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4-5. Using the driving support systems
speed.
increased or decreased as follows:
Fine adjustment: By 1 km/h (0.6 mph)*1
or 1 mph (1.6 km/h)*2 each time the
switch is pressed
Large adjustment: Increases or
decreases in 5 km/h (3.1 mph)*1 or 5
mph (8 km/h)*2 increments for as long
as the switch is held
In the constant speed control mode
(→P.230), the set speed will be
increased or decreased as follows:
Adjusting the set speed
Fine adjustment: By 1 km/h (0.6 mph)*1
Q Adjusting the set speed by the
or 1 mph (1.6 km/h)*2 each time the
switch
switch is pressed
To change the set speed, press the
Large adjustment: The speed will con-
+RES” or “-SET” switch until the
tinue to change while the switch is held.
desired set speed is displayed.
*1: When the set speed is shown in
km/h
*2: When the set speed is shown in
MPH
Q Increasing the set speed by
the accelerator pedal
1 Accelerate with accelerator
pedal operation to the desired
vehicle speed
1 Increases the speed (Except
2 Press the “-SET” switch
when the vehicle has been
stopped by system control in
Changing the vehicle-to-
vehicle-to-vehicle distance con-
vehicle distance (vehicle-to-
trol mode)
vehicle distance control
2 Decreases the speed
mode)
Fine adjustment: Press the switch.
Pressing the switch changes the
Large adjustment: Press and hold the
vehicle-to-vehicle distance as fol-
switch to change the speed, and
lows:
release when the desired speed is
reached.
In the vehicle-to-vehicle distance
control mode, the set speed will be
4-5. Using the driving support systems
229
Distance
Vehicle-to-vehicle dis-
options
tance
Approximately 50 m (160
Long
ft.)
Approximately 40 m (130
Medium
ft.)
Approximately 30 m (100
Short
ft.)
1 Long
2 Medium
Resuming follow-up cruis-
3 Short
ing when the vehicle has
The vehicle-to-vehicle distance is set
been stopped by system
automatically to long mode when the
control (vehicle-to-vehicle
power switch is turned to ON.
distance control mode)
If a vehicle is running ahead of you, the
4
preceding vehicle mark
will also be
After the vehicle ahead of you
displayed.
starts off, press the “+RES” switch.
Your vehicle will also resume fol-
Vehicle-to-vehicle distance
low-up cruising if the accelerator
settings (vehicle-to-vehicle
pedal is depressed after the vehicle
distance control mode)
ahead of you starts off.
Select a distance from the table
below. Note that the distances
shown correspond to a vehicle
speed of 80 km/h (50 mph). Vehi-
cle-to-vehicle distance
increases/decreases in accor-
dance with vehicle speed. When
the vehicle is stopped by system
control, the vehicle stops at a cer-
tain vehicle-to-vehicle distance
depending on the situation.
230
4-5. Using the driving support systems
Canceling and resuming the
speed control
Q Warnings may
not occur when
In the following instances, warnings
may not occur even when the vehi-
1 Pressing the cancel switch can-
cle-to-vehicle distance is small.
cels the speed control.
z When the speed of the preceding
The speed control is also canceled
vehicle matches or exceeds your
when the brake pedal is depressed.
vehicle speed
(When the vehicle has been stopped by
system control, depressing the brake
z When the preceding vehicle is
pedal does not cancel the setting.)
traveling at an extremely slow
2 Pressing the “+RES” switch
speed
resumes the cruise control and
z Immediately after the cruise con-
returns vehicle speed to the set
trol speed was set
speed.
z When depressing the accelerator
pedal
Approach warning (vehicle-
to-vehicle distance control
Selecting constant speed
mode)
control mode
When your vehicle is too close to a
When constant speed control mode
vehicle ahead, and sufficient auto-
is selected, your vehicle will main-
matic deceleration via the cruise
tain a set speed without controlling
control is not possible, the display
the vehicle-to-vehicle distance.
will flash and the buzzer will sound
Select this mode only when vehi-
to alert the driver. An example of
cle-to-vehicle distance control
this would be if another driver cuts
mode does not function correctly
in front of you while you are follow-
due to a dirty radar, etc.
ing a vehicle. Depress the brake
1 With the cruise control off, press
pedal to ensure an appropriate
and hold the cruise control main
vehicle-to-vehicle distance.
switch for 1.5 seconds or more.
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231
Immediately after the switch is pressed,
Radar Cruise Control with
the dynamic radar cruise control indica-
tor will come on. Afterwards, it switches
Road Sign Assist
to the cruise control indicator.
Switching to constant speed control
When this function is enabled and
mode is only possible when operating
the system is operating in vehicle-
the switch with the cruise control off.
to-vehicle distance control mode
(→P.226), when a speed limit sign
is detected, the recognized speed
limit will be displayed with an
up/down arrow. The set speed can
be increased/reduced to the recog-
nized speed limit by pressing and
holding the “+RES”/“-SET” switch.
z When the current set speed is
2 Accelerate or decelerate, with
lower than the recognized speed
accelerator pedal operation, to
limit
4
the desired vehicle speed (at or
above approximately 30 km/h
[20 mph]) and press the “-SET
switch to set the speed.
Cruise control “SET” indicator will come
on.
The vehicle speed at the moment the
switch is released becomes the set
speed.
Adjusting the speed setting: →P.228
z Press and hold the “+RES
Canceling and resuming the speed set-
switch.
ting: →P.230
z When the current set speed is
higher than the recognized
speed limit
232
4-5. Using the driving support systems
z Press and hold the “-SET
QAutomatic cancelation of vehicle-
to-vehicle distance control mode
switch.
Vehicle-to-vehicle distance control mode
is automatically canceled in the follow-
Enabling/Disabling the
ing situations.
Radar Cruise Control with
OVSC is activated.
Road Sign Assist
OTRC is activated for a period of time.
O When the VSC or TRC system is
Radar Cruise Control with Road
turned off.
Sign Assist can be enabled/dis-
OThe sensor cannot detect correctly
because it is covered in some way.
abled in
on the multi-informa-
tion display. (→P.431)
OPre-collision braking is activated.
OThe parking brake is operated.
Q Dynamic radar cruise control with
OThe vehicle is stopped by system con-
full-speed range can be set when
trol on a steep incline.
