Personalization Features

Personalization Features

The following personalization features can be set or changed by the customer or an Author- ized Mazda Dealer. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer for details.

Additionally, some of the personalization features can be changed by the customer depend- ing on the feature.

Personalization features and settings which can be changed differ depending on the market and specification.

Settings Change Method

image Settings can be changed by operating the center display screen.

A: Refer to Settings on page 5-76.

B: Refer to Fuel Economy Monitor on page 4-113. C: Refer to Active Driving Display on page 4-58.

image Settings can be changed by operating the vehicle switches.

D: Refer to Auto Lock/Unlock Function on page 3-16. E: Refer to Transmitter on page 3-5.

F: Refer to Locking, Unlocking with Request Switch (With the advanced keyless function) on page 3-13.

image Settings can be changed by an Authorized Mazda Dealer.



Item


Feature


Factory Set- ting


Available Settings

Set- tings Chan ge Meth od




Safety

Advanced Smart City Brake Support (Advanced SCBS) (page 4-172) Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) (page 4-175)

Smart Brake Support (SBS) (page 4-178)

The system can be changed so that Smart City Brake Support (SCBS)/Smart Brake Support (SBS) does not operate.*1


On


On/Off


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A


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The distance at which the collision WARNING acti- vates can be changed.

Med.

Far/Med./ Near

A

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The volume of the collision WARNING can be changed.


High

High/Low/Of f


A


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Item


Feature


Factory Set- ting


Available Settings

Set- tings Chan ge Meth od





Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) & Lane Departure WARNING System (LDWS) (page

4-162)

The system can be changed so that the steering wheel assist does not operate.

On

On/Off

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A

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When the steer- ing wheel opera- tion assistance is turned on

The system can be changed so that the Lane Departure WARNING does not activate.


On


On/Off


A


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The cancel sensitivity of the steer- ing assistance for the Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) & Lane De- parture WARNING System (LDWS) can be changed.


High


High/Low


A


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When the steer- ing wheel opera- tion assistance is turned off

The WARNING timing in which the system determines that the vehicle may be deviating from its lane can be changed.


At


At/Before


A


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The sensitivity of the WARNING for the system can be changed.

Often

Often/Rare

A

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Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) & Lane Departure WARNING System (LDWS) (page

4-162)

The type of Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) & Lane Departure WARNING System (LDWS) WARNING can be changed.


Vibration

Vibration/ Beep/Rumbl.


A


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The WARNING in- tensity/volume of the system can be changed.

Vibration

Low

High/Low

A

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Rumbl.

Low

High/Mid/Lo w

A

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Beep

Low

High/Low

A

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Blind Spot Monitor- ing (BSM) (page

4-128)

The system can be changed so that Blind Spot Mon- itoring (BSM) does not operate.*1

On

On/Off

A

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WARNING beep volume*2


High

High/ Low/ Off


A


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Distance Recogni- tion Support System (DRSS) (page 4-139)

The system can be changed so that Distance Recog- nition Support System (DRSS) does not operate.*1

On

On/Off

A

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The distance at which the vehicle ahead and your vehicle indicated in the display flashes in white can be changed.


Near

Far/Med./ Near


A


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Item


Feature


Factory Set- ting


Available Settings

Set- tings Chan ge Meth od





Traffic Sign Recog- nition System (TSR)*3 (page

4-133)

The Traffic Sign Recognition System (TSR) can be set to inoperable.*1

On

On/Off

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A

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The WARNING pattern of the excessive speed WARNING can be changed.


Off

Off/ Visual/

Audio & Vis- ual


A


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The activation timing for the excessive speed warn- ing can be changed.

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image0/image5/image10

A

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360Β° View Monitor

(page 4-181)

Setting can be changed so that the 360Β° view moni- tor is automatically displayed when the ignition is switched to ON.


Off


On/Off


A


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Setting can be changed so that the display of the es- timated forward line of progress is not displayed.

On

On/Off

A

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Setting can be changed so that the top view/front view displayed while the vehicle is moving in the forward direction after reversing is not displayed.


On


On/Off


A


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Parking sensor sys- tem (page 4-241)

Display*4/non-display

On

On/Off

A

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Vehicle


Door locks (page 3-16)


Operation condition of auto lock/unlock function


Lock: When Driving Un- lock: IGN Off

Lock: Out of Park Unlock: In Park/ Lock: Shift- ing Out of Park/

Lock: When Driving Un- lock: In Park/ Lock: When Driving Un- lock: IGN Off/

Lock: When Driving/ Off


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Item


Feature


Factory Set- ting


Available Settings

Set- tings Chan ge Meth od





Keyless entry system (page 3-4)


Method for unlocking door using transmitter


Driver's: Once, All Doors: Twice

All Doors: Once/ Driver's: Once, All Doors: Twice


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A E



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Time for locking door automatically


60 seconds

90 seconds/

60 seconds/

30 seconds


A


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Advanced keyless entry system (page 3-10)


Method for unlocking door using request switch/ transmitter


Driver's: Once, All Doors: Twice

All Doors: Once/ Driver's: Once, All Doors: Twice


A


E

, F


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Time for locking door automatically


