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Mazda CX-30 (2022 year). Manual in english - page 9

 

 

When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Warning pattern (warning) (amber)
Front Cross Traffic Alert
(FCTA)*
Front Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)
The FCTA is designed to assist the
driver in checking both sides of the
vehicle when the vehicle starts to drive
at an intersection.
The FCTA detects vehicles approaching
from the blind spots on the front left
and right sides of the vehicle when the
vehicle starts to drive at an
1.
“Time for a Break” message is
intersection, and notifies the driver of
displayed
possible danger using the warning
indication on the display and the
Canceling Driver Monitoring (DM)
warning sound.
The Driver Monitoring (DM) can be set
to inoperable.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
1. Your vehicle
WARNING
Always check the surrounding area
visually when the vehicle starts to
drive at an intersection:
Due to certain limitations with the
operation of this system, the warning
indication on the display or the
warning sound might be delayed even
though there is a vehicle approaching
from a blind spot. Always make it your
responsibility as a driver to check the
left and right sides.
*Some models.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Operation conditions
When your vehicle is being driven
The system operates when all of the
If there is a possibility of a collision
following conditions are met:
with an approaching vehicle, a warning
indication is displayed on the following
When your vehicle is driven at less
display (amber arrow) and the warning
than about 10 km/h (6 mph).
sound is activated at the same time.
The selector lever is in the D
Multi-information display
position.
When a vehicle approaches from the
front side of your vehicle at a vehicle
speed of about 5 km/h (3 mph) or
faster.
FCTA operation
When your vehicle is stopped
When a vehicle is approaching, the
system notifies the driver that a vehicle
is approaching on the following display
(white arrow).
Multi-information display
Active driving display (vehicles with
active driving display)
360°view monitor (vehicles with
360°view monitor)
Active driving display (vehicles with
active driving display)
360°view monitor (vehicles with
360°view monitor)
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
NOTE
The approaching vehicle has any of
the following shapes.
The system may operate under the
a) The size of the vehicle body is
following conditions even if a vehicle
extremely small.
is not approaching.
b) The vehicle height is extremely
An object that reflects the radio
low or high.
waves of the radar such as a
c) A special type of vehicle with a
parked vehicle, guardrail, or wall is
complex shape
directly next to your vehicle.
A vehicle suddenly enters the
Vehicles are stopped in the area
detection area from the front or
around your vehicle such as during
side of your vehicle.
heavy traffic.
A vehicle that has stopped
A vehicle approaching from the
suddenly starts to move.
front or side of your vehicle slows
Multiple objects move at the same
down.
time.
A vehicle approaching from the
The vehicle is driven in bad
front or left side of your vehicle
weather conditions such as heavy
makes a right or left turn directly in
rain, fog, snow, or sand storms.
front of your vehicle.
The vehicle is driven on a sharp
A vehicle or pedestrian moves in
curve or on bumpy roads.
the parking lot or on the sidewalk
An object that reflects the radio
in the area surrounding your
waves of the radar such as a
vehicle.
parked vehicle, guardrail, or wall is
After making a left or right turn, an
directly next to your vehicle.
on-coming vehicle is present.
A vehicle approaches while turning
When passing an on-coming
(Such as roundabout)
vehicle.
The vehicle is driven at an
A vehicle overtakes your vehicle
extremely slow speed.
while it is stopped.
In the following cases, the system
Your vehicle is in an area where
turns on the i-ACTIVSENSE warning
strong radio waves or electrical
indication/warning light and
noise may occur such as near a
operation of the system is stopped. If
television tower or power plant.
the i-ACTIVSENSE warning
Under the following conditions, the
indication/warning light remains on,
front side radar sensor cannot detect
have the vehicle inspected by an
approaching vehicles or it might be
Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as
difficult to detect them, and the
possible.
system may not operate normally.
Some problem with the system has
The front side radar sensor
occurred.
detection area is obstructed by a
The front side radar sensor
nearby wall or vehicle.
installation position is greatly
Directly after the system becomes
deviated.
operable.
There is a large accumulation of
Radio wave interference from a
snow or ice on the front bumper
radar sensor equipped on a nearby
near a front side radar sensor.
vehicle.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
The temperature near the radar
Rear Cross Traffic Alert
sensors becomes extremely hot
due to driving for a long time on
(RCTA)*
slopes during the summer.
The battery voltage has decreased.
Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
The front side radar sensor of the
The RCTA system is designed to assist
FCTA may be regulated under the
the driver in checking the area to the
radio wave related laws of the
rear left and right sides of your vehicle
country where the vehicle is driven.
while your vehicle is reversing by
If this system is used abroad, it may
alerting the driver to the presence of
be necessary to turn off the system.
vehicles approaching the rear of your
Refer to Front Side Radar Sensor
vehicle.
on page 4-203.
