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1-4. Hybrid system
73
Hybrid system features
Your vehicle is a hybrid vehicle. It has characteristics different from
conventional vehicles. Be sure you are closely familiar with the
characteristics of your vehicle, and operate it with care.
The hybrid system combines the use of a gasoline engine and an
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electric motor (traction motor) according to driving conditions,
improving fuel efficiency and reducing exhaust emissions.
System components
Q System components
The illustration is an example for explanation and may differ from the actual item.
Gasoline engine
Electric motor (traction motor)
Q When stopped/during start off
speeds or when traveling down a
gentle slope, the engine is stopped*
The gasoline engine stops* when
and the electric motor (traction
the vehicle is stopped. During start
motor) is used.
off, the electric motor (traction
motor) drives the vehicle. At slow
When the shift lever is in N, the
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1-4. Hybrid system
hybrid battery (traction battery) is
regenerate the exhaust gas filter, the
hybrid battery (traction battery) may
not being charged.
not be recharged.
*: When the hybrid battery (traction bat-
QEV indicator
tery) requires charging or the engine
The EV indicator comes on when the
is warming up, etc., the gasoline
vehicle is driven using only the electric
engine will not automatically stop.
motor (traction motor) or the gasoline
(→P.74)
engine is stopped.
Q During normal driving
The gasoline engine is predomi-
nantly used. The electric motor
(traction motor) charges the hybrid
battery (traction battery) as neces-
sary.
Q When accelerating sharply
QConditions in which the gasoline
engine may
not stop
When the accelerator pedal is
The gasoline engine starts and stops
depressed heavily, the power of the
automatically. However, it may not
stop
hybrid battery (traction battery) is
automatically in the following conditions:
added to that of the gasoline engine
O During gasoline engine warm-up
via the electric motor (traction
O During hybrid battery (traction battery)
motor).
charging
O When the temperature of the hybrid
Q When braking (regenerative
battery (traction battery) is high or low
braking)
O When the heater is switched on
The wheels operate the electric
Depending on the circumstances, the
motor (traction motor) as a power
gasoline engine may also not stop auto-
matically in other situations.
generator, and the hybrid battery
QCharging the hybrid battery (trac-
(traction battery) is charged.
tion battery)
As the gasoline engine charges the
QRegenerative braking
hybrid battery (traction battery), the bat-
OIn the following situations, kinetic
tery does not need to be charged from
energy is converted to electric energy
an outside source. However, if the vehi-
and deceleration force can be
cle is left parked for a long time the
obtained in conjunction with the
hybrid battery (traction battery) will
recharging of the hybrid battery (trac-
slowly discharge. For this reason, be
tion battery).
sure to drive the vehicle at least once
• The accelerator pedal is released
every few months for at least 30 minutes
while driving with the shift lever in D or
or 16 km (10 miles). If the hybrid battery
B.
(traction battery) becomes fully dis-
• The brake pedal is depressed while
charged and you are unable to start the
driving with the shift lever in D or B.
hybrid system, contact any authorized
Mazda retailer or Mazda authorized
O Vehicles with GPF system: While the
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
GPF system (→P.271) is operating to
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75
QCharging the 12-volt battery
O Vibration may be felt when the gaso-
line engine starts or stops.
→P.411
O Cooling fan sounds may be heard
QAfter the 12-volt battery has dis-
from the air intake vent on the side of
charged or when the terminal has
the lower part of the rear left seat.
been removed and installed during
exchange, etc.
Q Maintenance, repair, recycling, and
The gasoline engine may not stop even
disposal
if the vehicle is being driven by the
Contact any authorized Mazda retailer
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hybrid battery (traction battery). If this
or Mazda authorized repairer, or any
continues for a few days, contact any
reliable repairer regarding mainte-
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
nance, repair, recycling and disposal.
authorized repairer, or any reliable
Do not dispose of the vehicle yourself.
repairer.
Q Customization
QSounds and vibrations specific to a
Some functions can be customized.
hybrid vehicle
(→P.431)
There may be no engine sound or vibra-
tion even though the vehicle is able to
move with the “READY” indicator is illu-
Acoustic vehicle alerting
minated. For safety, apply the parking
system
brake and make sure to shift the shift
lever to P when parked.
When the gasoline engine is off
The following sounds or vibrations may
while driving, a sound is produced
occur when the hybrid system is operat-
ing and are not a malfunction:
to warn pedestrians, people riding
O Motor sounds may be heard from the
bicycles or other people and vehi-
engine compartment.
cles in the surrounding area that
OSounds may be heard from the hybrid
the vehicle is approaching. The
battery (traction battery) under the
pitch of the sound adjusts accord-
rear seats when the hybrid system
starts or stops.
ing to vehicle speed. When vehicle
speed is approximately 25 km/h (16
O Relay operating sounds such as a
snap or soft clank will be emitted from
mph) or more, the warning system
the hybrid battery (traction battery),
turns off.
under the rear seats, when the hybrid
system is started or stopped.
Q Acoustic vehicle alerting system
O Sounds from the hybrid system may
be heard when the back door is open.
In the following cases, the acoustic vehi-
cle alerting system sound may be diffi-
OSounds may be heard from the trans-
cult for pedestrians, people riding
mission when the gasoline engine
bicycles or other people and vehicles in
starts or stops, when driving at low
the surrounding area to hear:
speeds, or during idling.
O When there is a lot of noise in the
O Engine sounds may be heard when
vicinity
accelerating sharply.
