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Antilock Brake System

(ABS)

Antilock Brake System (ABS)

The ABS control unit continuously
monitors the speed of each wheel. If
one wheel is about to lock up, the ABS
responds by automatically releasing
and reapplying that wheel's brake.

The driver will feel a slight vibration in
the brake pedal and may hear a
chattering noise from the brake system.
This is normal ABS system operation.
Continue to depress the brake pedal
without pumping the brakes.

The warning light turns on when the
system has a malfunction.
Refer to ABS Warning Indication/
Warning Light on page 7-30.

WARNING

Do not rely on ABS as a substitute for
safe driving:

The ABS cannot compensate for unsafe
and reckless driving, excessive speed,
tailgating (following another vehicle
too closely), driving on ice and snow,
and hydroplaning (reduced tire friction
and road contact because of water on
the road surface). You can still have an
accident.

NOTE

x

Braking distances may be longer on
loose surfaces (snow or gravel, for
example) which usually have a hard
foundation. A vehicle with a normal
braking system may require less
distance to stop under these
conditions because the tires will
build up a wedge of surface layer
when the wheels skid.

x

The sound of the ABS operating may
be heard when starting the engine or
immediately after starting the
vehicle, however, it does not indicate
a malfunction.

When Driving

ABS/TCS/DSC

4-88

Traction Control System

(TCS)

Traction Control System (TCS)

The Traction Control System (TCS)
enhances traction and safety by
controlling engine torque and braking.
When the TCS detects driving wheel
slippage, it lowers engine torque and
operates the brakes to prevent loss of
traction.

This means that on a slick surface, the
engine adjusts automatically to provide
optimum power to the drive wheels,
limiting wheel spin and loss of traction.

The warning light turns on when the
system has a malfunction.
Refer to TCS/DSC Indication/
Indicator Light (Turns on) on page
7-33.

WARNING

Do not rely on the Traction Control
System (TCS) as a substitute for safe
driving:

The Traction Control System (TCS)
cannot compensate for unsafe and
reckless driving, excessive speed,
tailgating (following another vehicle
too closely), and hydroplaning
(reduced tire friction and road contact
because of water on the road surface).
You can still have an accident.

Use snow tires or tire chains and drive
at reduced speeds when roads are
covered with ice and/or snow:

Driving without proper traction devices
on snow and/or ice-covered roads is
dangerous. The Traction Control
System (TCS) alone cannot provide
adequate traction and you could still
have an accident.

NOTE

To turn off the TCS, press the DSC OFF
switch (page 4-91).

TCS/DSC Indicator Light

This indicator light stays on for a few
seconds when the ignition is switched
ON.
If the TCS or DSC is operating, the
indicator light flashes.

If the light stays on, the TCS, DSC or
the brake assist system may have a
malfunction and they may not operate
correctly. Take your vehicle to an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.

NOTE

x

In addition to the indicator light
flashing, a slight lugging sound will
come from the engine. This indicates
that the TCS/DSC is operating
properly.

x

On slippery surfaces, such as fresh
snow, it will be impossible to achieve
high rpm when the TCS is on.

When Driving

ABS/TCS/DSC

4-89

Dynamic Stability Control

(DSC)

Dynamic Stability Control (DSC)

The Dynamic Stability Control (DSC)
automatically controls braking and
engine torque in conjunction with
systems such as ABS and TCS to help
control side slip when driving on
slippery surfaces, or during sudden or
evasive maneuvering, enhancing
vehicle safety.

Refer to ABS (page 4-88) and TCS
(page 4-89).

DSC operation is possible at speeds
greater than 20 km/h (12 mph).

The warning light turns on when the
system has a malfunction.
Refer to TCS/DSC Indication/
Indicator Light (Turns on) on page
7-33.

WARNING

Do not rely on the Dynamic Stability
Control as a substitute for safe
driving:

The Dynamic Stability Control (DSC)
cannot compensate for unsafe and
reckless driving, excessive speed,
tailgating (following another vehicle
too closely), and hydroplaning
(reduced tire friction and road contact
because of water on the road surface).
You can still have an accident.

