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104
2-1. Instrument cluster
Total Time”: Displays the elapsed
of the following:
time since the display was reset*
• Display contents
*: To reset, display the desired item and
Select to display/not display the energy
monitor. (→P.115)
press and hold the
meter control
switch.
• Drive information type
Select to change the drive information
type display between after start/after
Settings display
reset.
Q Meter display settings that can
• Drive information items
be changed
Select to set the first and second items
z Clock setting (vehicles without
of the drive information display to any of
the following: average vehicle
navigation/multimedia system)
speed/distance/elapsed time.
→P.93
z Current trip result display
z Language
Select to change the displayed informa-
Select to change the language dis-
tion about the current trip, measured
played.
from when the hybrid system was
z Units
started until it was stopped, between
drive information/eco score. (The infor-
Select to change the units of measure
mation will be displayed temporarily
displayed.
when the hybrid system is stopped.)
z EV indicator
z Pop-up display
Select to enable/disable the EV indica-
Select to enable/disable pop-up dis-
tor.
plays for each relevant system.
z
z Multi-information display off
Select to change the displayed content
Select to turn the multi-information dis-
of the following:
play off.
• Hybrid System Indicator
To turn the multi-information display on
Select to display/not display the Eco
again, press any of the following meter
Accelerator Guidance. (→P.101)
control switches
• Fuel economy display
Select to change the average fuel con-
/
/
/
/
/
sumption display between after
z Default setting
start/after reset/after refuel. (→P.101)
Select to reset the meter display set-
z
(if equipped)
tings to the default setting.
Select to display/not display the audio
Q Vehicle functions and settings
system linked display.
that can be changed
z
→P.431
Select to change the displayed content
2-1. Instrument cluster
105
Multi-information display
QSuspension of the settings display
(horizontal display)
OSome settings cannot be changed
while driving. When changing set-
tings, park the vehicle in a safe place.
Display and menu icons
OIf a warning message is displayed,
operation of the settings display will
Q Display
be suspended.
WARNING
QCautions during setting up the
2
display
If the hybrid system is operating while
changing certain settings on the set-
tings display, ensure that the vehicle
is parked in a place with adequate
ventilation. In a closed area such as a
garage, exhaust gases including
harmful carbon monoxide (CO) may
Driving support system status
collect and enter the vehicle. This
display area
may lead to death or a serious health
hazard.
Displays an image when the following
systems are operating and a menu icon
NOTICE
other than
is selected:
• LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (if
QDuring setting up the display
equipped) (→P.213)
To prevent 12-volt battery discharge,
• Dynamic radar cruise control with full-
ensure that the hybrid system is oper-
speed range (if equipped) (→P.223)
ating while setting up the display fea-
• RSA (Road Sign Assist) (if equipped)
tures.
(→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.
106
2-1. Instrument cluster
Driving information display
(→P.106)
Driving support system infor-
mation display (if equipped)
(→P.108)
Audio system-linked display
(if equipped) (→P.109)
Vehicle information display
(→P.109)
/
: Select menu icons,
Settings display (→P.109)
scroll the screen and move the
Warning message display
cursor
(→P.383)
/
: Change displayed con-
tent, scroll the screen and move
QLiquid crystal display
the cursor
Small spots or light spots may appear
on the display. This phenomenon is
Press: Enter/Set
characteristic of liquid crystal displays,
Press and hold: Reset/Display
and there is no problem continuing to
use the display.
customizable items
Return to the previous screen
WARNING
Call sending/receiving and his-
QCaution for use while driving
tory display
O When operating the multi-informa-
tion display while driving, pay extra
Linked with the hands-free system,
attention to the safety of the area
sending or receiving call is displayed.
around the vehicle.
For details regarding the hands-free
system, refer to the “Navigation and
O Do not look continuously at the
multi-information display while driv-
multimedia system Owner’s manual”.
ing as you may fail to see pedestri-
ans, objects on the road, etc.,
ahead of the vehicle.
Content of driving informa-
tion
Q The information display at low
temperatures
Q Display items
→P.97
z Fuel economy
Changing the meter display
z ECO Accelerator Guidance/Eco
score
The multi-information display is
Q Fuel economy
operated using the meter control
Use the displayed values as a ref-
switches.
erence only.
2-1. Instrument cluster
107
Displays the average fuel consumption
since the vehicle was refueled.
Q ECO Accelerator Guid-
ance/Eco score
Current fuel consumption
2
Displays instantaneous current fuel
consumption.
Average fuel economy (after
reset)
ECO Accelerator Guidance
To reset the average fuel economy dis-
Eco score
play, press and hold the
meter
z
ECO Accelerator Guidance
control switch.
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
driven may differ from that displayed.
When only a small amount of fuel is
added to the tank, the display may not
Eco area
be updated.
When refueling, turn the power switch
Indicates that the vehicle is being
off. If the vehicle is refueled without
driven in an Eco-friendly manner.
turning the power switch off, the display
Zone of Eco acceleration
may not be updated.