OThe shift lever is in D.
OThe following are detected when the
vehicle has been stopped by system
OThe desired set speed can be set
control:
when the vehicle speed is approxi-
• The driver is not wearing a seat belt.
mately 30 km/h (20 mph) or more.
• The driver’s door is opened.
(However, when the vehicle speed is
• The vehicle has been stopped for
set while driving at below approxi-
about 3 minutes
mately 30 km/h [20 mph], the set
speed will be set to approximately 30
If vehicle-to-vehicle distance control
km/h [20 mph].)
mode is automatically canceled for any
reasons other than the above, there
QAccelerating after setting the vehi-
may be a malfunction in the system.
cle speed
Contact any authorized Mazda retailer
The vehicle can accelerate by operating
or Mazda authorized repairer, or any
the accelerator pedal. After accelerat-
reliable repairer.
ing, the set speed resumes. However,
QAutomatic cancelation of constant
during vehicle-to-vehicle distance con-
speed control mode
trol mode, the vehicle speed may
decrease below the set speed in order
Constant speed control mode is auto-
to maintain the distance to the preceding
matically canceled in the following situa-
vehicle.
tions:
OActual vehicle speed is more than
QWhen the vehicle stops while fol-
approximately 16 km/h (10 mph)
low-up cruising
below the set vehicle speed.
O Pressing the “+RES” switch while the
OActual vehicle speed falls below
vehicle ahead stops will resume fol-
approximately 30 km/h (20 mph).
low-up cruising if the vehicle ahead
starts off within approximately 3 sec-
OVSC is activated.
onds after the switch is pressed.
OTRC is activated for a period of time.
OIf the vehicle ahead starts off within 3
O When the VSC or TRC system is
seconds after your vehicle stops, fol-
turned off.
low-up cruising will be resumed.
OPre-collision braking is activated.
OThe parking brake is operated.
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233
If constant speed control mode is auto-
pedal when acceleration is required.
matically canceled for any reasons other
As the sensor may not be able to cor-
than the above, there may be a malfunc-
rectly detect these types of vehicles, the
tion in the system. Contact any autho-
approach warning (→P.230) may not be
rized Mazda retailer or Mazda
activated.
authorized repairer, or any reliable
O Vehicles that cut in suddenly
repairer.
O Vehicles traveling at low speeds
QThe Radar Cruise Control with
Road Sign Assist may not operate
O Vehicles that are not moving in the
properly when
same lane
As the Radar Cruise Control with Road
O Vehicles with small rear ends (trailers
Sign Assist may not operate properly in
with no load on board, etc.)
conditions in which RSA may not oper-
ate or detect correctly (→P.240), when
using this function, make sure to check
the speed limit sign displayed.
In the following situations, the set speed
may not be changed to the recognized
speed limit by pressing and holding the
+RES”/“-SET” switch.
4
OIf speed limit information is not avail-
able
O Motorcycles traveling in the same lane
OWhen the recognized speed limit is
O When water or snow thrown up by the
the same as the set speed
surrounding vehicles hinders the
detecting of the sensor
OWhen the recognized speed limit is
outside of the speed range that the
O When your vehicle is pointing
dynamic radar cruise control system
upwards (caused by a heavy load in
can operate
the luggage compartment, etc.)
Q Brake operation
A brake operation sound may be heard
and the brake pedal response may
change, but these are not malfunctions.
Q Warning messages and buzzers for
dynamic radar cruise control with
full-speed range
Warning messages and buzzers are
used to indicate a system malfunction or
OPreceding vehicle has an extremely
to inform the driver of the need for cau-
high ground clearance
tion while driving. If a warning message
is shown on the multi-information dis-
play, read the message and follow the
instructions. (→P.201, 383)
QWhen the sensor may not be cor-
rectly detecting the vehicle ahead
In the case of the following and depend-
ing on the conditions, operate the brake
pedal when deceleration of the system
is insufficient or operate the accelerator
234
4-5. Using the driving support systems
QConditions under which the vehi-
Speed limiter*
cle-to-vehicle distance control
mode may not function correctly
*: If equipped
In the case of the following conditions,
operate the brake pedal (or accelerator
A desired maximum speed can
pedal, depending on the situation) as
be set using the speed limiter
necessary.
switch. The speed limiter pre-
As the sensor may not be able to cor-
rectly detect vehicles ahead, the system
vents vehicle speed from
may not operate properly.
exceeding the set speed.
OWhen the road curves or when the
lanes are narrow
System components
Q Meter display
OWhen steering wheel operation or
your position in the lane is unstable
Indicators
Set speed
Q Operation switches
OWhen the vehicle ahead of you decel-
erates suddenly
OWhen driving on a road surrounded by
a structure, such as in a tunnel or on a
bridge
OWhile the vehicle speed is decreasing
to the set speed after the vehicle
accelerates by depressing the accel-
erator pedal
+RES” switch
Cancel switch
-SET” switch
Speed limiter main switch
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235
desired set speed is obtained.
Setting the vehicle speed
1 Press the speed limiter main
switch to activate the speed lim-
iter.
Speed limiter indicator will come on.
Press the switch again to deactivate the
speed limiter.
1 Increases the speed
2 Decreases the speed
Fine adjustment: Press the switch in
the desired direction.
Large adjustment: Press and hold
switch.
4
2 Accelerate or decelerate the
The set speed will be increased or
vehicle to the desired speed,
decreased as follows:
and press the “-SET” switch to
Fine adjustment: By 1 km/h (0.6 mph)*1
set the desired maximum
or 1 mph (1.6 km/h)*2 each time the
switch is pressed
speed.
Large adjustment: Increases or
The set speed is displayed on the multi-
information display.
decreases in 5 km/h (3.1 mph)*1 or 5
If the switch is pressed while the vehi-
mph (8 km/h)*2 increments for as long
cle speed is below 30 km/h (20 mph),
as the switch is held
the set speed will be 30 km/h (20 mph).
*1: When the set speed is shown in
km/h
*2: When the set speed is shown in
MPH
Adjusting the set speed
To change the set speed, press the
+RES” or “-SET” switch until the
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4-5. Using the driving support systems
Canceling and resuming the
WARNING
constant speed control
Q To avoid operating the speed lim-
iter by mistake
Switch the speed limiter off using the
speed limiter main switch when not in
use.
