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Interior Equipment (View A)

Interior Equipment (View A)

High beam control switch................................................................page 4-103
Lighting control................................................................................. page 4-56
Turn and lane-change signals............................................................. page 4-62
Audio remote control switches........................................................... page 5-23
INFO switch......................................................................................page 4-20
Cruise control switches.................................. page 4-135, 4-145, 4-157, 4-225
Wiper and washer lever..................................................................... page 4-63
i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch................................................................ page 4-100
360° view monitor switch................................................................page 4-187
Parking sensor OFF switch............................................................... page 4-248
DSC OFF switch................................................................................ page 4-91
Position memory buttons................................................................... page 2-11
Trunk release button.......................................................................... page 3-21
Outside mirror switches.....................................................................page 3-31
Power window switches.....................................................................page 3-35
Power window lock switch.................................................................page 3-35
Door-lock switch.............................................................................. page 3-16
Door-lock knob................................................................................ page 3-18

Pictorial Index

Interior Overview

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The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle

Interior Equipment (View B)

Interior Equipment (View B)

Instrument cluster............................................................................. page 4-18
Active driving display......................................................................... page 4-36
Mazda Connect................................................................................ page 5-15
Climate control system........................................................................ page 5-2
Heated steering wheel switch.............................................................page 2-21
Seat warmer switches........................................................................ page 2-20
Hazard warning flasher switch............................................................ page 4-70
Rear window defogger switch............................................................ page 4-68
Glove compartment.......................................................................... page 5-47
Push button start................................................................................. page 4-4
Horn................................................................................................ page 4-69
Lock release lever................................................................................ page 2-5
Hood release handle......................................................................... page 6-12
Storage pocket.................................................................................. page 5-47

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Interior Overview

The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle

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Interior Equipment (View C)

Interior Equipment (View C)

Head restraint................................................................................... page 2-17
Front seat........................................................................................... page 2-5
Seat belt........................................................................................... page 2-23
Bottle holder.....................................................................................page 5-45
Vanity mirror.....................................................................................page 5-39
Sunvisor........................................................................................... page 5-39
Overhead light (front)/Map lights...................................................... page 5-40
Overhead console............................................................................. page 5-47
Moonroof switch...............................................................................page 3-39
Rearview mirror................................................................................ page 3-33
Vent................................................................................................... page 5-3
Cup holder....................................................................................... page 5-43
Shift lever/Selector lever...........................................................page 4-39, 4-41
Drive selection switch........................................................................page 4-92
Commander switch........................................................................... page 5-19
Electric Parking Brake (EPB) switch...................................................... page 4-76
AUTOHOLD switch........................................................................... page 4-84

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Interior Overview

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The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle

Interior Equipment (View D)

Interior Equipment (View D)

Push knob (5-door)........................................................................... page 2-14
Head restraint................................................................................... page 2-17
Child safety lock................................................................................page 3-19
Rear coat hook..................................................................................page 5-46
Power window switch........................................................................page 3-35
Overhead light (rear)......................................................................... page 5-40
Door-lock knob................................................................................ page 3-18
Assist grip......................................................................................... page 5-45
Center console................................................................................. page 5-47
Accessory socket............................................................................... page 5-42
External input terminal.......................................................................page 5-15
Bottle holder.....................................................................................page 5-45
Rear seat.......................................................................................... page 2-14
Cup holder....................................................................................... page 5-43
Armrest............................................................................................ page 2-16
ISOFIX lower anchors (Mexico)/LATCH lower anchors (Except Mexico) ...............
........................................................................................................page 2-50
Seat belt........................................................................................... page 2-23

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Interior Overview

The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle

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Interior Equipment (View E)

4-Door

Lever................................................................................................ page 2-14
Trunk light........................................................................................ page 5-40

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Interior Overview

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The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle

5-Door

Luggage compartment cover.............................................................. page 3-23
Anchor brackets................................................................................ page 2-42
Luggage compartment light................................................................page 5-40