Displayed as a white bar, and rep-
The average fuel economy display
resents an estimated suitable accelera-
can be changed in . (→P.109)
tor pedal operation range for the
current driving conditions, such as
z Average fuel economy (after
starting off or cruising.
start)
This display changes according to situ-
Displays the average fuel consumption
ation, such as when starting off or cruis-
since hybrid system start.
ing.
z Average fuel economy (after
Current accelerator pedal oper-
refuel)
ation
108
2-1. Instrument cluster
Displayed as a green bar when within
High
the Eco area.
• After the hybrid system is started, the
Eco-friendly acceleration can be
Eco score will not be displayed until
achieved by keeping the accelerator
the vehicle speed exceeds approxi-
pedal operation display within the range
mately 20 km/h (12 mph).
indicated by the white bar. (→P.155)
• The Eco score will be reset each time
z Eco score
the hybrid system is started.
• When the hybrid system is stopped,
The following 3 Eco driving methods
the total score of the current trip will
are evaluated in 5 levels: Smooth start-
be displayed.
off acceleration, driving without sudden
acceleration, and smooth stopping.
QThe ECO Accelerator Guidance/Eco
When the vehicle is stopped, an Eco
score will not operate when
score out of 100 points will be dis-
The ECO Accelerator Guidance/Eco
played.
score will not operate in the following sit-
uations:
OThe Hybrid System Indicator is not
operating.
OThe vehicle is being driven using the
dynamic radar cruise control with full-
speed range. (if equipped)
Driving support system
information display
Score result
Q Driving support system infor-
Eco start status
mation
Eco cruise status
Select to display the operational
status of the following systems:
Eco stop status
z LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (if
z
How to read the bar display
equipped) (→P.213)
z Dynamic radar cruise control
with full-speed range (if
equipped) (→P.223)
Q Navigation system-linked dis-
play (if equipped)
Select to display the following navi-
gation system-linked information:
z Route guidance to destination
Not yet evaluated
z Compass display (heading-up
Low
2-1. Instrument cluster
109
display)
age vehicle speed since hybrid sys-
tem start*
QRoute guidance to destination dis-
Distance”: Displays the distance
play
driven since hybrid system start*
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)
2
age vehicle speed since the display
Select to enable selection of an
was reset*
audio source or track on the meter
Distance”: Displays the distance
driven since the display was reset
using the meter control switches.
Total Time”: Displays the elapsed
This menu icon can be set to be dis-
time since the display was reset*
played/not displayed in
*:
To reset, display the desired item and
press and hold the
meter control
Vehicle information display
switch.
Q Display items
Settings display
z Drive information
z Energy monitor (→P.115)
Q Meter display settings that can
be changed
Q Drive information
z Clock setting (vehicles without
2 items that are selected using the
navigation/multimedia system)
Drive Info Items” setting (average
→P.98
speed, distance and total time) can
be displayed vertically.
z Language
The displayed information changes
Select to change the language dis-
played.
according to the “Drive Info Type
setting (since the system was
z Units
started or between resets).
Select to change the units of measure
(→P.109)
displayed.
Use the displayed information as a
z EV indicator
reference only.
Select to enable/disable the EV indica-
tor.
Following items will be displayed.
z
z
Trip
Select to change the displayed content
Average Speed”: Displays the aver-
of the following:
110
2-1. Instrument cluster
• Hybrid System Indicator
To turn the multi-information display on
Select to display/not display the Eco
again, press any of the following meter
Accelerator Guidance. (→P.107)
control switches
• Fuel economy display
/
/
/
/
/
Select to change the average fuel con-
z Default setting
sumption display between after
Select to reset the meter display set-
start/after reset/after refuel. (→P.106)
tings to the default setting.
z
(if equipped)
Q Vehicle functions and settings
Select to display/not display the audio
that can be changed
system linked display.
→P.431
z
Select to change the displayed content
QSuspension of the settings display
of the following:
OSome settings cannot be changed
• Display contents
while driving. When changing set-
Select to display/not display the energy
tings, park the vehicle in a safe place.
monitor. (→P.115)
OIf a warning message is displayed,
operation of the settings display will
• Drive information type
be suspended.
Select to change the drive information
type display between after start/after
WARNING
reset.
QCautions during setting up the
• Drive information items
display
Select to set the first and second items
If the hybrid system is operating while
of the drive information display to any of
changing certain settings on the set-
the following: average vehicle
tings display, ensure that the vehicle
speed/distance/elapsed time.
is parked in a place with adequate
ventilation. In a closed area such as a
z Current trip result display
garage, exhaust gases including
harmful carbon monoxide (CO) may
Select to change the displayed informa-
collect and enter the vehicle. This
tion about the current trip, measured
may lead to death or a serious health
from when the hybrid system was
hazard.
started until it was stopped, between
drive information/eco score. (The infor-
NOTICE
mation will be displayed temporarily
when the hybrid system is stopped.)