O When it is raining or during strong
OSounds may be heard due to regener-
winds
ative braking when the brake pedal is
depressed or as the accelerator pedal
O When in the area surrounding the rear
is released.
of the vehicle, rather than in front of
the vehicle
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1-4. Hybrid system
Hybrid system precautions
Take care when handling the hybrid system, as it is a high voltage
system (about 580V at maximum) as well as contains parts that
become extremely hot when the hybrid system is operating. Obey
the warning labels attached to the vehicle.
System components
The illustration is an example for explanation and may differ from the actual item.
Warning label
Service plug
Hybrid battery (traction battery)
High voltage cables (orange)
Electric motor (traction motor)
Air conditioning compressor
Power control unit
1-4. Hybrid system
77
WARNING
QRunning out of fuel
When the vehicle has run out of fuel and
QHigh voltage precautions
the hybrid system cannot be started,
This vehicle has high voltage DC and
refuel the vehicle with at least enough
AC systems as well as a 12-volt sys-
gasoline to make the low fuel level warn-
tem. DC and AC high voltage is very
ing light (→P.377) go off. If there is only
dangerous and can cause severe
a small amount of fuel, the hybrid sys-
burns and electric shock that may
tem may not be able to start. (The stan-
result in death or serious injury.
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dard amount of fuel is about 5.8 L [1.6
gal., 1.3 Imp. gal.] [vehicles without rear
O Never touch, disassemble, remove
wiper] or 6.3 L [1.7 gal., 1.4 Imp. gal.]
or replace the high voltage parts,
[vehicles with rear wiper] when the vehi-
cables or their connectors.
cle is on a level surface. This value may
OThe hybrid system will become hot
vary when the vehicle is on a slope. Add
after starting as the system uses
extra fuel when the vehicle is inclined.)
high voltage. Be careful of both the
QElectromagnetic waves
high voltage and the high tempera-
O High voltage parts and cables on
ture, and always obey the warning
hybrid vehicles incorporate electro-
labels attached to the vehicle.
magnetic shielding, and therefore emit
O Never try to open the service plug
approximately the same amount of
access hole located under the left
electromagnetic waves as conven-
side of the rear seat. The service
tional gasoline powered vehicles or
plug is used only when the vehicle
home electronic appliances.
is serviced and is subject to high
O Your vehicle may cause sound inter-
voltage.
ference in some third party-produced
radio parts.
QHybrid battery (traction battery)
The hybrid battery (traction battery) has
a limited service life. The lifespan of the
hybrid battery (traction battery) can
change in accordance with driving style
and driving conditions.
QStarting the hybrid system in an
QRoad accident cautions
extremely cold environment
Observe the following precautions to
When the hybrid battery (traction bat-
reduce the risk of death or serious
tery) is extremely cold (below approxi-
injury:
mately -30°C [-22°F]) under the
influence of the outside temperature, it
OPull your vehicle off the road, apply
may not be possible to start the hybrid
the parking brake, shift the shift
system. In this case, try to start the
lever to P, and turn the hybrid sys-
hybrid system again after the tempera-
tem off.
ture of the hybrid battery increases due
to the outside temperature increase etc.
O Do not touch the high voltage parts,
cables and connectors.
QDeclaration of conformity
This model conforms to hydrogen emis-
sions according to regulation ECE100
(Battery electric vehicle safety).
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1-4. Hybrid system
WARNING
OIf electrolyte is leaking from the
hybrid battery (traction battery), do
O If electric wires are exposed inside
not approach the vehicle. Even in
or outside your vehicle, an electric
the unlikely event that the hybrid
shock may occur. Never touch
battery (traction battery) is dam-
exposed electric wires.
aged, the internal construction of
the battery will prevent a large
O If a fire occurs in the hybrid vehicle,
amount of electrolyte from leaking
leave the vehicle as soon as possi-
out. However, any electrolyte that
ble. Never use a fire extinguisher
does leak out will give off a vapor.
that is not meant for electric fires.
This vapor is an irritant to skin and
Using even a small amount of water
eyes and could cause acute poi-
may be dangerous.
soning if inhaled.
O If your vehicle needs to be towed,
O Do not bring burning or high-tem-
do so with the front wheels raised. If
perature items close to the electro-
the wheels connected to the electric
lyte. The electrolyte may ignite and
motor (traction motor) are on the
cause a fire.
ground when towing, the motor may
continue to generate electricity.
QHybrid battery (traction battery)
This may cause a fire. (→P.369)
O Your vehicle contains a sealed lith-
O Carefully inspect the ground under
ium-ion battery.
the vehicle. If you find that liquid
O Never resell, hand over or modify
has leaked onto the ground, the fuel
the hybrid battery. To prevent acci-
system may have been damaged.
dents, hybrid batteries that have
Leave the vehicle as soon as possi-
been removed from a disposed
ble.
vehicle are collected through any
ODo not touch the battery if liquid is
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
leaking from or adhering to it. If
authorized repairer, or any reliable
electrolyte (carbonate ester-based
repairer. Do not dispose of the bat-
organic electrolyte) from the hybrid
tery yourself.
battery (traction battery) comes into
Unless the battery is properly col-
contact with the eyes or skin, it
lected, the following may occur,
could cause blindness or skin
resulting in death or serious injury:
wounds. In the unlikely event that it
comes into contact with the eyes or
• The hybrid battery may be illegally
skin, wash it off immediately with a
disposed of or dumped, and it is
large amount of water, and seek
hazardous to the environment or
immediate medical attention.
someone may touch a high voltage
part, resulting in an electric shock.