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Interior Overview

The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle

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4-Door

4-Door

Windshield wiper blades................................................................... page 6-22
Moonroof.........................................................................................page 3-38
Door................................................................................................ page 3-11
Window........................................................................................... page 3-35
Touch sensor.....................................................................................page 3-13
Fuel-filler lid......................................................................................page 3-28
Outside mirror.................................................................................. page 3-31
Touch sensor.....................................................................................page 3-13
Trunk lid........................................................................................... page 3-20
Electric trunk lid opener.....................................................................page 3-21

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Exterior Overview

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The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle

5-Door

5-Door

Windshield wiper blades................................................................... page 6-22
Moonroof.........................................................................................page 3-38
Door................................................................................................ page 3-11
Window........................................................................................... page 3-35
Touch sensor.....................................................................................page 3-13
Fuel-filler lid......................................................................................page 3-28
Outside mirror.................................................................................. page 3-31
Touch sensor.....................................................................................page 3-13
Liftgate............................................................................................. page 3-20
Electric liftgate opener....................................................................... page 3-21
Rear window wiper blade.................................................................. page 6-26

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Exterior Overview

The equipment and installation position varies by vehicle

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MEMO

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Essential Safety Equipment

Important information about safety equipment, including seats,
seat belt system, child-restraint systems and SRS air bags.

Seats....................................... 2-2

Seat Precautions.................... 2-2
Front Seat..............................2-5
Rear Seat.............................2-14
Head Restraints................... 2-17

Seat Warmer/Heated Steering
Wheel................................... 2-20

Seat Warmer

*

...................... 2-20

Heated Steering Wheel

*

........2-21

Seat Belt Systems.................... 2-23

Seat Belt Precautions............2-23
Seat Belt..............................2-26
Seat Belt Warning Systems.... 2-27
Front Seat Belt Pretensioner and
Load Limiting Systems.......... 2-28
Seat Belt Extender................ 2-30

Child Restraint........................2-32

Child-Restraint Precautions..........
.......................................... 2-32

Child-Restraint System
Installation.......................... 2-37
Child-Restraint System Suitability
for Various Seat Positions
Table...................................2-39
Installing Child-Restraint
Systems...............................2-42

SRS Air Bags........................... 2-55

Supplemental Restraint System
(SRS) Precautions.................2-55
Supplemental Restraint System
Components....................... 2-61
How the SRS Air Bags
Work.................................. 2-63
SRS Air Bag Deployment
Criteria............................... 2-67
Limitations to SRS Air Bag..... 2-69
Driver and Front Passenger
Occupant Classification
System

*

............................... 2-70

Constant Monitoring............2-75

*Some models.

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Seat Precautions

Seat Precautions

WARNING

Make sure the adjustable components
of a seat are locked in place:

Adjustable seats and seatbacks that are
not securely locked are dangerous. In a
sudden stop or collision, the seat or
seatback could move, causing injury.
Make sure the adjustable components
of the seat are locked in place by
attempting to slide the seat forward
and backward and rocking the
seatback.

Never allow children to adjust a seat:

Allowing children to adjust a seat is
dangerous as it could result in serious
injury if a child's hands or feet become
caught in the seat.

Do not drive with the seatback
unlocked:

All of the seatbacks play an important
role in your protection in a vehicle.
Leaving the seatback unlocked is
dangerous as it can allow passengers
to be ejected or thrown around and
baggage to strike occupants in a
sudden stop or collision, resulting in
severe injury. After adjusting the
seatback at any time, even when there
are no other passengers, rock the
seatback to make sure it is locked in
place.

Adjust a seat only when the vehicle is
stopped:

If the seat is adjusted while the vehicle
is being driven, the seating posture
may become unstable and the seat
could move unexpectedly resulting in
injury.