QDuring setting up the display
z Pop-up display
To prevent 12-volt battery discharge,
ensure that the hybrid system is oper-
Select to enable/disable pop-up dis-
ating while setting up the display fea-
plays for each relevant system.
tures.
z Multi-information display off
Select to turn the multi-information dis-
play off.
2-1. Instrument cluster
111
Head-up display*
*: If equipped
The head-up display projects a variety of driving-related information
and the operating state of the driving support systems on the wind-
shield.
System components
2
Illustrations used in this text are intended as examples, and may differ from the
image that is actually displayed by the head-up display.
Driving support system status (if equipped)/navigation system-linked
display area (if equipped) (→P.113)
Shift position display/RSA (Road Sign Assist) display area (if equipped)
(→P.175, 237)
Vehicle speed display
Hybrid System Indicator/Tachometer/Outside temperature display area
(→P.114)
head-up display or remove your sun-
Q Head-up display will operate when
glasses.
The power switch is in ON.
QWhen using the head-up display
The head-up display may seem dark or
hard to see when viewed through sun-
glasses, especially polarized sun-
glasses. Adjust the brightness of the
112
2-1. Instrument cluster
QStreet name display (vehicles with
Using the head-up display
navigation system)
Only street names which are included in
Select
on the multi-information
the map data will be displayed.
display (→P.431) and then “HUD
Main”.
WARNING
Q Enabling/disabling the head-
Q When using the head-up display
up display
O Check that the position and bright-
ness of the head-up display image
Press the
meter control switch
does not interfere with safe driving.
to enable/disable the head-up dis-
Incorrect adjustment of the image’s
position or brightness may obstruct
play.
the driver’s view and lead to an
accident, resulting in death or seri-
Q Changing the head-up display
ous injury.
settings
O Do not continuously look at the
Press and hold the
meter con-
head-up display while driving as
trol switch to change the following
you may fail to see pedestrians,
objects on the road, etc., ahead of
settings:
the vehicle.
z Brightness and vertical position
of the head-up display
NOTICE
Select to adjust the brightness or verti-
QHead-up display projector
cal position of the head-up display.
O Do not place any drinks near the
z Display content
head-up display projector. If the
projector gets wet, electrical mal-
Select to change the display between
functions may result.
the following:
• No content
• Hybrid System Indicator
• Tachometer
z Select to enable/disable the fol-
lowing items:
• Route guidance to destination (if
equipped)
O Do not place anything on or put
• Driving support system display (if
stickers onto the head-up display
equipped)
projector.
Doing so could interrupt head-up
• Compass (heading-up display) (if
display indications.
equipped)
• Audio system operation status (if
O Do not touch the inside of the head-
equipped)
up display projector or thrust sharp
edges or the like into the projector.
Doing so could cause mechanical
malfunctions.
2-1. Instrument cluster
113
z Display angle
Driving support system sta-
Select to adjust the angle of the head-
tus/navigation system-
up display.
linked display area
QEnabling/disabling of the head-up
Q Driving support system status
display
display
If the head-up display is disabled, it will
remain disabled when the power switch
Displays the operational status of
is turned off then back to ON.
the following systems:
QDisplay brightness
z Dynamic radar cruise control
The brightness of the head-up display
2
with full-speed range (if
can be adjusted on
of the multi-
equipped) (→P.223)
information display. Also, it is automati-
cally adjusted according to the ambient
z LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (if
brightness.
equipped) (→P.213)
Details of content displayed on the
WARNING
head-up display may differ from that
Q Caution for changing settings of
displayed on the multi-information dis-
the head-up display
play. For details, refer to the explana-
If the hybrid system is operating while
tion of each system.
changing certain settings on the set-
tings display, ensure that the vehicle
Q Navigation system-linked dis-
is parked in a place with adequate
play area (if equipped)
ventilation. In a closed area such as a
garage, exhaust gases including
Displays the following items which
harmful carbon monoxide (CO) may
are linked to the navigation system:
collect and enter the vehicle. This
may lead to death or a serious health
z Street name
hazard.
z Route guidance to destination
z Compass (heading-up display)
NOTICE
Q When changing the settings of
Pop-up display
the head-up display
To prevent 12-volt battery discharge,
Pop-up displays for the following
ensure that the hybrid system is oper-
systems will be displayed when
ating while changing the settings of
the head-up display.
necessary:
Q Driving support systems
Displays a warning/sugges-
tion/advice message or the operat-
ing state of a relevant system.
z PCS (Pre-Collision System) (if
equipped) (→P.203)
114
2-1. Instrument cluster
z LTA (Lane Tracing Assist) (if
played. In this case, the display will
return after the pop-up display disap-
equipped) (→P.213)
pears.
z PKSB (Parking Support Brake)
(if equipped) (→P.255)
Hybrid System Indica-
z Brake Override System
tor/Tachometer/Outside tem-
(→P.154)
perature display
z Drive-Start Control (→P.155)
Q Hybrid System Indicator
Details of content displayed on the
head-up display may differ from that
displayed on the multi-information dis-
play. For details, refer to the explana-
tion of each system.