• The hybrid battery is intended to be
used exclusively with your hybrid
vehicle. If the hybrid battery is used
outside of your vehicle or modified
in any way, accidents such as elec-
tric shock, heat generation, smoke
generation, an explosion and elec-
trolyte leakage may occur.
1-4. Hybrid system
79
WARNING
When reselling or handing over your
vehicle, the possibility of an accident
is extremely high because the person
receiving the vehicle may not be
aware of these dangers.
O If your vehicle is disposed of with-
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out the hybrid battery having been
removed, there is a danger of seri-
ous electric shock if high voltage
parts, cables and their connectors
NOTICE
are touched. In the event that your
vehicle must be disposed of, the
QHybrid battery (traction battery)
hybrid battery must be disposed of
air intake vent
by any authorized Mazda retailer or
OMake sure that the air intake vent is
Mazda authorized repairer, or any
not blocked, such as by a seat
reliable repairer. If the hybrid bat-
cover, plastic cover, or luggage. If
tery is not disposed of properly, it
the vent is blocked, the hybrid bat-
may cause electric shock that can
tery (traction battery) input and out-
result in death or serious injury.
put may be restricted, possibly
leading to a malfunction.
O Clean the air intake vent regularly
NOTICE
to prevent the hybrid battery (trac-
Q Hybrid battery (traction battery)
tion battery) from overheating.
air intake vent
ODo not get water or foreign materi-
Do not carry large amounts of water
als in the air intake vent as this may
such as water cooler bottles in the
cause a short circuit and damage
vehicle. If water spills onto the hybrid
the hybrid battery (traction battery).
battery (traction battery), the battery
may be damaged. Have the vehicle
O A filter is installed to the air intake
inspected by any authorized Mazda
vent. When the filter remains
retailer or Mazda authorized repairer,
noticeably dirty even after cleaning
or any reliable repairer.
the air intake vent, filter cleaning or
replacement is recommended.
Refer to P.347 for details on how to
Hybrid battery (traction bat-
clean the filters.
tery) air intake vent
Emergency shut off system
There is an air intake vent under
the left side of the rear seat for the
When a certain level of impact is
purpose of cooling the hybrid bat-
detected by the impact sensor, the
tery (traction battery). If the vent
emergency shut off system blocks
becomes blocked, the hybrid bat-
the high voltage current and stops
tery (traction battery) input and out-
the fuel pump to minimize the risk
put may be reduced.
of electrocution and fuel leakage. If
the emergency shut off system acti-
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1-4. Hybrid system
vates, your vehicle will not restart.
To restart the hybrid system, con-
tact any authorized Mazda retailer
or Mazda authorized repairer, or
any reliable repairer.
Hybrid warning message
A message is automatically dis-
played when a malfunction occurs
in the hybrid system or an improper
operation is attempted.
If a warning message is shown on
the multi-information display, read
the message and follow the instruc-
tions.
QIf a warning light comes on, a warn-
ing message
is displayed, or the
12-volt battery is disconnected
The hybrid system may not start. In this
case, try to start the system again. If the
READY” indicator does not come on,
contact any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any reli-
able repairer.
1-5. Theft deterrent system
81
canceled.
Immobilizer system
X Vehicles with a smart entry &
The vehicle’s keys have built-
start system
in transponder chips that pre-
The indicator light flashes after the
vent the hybrid system from
power switch has been turned off to
starting if a key has not been
indicate that the system is operat-
previously registered in the
ing.
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vehicle’s on-board computer.
The indicator light stops flashing
Never leave the keys inside the
after the power switch has been
vehicle when you leave the
turned to ACC or ON to indicate
vehicle.
that the system has been canceled.
This system is designed to
QSystem maintenance
help prevent vehicle theft but
The vehicle has a maintenance-free
does not guarantee absolute
type immobilizer system.
security against all vehicle
QConditions that may cause the sys-
thefts.
tem to malfunction
OIf the grip portion of the key is in con-
tact with a metallic object
Operating the system
OIf the key is in close proximity to or
touching a key to the security system
(key with a built-in transponder chip)
of another vehicle
QCertifications for the immobilizer
system
→P.443
NOTICE
Q To ensure the system operates
correctly
X Vehicles without a smart entry &
Do not modify or remove the system.
start system
If modified or removed, the proper
The indicator light flashes after the
operation of the system cannot be
guaranteed.
key has been removed from the
power switch to indicate that the
system is operating.
The indicator light stops flashing
after the registered key has been
inserted into the power switch to
indicate that the system has been
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1-5. Theft deterrent system
Using the wireless remote control:
Double locking system*
Press
*: If equipped
WARNING
Unauthorized access to the
QDouble locking system precau-
vehicle is prevented by dis-
tion
abling the door unlocking
Never activate the double locking sys-
function from both the interior
tem when there are people in the
and exterior of the vehicle.
vehicle because all the doors cannot
be opened from inside the vehicle.
Vehicles employing this sys-
tem have labels on the window
glass of both front doors.
Setting/canceling the double
locking system
Q Setting
Turn the power switch off, have all
the passengers exit the vehicle and
ensure that all the doors are closed.
Using the entry function (if
equipped): Touch the sensor area
on the outside door handle twice
within 5 seconds.
Using the wireless remote control:
Press
twice within 5 seconds.
Q Canceling
Using the entry function (if
equipped): Hold the outside door
handle.