Do not modify or replace the front
seats:

Modifying or replacing the front seats
such as replacing the upholstery or
loosening any bolts is dangerous. The
front seats contain air bag components
essential to the supplemental restraint
system. Such modifications could
damage the supplemental restraint
system and result in serious injury.
Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer if
there is any need to remove or reinstall
the front seats.

Do not drive with damaged front
seats:

Driving with damaged front seats, such
as seat cushions torn or damaged
down to the urethane, is dangerous. A
collision, even one not strong enough
to inflate the air bags, could damage
the front seats which contain essential
air bag components. If there was a
subsequent collision, an air bag may
not deploy which could lead to
injuries. Always have an Authorized
Mazda Dealer inspect the front seats,
front seat belt pretensioners and air
bags after a collision.

Essential Safety Equipment

Seats

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Do not drive with either front seats
reclined:

Sitting in a reclined position while the
vehicle is moving is dangerous because
you do not get the full protection from
seat belts. During sudden braking or a
collision, you can slide under the lap
belt and suffer serious internal injuries.
For maximum protection, sit well back
and upright.

Do not place an object such as a
cushion between the seatback and
your back:

Putting an object such as a cushion
between the seatback and your back is
dangerous because you will be unable
to maintain a safe driving posture and
the seat belt cannot function at its full
capacity in a collision, which could
result in a serious accident, injury or
death.

Do not place objects under the seat:

The object could get stuck and cause
the seat to not be fixed securely, and
result in an accident.

Do not stack cargo higher than the
seatbacks:

Stacking luggage or other cargo higher
than the seatbacks is dangerous.
During sudden braking or a collision,
objects can fly around and become
projectiles that may hit and injure
passengers.

Make sure luggage and cargo is
secured before driving:

Not securing cargo while driving is
dangerous as it could move or be
crushed during sudden braking or a
collision and cause injury.
Additionally, if the air bags deploy, the
cargo may scatter which could result in
serious injury or death.

Never allow a passenger to sit or
stand on the folded seatback while
the vehicle is moving:

Driving with a passenger on the folded
seatback is dangerous. Allowing a child
to sit up on the folded seatback while
the vehicle is moving is particularly
dangerous. In a sudden stop or even a
minor collision, a child not in a proper
seat or child-restraint system and seat
belt could be thrown forward, back or
even out of the vehicle resulting in
serious injuries or death. The child in
the baggage area could be thrown into
other occupants and cause serious
injury.

Never give the car keys to children
and do not allow them to play in the
vehicle (4–Door):

Playing with the folding rear seats is
dangerous. Once the seatbacks are
back up, a child in the trunk would not
be able to get out the way they had
entered. If you have small children,
keep the seatbacks locked.

Always leave your car locked and
keep the car keys safely away from
children (4–Door):

Leaving your car unlocked or the keys
in reach of children is dangerous.
Children who find their way into the
trunk through an unlocked rear
seatback or an open trunk can become
accidentally locked in the trunk. This
could result in death or brain damage
from heat prostration, particularly in
the summer. Always lock the doors and
the trunk, and as an added measure,
keep the rear seatbacks locked,
whether you have children in your
home or not.

Essential Safety Equipment

Seats

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CAUTION

¾

When operating a seat, be careful
not to put your hands or fingers near
the moving parts of the seat or on
the side trim to prevent injury.

¾

When moving the seats, make sure
there is no cargo in the surrounding
area. If the cargo gets caught it could
damage the cargo.

¾

(Manual Seat)

When moving the seats forward and
rearward or returning a rear-reclined
seatback to its upright position,
make sure you hold onto the
seatback with your hand while
operating. If the seatback is not held,
the seat will move suddenly and
could cause injury.

¾

When inserting your hand under the
seat to clean the cabin or pick up
something you dropped under the
seat, be careful not to hurt yourself.
If you contact the moving parts and
surrounding parts around the seat
rail, seat frame, and the bottom of
the seat, it could result in injury.