QSituations unsuitable for speed
limiter
Do not use speed limiter in any of the
following situations.
Doing so may result in loss of control
and could cause an accident resulting
in death or serious injury.
1 Pressing the cancel switch can-
OOn slippery roads, such as those
cels the speed limiter.
covered with rain, ice or snow
2 Pressing the “+RES” switch
OOn steep hills
resumes the speed limiter.
OWhen your vehicle is towing a
trailer or during emergency towing
Q Exceeding the set speed
In the following situations, the vehicle
speed exceeds the set speed and dis-
play characters will flash:
OWhen fully depressing the accelerator
pedal
OWhen driving down a slope
QAutomatic speed limiter cancel-
ation
The speed limiter is automatically can-
celed in any of the following situations:
O Cruise control is activated.
OWhen the VSC or TRC system is
turned off by pressing the VSC off
switch.
QIf the warning message for the
speed limiter is shown on the multi-
information display
Stop the hybrid system and then restart
the hybrid system. After restarting the
hybrid system, set the speed limiter. If
the speed limiter cannot be set, there
may be a malfunction in the speed lim-
iter. Have the vehicle inspected by any
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
authorized repairer, or any reliable
repairer.
4-5. Using the driving support systems
237
RSA (Road Sign Assist)*
Indication on the multi-infor-
mation display
*: If equipped
When the front camera recognizes
The RSA system recognizes
a sign and/or information of a sign
specific road signs using the
is available from the navigation sys-
front camera and/or naviga-
tem, the sign will be displayed on
tion system (when speed limit
the multi-information display.
information is available) to pro-
vide information to the driver
z When the driving support system
via the display.
information is selected, a maxi-
mum of 3 signs (vertical display)
or 2 signs (horizontal display)
can be displayed. (→P.99, 105)
4
If the system judges that the
vehicle is being driven over the
speed limit, performing prohib-
ited actions, etc., in relation to
the recognized road signs, it
notifies the driver using a noti-
fication display and notifica-
tion buzzer.
Vertical display
Horizontal display
WARNING
z
When a tab other than the driving
Q Before using the RSA
support system information is
Do not rely solely upon the RSA sys-
tem. RSA is a system which supports
selected, the following types of
the driver by providing information,
road signs will be displayed.
but it is not a replacement for a
(→P.99, 105)
driver’s own vision and awareness.
Drive safely by always paying careful
Speed limit begins/ends sign
attention to the traffic rules.
Speed limit related information sign
(Highway, Motorway, Urban area,
Residential area)
All canceled sign
238
4-5. Using the driving support systems
• No-entry sign* (when notification is
z Speed limit related information*
necessary)
• Speed limit with supplemental sign
Highway entrance
(Ramp way only)
*: For vehicles with navigation system
Highway exit
Motorway entrance
Motorway exit
If signs other than speed limit signs are
Urban area beginning
recognized, they will be displayed in an
overlapping stack under the current
speed limit sign.
Urban area ending
Supported types of road
signs
Urban area beginning
The following types of road signs,
including electronic signs and blink-
Urban area ending
ing signs, are recognized.
A non-official (not meeting the Vienna
Residential area beginning
Convention) or a recently introduced
traffic sign may not be recognized.
z Speed limit road signs
Residential area ending
Speed limit begins/Maxi-
mum speed zone begins
*:
Displayed when a sign is recognized
but speed limit information for the
Speed limit ends/Maximum
road is not available from the naviga-
speed zone ends
tion system
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239
z
No-overtaking road signs
ing on ramp way.
No overtaking begins
Notification function
In the following situations, the RSA
system will notify the driver.
No overtaking ends
z
When the vehicle speed exceeds
the speed notification threshold
z
Other road signs
of the speed limit sign displayed,
the sign display will be empha-
No-entry*
sized and a buzzer will sound.
z
When the RSA system recog-
All canceled
nizes a no-entry sign and detects
that the vehicle has entered a
no-entry area based on the map
Stop
information of the navigation sys-
4
tem, the no-entry sign flashes
*: For vehicles with navigation system
and a buzzer will sound. (For
vehicles with navigation system)
z Speed limit with supplemental
mark*1
z
If it is detected that your vehicle
is overtaking when a no overtak-
Wet
ing sign is displayed on the multi-
information display, the dis-
Rain
played sign will flash and a
buzzer will sound.
Ice
Depending on the situation, traffic
Supplemental mark
environment (traffic direction,
*2
exists
speed unit) may be detected incor-
rectly and a notification function
Exit ramp on right*3
may not operate properly.
Exit ramp on left*3
QSetting procedure
1
Press
/
(vertical display) or
Time
/
(horizontal display) of the
*1: Displayed simultaneously with speed
meter control switches and select
limit
*2: Contents not recognized.
*3: Displayed when system detects driv-
240
4-5. Using the driving support systems
O A sign resembling a system compati-
2
Press
/
(vertical display) or
ble sign is recognized.
/
(horizontal display) of the
O Roundabout exit road speed signs
meter control switches and select
may be detected and displayed (if
positioned in sight of the front camera)
, then press
while traveling on a roundabout.
QAutomatic turn-off of RSA sign dis-
OThe front of the vehicle is raised or
play
lowered due to the carried load.
One or more signs automatically turn off
OThe surrounding brightness is not suf-
in the following situations.
ficient or changes suddenly.
O A new sign is not recognized for a cer-
O When a sign intended for trucks, etc.,
tain distance.
is recognized.
OThe road changes due to a left or right
OThe vehicle is driven in a country with
turn, etc.
a different direction of traffic.
QConditions in which the function
OThe navigation system map data is
may not operate or detect correctly
outdated.
In the following situations, RSA does not
OThe navigation system is not operat-
operate normally and may not recognize
ing.
signs, display the incorrect sign, etc.
However, this does not indicate a mal-
OThe speed information displayed on
function.
the meter and that displayed on the
navigation system may be different
OThe front camera is misaligned due to
due to the navigation system using
a strong impact being applied to the
map data.
sensor, etc.
QSpeed limit sign display
O Dirt, snow, stickers, etc., are on the
windshield near the front camera.