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83
The indicator light changes from being
Alarm*
on to flashing when the system is set.
*: If equipped
The alarm uses light and
sound to give an alert when an
intrusion is detected.
The alarm is triggered in the
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following situations when the
alarm is set:
z A locked door is unlocked or
opened in any way other than
Q Canceling
or stopping
using the entry function (if
Do one of the following to deacti-
equipped) or wireless remote
vate or stop the alarms:
control. (The doors will lock
z Unlock the doors using the entry
again automatically.)
function (if equipped) or wireless
z The hood is opened.
remote control.
z Starting the hybrid system. (The
Setting/canceling/stopping
alarm will be deactivated or
stopped after a few seconds.)
the alarm system
Q Items to check before locking
QSystem maintenance
the vehicle
The vehicle has a maintenance-free
type alarm system.
To prevent unexpected triggering of
Q Triggering of the alarm
the alarm and vehicle theft, make
The alarm may be triggered in the fol-
sure of the following:
lowing situations:
z Nobody is in the vehicle.
(Stopping the alarm deactivates the
alarm system.)
z The windows are closed before
OThe doors are unlocked using the key
the alarm is set.
or the mechanical key.
z No valuables or other personal
items are left in the vehicle.
Q Setting
Close the door and hood, and lock
all the doors using the entry func-
tion (if equipped) or wireless
remote control. The system will set
O A person inside the vehicle opens a
automatically after 30 seconds.
door or hood, or unlocks the vehicle.
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OThe 12-volt battery is recharged or
replaced when the vehicle is locked.
(→P.411)
QAlarm-operated door lock
In the following cases, depending on the
situation, the door may automatically
lock to prevent improper entry into the
vehicle:
OWhen a person remaining in the vehi-
cle unlocks the door and the alarm is
activated.
OWhile the alarm is activated, a person
remaining in the vehicle unlocks the
door.
OWhen recharging or replacing the 12-
volt battery
NOTICE
Q To ensure the system operates
correctly
Do not modify or remove the system.
If modified or removed, the proper
operation of the system cannot be
guaranteed.
85
Vehicle status informa-
2
tion and indicators
2-1. Instrument cluster
Warning lights and indicators
..........................................86
Gauges and meters (vertical
display)
90
2
Gauges and meters (horizontal
display)
95
Multi-information display (verti-
cal display)
99
Multi-information display (hori-
zontal display)
105
Head-up display
111
Energy monitor/consumption
screen
115
86
2-1. Instrument cluster
Warning lights and indicators
The warning lights and indicators on the instrument cluster, center
panel and outside rear view mirrors inform the driver of the status of
the vehicle’s various systems.
Warning lights and indicators displayed on the instrument
cluster
For the purpose of explanation, the following illustrations display all warning
lights and indicators illuminated.
X Vertical display
X Horizontal display
2-1. Instrument cluster
87
Rear passengers’ seat
Warning lights
belt reminder lights*2
Warning lights inform the driver of
(→P.377)
malfunctions in the indicated vehi-
Tire pressure warning light*1
(→P.378)
cle’s systems.
LTA indicator*2 (if equipped)
Brake system warning light*1
(→P.378)
(→P.374)
(Orange)
(Red)
parking assist-sensor OFF
Brake system warning light*1
indicator*1 (if equipped)
(→P.374)
(Flashes)
(→P.379)
2
(Yellow)
RCTA OFF” indicator*1 (if
High coolant temperature
equipped) (→P.379)
warning light*2 (→P.374)
(Flashes)
Hybrid system overheat
PKSB OFF indicator*1 (if
warning light*2 (→P.375)
equipped) (→P.379)
Charging system warning
light*2 (→P.375)
PCS warning light*1 (if
equipped) (→P.380)
Low engine oil pressure
(Flashes or
illuminates)
warning light*2 (→P.375)
Malfunction indicator lamp*1
Slip indicator*1 (→P.380)
(→P.375)
SRS warning light*1
Parking brake indicator
(→P.376)
(→P.380)
(Flashes)
ABS warning light*1
Brake hold operated indica-
(→P.376)
tor*1 (→P.381)
Brake Override System
(Flashes)
warning light/Drive-Start
*1: These lights come on when the
Control warning light*2
power switch is turned to ON to indi-
(→P.376)
cate that a system check is being
Electric power steering sys-
performed. They will turn off after the
tem warning light*1 (→P.377)
hybrid system is started, or after a
(Red)
few seconds. There may be a mal-
Electric power steering sys-
function in a system if the lights do
tem warning light*1 (→P.377)
not come on, or turn off. Have the
(Yellow)
vehicle inspected by any authorized
Low fuel level warning light
Mazda retailer or Mazda authorized
(→P.377)
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
Driver’s and front passen-
*2: This light illuminates on the multi-
ger’s seat belt reminder light
information display.
(→P.377)
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2-1. Instrument cluster
WARNING
LTA indicator*3 (if equipped)
Q If a safety system warning light
(→P.219)
*4
does not come on
BSM outside rear view mirror
Should a safety system light such as
indicators*1, 5 (if equipped)
the ABS and SRS warning light not
(→P.241, 251)
come on when you start the hybrid
system, this could mean that these
BSM OFF indicator*2 (if
systems are not available to help pro-
equipped) (→P.241)
tect you in an accident, which could
parking assist-sensor OFF
result in death or serious injury. Have
indicator*1, 2 (if equipped)
the vehicle inspected by any autho-
rized Mazda retailer or Mazda autho-
(→P.246)
rized repairer, or any reliable repairer
RCTA OFF” indicator*1, 2 (if
immediately if this occurs.
equipped) (→P.252)
PKSB OFF indicator*1, 2 (if
Indicators
equipped) (→P.256)
Speed limiter indicator (if
The indicators inform the driver of
equipped) (→P.234)
the operating state of the vehicle’s
various systems.
