Mazda CX-5 Owner's Manual

 

Table of ContentsPictorial IndexInterior OverviewInterior Equipment (View A)Interior Equipment (View B)Interior Equipment (View C)Interior Equipment (View D)Interior Equipment (View E)Exterior OverviewFrontRearEssential Safety EquipmentSeatsSeat Pre

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Front SeatRear SeatHead RestraintsSeat Warmer/Seat Ventilation/Heated Steering WheelSeat WarmerSeat VentilationHeated Steering WheelSeat Belt SystemsSeat Belt Pre

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Seat BeltSeat Belt WARNING SystemsFront Seat Belt Pretensioner and Load Limiting SystemsSeat Belt ExtenderChild RestraintChild-Restraint Pre

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Child-Restraint System InstallationChild-Restraint System Suitability for Various Seat Positions TableInstalling Child-Restraint SystemsSRS Air BagsSupplemental Restraint System (SRS) Pre

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Supplemental Restraint System ComponentsHow the SRS Air Bags WorkSRS Air Bag Deployment CriteriaLimitations to SRS Air BagFront Passenger Occupant Classification SystemConstant MonitoringBefore DrivingKeysKeyless Entry SystemAdvanced Keyless Entry SystemOperational RangeDoors and LocksDoor LocksLiftgateFuel and EmissionFuel and Engine Exhaust Pre

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Fuel-Filler Lid and CapMirrorsWindowsPower WindowsMoonroofSecurity SystemModification and Add-On EquipmentImmobilizer SystemTheft-Deterrent SystemDriving TipsBreak-In PeriodSaving Fuel and Protection of the EnvironmentHazardous DrivingFloor MatRocking the VehicleWinter DrivingDriving In Flooded AreaOverloadingDriving on Uneven RoadTurbocharger Information (SKYACTIV-G 2.5T)TowingTrailer Towing (U.S.A. and Canada)Recreational TowingWhen DrivingStart/Stop EngineIgnition SwitchStarting the EngineTurning the Engine OffInstrument Cluster and DisplayInstrument Cluster (Type A)Instrument Cluster (Type B)Instrument Cluster (Type C)Active Driving DisplayAutomatic TransaxleAutomatic Transaxle ControlsShift-Lock SystemTransaxle RangesManual Shift ModeDirect ModeDriving TipsSwitches and ControlsLighting ControlFog LightsTurn and Lane-Change SignalsWindshield Wipers and WasherRear Window Wiper and WasherRear Window DefoggerHornHazard WARNING FlasherHomeLink Wireless Control System (Type A)HomeLink Wireless Control System (Type B)BrakeBrake SystemAUTOHOLDHill Launch Assist (HLA)ABS/TCS/DSC/Off-Road Traction AssistAntilock Brake System (ABS)Traction Control System (TCS)Dynamic Stability Control (DSC)Off-Road Traction AssistMazda intelligent Drive Select (Mi-Drive)i-ACTIV AWDi-ACTIV AWD OperationPower Steeringi-ACTIVSENSEAdaptive Front Lighting System (AFS)High Beam Control System (HBC)Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)Traffic Sign Recognition System (TSR)Distance Recognition Support System (DRSS)Driver Attention Alert (DAA)Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go function (MRCC with Stop & Go function)Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) & Lane Departure WARNING System (LDWS)Advanced Smart City Brake Support (Advanced SCBS)Smart City Brake Support [Forward] (SCBS F)Smart City Brake Support [Reverse] (SCBS R)Smart Brake Support (SBS)360Β° View Monitor (Mazda Connect (Type A))360Β° View Monitor (Mazda Connect (Type B))Forward Sensing Camera (FSC)Radar Sensor (Front)Radar Sensors (Rear)Ultrasonic Sensor (Rear)Front Camera/Side Cameras/Rear CameraCruise ControlTire Pressure Monitoring SystemRear View Monitor (Mazda Connect (Type A))Rear View Monitor (Mazda Connect (Type B))Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type A))Parking Sensor System (Mazda Connect (Type B))Interior FeaturesClimate Control SystemOperating TipsVent OperationManual TypeFully Automatic TypeMazda Connect (Mazda Connect (Type A))What is Mazda Connect ?Mazda Connect Basic OperationsMazda Connect (Mazda Connect (Type B))What is Mazda Connect ?Mazda Connect Basic OperationsConnected Service (If applicable)Interior EquipmentSunvisorsInterior LightsAccessory SocketsUSB Power OutletWireless Charger (Qi)Cup HolderBottle HolderStorage CompartmentsMaintenance and CareEssential InformationIntroductionScheduled MaintenanceScheduled Maintenance (U.S.A., Canada, and Puerto Rico)Scheduled Maintenance (Mexico)Owner MaintenanceOwner Maintenance Pre