If the power switch was last turned off
while a speed limit sign was displayed
OIn inclement weather such as heavy
on the multi-information display, the
rain, fog, snow or sand storms.
same sign displays again when the
OLight from an oncoming vehicle, the
power switch is turned to ON.
sun, etc., enters the front camera.
QIf “RSA Malfunction Visit Your
OThe sign is dirty, faded, tilted or bent.
Dealer” is shown
OThe contrast of electronic sign is low.
The system may be malfunctioning.
Have the vehicle inspected by any
OAll or part of the sign is hidden by the
leaves of a tree, a pole, etc.
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
authorized repairer, or any reliable
OThe sign is only visible to the front
repairer.
camera for a short amount of time.
Q Customization
OThe driving scene (turning, lane
change, etc.) is judged incorrectly.
Some functions can be customized.
(→P.431)
OEven if it is a sign not appropriate for
the currently traveled lane, such as a
sign exists directly before/after free-
way branches or in side road, it may
be displayed.
OStickers are attached to the rear of the
preceding vehicle.
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241
BSM (Blind Spot Moni-
System components
tor)*
*: If equipped
The Blind Spot Monitor is a
system that uses rear side
radar sensors installed on the
inner side of the rear bumper
on the left and right side to
assist the driver in confirming
safety when changing lanes.
Meter control
switches
Turning the Blind Spot Monitor on/off.
WARNING
Outside rear view mirror indica-
QCautions regarding the use of
tors
the system
The driver is solely responsible for
When a vehicle is detected in a blind
4
safe driving. Always drive safely, tak-
spot of the outside rear view mirrors or
ing care to observe your surround-
approaching rapidly from behind into a
ings.
blind spot, the outside rear view mirror
The Blind Spot Monitor is a supple-
indicator on the detected side will illumi-
mentary function which alerts the
nate. If the turn signal lever is operated
driver that a vehicle is in a blind spot
of the outside rear view mirrors or is
toward the detected side, the outside
approaching rapidly from behind into
rear view mirror indicator flashes.
a blind spot. Do not overly rely on the
BSM OFF indicator
Blind Spot Monitor. As the function
cannot judge if it is safe to change
Illuminates when the Blind Spot Monitor
lanes, over reliance could lead to an
is disabled.
accident resulting in death or serious
injury.
Q Outside rear view mirror indicator
As the system may not function cor-
visibility
rectly under certain conditions, the
driver’s own visual confirmation of
In strong sunlight, the outside rear view
safety is necessary.
mirror indicator may be difficult to see.
Q When “Blind Spot Monitor Unavail-
able See Owner’s Manual” is
shown on the multi-information
display
Ice, snow, mud, etc., may be attached to
the rear bumper around the sensors.
(→P.242) The system should return to
normal operation after removing the ice,
snow, mud, etc., from the rear bumper.
Additionally, the sensors may not oper-
ate normally when driving in extremely
hot or cold environments.
242
4-5. Using the driving support systems
QWhen “Blind Spot Monitor Malfunc-
OKeep the sensors and the sur-
tion Visit Your Dealer” is shown on
rounding areas on the rear bumper
the multi-information display
clean at all times.
There may be a sensor malfunction of
If a sensor or its surrounding area on
misaligned. Have the vehicle inspected
the rear bumper is dirty or covered
by any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any reli-
with snow, the Blind Spot Monitor may
able repairer.
not operate and a warning message
(→P.241) will be displayed. In this sit-
Q Customization
uation, clear off the dirt or snow and
Some functions can be customized.
(→P.431)
drive the vehicle with the operation
conditions of the BSM function
QCertifications for the Blind Spot
(→P.245) satisfied for approximately
Monitor
10 minutes. If the warning message
→P.554
does not disappear, have the vehicle
inspected by any authorized Mazda
WARNING
retailer or Mazda authorized repairer,
QHandling the rear side radar sen-
or any reliable repairer.
sor
Blind Spot Monitor sensors are
installed behind the left and right
sides of the rear bumper respectively.
Observe the following to ensure the
Blind Spot Monitor can operate cor-
rectly.
O Do not attach accessories, stickers
(including transparent stickers), alu-
minum tape, etc., to a sensor or its
surrounding area on the rear
bumper.
O Do not subject a sensor or its sur-
rounding area on the rear bumper
to a strong impact.
If a sensor is moved even slightly
off position, the system may mal-
function and vehicles may not be
detected correctly.
In the following situations, have
your vehicle inspected by any
authorized Mazda retailer or Mazda
authorized repairer, or any reliable
repairer.
• A sensor or its surrounding area is
subject to a strong impact.
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243
WARNING
Turning the Blind Spot Moni-
• If the surrounding area of a sensor
tor on/off
is scratched or dented, or part of
them has become disconnected.
Use the meter control switches to
turn on/off the function.
O Do not disassemble the sensor.
O Do not modify the sensor or sur-
1 Press
/
(vertical display)
rounding area on the rear bumper.
or
/
(horizontal display)
O If a sensor or the rear bumper
of the meter control switch to
needs to be removed/installed or
replaced, contact any authorized
select
Mazda retailer or Mazda authorized
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
2 Press
/
(vertical display)
O Do not paint the rear bumper any
or
/
(horizontal display)
color other than an official Mazda
of the meter control switch to
color.
select
and then press
4
Blind Spot Monitor operation
Q Vehicles that can be detected by the Blind Spot Monitor
The Blind Spot Monitor uses rear side radar sensors to detect the following
vehicles traveling in adjacent lanes and advises the driver of the presence
of such vehicles via the indicators on the outside rear view mirrors.
Vehicles that are traveling in areas that are not visible using the outside
rear view mirrors (the blind spots)
Vehicles that are approaching rapidly from behind in areas that are not
visible using the outside rear view mirrors (the blind spots)
244
4-5. Using the driving support systems
Q The Blind Spot Monitor detection areas
The areas that vehicles can be detected in are outlined below.
The range of each detection area is:
Approximately 0.5 m (1.6 ft.) to 3.5 m (11.5 ft.) from either side of the
vehicle*1
Approximately 1 m (3.3 ft.) forward of the rear bumper
Approximately 3 m (9.8 ft.) from the rear bumper
Approximately 3 m (9.8 ft.) to 60 m (197 ft.) from the rear bumper*2
*1: The area between the side of the vehicle and 0.5 m (1.6 ft.) from the side of the
vehicle cannot be detected.
