal Warning The warning indication/warning light illuminates if there is a problem with the system. Have your vehicle inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. The LDWS does not operate when the warning indication/warning light illuminates.

  • Page 534

    Signal Warning A problem in the system may be indicated under the following conditions. Have your vehicle inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. The light does not turn on when the ignition is switched ON.

  • Page 535

    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 seat belt warning light turns on if the driver or passenger's seat is occupied and the seat belt is not fastened with the ignition switched ON.

  • Page 536

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds 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. The light illumination timing may vary Low Fuel Warning Light because fuel inside the fuel tank moves around according to the driving conditions...

  • Page 537

    Authorised one low tyre in a set of four-that is an indication Mazda Repairer or a tyre repair station. of trouble; you should have someone drive the vehicle slowly forward so you can inspect any low...

  • Page 538

    (page 6-34 ). CAUTION When replacing/repairing the tyres or wheels or both, have the work done by an Authorised Mazda Repairer, or the tyre pressure sensors may be damaged. When the warning light illuminates, and the warning beep sound is heard when tyre pressure is too low in one or more tyres.

  • Page 539

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds KEY Indication (White)/KEY Warning Light (Red) Take the appropriate action and verify that the warning light turns off. Signal Cause Action to be taken (White) KEY Indication The advanced key battery is dead. Replace the key battery (page 6-31 ).

  • Page 540

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds Message Indicated in Multi-information Display If there is a noti cation from the vehicle, a message is displayed in the multi-information display. Check the information and take the necessary action. (Display example) If the warning light turns on/ ashes simultaneously or a symbol is indicated in the display, check the information regarding the warning light or symbol.

  • Page 541

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

  • Page 542

    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 centre display is high. Lowering the temperature in the cabin or the temperature around the centre display by avoiding direct sunlight is recommended.

  • Page 543

    Have your vehicle inspected at an expert When the ignition is switched to repairer, we recommend an Authorised ACC, the “Ignition Not Switched Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. Off (STOP) Warning Beep” (page 7-51 ) overrides the lights-on WARNING reminder.

  • Page 544

    35 minutes. Have your vehicle inspected seconds. The beep stops after the driver or at an expert repairer, we recommend an front passenger's seat belt is fastened. Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as NOTE possible. Placing heavy items on the front...

  • Page 545

    KEY warning light (red) in the instrument vehicle inspected at an expert repairer, cluster ashes continuously to notify we recommend an Authorised Mazda the driver that the ignition has not been Repairer. switched OFF.

  • Page 546

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds Request Switch Inoperable Electronic Steering Lock Warning Warning Beep (With the advanced Beep keyless function) The warning beep operates if the steering If the request switch is pressed with the wheel is not unlocked after the push button door open or ajar, or the ignition is not start is pressed.

  • Page 547

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds Vehicle Speed Alarm Tyre In ation Pressure Warning Beep The vehicle speed alarm function is designed to alarm the driver via a single Vehicle with conventional tyres beep sound and a warning indication in the instrument cluster that the previously set The warning beep sound will be heard vehicle speed has been exceeded.

  • Page 548

    If Trouble Arises Warning/Indicator Lights and Warning Sounds Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) Speed Limiter Warning Beep System Warning Beep If the vehicle speed exceeds the set speed by about 3 km/h (2 mph) or more, a Driving forward warning beep operates continuously. The warning beep operates until the vehicle The warning beep operates when the direction indicator lever is operated to...

  • Page 549

    If Trouble Arises When Boot Lid Cannot be Opened 3. Remove the fasteners on the right side When Boot Lid Cannot be of the vehicle. Opened If the battery is dead, the boot cannot be unlocked and opened. In this case, the boot can be unlocked by taking care of the dead battery situation.

  • Page 550

    After performing this emergency measure, have the vehicle inspected at CAUTION an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. Do not touch the linkage and gears. If sharp edges and gears are touched, it could cause injury.

  • Page 551

    If Trouble Arises When Boot Lid Cannot be Opened 5. Remove the fasteners on the right side 8. Insert your hand beneath the lifted of the vehicle. cover and loosen the cap screws until they spin freely. 6. Push the stopper rubber through the NOTE cover on the right side of the vehicle At this point, do not pull out the cap.