Q icon
Displayed when a warning mes-
sage is displayed on the multi-infor-
mation display. (→P.383)
Q Warning message
Charge area
Some warning messages are dis-
Hybrid Eco area
played when necessary, according
Eco area
to certain conditions.
Power area
Details of content displayed on the
Displayed content is the same as that
head-up display may differ from that
displayed on the multi-information dis-
displayed on the multi-information dis-
play (Hybrid System Indicator). For
play.
details, refer to P.91, 96.
Q Audio system operation status
Q Tachometer
(if equipped)
Displays the engine speed in revo-
Displayed when an audio remote
lutions per minute.
control switch on the steering wheel
Q Outside temperature display
is operated.
Displayed when the power switch is
Q Hands-free system status (if
turned to ON or when the low out-
equipped)
side temperature indicator is flash-
Displayed when the hands-free
ing.
system is operated.
Q Outside temperature display
QWhen a pop-up display is displayed
O When the ambient temperature is
When a pop-up display is displayed, a
approximately 3°C (37°F) or lower, the
current display may no longer be dis-
low outside temperature indicator will
2-1. Instrument cluster
115
flash for approximately 10 seconds
Energy monitor/con-
and the outside temperature display
will turn off. In this case, the display
sumption screen*
will be displayed again when the out-
side temperature becomes approxi-
*: If equipped
mately 5°C (41°F) or higher.
You can view the status of your
OIn the following situations, the correct
outside temperature may not be dis-
hybrid system on the multi-
played, or the display may take longer
information display and the
than normal to change:
audio system screen.
• When stopped, or driving at low
speeds (less than 25 km/h [16 mph])
• When the outside temperature has
2
changed suddenly (at the
System components
entrance/exit of a garage, tunnel, etc.)
OWhen “--” or “E” is displayed, the sys-
tem may be malfunctioning. Take your
vehicle to any authorized Mazda
retailer or Mazda authorized repairer,
or any reliable repairer.
Audio system screen (if
equipped)
Multi-information display
Meter control switches
Energy monitor
Q Audio system screen
1 Press the “MENU” button.
2 Select “Info” on the “Menu
screen.
If a screen other than “Energy monitor
is displayed, select “Energy”.
Q Multi-information display
Press the meter control switches on
the steering wheel several times to
select the energy monitor display.
116
2-1. Instrument cluster
When the vehicle is powered by the electric motor (traction motor)
Multi-information display (ex. vertical dis-
Audio system screen
play)
When the vehicle is powered by both the gasoline engine and the electric motor
(traction motor)
Multi-information display (ex. vertical dis-
Audio system screen
play)
2-1. Instrument cluster
117
When the vehicle is powered by the gasoline engine
Multi-information display (ex. vertical dis-
Audio system screen
play)
2
When the vehicle is charging the hybrid battery (traction battery)
Multi-information display (ex. vertical dis-
play)
Audio system screen
118
2-1. Instrument cluster
When there is no energy flow
Multi-information display (ex. vertical dis-
Audio system screen
play)
These images are examples only, and may vary slightly from actual conditions.
Q Hybrid battery (traction bat-
X Multi-information display (ex.
tery) status
vertical display)
X Audio system screen
Low
Low
High
High
These images are examples only, and
may vary slightly from actual condi-
tions.
Consumption
Q Trip information
1 Press the “MENU” button.
2 Select “Info” on the “Menu
screen.
If a screen other than “Trip information
2-1. Instrument cluster
119
is displayed, select “Trip information”.
played, select “History”.
2
Fuel consumption in the past 15
Best recorded fuel consumption
minutes
Latest fuel consumption
Regenerated energy in the past
Previous fuel consumption
15 minutes
record
One symbol indicates 30 Wh. Up to 5
Updating the latest fuel con-
symbols are shown.
sumption data
Current fuel consumption
Resetting the history data
Resetting the consumption data
The average fuel consumption his-
Average vehicle speed since the
tory is divided by color into past
hybrid system was started.
averages and the average fuel con-
Elapsed time since the hybrid
sumption since the last updated.
system was started.
Use the displayed average fuel
consumption as a reference.
Cruising range
The image is an example only, and may
Average fuel consumption for the
vary slightly from actual conditions.
past 15 minutes is divided by color
into past averages and averages
QUpdating the history data
attained since the power switch
Update the latest fuel consumption by
was last turned to ON. Use the dis-
selecting “Clip” to measure the current
played average fuel consumption
fuel consumption again.
as a reference.
QResetting the data
The fuel consumption data can be
The image is an example only, and may
deleted by selecting “Clear”.
vary slightly from actual conditions.