NOTE

x

When returning a rear seat to its
original position, place the seat belt
in its normal position. Verify that the
seat belt pulls out and retracts.

x

(Power Seat)

The seat-bottom power adjustment
is operated by motors. Avoid
extended operation because
excessive use can damage the
motors.

x

To prevent the battery from
running down, avoid using the
power adjustment when the
engine is stopped. The adjuster
uses a large amount of electrical
power.

x

Do not use the switch to make
more than one adjustment at a
time.

Essential Safety Equipment

Seats

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Front Seat

Adjusting the Driver's Seat

Using the driving position set up
procedure recommended by Mazda
allows you to maintain a relaxed
posture, drive the vehicle for longer
periods without feeling tired, and
make quick operations naturally.
Also, you can be assured of a clear
view in the forward direction to help
you drive more safely and comfortably.
The adjustments for the driving
position recommended by Mazda are
done using the following procedures.
1. Moving the steering wheel and seat

to their default positions.

2. Adjusting the seatback angle.
3. Adjusting the seat position forward

and back.

4. Adjusting the seat height.
5. Adjusting the height on the front

edge of the seat bottom.

6. Adjusting the steering wheel

position.

7. Adjusting the head restraint

position.

Manual seat

1.

Seat Slide

To move a seat forward or
backward, raise the lever and slide
the seat to the desired position and
release the lever.
Make sure the lever returns to its
original position and the seat is
locked in place by attempting to
push it forward and backward.

2.

Height Adjustment

To adjust the seat height, move the
lever up or down.

3.

Height Adjustment for Front Edge
of Seat Bottom

To adjust the height for front edge
of the seat bottom, rotate the dial
to the desired position.

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Seats

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4.

Seat Recline

To change the seatback angle, lean
forward slightly while raising the
lever. Then lean back to the desired
position and release the lever.
Make sure the lever returns to its
original position and the seatback is
locked in place by attempting to
push it forward and backward.

Power seat

1.

Seat Slide

To slide the seat, move the slide
lifter switch on the outside of the
seat to the front or back and hold
it. Release the switch at the desired
position.

2.

Height Adjustment

To adjust the seat height, move the
slide lifter switch up or down.

3.

Height Adjustment for Front Edge
of Seat Bottom

To adjust the front height of the
seat bottom, raise or lower the
front of the slide lifter switch.

4.

Seat Recline

To change the seatback angle, press
the front or rear side of the reclining
switch. Release the switch at the
desired position.

5.

Lumbar Support Adjustment

To increase the seat firmness, press
and hold the front part of the
switch to the desired position, then
release it.
Press the rear part of the switch to
decrease firmness.

Before making adjustments to the
driving position recommended by
Mazda

Before making adjustments, move the
steering wheel and seat to their default
positions.

How to move the steering wheel to its
default position

WARNING

Never adjust the steering wheel while
the vehicle is moving:

Adjusting the steering wheel while the
vehicle is moving is dangerous. Moving
it can very easily cause the driver to
abruptly turn to the left or right. This
can lead to loss of control or an
accident.

Essential Safety Equipment

Seats

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After adjusting the steering wheel
position, make sure it is securely
locked by trying to move it up and
down:

Driving with the steering wheel not
securely locked in position is
dangerous. If the steering wheel moves
unexpectedly while driving, you could
lose control of the steering resulting in
an accident.

Lower the lever, move the steering
wheel to the lowest position, and then
push it down and all the way back.

How to move a driver’s seat to its
default position

1. Slide the seat all the way back.
2. Lower the seat to its lowest height.
3. Lower the front edge of the seat

bottom to its lowest height.

4. Sit squarely in the seat and rest your

back against the seatback.

Seat adjustment procedure for the
driving position recommended by
Mazda

Adjusting the seatback angle
(reclining)

Adjust the seatback to the angle
providing a comfortable seated
posture.
1. With your posture slightly slouched,

move the seatback forward to the
angle where your waist feels slightly
cramped.

1. Manual Seat
2. Power Seat

2. Move the seatback backward to a

comfortable seated posture without

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