  • Page 552

    3. Remove the fasteners on the right side vehicle. of the vehicle. 14. Pull out the cap and release the boot lock. After performing this emergency measure, have the vehicle inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible. 7–58...

  • Page 553

    After performing this emergency measure, have the vehicle inspected at 6. Insert your hand beneath the lifted an expert repairer, we recommend an cover and loosen the cap screws until Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as they spin freely. possible. 7–59...

  • Page 554

    If the roof cannot be closed even after the operation conditions are all met, have it checked at an Authorised Mazda Repairer. If you are unable to have the roof checked at an Authorised Mazda Repairer, the roof can be closed manually as an emergency measure.

  • Page 555

    Some steps in the procedure require using multiple tools at the same time and a certain level of technical expertise. In addition, holding your body extended over the car can result in muscle strains so Mazda recommends having the roof checked at an Authorised Mazda Repairer.

  • Page 556

    If Trouble Arises When the Roof Cannot be Closed Opening the rear roof Manual closing Before closing manually CAUTION WARNING When turning the bolt, cover the front roof using a cloth. The front roof may be damaged if the L-shaped Verify that the ignition is switched off hexagonal wrench contacts it.

  • Page 557

    If Trouble Arises When the Roof Cannot be Closed 4. Remove the L-shaped hexagonal NOTE wrench (Large) once from the bolt, then insert the long end of the wrench If it is dif cult to see the bolt, remove into the bolt. the windblocker and identify the bolt from the centre of the vehicle.

  • Page 558

    If Trouble Arises When the Roof Cannot be Closed 7. While one person pushes the rear roof CAUTION down, another person pulls the wire until a latch sound is heard and the rear roof unlocks. Do not let go of the rear roof on both sides until it is fully open.

  • Page 559

    If Trouble Arises When the Roof Cannot be Closed 1. While standing on both sides of the NOTE vehicle, hold the front and rear sides of the front roof and pull the front roof The next step cannot be done if the front upward.

  • Page 560

    If Trouble Arises When the Roof Cannot be Closed 7. Insert the short end of the hexagonal 9. Rotate the hexagonal wrench and move wrench (Small) into the gear (tool kit) the hook in the lock direction so that and assemble. there is enough space for the opening of the headliner to be attached to the Gear (tool kit)

  • Page 561

    (tool kit) contact the bracket. Bracket NOTE The fasteners in the ve locations at the front of the headliner are not fastened. Do not lose the fasteners because they are needed for the required servicing at Gear (tool kit) the Authorised Mazda Repairer. 7–67...

  • Page 562

    If Trouble Arises When the Roof Cannot be Closed 14. Install the left and right link covers 3. Close the rear roof uniformly on both from the vehicle interior. sides using two adults, one on each side of the vehicle. Link cover CAUTION Close the rear roof with its left and right...

  • Page 563

    After nishing the procedure, have the rear, as shown in the gure, when roof checked at an Authorised Mazda viewed from the vehicle interior. Repairer as soon as possible. WARNING...

  • Page 564

    MEMO 7–70...

  • Page 565: Customer Information

    Customer Information Important consumer information including warranties and add-on equipment. Warranty ..................... 8-2 Registering Your Vehicle in A Foreign Country ......8-2 Add-On Non-Genuine Parts and Accessories ....... 8-3 Cell Phones ..................8-4 Cell Phones Warning ..............8-4 Recording of Vehicle Data ..............8-5 Recording of Vehicle Data ............

  • Page 566

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

  • Page 567

    Other parts and accessories than those mentioned above have not been examined and approved by Mazda unless explicitly stated by Mazda. We cannot certify the suitability of such products. Mazda is not liable for any damage caused by the use of such products. WARNING...

  • Page 568: Cell Phones

    Customer Information 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. Dialing a number on a cell phone while driving also ties-up the driver's hands.

  • Page 569

    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...

  • Page 570: Declaration Of Conformity

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity Declaration of Conformity Keyless Entry System/Immobilizer System 8–6...

  • Page 571

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity 8–7...

  • Page 572

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity 8–8...

  • Page 573

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) System 8–9...

  • Page 574

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity 8–10...