Slip indicator*1 (→P.273)
Turn signal indicator
(Flashes)
(→P.178)
VSC OFF indicator*1, 2
(→P.274)
Tail light indicator (→P.184)
Smart entry & start system
Headlight high beam indica-
indicator*3 (→P.169)
tor (→P.186)
READY” indicator (→P.169)
Automatic High Beam indica-
tor (if equipped) (→P.187)
EV drive mode indicator*6
Front fog light indicator (if
(→P.173)
equipped) (→P.190)
Parking brake indicator
Rear fog light indicator
(→P.178)
(→P.190)
Brake hold standby indica-
tor*1 (→P.181)
PCS warning light*1, 2 (if
equipped) (→P.206)
Brake hold operated indica-
Cruise control indicator*3 (if
tor*1 (→P.181)
equipped) (→P.223)
EV indicator*6 (→P.74)
Dynamic radar cruise control
indicator*3 (if equipped)
Low outside temperature
(→P.223)
indicator*3, 7 (→P.90, 95)
Cruise control “SET” indica-
Security indicator (→P.81,
tor*3 (if equipped) (→P.223)
83)
2-1. Instrument cluster
89
PASSENGER AIR
BAG” indicator*1, 8
(→P.45)
Eco drive mode indicator*3
(→P.270)
Power mode indicator*3
(→P.270)
*1: These lights come on when the
power switch is turned to ON to indi-
cate that a system check is being
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performed. They will turn off after the
hybrid system is started, or after a
few seconds. There may be a mal-
function in a system if the lights do
not come on, or turn off. Have the
vehicle inspected by any authorized
Mazda retailer or Mazda authorized
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
*2: This light comes on when the system
is turned off.
*3: This light illuminates on the multi-
information display.
*4: Depending on the operating condi-
tion, the color and illuminating/flash-
ing state of the light change.
*5: This light illuminates on the outside
rear view mirrors.
*6: For vehicles with vertical display, this
light illuminates on the multi-informa-
tion display.
*7: When the outside temperature is
approximately 3°C (37°F) or lower,
this indicator will flash for approxi-
mately 10 seconds, then stay on.
*8: This light illuminates on the center
panel.
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2-1. Instrument cluster
Gauges and meters (vertical display)
Meter display
Q Locations of gauges and meters
The units of measure may differ depending on the intended destination of the vehi-
cle.
Hybrid System Indicator (→P.91)
Displays hybrid system output or regeneration level
Outside temperature
Displays the outside temperature within the range of -40°C (-40°F) to 60°C (140°F)
Clock (→P.93)
Speedometer
Fuel gauge
Displays the fuel level. In the following situations, the actual fuel level may not be
displayed correctly:
• After refueling only a small amount (approximately 5 L or less)
• When stopped on a hill or other slope
• When driving on a slope or around a curve
Multi-information display
Presents the driver with a variety of vehicle data (→P.99)
Displays warning messages if a malfunction occurs (→P.383)
Odometer and trip meter display (→P.92)
Shift position indicator (→P.175)
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91
Engine coolant temperature gauge
Displays the engine coolant temperature
Display change button (→P.92)
stop and restart under various condi-
QEngine speed
tions.
On hybrid vehicles, engine speed is pre-
Eco area
cisely controlled in order to help improve
fuel efficiency and reduce exhaust emis-
Shows that the vehicle is being driven in
sions, etc.
an Eco-friendly manner.
There are times when the engine speed
that is displayed may differ even when
By keeping the indicator needle within
2
vehicle operation and driving conditions
Eco area, more Eco-friendly driving can
are the same.
be achieved.
Q Hybrid System Indicator
Power area
Shows that an Eco-friendly driving range
is being exceeded (during full power
driving, etc.)
*: When used in this manual, “regenera-
tion” refers to the conversion of
energy created by the movement of
the vehicle into electrical energy.
In the following situation, the Hybrid
System Indicator does not operate.
OREADY” indicator is not illuminated.
OThe shift position is in a range other
than D or B.
Q Outside temperature display
READY OFF area
OIn the following situations, the correct
Shows that the hybrid system is not
outside temperature may not be dis-
operating.
played, or the display may take longer
than normal to change:
Charge area
• When stopped, or driving at low
speeds (less than 25 km/h [16 mph])
Shows regeneration* status.
• When the outside temperature has
Regenerated energy will be used to
changed suddenly (at the
entrance/exit of a garage, tunnel, etc.)
charge the hybrid battery (traction bat-
tery).
O When “--” is displayed, the system
may be malfunctioning. Take your
Hybrid Eco area
vehicle to any authorized Mazda
retailer or Mazda authorized repairer,
Shows that gasoline engine power is not
or any reliable repairer.
being used very often.
The gasoline engine will automatically
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2-1. Instrument cluster
QFuel gauge and driving range dis-
For example, there is a lag between
play
the driver’s shifting and the new gear
The fuel gauge and driving range dis-
number appearing on the display.
play are linked. If the fuel gauge and
This lag could cause the driver to
driving range display do not update after
downshift again, causing rapid and
refueling a small amount, they can be
excessive engine braking and possi-
updated by performing the following pro-
bly an accident resulting in death or
cedure:
injury.