QCruising range
Q History
Displays the estimated maximum dis-
1 Press the “MENU” button.
tance that can be driven with the quan-
tity of fuel remaining.
2 Select “Info” on the “Menu
This distance is computed based on
screen.
your average fuel consumption.
As a result, the actual distance that can
If a screen other than “History” is dis-
120
2-1. Instrument cluster
be driven may differ from that displayed.
121
Before driving
3
3-1.
Key information
Keys
122
3-2.
Opening, closing and locking
the doors
Side doors
126
Back door
130
Smart entry & start system 134
3-3.
Adjusting the seats
3
Front seats
139
Rear seats
140
Head restraints
141
3-4.
Adjusting the steering wheel
and mirrors
Steering wheel
144
Inside rear view mirror
145
Outside rear view mirrors ..146
3-5.
Opening and closing the win-
dows
Power windows
149
122
3-1. Key information
• Operating the wireless remote control
Keys
function (→P.124)
Mechanical keys
The keys
Key number plate
The following keys are provided
with the vehicle.
Q When riding in an aircraft
X Vehicles without a smart entry &
When bringing a key with wireless
remote control function onto an aircraft,
start system
make sure you do not press any buttons
on the key while inside the aircraft cabin.
If you are carrying the key in your bag,
etc., ensure that the buttons are not
likely to be pressed accidentally. Press-
ing a button may cause the key to emit
radio waves that could interfere with the
operation of the aircraft.
QKey battery depletion (vehicles
without a smart entry & start sys-
tem)
OThe standard battery life is 1 to 2
Key (with a wireless remote con-
years.
trol function)
OThe battery will become depleted
even if the key is not used. The follow-
Operating the wireless remote control
ing symptoms indicate that the key
function (→P.124)
battery may be depleted. Replace the
battery when necessary. (→P.351)
Key (without a wireless remote
• The wireless remote control does not
control function)
operate.
• The detection area becomes smaller.
Key number plate
QKey battery depletion (vehicles
X Vehicles with a smart entry &
with a smart entry & start system)
start system
OThe standard battery life is 1 to 2
years.
OIf the battery becomes low, an alarm
will sound in the cabin and a message
will be shown on the multi-information
display when the hybrid system is
stopped.
O To reduce key battery depletion when
the electronic key is to not be used for
long periods of time, set the electronic
key to the battery-saving mode.
(→P.135)
Electronic keys
OAs the electronic key always receives
• Operating the smart entry & start sys-
radio waves, the battery will become
depleted even if the electronic key is
tem (→P.134)
not used. The following symptoms
3-1. Key information
123
indicate that the electronic key battery
NOTICE
may be depleted. Replace the battery
when necessary. (→P.351)
Q To prevent key damage
• The smart entry & start system or the
O Do not drop the keys, subject them
wireless remote control does not oper-
to strong shocks, or bend them.
ate.
• The detection area becomes smaller.
O Do not expose the keys to high
• The LED indicator on the key surface
temperatures for long periods of
does not turn on.
time.
O To avoid serious deterioration, do not
ODo not get the keys wet or wash
leave the electronic key within 1 m (3
them in an ultrasonic washer, etc.
ft.) of the following electrical appli-
ances that produce a magnetic field:
O Vehicles with a smart entry & start
• TVs
system: Do not attach metallic or
• Personal computers
magnetic materials to the keys or
• Cellular phones, cordless phones and
place the keys close to such materi-
battery chargers
als.
3
• Recharging cellular phones or cord-
less phones
O Do not disassemble the keys.
• Table lamps
O Do not attach a sticker or anything
• Induction cookers
else to the surface of the key.
OIf the electronic key is near the vehicle
for longer than necessary, even if the
O Vehicles with a smart entry & start
smart entry & start system is not oper-
system: Do not place the keys near
ated, the key battery may become
objects that produce magnetic
depleted faster than normal.
fields, such as TVs, audio systems
and induction cookers, or medical
QReplacing the battery
electrical equipment, such as low-
→P.351
frequency therapy equipment.
Q If “A New Key has been Registered
Q Carrying the electronic key on
Contact Your Dealer for Details” is
your person (vehicles with a
shown on the multi-information
smart entry & start system)
display (vehicles with a smart entry
Carry the electronic key 10 cm (3.9
& start system)
in.) or more away from electric appli-
This message will be displayed each
ances that are turned on. Radio
time the driver’s door is opened when
waves emitted from electric appli-
the doors are unlocked from the outside
ances within 10 cm (3.9 in.) of the
for approximately 10 days after a new
electronic key may interfere with the
electronic key has been registered.
key, causing the key to not function
If this message is displayed but you
properly.
have not had a new electronic key regis-
tered, ask any authorized Mazda retailer
QIn case of a smart entry & start
or Mazda authorized repairer, or any
system malfunction or other key-
reliable repairer to check if an unknown
related problems (vehicles with a
electronic key (other than those in your
smart entry & start system)
possession) has been registered.