  • Page 575

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity 8–11...

  • Page 576

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity ® Bluetooth Hands-Free Type A 8–12...

  • Page 577

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity 8–13...

  • Page 578

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity Type B/Type C 8–14...

  • Page 579

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity 8–15...

  • Page 580

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity 8–16...

  • Page 581

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity 8–17...

  • Page 582

    Customer Information Declaration of Conformity 8–18...

  • Page 583: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    10 regulation as related to electromagnetic compatibility. Radio Frequency (RF) transmitter equipment (e.g. cellular telephones, amateur radio transmitters, etc.) may only be tted to your Mazda if they comply with the parameters shown in the table below. *1 UNECE stands for United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

  • Page 584

    Customer Information Electromagnetic Compatibility Aerial positions: : left of boot lid Frequency Band (MHz) Maximum output power (Wattage) Aerial Positions 50 — 54 68 — 87.5 142 — 176 380 — 470 806 — 940 1200 — 1300 1710 — 1885 1885 —...

  • Page 585

    Customer Information Collection/Disposal of Old Equipment/Used Battery Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and Used Batteries When disposing your old battery, please refer to the information as follows. Information on Disposal in the European Union These crossed-out wheeled bin symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with general household waste.

  • Page 586

    Customer Information Collection/Disposal of Old Equipment/Used Battery Information on Disposal in Other Countries Outside the European Union The above symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard old products and used batteries, please contact your local authorities, your waste disposal service or the point of sales where you purchased the items, and ask for the correct method of disposal.

  • Page 587

    Speci cations Technical information about your Mazda. Identi cation Numbers ..............9-2 Vehicle Information Labels ............9-2 Speci cations ..................9-4 Speci cations ................9-4 Personalisation Features..............9-10 Personalisation Features .............. 9-10 9–1 9–1...

  • Page 588

    Speci cations Identi cation Numbers Chassis Number/Vehicle Vehicle Information Identi cation Number (Ireland, Labels U.K.) Chassis Number Vehicle Identi cation Number Open the cover shown in the gure to (South Africa, Arab Gulf check the chassis number. Cooperation Council) The vehicle identi cation number legally identi es your vehicle.

  • Page 589

    Speci cations Identi cation Numbers Vehicle Emission Control Engine Number Information Label (The Philippines) Forward Conformity Plate (Arab Gulf Cooperation Council) Tyre Pressure Label Production year and month are shown on Left-hand drive model this plate. Right-hand drive model 9–3...

  • Page 590: Electrical System

    *1 N-55 (S) is designed for i-stop system (FOR STOP & START)/i-ELOOP system. Only N-55 (S) should be used to ensure correct operation of i-stop system (FOR STOP & START)/i-ELOOP system. Consult an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer for details. *2 Not for i-stop system/i-ELOOP system.

  • Page 591

    Mazda Original Oils at all times. *3 If you are unable to nd a Mazda Original Oil, alternative oils meeting the listed speci cation may also be used. *4 Mazda Original Long Life Gear Oil IS is superior oil for optimum shift-feel. Using Mazda Original Long Life Gear Oil IS is recommended.

  • Page 592

    Speci cations Speci cations Capacities (Approximate Quantities) Item Capacity With oil lter replacement 4.3 L (4.5 US qt, 3.8 Imp qt) Engine Without oil lter replacement 4.1 L (4.3 US qt, 3.6 Imp qt) Left-hand drive model 5.6 L (5.9 US qt, 4.9 Imp qt) SKYACTIV-G 1.5 Right-hand drive model 5.8 L (6.1 US qt, 5.1 Imp qt)

  • Page 593: Light Bulbs, Exterior Light, Interior Light

    Speci cations Speci cations Light Bulbs Exterior light Category Light bulb Wattage UNECE (SAE) High beam — (—) Headlights Low beam — (—) LED type — (—) Running lights Bulb type W21W (7440) Position lights — (—) WY21W Front direction indicator lights (7443NA) Side direction indicator lights WY5W (—)

  • Page 594: Index

    NOTE The tyres have been optimally matched with the chassis of your vehicle. When replacing tyres, Mazda recommends that you replace tyres of the same type originally tted to your vehicle. For details, contact an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer.