1
Stop the vehicle on a level surface.
Wait until the fuel in the fuel tank stabi-
lizes.
NOTICE
2
Press the display change button to
Q To prevent damage to the engine
change the odometer and trip meter
and its components
display to the odometer.
The engine may be overheating if the
3
Turn the power switch off.
engine coolant temperature gauge is
4
While pressing and holding the dis-
in the red zone (H). In this case,
play change button, turn the power
immediately stop the vehicle in a safe
switch to ON.
place, and check the engine after it
5
Continue holding the display change
has cooled completely. (→P.414)
button for approximately 5 seconds.
Release the button when the odometer
Odometer and trip meter
begins blinking.
display
Updating will be complete when the
odometer blinks for approximately 5
Q Changing the display
seconds and then returns to the normal
display.
Press the display change button
QLiquid crystal display
until the desired item is displayed.
→P.100
Q Customization
The gauges and meters can be custom-
ized in
of the multi-information dis-
play. (→P.431)
WARNING
Q The information display at low
temperatures
Allow the interior of the vehicle to
Q Display items
warm up before using the liquid crys-
z Odometer
tal information display. At extremely
low temperatures, the information dis-
Displays the total distance the vehicle
play monitor may respond slowly, and
has been driven.
display changes may be delayed.
z Trip meter A/Trip meter B
Displays the distance the vehicle has
been driven since the meter was last
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93
reset. Trip meters A and B can be used
Q Changing the clock
to record and display different distances
1 Press
or
to select
of
independently.
the multi-information display.
To reset, display the desired trip meter
and press and hold the display change
2 Press or
to select “Clock
button.
: 00”.
z Distance until next engine oil
change
3 Press and hold the
Displays the distance the vehicle can
4 Press
or
to select an
be driven until an oil change is neces-
2
item to be changed.
sary.
The distance until the next engine oil
5 Press
or
to change the
change will also be displayed in the fol-
setting.
lowing situations:
The following can be changed:
• When the power switch is turned to
ON.
z
12-hour/24-hour format
• When a warning message indicating
z Hour
that oil maintenance should be per-
formed soon or is required is dis-
z Minute
played.
• Resetting: →P.326
Adjusting the clock (vehi-
cles with navigation/multi-
Adjusting the clock (vehi-
media system)
cles without navigation/mul-
The clocks on the following can be
timedia system)
adjusted on the audio system
Q Adjusting the minute to “00
screen.
1 Press
or
to select
of
z Multi-information display
the multi-information display.
z Audio system screen
2 Press or
to select “Clock
For details, refer to “Navigation and
: 00”.
multimedia system Owner’s man-
Press the
to set the clock to the
ual”.
beginning of the nearest hour.
Q Clock settings screen (vehicles
e.g.
with navigation/multimedia system)
1:00 to 1:29 → 1:00
If “Clock : 00” is displayed when
is
1:30 to 1:59 → 2:00
selected on the multi-information dis-
play, the system may be malfunctioning.
Have the vehicle inspected by any
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
94
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authorized repairer, or any reliable
repairer.
Adjusting the instrument
panel light control
The brightness of the instrument
panel lights can be adjusted on
select
to the multi-information
display.
The brightness of the instrument panel
lights can be adjusted separately for
when the tail lights are on and off.
1 Press
or
to select
of
the multi-information display.
2 Press
or
to select
,
and then press and hold the
3 Press
or
to change the
brightness.
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95
Gauges and meters (horizontal display)
Meter display
Q Locations of gauges and meters
2
The units of measure may differ depending on the intended destination of the vehi-
cle.
Hybrid System Indicator (→P.96)
Displays hybrid system output or regeneration level
Multi-information display
Presents the driver with a variety of vehicle data (→P.105)
Displays warning messages if a malfunction occurs (→P.383)
Clock (→P.98)
Speedometer
Engine coolant temperature gauge
Displays the engine coolant temperature
Fuel gauge
Displays the fuel level. In the following situations, the actual fuel level may not be
displayed correctly:
• After refueling only a small amount (approximately 5 L or less)
• When stopped on a hill or other slope
• When driving on a slope or around a curve
Odometer and trip meter display (→P.97)
Outside temperature
96
2-1. Instrument cluster
Displays the outside temperature within the range of -40°C (-40°F) to 60°C (140°F)
Display change button (→P.97)
Shift position indicator (→P.175)
Shows that the vehicle is being driven in
QEngine speed
an Eco-friendly manner.
On hybrid vehicles, engine speed is pre-
By keeping the indicator needle within
cisely controlled in order to help improve
fuel efficiency and reduce exhaust emis-
Eco area, more Eco-friendly driving can
sions, etc.
be achieved.
There are times when the engine speed
Power area
that is displayed may differ even when
vehicle operation and driving conditions
Shows that an Eco-friendly driving range
are the same.
is being exceeded (during full power
Q Hybrid System Indicator
driving, etc.)
*: When used in this manual, “regenera-
tion” refers to the conversion of
energy created by the movement of
the vehicle into electrical energy.
In the following situation, the Hybrid
System Indicator does not operate.
O Hybrid System Indicator is not illumi-
nated.
OThe shift position is in a range other
than D or B.