*2: The greater the difference in speed between your vehicle and the detected vehi-
cle is, the farther away the vehicle will be detected, causing the outside rear view
mirror indicator to illuminate or flash.
O You overtake a vehicle in adjacent
QThe Blind Spot Monitor is opera-
lane slowly.
tional when
OAnother vehicle enters the detection
The Blind Spot Monitor is operational
area when it changes lanes.
when all of the following conditions are
QConditions under which the Blind
met:
Spot Monitor will not detect a vehi-
OThe Blind Spot Monitor is on.
cle
OThe shift lever is in a position other
The Blind Spot Monitor is not designed
than R.
to detect the following types of vehicles
OThe vehicle speed is greater than
and/or objects:
approximately 16 km/h (10 mph).
OSmall motorcycles, bicycles, pedestri-
ans, etc.*
QThe Blind Spot Monitor will detect a
vehicle when
O Vehicles traveling in the opposite
The Blind Spot Monitor will detect a
direction
vehicle present in the detection area in
O Guardrails, walls, signs, parked vehi-
the following situations:
cles and similar stationary objects*
O A vehicle in an adjacent lane over-
OFollowing vehicles that are in the
takes your vehicle.
same lane*
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O Vehicles traveling 2 lanes away from
• When towing a trailer
your vehicle*
• When an accessory (such as a bicycle
carrier) is installed to the rear of the
O Vehicles which are being overtaken
vehicle
rapidly by your vehicle*
• When there is a significant difference
*: Depending on the conditions, detec-
in height between your vehicle and
tion of a vehicle and/or object may
the vehicle that enters the detection
occur.
area
• Immediately after the Blind Spot Moni-
QConditions under which the Blind
tor is turned on
Spot Monitor may not function cor-
OInstances of the Blind Spot Monitor
rectly
unnecessarily detecting a vehicle
OThe Blind Spot Monitor may not detect
and/or object may increase in the fol-
vehicles correctly in the following situ-
lowing situations:
ations:
When the sensor is misaligned due to
When the sensor is misaligned due to
a strong impact to the sensor or its
a strong impact to the sensor or its
surrounding area
surrounding area
When the distance between your vehi-
When mud, snow, ice, a sticker, etc.,
cle and a guardrail, wall, etc., that
is covering the sensor or surrounding
enters the detection area is short
area on the rear bumper
When driving up and down consecu-
4
When driving on a road surface that is
tive steep inclines, such as hills, dips
wet with standing water during bad
in the road, etc.
weather, such as heavy rain, snow, or
When vehicle lanes are narrow, or
fog
when driving on the edge of a lane,
When multiple vehicles are approach-
and a vehicle traveling in a lane other
ing with only a small gap between
than the adjacent lanes enters the
each vehicle
detection area
When the distance between your vehi-
When driving on roads with sharp
cle and a following vehicle is short
bends, consecutive curves, or uneven
When there is a significant difference
surfaces
in speed between your vehicle and
When the tires are slipping or spinning
the vehicle that enters the detection
When the distance between your vehi-
area
cle and a following vehicle is short
When the difference in speed
When an accessory (such as a bicycle
between your vehicle and another
carrier) is installed to the rear of the
vehicle is changing
vehicle
When a vehicle enters a detection
area traveling at about the same
speed as your vehicle
As your vehicle starts from a stop, a
vehicle remains in the detection area
When driving up and down consecu-
tive steep inclines, such as hills, dips
in the road, etc.
When driving on roads with sharp
bends, consecutive curves, or uneven
surfaces
When vehicle lanes are wide, or when
driving on the edge of a lane, and the
vehicle in an adjacent lane is far away
from your vehicle
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parking assist-sensor*
*: If equipped
The distance from your vehicle
to objects, such as a wall,
when parallel parking or
maneuvering into a garage is
measured by the sensors and
communicated via the multi-
Front corner sensor detection
information display and a
Front center sensor detection
buzzer. Always check the sur-
rounding area when using this
Rear corner sensor detection
system.
Rear center sensor detection
System components
Turning parking assist-sen-
sor on/off
Q Types of sensors
Use the meter control switches to
enable/disable the parking assist-
sensor. (→P.100, 106)
1 Press
/
(vertical display)
or
/
(horizontal display)
of the meter control switch to
select
Front corner sensors
2 Press
/
(vertical display)
Front center sensors
or
/
(horizontal display)
of the meter control switch to
Rear corner sensors
Rear center sensors
select
and then press
Q Display
When the parking assist-sensor
function is disabled, the parking
When the sensors detect an object,
assist-sensor OFF indicator
such as a wall, a graphic is shown
(→P.88) illuminates.
on the multi-information display
depending on the position and dis-
tance to the object.
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To re-enable the system when it
O A non-genuine Mazda suspension
was disabled, select
on the
(lowered suspension, etc.) is
installed.
multi-information display, select
and then on. If disabled using this
O Towing eyelets are installed.
method, the system will not be re-
O A backlit license plate is installed.
enabled by turning the power
QWhen using parking assist-sen-
switch off and then to ON.
sor
In the following situations, the system
WARNING
may not function correctly due to a
sensor malfunction, etc. Have the
Q When using the parking assist-
vehicle checked by any authorized
sensor
Mazda retailer or Mazda authorized
Observe the following precautions.
repairer, or any reliable repairer.
Failing to do so may result in the vehi-
cle being unable to be driven safely
OThe parking assist-sensor opera-
and possibly cause an accident.
tion display flashes or shows con-
tinuously, and a beep sounds when
O Do not use the sensor at speeds in
no objects are detected.
excess of 10 km/h (6 mph).
4
OIf the area around a sensor collides
O The sensors’ detection areas and
with something, or is subjected to
reaction times are limited. When
strong impact.
moving forward or reversing, check
the areas surrounding the vehicle
OIf the bumper or grille collides with
(especially the sides of the vehicle)
something.
for safety, and drive slowly, using
the brake to control the vehicle’s
OIf the display flashes or is displayed
speed.
continuously and a buzzer does not
sound, except when the mute func-
O Do not install accessories within the
tion has been turned on.
sensors’ detection areas.
OIf a display error occurs, first check
O The area directly under the bum-
the sensor.
pers is not detected.