  • Page 595

    Refer to Fuses on page 6-47 . Brakes If you require information regarding the wear limit speci cation for the brake disc plates and the measurement method, please contact an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer. The information is made freely available. 9–9...

  • Page 596

    C: Refer to Auto Lock/Unlock Function on page 3-17 . D: Refer to Transmitter on page 3-5 . E: Refer to Locking, Unlocking with Request Switch (With the advanced keyless function) on page 3-14 . Settings can be changed by an Authorised Mazda Repairer. Settings Change Factory...

  • Page 597

    Speci cations Personalisation Features Settings Change Factory Available Item Feature Method Setting Settings Vehicle Lock: When Driving Unlock: In Park/ Lock: Out of Park Unlock: In Lock: When Park/ Door locks (page Operation condition of auto lock/unlock Driving Lock: Shifting 3-17 ) function Unlock: IGN...

  • Page 598

    *2 If the auto-wiper control is set to Off, the wiper lever position is set to intermittent operation. *3 Though these systems can be turned Off, doing so will defeat the purpose of the system and Mazda recommends that these systems remain On.

  • Page 599

    Index 10–1 10–1...

  • Page 600

    Index Audio Control Switch Adjusting the volume ....5-70 120 km/h warning beep ....... 7-53 Mute switch ........5-71 Seek switch........5-70 Audio System ........5-14 Aerial ..........5-14 Accessory Socket ......5-125 Audio control switch ..... 5-69 Active Bonnet Warning Beep....7-50 Audio set Adaptive Front Lighting System [Type A (non-touchscreen)] ...

  • Page 601

    Index ® Bluetooth ........... 5-90 Cruise Control Set Vehicle Speed ® Bluetooth audio ......5-108 Display ..........4-30 ® Bluetooth Hands-Free....5-99 Cup Holder ........5-126 Troubleshooting ......5-119 Body Lubrication ........ 6-24 Bonnet Release ........6-14 Boot Lid ..........3-21 Defogger When boot lid cannot be opened ...

  • Page 602

    Index Engine Fuel Bonnet release ....... 6-14 Filler ap and cap ......3-27 Coolant .......... 6-20 Gauge ........4-27, 4-36 Engine compartment overview ..6-16 Requirements......... 3-24 Exhaust gas........3-26 Tank capacity ........9-6 Fuel Consumption Display ....4-94 Oil ..........6-17 Starting ..........

  • Page 603

    Index Interior Care ........6-64 Cleaning the window interiors ..6-66 i-ACTIVSENSE ........ 4-100 Instrument panel top maintenance ... 6-66 Adaptive Front Lighting System Leather upholstery maintenance ... 6-65 (AFS) ........... 4-102 Panel maintenance ......6-66 Adjustable speed limiter ....4-122 Plastic part maintenance ....

  • Page 604

    Index Multi-information Display ....4-33 Adjustable Speed Limiter Display ... 4-40 Label Information ......... 9-2 Average fuel economy ....4-38 Lane Departure Warning System Compass Display ......4-40 (LDWS) ..........4-106 Cruise control set vehicle speed LDWS switch ......4-109 display ...........

  • Page 605

    Index Parking Brake ........4-82 SRS Air Bags Parking Sensor System ..... 4-148 How the SRS air bags work ..2-41 Park assist sensor system Limitations to SRS air bag .... 2-45 operation ........4-150 Monitoring........2-52 Sensor detection range ....4-150 Passenger occupant classi cation Personalisation Features ......

  • Page 606

    Index Tachometer .......... 4-26 Vanity Mirrors ........5-123 Theft-Deterrent System ....... 3-55 Vehicle Information Labels ....9-2 Three- ash Turn Signal....... 4-72 Vehicle Speed Alarm ......7-53 Towing Hook ..........7-28 Towing caravans and trailers ..3-66 Towing Description ......7-27 Warning Lights ........

  • Page 607

    Index Windows Power windows ......3-34 Windscreen Washer ......4-76 Windscreen Wipers ......4-73 Winter Driving ........3-62 Wiper Replacing windscreen wiper blades..........6-25 10–9...

  • Page 608

    MEMO 10–10...

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