Q Outside temperature display
OIn the following situations, the correct
outside temperature may not be dis-
played, or the display may take longer
Charge area
than normal to change:
• When stopped, or driving at low
Shows regeneration* status.
speeds (less than 25 km/h [16 mph])
Regenerated energy will be used to
• When the outside temperature has
changed suddenly (at the
charge the hybrid battery (traction bat-
entrance/exit of a garage, tunnel, etc.)
tery).
O When “--” is displayed, the system
Hybrid Eco area
may be malfunctioning. Take your
vehicle to any authorized Mazda
Shows that gasoline engine power is not
retailer or Mazda authorized repairer,
being used very often.
or any reliable repairer.
The gasoline engine will automatically
QFuel gauge and driving range dis-
stop and restart under various condi-
play
tions.
The fuel gauge and driving range dis-
play are linked. If the fuel gauge and
Eco area
driving range display do not update after
refueling a small amount, they can be
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97
updated by performing the following pro-
NOTICE
cedure:
1
Stop the vehicle on a level surface.
Q To prevent damage to the engine
and its components
Wait until the fuel in the fuel tank stabi-
lizes.
The engine may be overheating if the
2
Press the display change button to
engine coolant temperature gauge is
change the odometer and trip meter
in the red zone (H). In this case,
display to the odometer.
immediately stop the vehicle in a safe
place, and check the engine after it
3
Turn the power switch off.
has cooled completely. (→P.414)
4
While pressing and holding the dis-
play change button, turn the power
switch to ON.
Odometer and trip meter
2
5
Continue holding the display change
display
button for approximately 5 seconds.
Release the button when the odometer
Q Changing the display
begins blinking.
Press the display change button
Updating will be complete when the
odometer blinks for approximately 5
until the desired item is displayed.
seconds and then returns to the normal
display.
QLiquid crystal display
→P.106
Q Customization
The gauges and meters can be custom-
ized in
of the multi-information dis-
play. (→P.431)
Q Display items
WARNING
z Odometer
Q The information display at low
Displays the total distance the vehicle
temperatures
has been driven.
Allow the interior of the vehicle to
warm up before using the liquid crys-
z Trip meter A/Trip meter B
tal information display. At extremely
low temperatures, the information dis-
Displays the distance the vehicle has
play monitor may respond slowly, and
been driven since the meter was last
display changes may be delayed.
reset. Trip meters A and B can be used
to record and display different distances
For example, there is a lag between
the driver’s shifting and the new gear
independently.
number appearing on the display.
To reset, display the desired trip meter
This lag could cause the driver to
and press and hold the display change
downshift again, causing rapid and
button.
excessive engine braking and possi-
bly an accident resulting in death or
z Distance until next engine oil
injury.
change
98
2-1. Instrument cluster
Displays the distance the vehicle can
5 Press
or
to change the
be driven until an oil change is neces-
setting.
sary.
The following can be changed:
The distance until the next engine oil
change will also be displayed in the fol-
z
12-hour/24-hour format
lowing situations:
z Hour
• When the power switch is turned to
z Minute
ON.
• When a warning message indicating
that oil maintenance should be per-
Adjusting the clock (vehi-
formed soon or is required is dis-
cles with navigation/multi-
played.
media system)
• Resetting: →P.326
The clocks on the following can be
Adjusting the clock (vehi-
adjusted on the audio system
cles without navigation/mul-
screen.
timedia system)
z Multi-information display
z Audio system screen
Q Adjusting the minute to “00
For details, refer to “Navigation and
1 Press
or
to select
of
multimedia system Owner’s man-
the multi-information display.
ual”.
2 Press
or
to select
Q Clock settings screen (vehicles
with navigation/multimedia system)
Press the
to set the clock to the
beginning of the nearest hour.
e.g.
If
is displayed when
is
1:00 to 1:29 → 1:00
selected on the multi-information dis-
play, the system may be malfunctioning.
1:30 to 1:59 → 2:00
Have the vehicle inspected by any
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
Q Changing the clock
authorized repairer, or any reliable
repairer.
1 Press
or
to select
of
the multi-information display.
Adjusting the instrument
panel light control
2 Press
or
to select
The brightness of the instrument
3 Press and hold the
panel lights can be adjusted on
4 Press
or
to select an
select
to the multi-information
item to be changed.
display.
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99
The brightness of the instrument panel
Multi-information display
lights can be adjusted separately for
(vertical display)
when the tail lights are on and off.
1 Press
or
to select
of
Display and menu icons
the multi-information display.
Q Display
2 Press
or
to select
,
and then press and hold the
2
3 Press
or
to change the
brightness.
Driving support system status
display area
Displays an image when the following
systems are operating and a menu icon
other than
is selected:
• LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (if
equipped) (→P.213)
• Dynamic radar cruise control with full-
speed range (if equipped) (→P.223)
• RSA (Road Sign Assist) (if equipped)
(→P.237)
Content display area
By selecting menu icons on the multi-
information display, a variety of driving-
related information can be displayed.
The multi-information display can also
be used to change display settings and
other vehicle settings.
Warning or advice pop-up displays are
also displayed in certain situations.
Q Menu icons
The menu icons will be displayed
by pressing the
or
meter
control switch.
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2-1. Instrument cluster
Driving information display
(→P.100)
Driving support system infor-
mation display (if equipped)
(→P.103)
Audio system-linked display
(if equipped) (→P.103)
Vehicle information display
(→P.103)
/
: Select menu icons
Settings display (→P.104)
/
: Change displayed con-
Warning message display
tent, scroll up/down the screen
(→P.383)
and move the cursor up/down
QLiquid crystal display
Press: Enter/Set
Small spots or light spots may appear
Press and hold: Reset/Display
on the display. This phenomenon is
customizable items
characteristic of liquid crystal displays,
and there is no problem continuing to
Return to the previous screen
use the display.