If the error occurs even when there
Thin posts or objects lower than the
is no ice, snow or mud on the sen-
sensor may not be detected when
sor, it is likely that the sensor is mal-
approached, even if they have been
functioning.
detected before.
Q Notes when washing the vehicle
Q When to disable the function
Do not apply intensive bursts of water
In the following situations, disable the
or steam to the sensor area.
function as it may operate even
Doing so may result in the sensor
though there is no possibility of a colli-
malfunctioning.
sion.
O The vehicle is equipped with a
fender pole, wireless antenna or fog
lights.
O The front or rear bumper or a sen-
sor receives a strong impact.
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sensor, it may not be detected.
WARNING
OThere will be a short delay between
O When using a high pressure
object detection and display. Even at
washer to wash the vehicle, do not
low speeds, there is a possibility that
spray the sensors directly, as doing
the object will come within the sen-
so may cause a sensor to malfunc-
sor’s detection areas before the dis-
tion.
play is shown and the warning beep
sounds.
O When using steam to clean the
vehicle, do not direct steam too
OIt might be difficult to hear the buzzer
close to the sensors as doing so
due to the volume of the audio system
may cause a sensor to malfunction.
or air flow noise of the air conditioning
system.
OIt may be difficult to hear the buzzer if
QThe system can be operated when
buzzers for other systems are sound-
ing.
OThe power switch is in ON.
Oparking assist-sensor function is on.
QConditions under which the func-
tion may not function correctly
OThe vehicle speed is less than about
Certain vehicle conditions and the sur-
10 km/h (6 mph).
rounding environment may affect the
O A shift lever other than P is selected.
ability of a sensor to correctly detect
OSteering wheel is turned approxi-
objects. Particular instances where this
mately 90° or more (Front side sen-
may occur are listed below.
sors, rear side sensors) (if equipped)
OThere is dirt, snow, water drops or ice
QIf “Clean Parking Assist Sensor” is
on a sensor. (Cleaning the sensors
displayed on the multi-information
will resolve this problem.)
display
O A sensor is frozen. (Thawing the area
A sensor may be covered with water
will resolve this problem.)
drops, ice, snow, dirt, etc. Remove the
In especially cold weather, if a sensor
water drops, ice, snow, dirt, etc., from
is frozen the sensor display may be
the sensor to return the system to nor-
displayed abnormally, or objects, such
mal.
as a wall, may not be detected.
Also, due to ice forming on a sensor at
O A sensor is covered in any way.
low temperatures, a warning message
O When a sensor or the area around a
may be displayed or the sensor may not
sensor is extremely hot or cold.
be able to detect an object. Once the ice
melts, the system will return to normal.
O On an extremely bumpy road, on an
incline, on gravel, or on grass.
QSensor detection information
OThe vicinity of the vehicle is noisy due
The following situations may occur
to vehicle horns, motorcycle engines,
during use.
air brakes of large vehicles, or other
OThe sensors may be able to only
loud noises producing ultrasonic
detect objects near the front and rear
waves.
bumpers.
OThere is another vehicle equipped
O Depending on the shape of the object
with parking assist sensors in the
and other factors, the detection dis-
vicinity.
tance may shorten, or detection may
O A sensor is coated with a sheet of
be impossible.
spray or heavy rain.
OIf an object is extremely close to a
OIf a sensor is hit by a large amount of
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water, such as when driving on a
Sensor detection display,
flooded road.
object distance
OIf the vehicle is significantly tilted.
OThe vehicle is approaching a tall or
Q Detection range of the sensors
curved curb.
OIf objects draw too close to the sensor.
Q Objects which may not be properly
detected
The shape of the object may prevent the
sensor from detecting it. Pay particular
attention to the following objects:
OWires, fences, ropes, etc.
O Cotton, snow and other materials that
absorb sound waves
OSharply-angled objects
OLow objects
O Tall objects with upper sections pro-
4
jecting outwards in the direction of
your vehicle
Approximately 100 cm (3.3 ft.)
People may not be detected if they are
wearing certain types of clothing.
Approximately 150 cm (4.9 ft.)
Approximately 60 cm (2.0 ft.)
The diagram shows the detection range
of the sensors. Note that the sensors
cannot detect objects that are
extremely close to the vehicle.
The range of the sensors may change
depending on the shape of the object,
etc.
Q The distance and buzzer
Approximate distance to obstacle
Buzzer
Front sensor:
100 cm to 60 cm (3.3 ft. to 2.0 ft.)*
Slow
Rear sensor:
150 cm to 60 cm (4.9 ft. to 2.0 ft.)*
60 cm to 45 cm (2.0 ft. to 1.5 ft.)*
Medium
45 cm to 30 cm (1.5 ft. to 1.0 ft.)*
Fast
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Approximate distance to obstacle
Buzzer
30 cm to 15 cm (1.0 ft. to 0.5 ft.)
Continuous
Less than 15 cm (0.5 ft.)
*: Automatic buzzer mute function is enabled. (→P.250)
Q Buzzer operation and dis-
2 Press
/
(vertical display)
tance to an object
or
/
(horizontal display)
A buzzer sounds when the sensors
of the meter control switch to
are operating.
select
and then press and
z The buzzer beeps faster as the
vehicle approaches an object.
hold
When the vehicle comes within
3 Select the volume and then
approximately 30 cm (1.0 ft.) of
press
the object, the buzzer sounds
continuously.
Each time the switch is pressed, the
volume level will change between 1, 2,
z When 2 or more objects are
and 3.
detected simultaneously, the
Q Muting a buzzer
buzzer sounds for the nearest
A mute button will be displayed on
object.
the multi-information display when
z Even when the sensors are oper-
an object is detected. To mute the
ating, the buzzer will be muted in
buzzer, press
some situations. (automatic
The buzzers for the parking assist-
buzzer mute function)
sensor and RCTA function (if
Q Adjusting the buzzer volume
equipped) will be muted simultane-
The buzzer volume can be adjusted
ously.
on the multi-information display.
Mute will be canceled automatically
Use the meter control switches to
in the following situations:
change settings. (→P.100, 106)
z When the shift lever is changed.