60 seconds

90 seconds/

60 seconds/

30 seconds


A


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Auto-lock function operation/non-operational

Off

On/Off

A

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Beep volume when locking/unlocking


Medium

High/ Medium/ Low/ Off


A

E

, F


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Illuminated entry system (page 5-95)


Time until interior lights turn off after closing door


15 seconds

60 seconds/

30 seconds/

15 seconds/

7.5 seconds


A


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Time until interior lights turn off automatically when any door is not closed completely


30 minutes

60 minutes/

30 minutes/

10 minutes


A


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Auto-wiper control (page 4-82)

Operational/non-operational

On

On/Off*5

A

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Daytime running lights (page 4-80)

Operational/non-operational

On

On/Off

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Auto headlight off*6 (page 4-75)


Time until headlights turn off


30 seconds

120 seconds/

90 seconds/

60 seconds/

30 seconds/

0 seconds*7


A


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Item


Feature


Factory Set- ting


Available Settings

Set- tings Chan ge Meth od





Auto-light control (page 4-75)


Timing by which lights turn on


Medium

Low/ Med.Low/ Medium/ Med.High/ High


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A


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High Beam Control System (HBC) (page 4-125)


Operational/non-operational*1


On


On/Off


A


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Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS) (page 4-124)


Operational/non-operational*1


On


On/Off


A


―


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Lights-on reminder*8 (page 7-43)

WARNING beep volume

High

High/Low/Of f

A

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Coming home light (page 4-78)


Time until headlights turn off


30 seconds

120 seconds/

90 seconds/

60 seconds/

30 seconds/ Off


A


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Leaving home light (page 4-79)

Operational/non-operational

On

On/Off

A

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image

Turn signal indicator (page 4-81)

Beep volume

High

High/Low

A

―


image

Three-flash turn sig- nal (page 4-82)

Operational/non-operational

On

On/Off

A

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Ambient lights (page 5-92)


Ambient lights brightness*9


Medium

Bright/ Medium/ Dim/ Off*10


A


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Rear window defog- ger (page 4-86)

The operation time for the rear window defogger can be changed.


15 minutes

15 minutes/ Continu- ous*11


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System

Language

Language indicated in display

US English

Depends on market*12

A

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Temperature

Temperature unit indicated in display

Β°F

Β°F/Β°C

A

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Distance

Distance unit indicated in display

mi or km

mi/km

A

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Item


Feature


Factory Set- ting


Available Settings

Set- tings Chan ge Meth od




Fuel Economy Monitor (page 4-113)

Ending display

Display/non-display

Off

On/Off

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B

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Fuel economy reset- ting procedure*

Linkage/non-linkage with fuel economy reset and trip meter A reset

Off

On/Off

B

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Active Driving Display (page 4-58)


Display

Setting can be changed so that the Active Driving Display is not displayed.

On

On/Off

C

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The display height (up/down position) can be changed.


0

13 steps up/ down from initial setting (total: 27 steps)


C


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The method for adjusting the display brightness (au- tomatically/manually) can be changed.

Auto

Auto/Man.

C

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The standard brightness while automatic adjustment is selected can be changed using the brightness ad- justment.


0

2 steps up/ down from initial setting (total: 5 steps)


C


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The standard brightness while manual adjustment is selected can be changed using the brightness adjust- ment.


0

20 steps up/ down from initial setting (total: 41 steps)


C


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The display angle can be changed.


0

3steps up/ down from initial setting (total: 7steps)


C


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The street name display timing can be changed.


On-Dem.

On-Dem./At Maneuver/Of f


C


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image

Display/non-display of the navigation guidance

On

On/Off

C

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*1 Though these systems can be turned Off, doing so will defeat the purpose of the system and Mazda recommends that these systems remain On.

*2 Only the volume of the WARNING beep during Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) operation can be changed. The volume of the WARNING beep during Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) operation cannot be changed.

*3 This system functions only when the navigation system is functioning.


*4 When the ultrasonic sensors detect an obstruction, the contents indicated on the center display switches to the 360Β°View Monitor. (Vehicles with 360Β°View Monitor)

*5 If the auto-wiper control is set to Off, the wiper lever image position is set to intermittent operation.

*6 If the setting is changed to Off, the following operation is performed according to the headlight switch position:

- At image position: Headlights turn off immediately after the ignition is switched off.

- At any position other than image: Headlights on/off conditions vary according to the headlight switch position. Refer to Headlights on page 4-75.

*7 When set to Off, the lights-on reminder is operable.

*8 The lights-on reminder settings can be changed at anytime, however, the lights-on reminder only operates when the auto headlight function is set to Off. Refer to Lights-On Reminder on page 7-43.

*9 Change the ambient light illumination level with the parking lights or headlights turned on.

*10 When set to OFF, the ambient lights remain turned off regardless of whether or not the parking lights or headlights are on or off. However, they will turn on or off in conjunction with the illuminated entry system.

*11 The operation may stop in 15 minutes due to the effect of the outside temperature even if the operation time of the rear window defogger has been changed to Continuous.

*12 Available only in display from the center display.

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Specifications

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