Call sending/receiving and his-
tory display
WARNING
Linked with the hands-free system,
QCaution for use while driving
sending or receiving call is displayed.
O When operating the multi-informa-
For details regarding the hands-free
tion display while driving, pay extra
system, refer to the “Navigation and
attention to the safety of the area
around the vehicle.
multimedia system Owner’s manual”.
O Do not look continuously at the
multi-information display while driv-
Content of driving informa-
ing as you may fail to see pedestri-
tion
ans, objects on the road, etc.,
ahead of the vehicle.
Q Display items
Q The information display at low
z Speedometer display/Driving
temperatures
range
→P.92
z Fuel economy
Changing the meter display
z ECO Accelerator Guidance/Eco
score
The multi-information display is
operated using the meter control
Q Speedometer display/Driving
range
switches.
z Speedometer display
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101
z Driving range
may not be updated.
Displays driving range with remaining
Current fuel consumption
fuel. Use the displayed values as a ref-
Displays instantaneous current fuel
erence only.
consumption.
This distance is computed based on
Average fuel economy (after
your average fuel consumption. As a
reset)
result, the actual distance that can be
To reset the average fuel economy dis-
driven may differ from that displayed.
When only a small amount of fuel is
play, press and hold the
meter
added to the tank, the display may not
control switch.
2
be updated.
The average fuel economy display
When refueling, turn the power switch
can be changed in . (→P.104)
off. If the vehicle is refueled without
z Average fuel economy (after
turning the power switch off, the display
start)
may not be updated.
Displays the average fuel consumption
Q Fuel economy
since hybrid system start.
Use the displayed values as a ref-
z Average fuel economy (after
erence only.
refuel)
Displays the average fuel consumption
since the vehicle was refueled.
Q ECO Accelerator Guid-
ance/Eco score
Driving range
Displays driving range with remaining
fuel.
This distance is computed based on
your average fuel consumption. As a
result, the actual distance that can be
ECO Accelerator Guidance
driven may differ from that displayed.
Eco score
When only a small amount of fuel is
z ECO Accelerator Guidance
added to the tank, the display may not
be updated.
When refueling, turn the power switch
off. If the vehicle is refueled without
turning the power switch off, the display
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Eco area
Score result
Shows that the vehicle is being driven
Eco start status
in an Eco-friendly manner.
Eco cruise status
Power area
Eco stop status
Shows that an Eco-friendly driving
range is being exceeded (during full
z
How to read the bar display
power driving, etc.).
Current acceleration
Reference operation range
A zone is displayed in blue under the
Eco area which can be used as a refer-
ence operation range for using the
accelerator pedal according to driving
conditions such as starting off and
cruising.
The ECO Accelerator Guidance display
Not yet evaluated
changes according to the driving status,
Low
such as when starting off or cruising.
High
It is easier to drive in an Eco-friendly
manner by driving according to the dis-
After the hybrid system is started, the
Eco score will not be displayed until
play showing the accelerator pedal
the vehicle speed exceeds approxi-
operations and staying within the refer-
mately 20 km/h (12 mph).
ence operation range.
The Eco score will be reset each time
z Eco score
the hybrid system is started.
The following 3 Eco driving methods
When the hybrid system is stopped,
are evaluated in 5 levels: Smooth start-
the total score of the current trip will
off acceleration, driving without sudden
be displayed.
acceleration, and smooth stopping.
When the vehicle is stopped, an Eco
QThe ECO Accelerator Guidance/Eco
score out of 100 points will be dis-
score will not operate when
played.
The ECO Accelerator Guidance/Eco
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103
score will not operate in the following sit-
using the meter control switches.
uations:
This menu icon can be set to be dis-
OThe Hybrid System Indicator is not
operating.
played/not displayed in
OThe vehicle is being driven using the
dynamic radar cruise control with full-
Vehicle information display
speed range. (if equipped)
Q Display items
Driving support system
z Drive information
information display
z Energy monitor (→P.115)
2
Q Driving support system infor-
Q Drive information
mation
2 items that are selected using the
Select to display the operational
Drive Info Items” setting (average
status of the following systems:
speed, distance and total time) can
z LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (if
be displayed vertically.
equipped) (→P.213)
The displayed information changes
z Dynamic radar cruise control
according to the “Drive Info Type
with full-speed range (if
setting (since the system was
equipped) (→P.223)
started or between resets).
(→P.104)
Q Navigation system-linked dis-
play (if equipped)
Use the displayed information as a
reference only.
Select to display the following navi-
gation system-linked information:
Following items will be displayed.
z Route guidance to destination
z
Trip
z Compass display (heading-up
Average Speed”: Displays the aver-
age vehicle speed since hybrid sys-
display)
tem start*
Distance”: Displays the distance
QRoute guidance to destination dis-
driven since hybrid system start*
play
When the route guidance to destination
Total Time”: Displays the elapsed
display is enabled on the head-up dis-
time since hybrid system start*
play, it will not be displayed on the multi-
*: These items are reset each time the
information display. (→P.111)
hybrid system stops.
z
Total
Audio system-linked dis-
Average Speed”: Displays the aver-
play (if equipped)
age vehicle speed since the display
was reset
Select to enable selection of an
Distance”: Displays the distance
audio source or track on the meter
driven since the display was reset*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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