1 Press
/
(vertical display)
z When the vehicle speed exceeds
a certain speed.
or
/
(horizontal display)
z When there is a malfunction in a
of the meter control switch to
sensor or the system is tempo-
select
rarily unavailable.
z When the operating function is
disabled manually.
z When the power switch is turned
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off.
RCTA (Rear Crossing
Traffic Alert)*
*: If equipped
The RCTA function uses the
BSM rear side radar sensors
installed behind the rear
bumper. This function is
intended to assist the driver in
checking areas that are not
easily visible when backing
up.
WARNING
QCautions regarding the use of
the function
4
The driver is solely responsible for
safe driving. Always drive safely, tak-
ing care to observe your surround-
ings.
The RCTA function is only a supple-
mentary function which alerts the
driver that a vehicle is approaching
from the right or left at the rear of the
vehicle. As the RCTA function may
not function correctly under certain
conditions, the driver’s own visual
confirmation of safety is necessary.
Over reliance on this function may
lead to an accident resulting death or
serious injury.
System components
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Meter control switches
Q Outside rear view mirror indicator
Turning the RCTA function on/off.
visibility
Outside rear view mirror indica-
When under strong sunlight, the outside
rear view mirror indicator may be difficult
tors
to see.
When a vehicle approaching from the
QHearing the RCTA buzzer
right or left at the rear of the vehicle is
The RCTA buzzer may be difficult to
detected, both outside rear view mirror
hear over loud noises, such as if the
indicators will flash.
audio system volume is high.
RCTA buzzer
Q When “Rear Cross Traffic Alert
Unavailable See Owner’s Manual
If a vehicle approaching from the right
is shown on the multi-information
or left at the rear of the vehicle is
display
detected, a buzzer will sound.
The sensor voltage has become abnor-
mal, or water, snow, mud, etc., may be
built up in the vicinity of the sensor area
Turning the RCTA function
of the position above the rear bumper.
on/off
(→P.242) Removing the water, snow,
mud, etc., from the vicinity of the sensor
Use the meter control switches to
area should return it to normal. Also, the
sensor may not function normally when
turn on/off the function. (→P.100,
used in extremely hot or cold weather.
106)
QWhen “Rear Cross Traffic Alert Mal-
1 Press
/
(vertical display)
function Visit Your Dealer” is
shown on the multi-information
or
/
(horizontal display)
display
of the meter control switch to
There may be a sensor malfunction of
misaligned. Have the vehicle inspected
select
by any authorized Mazda retailer or
Mazda authorized repairer, or any reli-
2 Press
/
(vertical display)
able repairer.
or
/
(horizontal display)
Q Rear side radar sensors
→P.242
of the meter control switch to
select “RCTA” and then press
RCTA function
Q Operation of the RCTA func-
When the RCTA function is disabled,
the RCTA OFF indicator (→P.88) illumi-
tion
nates. (Each time the power switch is
The RCTA function uses rear side
turned off then changed to ON, the
RCTA function will be enabled automat-
radar sensors to detect vehicles
ically.)
approaching from the right or left at
the rear of the vehicle and alerts
the driver of the presence of such
vehicles by flashing the outside
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rear view mirror indicators and
QThe RCTA function is operational
sounding a buzzer.
when
The RCTA function operates when all of
the following conditions are met:
OThe power switch is in ON.
OThe RCTA function is on.
OThe shift lever is in R.
OThe vehicle speed is less than
approximately 8 km/h (5 mph).
OThe approaching vehicle speed is
between approximately 8 km/h (5
mph) and 28 km/h (18 mph).
Approaching vehicles
QAdjusting the buzzer volume
Detection areas of approaching
The buzzer volume can be adjusted on
vehicles
the multi-information display.
Use the meter control switches to
Q RCTA function detection areas
change settings. (→P.100, 106)
4
The areas that vehicles can be
1
Press
/
(vertical display) or
detected in are outlined below.
/
(horizontal display) of the
meter control switch to select
2
Press
/
(vertical display) or
/
(horizontal display) of the
meter control switch to select
RCTA” and then press and hold
3
Select the volume and then press
The buzzer can alert the driver of
Each time the switch is pressed, the vol-
faster vehicles approaching from
ume level will change between 1, 2 and
3.
farther away.
Q Muting a buzzer temporarily
Example:
A mute button will be displayed on the
Approaching vehi-
Approximate
multi-information display when a vehi-
cles or an object is detected. To mute
cle speed
alert distance
the buzzer, press
28 km/h (18 mph)
The buzzers for the parking assist-sen-
20 m (65 ft.)
(fast)
sor and RCTA function will be muted
simultaneously.
8 km/h (5 mph)
5.5 m (18 ft.)
(slow)
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Mute will be canceled automatically in
Q Conditions under which the RCTA
the following situations:
function may not function correctly
OWhen the shift lever is changed.
OThe RCTA function may not detect
vehicles correctly in the following situ-
OWhen the vehicle speed exceeds a
ations:
certain speed.
When a sensor is misaligned due to a
OWhen there is a malfunction in a sen-
strong impact to the sensor or its sur-
sor or the system is temporarily
rounding area
unavailable.
When mud, snow, ice, a sticker, etc.,
OWhen the operating function is dis-
is covering a sensor or its surrounding
abled manually.
area on the rear bumper
When driving on a road surface that is
OWhen the power switch is turned off.
wet with standing water during bad
QConditions under which the RCTA
weather, such as heavy rain, snow, or
function will not detect a vehicle
fog
When multiple vehicles are approach-
The RCTA function is not designed to
ing with only a small gap between
detect the following types of vehicles
each vehicle
and/or objects:
If a vehicle is approaching the rear of
O Vehicles approaching from directly
your vehicle rapidly
behind
When a towing eyelet is installed to
O Vehicles backing up in a parking
the rear of the vehicle.
space next to your vehicle
When backing up on a slope with a
sharp change in grade
O Vehicles that the sensors cannot
detect due to obstructions
O Guardrails, walls, signs, parked vehi-
cles and similar stationary objects*
OSmall motorcycles, bicycles, pedestri-
ans, etc.*
O Vehicles moving away from your vehi-
cle
• When backing out of a shallow angle
O Vehicles approaching from the park-
parking spot
ing spaces next to your vehicle*
*: Depending on the conditions, detec-
tion of a vehicle and/or object may
occur.