CAUTION

¾

The DSC may not operate correctly
unless the following are observed:

¾

Use tires of the correct size
specified for your Mazda on all 4
wheels.

¾

Use tires of the same
manufacturer, brand and tread
pattern on all 4 wheels.

¾

Do not mix worn tires.

¾

The DSC may not operate correctly
when tire chains are used or a
temporary spare tire is installed
because the tire diameter changes.

NOTE

If there is a problem with the DSC, the
Hill Launch Assist (HLA) may not
operate.
Refer to Hill Launch Assist (HLA) on
page 4-87.

TCS/DSC Indicator Light

This indicator light stays on for a few
seconds when the ignition is switched
ON. If the TCS or DSC is operating,
the indicator light flashes.

If the light stays on, the TCS, DSC or
the brake assist system may have a
malfunction and they may not operate
correctly. Take your vehicle to an
Authorized Mazda Dealer.

When Driving

ABS/TCS/DSC

4-90

DSC OFF Indicator Light

This indicator light stays on for a few
seconds when the ignition is switched
ON.
It also illuminates when the DSC OFF
switch is pressed and TCS/DSC is
switched off.
Refer to DSC OFF Switch on page
4-91.

If the light remains illuminated and the
TCS/DSC is not switched off, take your
vehicle to an Authorized Mazda
Dealer. The DSC may have a
malfunction.

DSC OFF Switch

Press the DSC OFF switch to turn off
the TCS/DSC. The DSC OFF indicator
light in the instrument cluster will
illuminate.

Press the switch again to turn the
TCS/DSC back on. The DSC OFF
indicator light will turn off.

NOTE

x

When DSC is on and you attempt to
free the vehicle when it is stuck, or
drive it out of freshly fallen snow, the
TCS (part of the DSC system) will
activate. Depressing the accelerator
will not increase engine power and
freeing the vehicle may be difficult.
When this happens, turn off the
TCS/DSC.

x

If the TCS/DSC is off when the
engine is turned off, it automatically
activates when the ignition is
switched ON.

x

Leaving the TCS/DSC on will provide
the best traction.

x

If the DSC OFF switch is pressed and
held for 10 seconds or more, the
DSC OFF switch malfunction
detection function operates and the
DSC system activates automatically.
The DSC OFF indicator light turns off
while the DSC system is operative.

x

(Vehicles with Smart Brake Support
(SBS))

If the Smart Brake Support (SBS)
operates with the TCS/DSC turned
off, the TCS/DSC becomes
operational automatically.

When Driving

ABS/TCS/DSC

4-91

Drive Selection

*

Drive Selection

Drive selection is a system to switch
the vehicle's drive mode. When the
sport mode is selected, vehicle's
response against accelerator operation
is enhanced. This provides additional
quick acceleration which may be
needed to safely make maneuvers such
as lane changes, merging onto
freeways, or passing other vehicles.

CAUTION

Do not use the sport mode when
driving on slippery roads such as wet
or snow-covered roads. It may cause
tire slipping.

NOTE

x

When the sport mode is selected,
driving at higher engine speeds
increases and it may increase fuel
consumption. Mazda recommends
that you cancel the sport mode on
normal driving.

x

Drive mode cannot be switched in
the following conditions:

x

ABS/TCS/DSC is operating

x

Cruise control

*

 is operating.

x

The Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC) system

*

 is operating.

x

The Mazda Radar Cruise Control
with Stop & Go function (MRCC
with Stop & Go function) System

*

is operating.

x

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) is operating.

x

Steering wheel is being operated
abruptly

Drive Selection Switch

Press the drive selection switch forward
(SPORT) to select the sport mode.
Pull the drive selection switch back
(OFF) to cancel the sport mode.