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HoodEngine Compartment OverviewEngine OilEngine CoolantBrake FluidWasher FluidBody LubricationWiper BladesBatteryKey Battery ReplacementTiresLight BulbsFusesAppearance CareExterior CareInterior CareIf Trouble ArisesParking in an EmergencyFlat TireSpare Tire and Tool StorageChanging a Flat TireBattery Runs OutJump-StartingEmergency StartingStarting a Flooded EnginePush-StartingOverheatingEmergency TowingTowing DescriptionTiedown HooksWARNING/Indicator Lights and WARNING SoundsIf a WARNING Light Turns On or FlashesMessage Indicated on Multi-information DisplayMessage Indicated on DisplayWARNING Sound is ActivatedWhen Liftgate Cannot be OpenedActive Driving Display Does Not OperateIf the Active Driving Display Does Not OperateCustomer Information and Reporting Safety DefectsCustomer AssistanceCustomer Assistance (U.S.A.)Customer Assistance (Canada)Customer Assistance (Puerto Rico)Customer Assistance (Mexico)Mazda Importer/DistributorsImporter/DistributorReporting Safety DefectsReporting Safety Defects (U.S.A.)Reporting Safety Defects (Canada)WarrantyWarranties for Your MazdaOutside the United States/CanadaRegistering Your Vehicle in A Foreign Country (Except United States and Canada)Add-On Non-Genuine Parts and AccessoriesCell PhonesCell Phones WARNINGEvent Data RecorderEvent Data Recorder (U.S.A. and Canada)Recording of Vehicle DataUniform Tire Quality Grading System (UTQGS)Tire Information (U.S.A.)Tire LabelingLocation of the Tire Label (Placard)Tire MaintenanceVehicle LoadingSteps for Determining the Correct Load LimitDeclaration of ConformitySpecificationsIdentification NumbersVehicle Information LabelsSpecificationsIndex

Mazda CX-5 II generation restyling (2021-2023)

<b>Mazda</b> CX-5 II generation restyling (2021-2023)Mazda CX-5 in 2022 is represented by a restyled model of a compact crossover. The manufacturer impressed not only with the external changes of the updated 5-door SUV, but also with a full range of technological innovations and comfort systems. Now all models, regardless of configuration, have all-wheel drive.

The model has a modern futuristic design. Smooth body stripes emphasize the solidity and elegance of the 2023 Mazda CX-5. The wheel arches now have the same body color. The radiator grille has grown in size and received a glossy black finish with a three-dimensional structure. The rear and front bumpers have become smoother, emphasizing the dynamic character of the model. LED headlights add sophistication and modernity to the exterior.

In the cabin, the changes affected the comfort of the seats. The 2023 Mazda CX-5 is equipped with the MZD Connect multimedia system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Depending on the configuration, wireless charging is provided.

High-quality materials are used for the interior. The driver's comfort is ensured by a steering wheel located at a slight angle and armrests at a comfortable height.

The cabin has plenty of space for storing small items, such as in the door pockets, a tray on the center console and a removable shelf. The luggage compartment has a flat surface.

The front panel has a 10.3-inch multimedia screen. The volume controls are located below.

Engines

The restyled model is equipped with two engines, the efficiency of which is emphasized by the manufacturers. The base model has a 4-cylinder inline-four power unit with a displacement of 2.5 liters with a capacity of up to 187 horsepower. There is also a version with a 2.5-liter turbocharged diesel engine with a capacity of 256 horsepower.

The powertrains are equipped with a 6-speed automatic. The 2023 Mazda CX-5 feels comfortable on city roads, as well as on bumps and winding roads.

Safety and comfort systems

Each version of the updated 2023 Mazda CX-5 received the maximum set of options and technologies. The developers have provided automatic emergency braking, pedestrian recognition, lane keeping control, adaptive cruise control, and blind spot monitoring.

The car has 19-inch wheels, adaptive high beams, heated and ventilated seats, and a surround view camera. For top models, a touch-sensitive trunk opening is available.

The general characteristics and technologies, as well as the engine system for the restyled model, allow it to compete with the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4, and Hyundai Tucson.

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