The RCTA system detects vehicles
Canceling Operation of Front
approaching from the rear left and
Cross Traffic Alert (FCTA)
right sides of your vehicle and the rear
of your vehicle while your vehicle is
The FCTA can be set to inoperable.
being reversed out of a parking space,
(If only the FCTA is turned off)
and notifies the driver of possible
Refer to the Settings section in the
danger using the Blind Spot Monitoring
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
(BSM) warning indicator lights and the
(If the FCTA is turned off by
warning buzzer.
operating the i-ACTIVSENSE OFF
switch)
Refer to i-ACTIVSENSE OFF Switch
on page 4-98.
NOTE
If the ignition is switched OFF while
you have canceled the system using the
i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch, the system
is automatically enabled the next time
1. Your vehicle
the ignition is switched ON. However,
2. Detection areas
if the system is canceled using the
personalization features, the system is
not automatically enabled.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
360°view monitor (vehicles with
WARNING
360°view monitor)
The RCTA warning indication in the
Always check the surrounding area
360°view monitor also
visually before actually putting the
synchronizes with the Blind Spot
vehicle in reverse:
Monitoring (BSM) warning
The system is only designed to assist
indicator light on the door mirrors.
you in checking for vehicles at the rear
when putting the vehicle in reverse.
Due to certain limitations with the
operation of this system, the Blind Spot
Monitoring (BSM) warning indicator
lights may not flash or it might be
delayed even though a vehicle is
behind your vehicle. Always make it
your responsibility as a driver to check
the rear.
RCTA operation
Function for canceling illumination
dimmer
1.
The RCTA system operates when
the selector lever is shifted to the
If the BSM warning indicator lights turn
reverse (R) position.
on when the parking lights are turned
2.
If there is the possibility of a
on, the brightness of the BSM warning
collision with an approaching
indicator lights is dimmed.
vehicle, the Blind Spot Monitoring
If the BSM warning indicator lights are
(BSM) warning indicator lights
difficult to see due to glare from
flashes and the warning beep is
surrounding brightness when traveling
activated simultaneously.
on snow-covered roads or under foggy
Rear view monitor (vehicles with
conditions, press the dimmer
Rear view monitor)
cancellation button to cancel the
The RCTA warning indication in the
dimmer and increase the brightness of
rearview monitor also synchronizes
BSM warning indicator lights when
with the Blind Spot Monitoring
they turn on.
(BSM) warning indicator light on
Refer to Dashboard Illumination on
the door mirrors.
page 4-24.
NOTE
The system may operate under the
following conditions even if a vehicle
is not approaching.
An object that reflects the radio
waves of the radar such as a
parked vehicle, guardrail, or wall is
directly next to your vehicle.
A vehicle approaching from the
rear left and right side of your
vehicle slows down.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
A vehicle approaching from the
The rear side radar sensor
rear left and right side of your
detection area is obstructed by a
vehicle makes a right or left turn
nearby wall or parked vehicle.
directly in front of your vehicle.
(Reverse the vehicle to a position
A vehicle overtakes your vehicle
where the radar sensor detection
while it is stopped.
area is no longer obstructed.)
Your vehicle is in an area where
strong radio waves or electrical
noise may occur such as near a
television tower or power plant.
In the following cases, the
i-ACTIVSENSE warning indication/
warning light turns on and operation
of the system is stopped. If the
1. Your vehicle
i-ACTIVSENSE warning indication/
warning light remains illuminated,
A vehicle is approaching directly
have the vehicle inspected at an
from the rear of your vehicle.
Authorized Mazda Dealer as soon as
possible.
Some problem with the system
including the Blind Spot
Monitoring (BSM) warning
indicator lights has occurred.
A large deviation in the installation
position of a rear side radar sensor
on the vehicle has occurred.
1. Your vehicle
There is a large accumulation of
snow or ice on the rear bumper
The vehicle is parked at an angle.
near a rear side radar sensor.
Driving on snow-covered roads for
long periods.
The temperature near the radar
sensors becomes extremely hot
due to driving for long periods on
slopes during the summer.
1. Your vehicle
The battery voltage has decreased.
Under the following conditions, the
Directly after the RCTA system
rear side radar sensor cannot detect
becomes operable using the
approaching vehicles or it might be
personalization feature.
difficult to detect them, and the
Radio wave interference from a
system may not operate normally.
radar sensor equipped on a nearby
parked vehicle.
The vehicle speed when reversing
is about 15 km/h (9 mph) or
faster.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
In the following cases, it may be
NOTE
difficult to view the illumination/
If the ignition is switched OFF while
flashing of the Blind Spot Monitoring
you have canceled the system using the
(BSM) warning indicator lights
i-ACTIVSENSE OFF switch, the system
equipped on the door mirrors.
is automatically enabled the next time
the ignition is switched ON. However,
Snow or ice adheres to the door
if the system is canceled using the
mirrors.
personalization features, the system is
The front door glass is fogged or
not automatically enabled.
covered in snow, frost or dirt.
Turn off the RCTA system while
pulling a trailer or while an accessory
such as a bicycle carrier is installed to
the rear of the vehicle. Otherwise,
the radio waves emitted by the radar
will be blocked causing the system to
not operate normally.
The rear side radar sensor of the
RCTA may be regulated under the
radio wave related laws of the
country where the vehicle is driven. If
this system is used abroad, it may be
necessary to turn off the system.