NOTE

x

In the following cases, the drive
selection is canceled.

x

The ignition is switched OFF.

x

Mazda Radar Cruise Control with
Stop & Go function (MRCC with
Stop & Go function) System/cruise
control is set.

x

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) is set.

x

Depending on the driving conditions
when sport mode is selected, the
vehicle may perform shift-down or
slightly accelerate.

When Driving

Drive Selection

4-92

*Some models.

Select Mode Indicator Light

When the sport mode is selected, the
select mode indicator light turns on in
the instrument cluster.

1. Select mode indicator light

NOTE

If the drive selection cannot be
switched to sport mode, the select
mode indicator light flashes to notify
the driver.

When Driving

Drive Selection

4-93

i-ACTIV AWD Operation

*

i-ACTIV AWD Operation

AWD provides excellent drivability on
snow-covered and ice-packed roads,
sand and mud, as well as on steep
slopes and other slippery surfaces.
A system malfunction or operation
conditions are indicated by a warning.
Refer to AWD Warning Indication/
Warning Light on page 7-32.

WARNING

Never spin a wheel that is off the
ground:

Spinning a wheel that is off the ground
as a result of the vehicle being stuck or
in a ditch is dangerous. The drive
assembly could be seriously damaged
which could lead to an accident or
could even lead to overheating, oil
leakage, and a fire.

AWD Driving

This vehicle has not been designed for
the purpose of off-road driving or
rallies. Do not attempt to drive over
uneven or rocky surfaces, or across
rivers.
Although this vehicle is equipped with
AWD, acceleration, steering and
braking operations should be
conducted in the same manner as with
a non-AWD vehicle, with the emphasis
placed on safe driving.

Tires and Tire Chains

The condition of the tires plays a large
role in the performance of the vehicle.
Moreover, to prevent adverse effects to
the drive assembly, please note the
following:

Tires

x

When replacing tires, always replace
all front and rear tires at the same
time.

x

All tires must be of the same size,
manufacture, brand and tread
pattern. Pay particular attention
when equipping snow or other types
of winter tires.

x

Do not mix tread-worn tires with
normal tires.

x

Inspect tire inflation pressures at the
specified periods adjust to the
specified pressures.

NOTE

Check the tire inflation pressure label
attached to driver's door frame for the
correct tire inflation pressure.

x

Make sure to equip the vehicle with
genuine tires of the specified size, on
all wheels. With AWD, the system is
calibrated for all 4 wheels being of
the same dimensions.

Tire chains

x

Install tire chains to the front tires.

x

Do not use tire chains on the rear
wheels.

x

Do not drive the vehicle faster than
30 km/h (19 mph) with the tire
chains installed.

x

Do not drive the vehicle with tire
chains on road conditions other than
snow or ice.

Towing

If the vehicle requires towing, have it
towed with all 4 wheels completely off
the ground.
Refer to Towing Description on page
7-23.

When Driving

i-ACTIV AWD

4-94

*Some models.

Power Steering

Power Steering

x

Power steering is only operable when
the engine is running. If the engine is
off or if the power steering system is
inoperable, you can still steer, but it
requires more physical effort.
If the steering feels stiffer than usual
during normal driving or the steering
vibrates, consult an Authorized
Mazda Dealer.

x

The malfunction indication notifies
the driver of system abnormalities
and operation conditions.
Refer to Power Steering Malfunction
Indication/Indicator Light on page
7-29.

When Driving

Power Steering

4-95

i-ACTIVSENSE

*

i-ACTIVSENSE

i-ACTIVSENSE is a collective term
covering a series of advanced safety
and driver support systems which
make use of cameras and sensors. The
systems consist of active safety and
pre-crash safety systems.
These systems are designed to assist
the driver in safer driving by reducing
the load on the driver and helping to
avert collisions or reduce their severity.
However, because each system has its
limitations, always drive carefully and
do not rely solely on the systems.

Active Safety Technology

Active Safety Technology supports safer
driving by helping the driver to
recognize potential hazards and avert
accidents.