→P.407
QIf a wrong key is used
The key cylinder rotates freely, isolated
from the internal mechanism.
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3-1. Key information
Closes the windows* (→P.126)
NOTICE
Q When an electronic key is lost
Unlocks the doors (→P.126)
(vehicles with a smart entry &
Opens the windows* (→P.126)
start system)
→P.407
*: This setting must be customized at
any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any
Wireless remote control
reliable repairer.
The keys are equipped with the fol-
QConditions affecting the operation
lowing wireless remote control:
of the wireless remote control
X Vehicles without a smart entry &
(vehicles without a smart entry &
start system)
start system
The wireless remote control function
may not operate normally in the follow-
ing situations:
O When the wireless key battery is
depleted
ONear a TV tower, electric power plant,
gas station, radio station, large dis-
play, airport or other facility that gen-
erates strong radio waves or electrical
noise
O When carrying a portable radio, cellu-
lar phone or other wireless communi-
Locks the doors (→P.126)
cation devices
Closes the windows* (→P.126)
O When the wireless key is in contact
with, or is covered by a metallic object
Unlocks the doors (→P.126)
O When another wireless key (that emits
Opens the windows* (→P.126)
radio waves) is being used nearby
OIf window tint with a metallic content or
X Vehicles with a smart entry &
metallic objects are attached to the
start system
rear window
QConditions affecting the operation
of the smart entry & start system or
wireless remote control (vehicles
with a smart entry & start system)
→P.135
Locks the doors (→P.126)
3-1. Key information
125
(→P.407)
Using the key (vehicles with-
out a smart entry & start
system)
QIf you lose your mechanical keys
→P.407
3
1 Releasing
QCertification for the wireless
remote control
To release the key, press the button
→P.453
2 Folding
To stow the key, press the button then
fold the key.
Using the mechanical key
(vehicles with a smart entry
& start system)
To take out the mechanical key,
slide the release lever
and take
the key out.
The mechanical key can only be
inserted in one direction, as the key
only has grooves on one side. If the
key cannot be inserted in a lock cyl-
inder, turn it over and re-attempt to
insert it.
After using the mechanical key,
store it in the electronic key. Carry
the mechanical key together with
the electronic key. If the electronic
key battery is depleted or the entry
function does not operate properly,
you will need the mechanical key.
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3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors
Q Wireless remote control
Side doors
X Vehicles without
a smart entry &
Unlocking and locking the
start system
doors from the outside
Q Using the entry function (vehi-
cles with a smart entry & start
system)
Carry the electronic key to enable
this function.
1 Locks all the doors
Check that the door is securely locked.
Press and hold to close the windows.*
2 Unlocks all the doors
Press and hold to open the windows.*
X Vehicles with a smart entry &
start system
1 Grip the front door handle to
unlock all the doors.
Make sure to touch the sensor on the
back of the handle.
The doors cannot be unlocked for 3
seconds after the doors are locked.
2 Touch the lock sensor (the
indentation on the side of the
front door handle) to lock all the
doors.
1 Locks all the doors
Check that the door is securely locked.
Check that the door is securely locked.
Press and hold to close the windows.*
2 Unlocks all the doors
Press and hold to open the windows.*
*: This setting must be customized at
any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any
reliable repairer.
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Q Key
that the doors have been
locked/unlocked using the entry function
Turning the key operates the doors
or wireless remote control. (Locked:
as follows:
Once; Unlocked: Twice)
X Vehicles without a smart entry &
A buzzer sounds to indicate that the win-
start system
dows are operating.
Q Security feature
X Vehicles without a smart entry & start
system
If a door is not opened within approxi-
mately 30 seconds after the vehicle is
unlocked using the wireless remote con-
trol, the security feature automatically
locks the vehicle again.
3
X Vehicles with a smart entry & start
system
1 Locks all the doors
If a door is not opened within approxi-
Turn and hold to close the windows.*
mately 30 seconds after the vehicle is
2 Unlocks all the doors
unlocked using the entry function or
Turn and hold to open the windows.*
wireless remote control, the security fea-
ture automatically locks the vehicle
*: This setting must be customized at
again.
any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any
Q When the door cannot be locked by
reliable repairer.
the lock sensor on the surface of
the front door handle (vehicles with
X Vehicles with a smart entry &
a smart entry & start system)
start system
If the doors cannot be locked by touch-
ing the lock sensor with a finger, touch
The doors can also be locked and
the lock sensor with the palm of your
unlocked with the mechanical key.
hand.
(→P.408)
If you are wearing gloves, remove them.
Q Operation signals
X Vehicles without a smart entry & start
system
The emergency flashers flash to indicate
that the doors have been
locked/unlocked using the wireless
remote control. (Locked: Once;
Unlocked: Twice)
Q Door lock buzzer (vehicles with a
smart entry & start system)
X Vehicles with a smart entry & start
If an attempt to lock the doors using the
system
entry function or wireless remote control
The emergency flashers flash to indicate
is made when a door is not fully closed,
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a buzzer will sound continuously for 5
• The hybrid system is started within 10
seconds. Fully close the door to stop the
minutes after opening and closing a
buzzer, and lock the doors again.
rear door.