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• Immediately after the RCTA function
PKSB (Parking Support
is turned on
• Immediately after the hybrid system is
Brake)*
started with the RCTA function on
• When the sensors cannot detect a
*: If equipped
vehicle due to obstructions
The Parking Support Brake
system consists of the follow-
ing functions that operate
when driving at a low speed or
backing up, such as when
parking. When the system
determines that a collision
OInstances of the RCTA function
with a detected object is high,
unnecessarily detecting a vehicle
a warning operates to urge the
and/or object may increase in the fol-
driver to take evasive action. If
lowing situations:
• When a vehicle passes by the side of
the system determines that the
your vehicle
4
possibility of a collision with a
• When the parking space faces a street
detected object is extremely
and vehicles are being driven on the
street
high, the brakes are automati-
cally applied to help avoid the
collision or help reduce the
impact of the collision.
PKSB (Parking Support
Brake) system
• When the distance between your vehi-
Q Parking Support Brake func-
cle and metal objects, such as a
tion (static objects)
guardrail, wall, sign, or parked vehicle,
which may reflect electrical waves
→P.260
toward the rear of the vehicle, is short
• When a towing eyelet is installed to
Q Parking Support Brake func-
the rear of the vehicle
tion (rear-crossing vehicles)
→P.266
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WARNING
NOTICE
Q Limitations of the Parking Sup-
Q If “PKSB Unavailable” is dis-
port Brake system
played on the multi-information
display and the PKSB OFF indi-
Do not overly rely on the system, as
cator is on
doing so may lead to an accident.
If this message is displayed immedi-
Always drive while checking the
ately after the power switch is
safety of the surroundings of the vehi-
changed to ON, operate the vehicle
cle.
carefully, paying attention to your sur-
Depending on the vehicle and road
roundings. It may be necessary to
conditions, weather, etc., the system
drive the vehicle for a certain amount
may not operate.
of time before the system returns to
The detection capabilities of sensors
normal. (If the system does not return
and radars are limited. Always drive
to normal after driving for a while,
while checking the safety of the sur-
clean the sensors and their surround-
roundings of the vehicle.
ing area on the bumpers.)
O The driver is solely responsible for
safe driving. Always drive carefully,
Enabling/Disabling the Park-
taking care to observe your sur-
ing Support Brake
roundings. The Parking Support
Brake system is designed to pro-
vide support to lessen the severity
The Parking Support Brake can be
of collisions. However, it may not
enabled/disabled on the multi-infor-
operate in some situations.
mation display. All of the Parking
O The Parking Support Brake system
Support Brake functions (static
is not designed to stop the vehicle
objects and rear-crossing vehicles)
completely. Additionally, even if the
system has stopped the vehicle, it
are enabled/disabled simultane-
is necessary to depress the brake
ously.
pedal immediately as brake control
will be canceled after approximately
Use the meter control switches to
2 seconds.
enable/disable the parking support
brake. (→P.100, 106)
1 Press
/
(vertical display)
or
/
(horizontal display)
of the meter control switch to
select
2 Press
/
(vertical display)
or
/
(horizontal display)
of the meter control switch to
select
and then press
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257
When the Parking Support Brake is dis-
The system has determined that stron-
abled, the PKSB OFF indicator (→P.88)
ger-than-normal brake operation is nec-
illuminates.
essary.
To re-enable the system when it was
Multi-information display and head-up
disabled, select
on the multi-infor-
display (if equipped): “BRAKE!
mation display, select
and then
PKSB OFF indicator: Not illuminated
On. If disabled using this method, the
system will not be re-enabled by turning
Buzzer: Short beep
the power switch off and then to ON.
z Brake control is operating
The system determined that emer-
Displays and buzzers for
gency braking is necessary.
hybrid system output
Multi-information display and head-up
restriction control and brake
display (if equipped): “BRAKE!
control
PKSB OFF indicator: Not illuminated
Buzzer: Short beep
If the hybrid system output restric-
tion control or brake control oper-
z Vehicle stopped by system oper-
4
ates, a buzzer will sound and a
ation
message will be displayed on the
The vehicle has been stopped by brake
multi-information display and head-
control operation.
up display (if equipped) to alert the
Multi-information display and head-up
driver.
display (if equipped): “Switch to Brake
(If the accelerator pedal is not
Depending on the situation, hybrid sys-
depressed, “Press Brake Pedal” will be
tem output restriction control will oper-
displayed.)
ate to either limit acceleration or restrict
output as much as possible.
PKSB OFF indicator: Illuminated
Buzzer: Short beep
z Hybrid system output restriction
control is operating (accelera-
tion restriction)
System overview
Acceleration greater than a certain
If the Parking Support Brake deter-
amount is restricted by the system.
mines that a collision with a
Multi-information display: “Object
detected object is possible, the
Detected Acceleration Reduced
hybrid system output will be
Head-up display (if equipped): No
restricted to restrain any increase in
warning displayed
the vehicle speed. (Hybrid system
PKSB OFF indicator: Not illuminated
output restriction control: See figure
Buzzer: Does not sound
2.)
z Hybrid system output restriction
Additionally, if the accelerator pedal
control is operating (output
continues to be depressed, the
restricted as much as possible)
brakes will be applied automatically
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to reduce the vehicle speed. (Brake
z Figure 3: When brake control
control: See figure 3.)
operates
z Figure 1: When the PKSB (Park-
ing Support Brake) is disabled
Hybrid system output
Braking force
Hybrid system output
Time
Braking force
Hybrid system output restriction
Time
control begins operating (Sys-
tem determines that possibility
z
Figure 2: When hybrid system
output restriction control oper-
of collision with detected object
ates
is high)
Brake control begins operating
(System determines that possi-
bility of collision with detected
object is extremely high)
QIf the Parking Support Brake has
operated
If the vehicle is stopped due to operation
of the Parking Support Brake, the Park-
ing Support Brake will be disabled and
Hybrid system output
the PKSB OFF indicator will illuminate. If
the Parking Support Brake operates
Braking force
unnecessarily, brake control can be can-
celed by depressing the brake pedal or
Time
waiting for approximately 2 seconds for
Hybrid system output restriction
it to automatically be canceled. Then,
the vehicle can be operated by depress-
control begins operating (Sys-
ing the accelerator pedal.
tem determines that possibility
of collision with detected object
is high)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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