Driver awareness support systems

Nighttime visibility

Adaptive Front Lighting System
(AFS)................................page 4-101
High Beam Control System
(HBC).............................. page 4-101

Left/right side and rear side detection

Lane Departure Warning System
(LDWS)............................ page 4-103
Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)...............
........................................ page 4-107

Road sign recognition

Traffic Sign Recognition System
(TSR)................................ page 4-112

Inter-vehicle distance recognition

Distance & Speed Alert (DSA) .............
........................................ page 4-119

Front obstruction detection when
approaching a crosswalk

Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA) ............
........................................ page 4-124

Rear obstruction detection when
leaving a parking space

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA).............
........................................ page 4-127

Full-surround recognition

360°View Monitor............ page 4-178

Driver fatigue detection

Driver Attention Alert (DAA) ...............
........................................ page 4-120
Driver Monitoring (DM).... page 4-122

Driver support systems

Inter-vehicle distance

Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC)........................... page 4-131
Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop
& Go function (MRCC with Stop & Go
function).......................... page 4-140

Lane departure

Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) .............
........................................ page 4-165

Inter-vehicle distance and lane
keeping

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)........page 4-151

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-96

*Some models.

Pre-Crash Safety Technology

Pre-crash safety technology is designed
to assist the driver in averting collisions
or reducing their severity in situations
where they cannot be avoided.

Collision damage reduction

Smart Brake Support (SBS) ..................
........................................ page 4-169

Camera and Sensors

Forward Sensing Camera (FSC)

The Forward Sensing Camera (FSC)
detects lane indications and recognizes
headlights, taillights and city lights
during nighttime driving. In addition, it
also detects the vehicle ahead,
pedestrians, or obstructions. The
following systems use the Forward
Sensing Camera (FSC).

x

High Beam Control system (HBC)

x

Lane Departure Warning System
(LDWS)

x

Traffic Sign Recognition System (TSR)

x

Distance & Speed Alert (DSA)

x

Driver Attention Alert (DAA)

x

Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC)

x

Mazda Radar Cruise Control with
Stop & Go function (MRCC with
Stop & Go function)

x

Lane-keep Assist System (LAS)

x

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)

x

Smart Brake Support (SBS) forward
drive detection

The Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) is
installed at the top of the windshield
near the rearview mirror.
Refer to Forward Sensing Camera
(FSC) on page 4-212.

Front radar sensor

The front radar sensor detects radio
waves reflected off a vehicle ahead

sent from the radar sensor. The
following systems use the front radar
sensor.

x

Distance & Speed Alert (DSA)

x

Mazda Radar Cruise Control
(MRCC)

x

Mazda Radar Cruise Control with
Stop & Go function (MRCC with
Stop & Go function)

x

Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)

x

Smart Brake Support (SBS) forward
drive detection

The front radar sensor is mounted
behind the radiator grille.
Refer to Front Radar Sensor on page
4-216.

Front side radar sensor

The front side radar sensors detects
radio waves reflected off a vehicle
ahead sent from the radar sensor. The
following systems use the front side
radar sensor.

x

Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)

The front side radar sensors are
installed inside the front bumper, one
on the left side and one on the right
side.
Refer to Front Side Radar Sensor on
page 4-219.

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-97

Rear side radar sensor

The rear side radar sensors emit radio
waves and detect the radio waves
reflected off a vehicle approaching
from the rear or an obstruction. The
following systems use the rear side
radar sensor.

x

Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)

x

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)

x

Smart Brake Support (SBS) reverse
drive detection

The rear side radar sensors are installed
inside the rear bumper, one on the left
side and one on the right side.
Refer to Rear Side Radar Sensor on
page 4-220.

Rear/rear corner ultrasonic sensor

The ultrasonic sensor detects ultrasonic
waves reflected off obstructions at the
rear sent from the ultrasonic sensors.
The following systems use the
ultrasonic sensor.

x

Smart Brake Support (SBS) reverse
drive detection

The ultrasonic sensors are mounted in
the rear bumper.
Refer to Rear/Rear corner Ultrasonic
Sensor on page 4-222.