• A rear door has been opened and
QAlarm (if equipped)
closed after the hybrid system was
Locking the doors will set the alarm sys-
started.
tem. (→P.83)
However, if a rear door is opened and
QConditions affecting the operation
then closed within approximately 2 sec-
of the smart entry & start system or
onds, the rear seat reminder function
wireless remote control
may not operate.
X Vehicles without a smart entry & start
system
OThe rear seat reminder function deter-
mines that luggage, etc., has been
→P.124
placed in a rear seat based on open-
X Vehicles with a smart entry & start
ing and closing of a rear door. There-
system
fore, depending on the situation, the
→P.135
rear seat reminder function may not
operate and you may still forget lug-
QIf the smart entry & start system or
gage, etc., in the rear seat, or it may
the wireless remote control does
operate unnecessarily.
not operate properly
OThe rear seat reminder function can
X Vehicles without a smart entry & start
be enabled/disabled. (→P.431)
system
Q Customization
Replace the key battery with a new one
Some functions can be customized.
if it is depleted. (→P.351)
(→P.431)
X Vehicles with a smart entry & start
system
WARNING
Use the mechanical key to lock and
Q To prevent an accident
unlock the doors. (→P.408)
Observe the following precautions
Replace the key battery with a new one
while driving the vehicle.
if it is depleted. (→P.351)
Failure to do so may result in a door
opening and an occupant being
QIf the 12-volt battery is discharged
thrown out of the vehicle, resulting in
(vehicles with a smart entry & start
death or serious injury.
system)
The doors cannot be locked and
OEnsure that all doors are properly
unlocked using the entry function or
closed and locked.
wireless remote control. Lock or unlock
O Do not pull the inside door handle
the doors using the mechanical key.
while driving.
(→P.408)
Be especially careful of the front
QRear seat reminder function
doors, as the doors may be opened
OIn order to remind you not to forget
even if the inside lock buttons are in
luggage, etc., in the rear seat, when
the locked position.
the power switch is turned to OFF
OSet the rear door child-protector
after any of the following conditions
locks when children are seated in
are met, a buzzer will sound and a
the rear seats.
message will be displayed on the
multi-information display for approxi-
mately 6 seconds.
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129
Q Inside lock buttons
WARNING
Q When opening or closing a door
Check the surroundings of the vehicle
such as whether the vehicle is on an
incline, whether there is enough
space for a door to open and whether
a strong wind is blowing. When open-
ing or closing the door, hold the door
handle tightly to prepare for any
unpredictable movement.
Q When using the wireless remote
control or the key and operating
1 Locks the door
the power windows
2 Unlocks the door
Operate the power windows after
checking to make sure that there is no
The front doors can be opened by pull-
3
possibility of any passenger having
ing the inside handle even if the lock
any of their body parts caught in the
buttons are in the lock position.
windows. Also, do not allow children
to operate the wireless remote control
or the key. It is possible for children
QLocking the front doors from the
and other passengers to get caught in
outside without a key
the power windows.
1
Move the inside lock button to the
lock position.
2
Close the door while pulling the door
Unlocking and locking the
handle.
doors from the inside
X Vehicles without a smart entry & start
system
Q Door lock switches (to
The door cannot be locked if the key is
lock/unlock)
in the power switch.
X Vehicles with a smart entry & start
system
The door cannot be locked if the power
switch is in ACC or ON, or the electronic
key is left inside the vehicle.
The key may not be detected correctly
and the door may be locked.
Q Open door warning buzzer
If a door or the back door is not fully
closed, a buzzer will sound when the
1 Locks all the doors
vehicle speed reaches 5 km/h (3 mph).
2 Unlocks all the doors
The open door(s) or back door is indi-
cated on the multi-information display.
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Rear door child-protector
Back door
lock
The back door can be
The door cannot be opened from
locked/unlocked and
inside the vehicle when lock is set.
opened/closed by the follow-
ing procedures.
WARNING
Observe the following precautions.
Failure to do so may result in death or
serious injury.
QCaution while driving
OKeep the back door closed while
driving. If the back door is left open,
it may hit near-by objects while driv-
ing or luggage may be unexpect-
edly thrown out, causing an
accident.
In addition, exhaust gases may
enter the vehicle, causing death or
1 Unlock
a serious health hazard. Make sure
2 Lock
to close the back door before driv-
ing.
These locks can be set to prevent chil-
dren from opening the rear doors. Push
O Before driving the vehicle, make
sure that the back door is fully
down on each rear door switch to lock
closed. If the back door is not fully
both rear doors.
closed, it may open unexpectedly
while driving, causing an accident.