Front camera/side cameras/rear
camera

The front camera, side cameras, and
rear camera shoot images of the area
surrounding the vehicle. The 360°View
Monitor uses each camera.
Cameras are installed to the front
bumper, door mirrors, and rear
bumper.
Refer to Front Camera/Side Cameras/
Rear Camera on page 4-222.

Driver monitoring camera

The driver monitoring camera detects
changes in the driver's facial features
and estimates the amount of
accumulated fatigue and sleepiness of
the driver. The following systems use
the driver monitoring camera.

x

Driver Monitoring (DM)

The driver monitoring camera is
mounted in the center display.
Refer to Driver Monitoring Camera on
page 4-223.

i-ACTIVSENSE Status Symbol
(Warning/Risk Avoidance Support
System)

*

The system notifies the driver of any of
the following system status using the
color or OFF indication of the
i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol
(Warning/risk avoidance support
system).

x

Lane Departure Warning System
(LDWS)

x

Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)

x

Distance & Speed Alert (DSA)

x

Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)

x

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)

x

Lane-keep Assist System (LAS)

NOTE

The status of the system turned on
using the personalization feature is
displayed.

i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol
(warning/risk avoidance support
system) (white)

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-98

*Some models.

System stand-by status

If none of the systems are activated or
if there is a problem with the system,
the i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol
(warning/risk avoidance support
system) (white) is displayed.

NOTE

For example, even when the Blind Spot
Monitoring (BSM) is operating
normally, if the Lane Departure
Warning System (LDWS) has a
problem, the i-ACTIVSENSE status
symbol (warning/risk avoidance
support system) (white) is displayed.

i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol
(warning/risk avoidance support
system) (green)

System activated status

If any one of the systems is activated,
the i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol
(warning/risk avoidance support
system) (green) is displayed.

NOTE

Even if the i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol
(warning/risk avoidance support
system) (green) is displayed, systems
which do not meet the operation
conditions will not operate.

i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol
(warning/risk avoidance support
system) (amber)

System warning status

If any system warning is activated, the
i-ACTIVSENSE status symbol (warning/
risk avoidance support system)
(amber) is displayed.

i-ACTIVSENSE OFF symbol (warning/
risk avoidance support system)

System OFF status

If all the systems are canceled using the
personalization features or the
i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch, the
i-ACTIVSENSE OFF symbol (Warning/
risk avoidance support system) is
displayed.

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-99

i-ACTIVSENSE OFF Switch

*

When the i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch is
pressed, the following systems are
canceled and the i-ACTIVSENSE OFF
symbol (Warning/risk avoidance
support system) in the instrument
cluster is displayed.

x

Lane Departure Warning System
(LDWS)

x

Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)

x

Distance & Speed Alert (DSA)

x

Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)

x

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)

x

Lane-keep Assist System (LAS)

i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch

i-ACTIVSENSE OFF symbol (Warning/
risk avoidance support system)

If the i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch is
pressed again, the systems return to
their original operation status and the
i-ACTIVSENSE OFF symbol (Warning/
risk avoidance support system) turns
off.
If the ignition is switched OFF while
you have canceled the systems using
the i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch, the
systems are automatically enabled the
next time the ignition is switched ON.

However, if the systems are canceled
using the personalization features, the
systems are not automatically enabled.

NOTE

You can select systems you want to
cancel using the personalization
features.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.

When Driving

i-ACTIVSENSE

4-100

*Some models.

Adaptive Front Lighting

System (AFS)

*

Adaptive Front Lighting System
(AFS)

The adaptive front lighting system
(AFS) automatically adjusts the
headlight beams to the left or right in
conjunction with the operation of the
steering wheel after the headlights
have been turned on and the vehicle
speed is about 2 km/h (2 mph) or
higher.
A system malfunction or operation
conditions are indicated by a warning.
Refer to Exterior Light Warning
Indication/Warning Light on page
7-35.