O Never let anyone sit in the luggage
compartment. In the event of sud-
den braking or a collision, they are
susceptible to death or serious
injury.
QWhen children are in the vehicle
O Do not allow children to play in the
luggage compartment.
If a child is accidentally locked in
the luggage compartment, they
could have heat exhaustion or other
injuries.
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WARNING
OWhen closing the back door, take
extra care to prevent your fingers,
O Do not allow a child to open or
etc., from being caught.
close the back door.
Doing so may cause the back door
to move unexpectedly, or cause the
child’s hands, head, or neck to be
caught by the closing back door.
Q Operating the back door
Observe the following precautions.
Failure to do so may cause parts of
the body to be caught, resulting in
death or serious injury.
OWhen closing the back door, make
sure to press it lightly on its outer
O Remove any heavy loads, such as
surface. If the back door handle is
snow and ice, from the back door
used to fully close the back door, it
3
before opening it. Failure to do so
may result in hands or arms being
may cause the back door to sud-
caught.
denly shut again after it is opened.
O Do not pull on the back door
O When opening or closing the back
damper stay (→P.133) to close the
door, thoroughly check to make
back door, and do not hang on the
sure the surrounding area is safe.
back door damper stay. Doing so
may cause hands to be caught or
O If anyone is in the vicinity, make
the back door damper stay to
sure they are safe and let them
break, causing an accident.
know that the back door is about to
open or close.
O Use caution when opening or clos-
ing the back door in windy weather
as it may move abruptly in strong
wind.
O The back door may suddenly shut if
it is not opened fully. It is more diffi-
cult to open or close the back door
on an incline than on a level sur-
face, so beware of the back door
unexpectedly opening or closing by
itself. Make sure that the back door
is fully open and secure before
using the luggage compartment.
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WARNING
Unlocking and locking the
O If a bicycle carrier or similar heavy
back door from the inside
object is attached to the back door,
it may suddenly shut again after
Q Door lock switches
being opened, causing someone’s
→P.129
hands, head or neck to be caught
and injured. When installing an
accessory part to the back door,
Opening/closing the back
using a genuine Mazda part is rec-
ommended.
door
Q Open
Unlocking and locking the
Raise the back door while pushing
back door from the outside
up the back door opener switch.
Q Using the entry function (vehi-
The back door cannot be closed imme-
cles with a smart entry & start
diately after the back door opener
system)
switch is pushed.
1 Unlocks all the doors
Q Close
The door cannot be unlocked for 3 sec-
Lower the back door using a back
onds after the door is locked.
door handle, and then push the
2 Locks all the doors
back door from the outside to close
Check that the door is securely locked.
it.
Q Wireless remote control
Be careful not to pull the back door
sideways when closing the back
→P.126
door with the handle.
Q Key
→P.127
Q Operation signals
→P.127
3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors
133
O Do not attach any accessories
other than genuine Mazda parts to
the back door.
O Do not place your hand on the
damper stay or apply lateral forces
to it.
Q Open door warning buzzer
→P.129
QLuggage compartment light
OThe luggage compartment light turns
3
on when the back door is opened.
OIf the luggage compartment light is left
on when the power switch is turned
off, the light will go off automatically
after 20 minutes.
NOTICE
QBack door damper stays
The back door is equipped with
damper stays that hold the back door
in place.
Observe the following precautions.
Failure to do so may cause damage
to the back door damper stay, result-
ing in malfunction.
O Do not attach any foreign objects,
such as stickers, plastic sheets, or
adhesives to the damper stay rod.
ODo not touch the damper stay rod
with gloves or other fabric items.
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3-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors
QEffective range (areas within which
Smart entry & start sys-
the electronic key is detected)
tem*
*: If equipped
The following operations can
be performed simply by carry-
ing the electronic key on your
person, for example in your
pocket. The driver should
When locking or unlocking the doors
always carry the electronic
The system can be operated when the
key.
electronic key is within about 0.7 m (2.3
z Locks and unlocks the doors
ft.) of an outside front door handle and
(→P.126)
back door. (Only the doors detecting the
key can be operated.)
z Locks and unlocks the back
door (→P.132)
When starting the hybrid system or
z Starts the hybrid system
changing power switch modes
(→P.169)
The system can be operated when the
electronic key is inside the vehicle.
QAntenna location
QAlarms and warning messages
A combination of exterior and interior
buzzers as well as warning messages
shown on the multi-information display
are used to prevent theft of the vehicle
and accidents resulting from erroneous
operation. Take appropriate measures
based on the displayed message.
(→P.383)
When only an alarm sounds, circum-
stances and correction procedures are
as follows.
OExterior buzzer sounds once for 5
seconds
Correction
Situation
procedure
Antennas outside the cabin
Close all of
An attempt was made
the doors and
Antennas inside the cabin
to lock the vehicle while
lock the doors
a door was open.
Antenna outside the luggage com-
again.
partment
OInterior buzzer sounds continuously

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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