NOTE

The Adaptive Front Lighting System
(AFS) can be switched to on/off using
the personalization function.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.

High Beam Control

System (HBC)

*

High Beam Control System (HBC)

The HBC determines the conditions in
front of the vehicle using the Forward
Sensing Camera (FSC) while driving in
darkness to automatically switch the
headlights between high and low
beams.
Refer to Forward Sensing Camera
(FSC) on page 4-212.
While driving the vehicle at a speed of
about 30 km/h (19 mph) or more, the
headlights are switched to high beams
when there are no vehicles ahead or
approaching in the opposite direction.
The system switches the headlights to
low beams when one of the following
occurs:

x

The system detects a vehicle or the
headlights/lights of a vehicle
approaching in the opposite
direction.

x

The vehicle is driven on roads lined
with streetlamps or on roads in
well-lit cities and towns.

x

The vehicle is driven at less than
about 20 km/h (12 mph).

x

The headlight high-beam indicator
light turns on while the high beams
are on.

1. Forward Sensing Camera (FSC)

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The recognition distance of the Forward
Sensing Camera (FSC) varies according to
the surrounding conditions.

The warning light turns on when the
system has a malfunction.
Refer to High Beam Control System
(HBC) Warning Indication/Warning
Light (Amber) on page 7-35.

CAUTION

¾

Do not adjust the vehicle height,
modify the headlight units, or
remove the camera, otherwise the
system will not operate normally.

¾

Do not rely excessively on the HBC
and drive the vehicle while paying
sufficient attention to safety. Switch
the headlights between the high
beams and low beams manually if
necessary.

NOTE

The timing in which the system
switches the headlights changes under
the following conditions. If the system
does not switch the headlights
appropriately, manually switch
between high and low beams
according to the visibility as well as
road and traffic conditions.

x

When there are sources of light in
the area such as streetlamps,
illuminated signboards, and traffic
signals.

x

When there are reflective objects in
the surrounding area such as
reflective plates and signs.

x

When visibility is reduced under rain,
snow and foggy conditions.

x

When driving on roads with sharp
turn or hilly terrain.

x

When the headlights/rear lamps of
vehicles in front of you or in the
opposite lane are dim or not
illuminated.

x

When there is insufficient darkness
such as at dawn or dusk.

x

When the trunk/luggage
compartment is loaded with heavy
objects or the rear passenger seats
are occupied.

x

When visibility is reduced due to a
vehicle in front of you spraying water
from its tires onto your windshield.

To Operate the System

The HBC operates to switch the
headlights automatically between high
and low beams after the ignition is
switched ON and the headlight switch
is in the AUTO and low beam position.
The HBC determines that it is dark
based on the brightness of the
surrounding area. At the same time,
the HBC indicator light (green) in the
instrument cluster illuminates.

NOTE

Operation of the HBC function can be
disabled.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.

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Manual Switching

Switching to low beams

Switch the headlight switch to the 
position, or press the high beam
control switch.
The HBC indicator light (green) turns
off.

1. High beam control switch

If the HBC is turned off using the high
beam control switch, press the high
beam control switch again to turn the
HBC back on.

Switching to high beams

Shift the lever to the high beam
position.
The HBC indicator light (green) turns
off and the headlight high-beam
indicator light is illuminated.

Lane Departure Warning

System (LDWS)

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Lane Departure Warning System
(LDWS)

The LDWS alerts the driver that the
vehicle may be deviating from its lane.
The system detects the white (yellow)
lines on the traffic lane using the
forward sensing camera (FSC) and if it
determines that the vehicle might be
deviating from its lane, it notifies the
driver by the LDWS.
Refer to Forward Sensing Camera
(FSC) on page 4-212.
Use the LDWS when you drive the
vehicle on roads with white (yellow)
lines.

1. Forward sensing camera (FSC)
2. Multi-information display

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