Refer to Rear Side Radar Sensor on
page 4-204.
Canceling Operation of Rear Cross
Traffic Alert (RCTA)
The RCTA can be set to inoperable.
(If only the RCTA is turned off)
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
(If the RCTA is turned off by
operating the i-ACTIVSENSE OFF
switch)
Refer to i-ACTIVSENSE OFF Switch
on page 4-98.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Front radar sensor (page 4-201)
Mazda Radar Cruise
Control with Stop & Go
WARNING
function (MRCC with
Do not rely completely on the MRCC
Stop & Go function)*
with Stop & Go function:
The MRCC with Stop & Go function
Mazda Radar Cruise Control with
system has detection limitations
Stop & Go function (MRCC with
depending on the type of vehicle
Stop & Go function)
ahead and its conditions, the weather
The MRCC with Stop & Go function
conditions, and the road conditions.
system is designed to maintain
Additionally, the system may be unable
headway control*1 with a vehicle
to decelerate sufficiently to avoid
ahead according to your vehicle's
hitting the vehicle ahead if the vehicle
speed using a front radar sensor to
ahead applies the brakes suddenly or
detect the distance to the vehicle
another vehicle cuts into the driving
ahead and a preset vehicle speed
lane in front of you, which could result
without you having to use the
in an accident.
accelerator or brake pedals.
Always drive carefully and verify the
*1
Headway Control: Control of the
surrounding conditions and depress
distance between your vehicle and
the brake pedal or accelerator pedal
the vehicle ahead detected by the
while keeping a safe distance from
Mazda Radar Cruise Control
vehicles ahead or on-coming vehicles.
(MRCC) system.
Additionally, if your vehicle starts
Do not use the MRCC with Stop & Go
closing in on the vehicle ahead such as
function system in the following
if the vehicle ahead brakes suddenly, a
locations. Using the MRCC with Stop
warning sound and a warning
& Go function system at the following
indication in the display are activated
locations may result in an unexpected
simultaneously to alert you to maintain
accident:
a sufficient distance between the
¾ General roads other than highways
vehicles.
(Driving under these conditions
If the vehicle ahead stops while you are
using the MRCC with Stop & Go
following behind it, your vehicle will
function system is not possible.)
stop and be held stopped
¾ Roads with sharp curves and where
automatically (stop hold control), and
vehicle traffic is heavy with
headway control will resume when you
insufficient space between vehicles,
resume driving the vehicle such as by
or roads where frequent and
pressing the RES switch.
repetitive acceleration and
Also refer to the following before using
deceleration occur (Driving under
the MRCC with Stop & Go function.
these conditions using the MRCC
i-stop (page 4-11)
with Stop & Go function is not
AUTOHOLD (page 4-78)
possible.)
Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) (page
4-197)
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
¾ When entering and exiting
Getting out of the vehicle while the
interchanges, service areas, and
stop hold control is operating is
parking areas of highways (If you exit
dangerous as the vehicle may move
a highway while headway control is
unexpectedly and result in an accident.
in use, the vehicle ahead will no
Before getting out of the vehicle,
longer be tracked and your vehicle
switch the MRCC with Stop & Go
may accelerate to the set speed.)
function system off, shift the selector
¾ Slippery roads such as ice or
lever to the P position, and apply the
snow-bound roads (Tires could spin
parking brake.
causing you to lose vehicle control,
or the stop hold control may not
CAUTION
operate.)
¾ Long, descending slopes (to
¾ If your vehicle is towed or you are
maintain distance between vehicles,
towing something, switch the MRCC
the system automatically and
with Stop & Go function system off
continuously applies the brakes
to prevent an unexpected operation.
which could result in the loss of
¾ Turn the system off when the vehicle
brake power.)
is running on a chassis roller.
¾ Slopes with a steep gradient (The
vehicle ahead may not be detected
NOTE
correctly, your vehicle may slide
The MRCC with Stop & Go function
while stopped by the stop hold
system does not detect the following
control, and it may accelerate
as physical objects.
suddenly after it starts moving.)
¾ Two-wheeled vehicles such as
Vehicles approaching in the
motorcycles or bicycles are ahead.
opposite direction
Pedestrians
For safety purposes, switch the MRCC
Stationary objects (stopped
with Stop & Go function system off
vehicles, obstructions)
when it is not being used.
If a vehicle ahead is traveling at an
Leaving the MRCC with Stop & Go
extremely low speed, the system may
function system turned on when it is
not detect it correctly.
not in use is dangerous as it could
If there is a structure on the road or
operate unexpectedly, resulting in an
an object (such as a monorail) at a
accident.
low height off the ground in front of
the vehicle, the system may operate.
Do not get out of the vehicle while
Therefore, do not use the MRCC
the stop hold control is operating:
with Stop & Go function.
Do not use the MRCC with Stop &
Go function system under conditions
in which close proximity warnings
are frequently activated.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
During headway control travel, the
Mazda Radar Cruise Control with
system accelerates and decelerates
Stop & Go function (MRCC with
your vehicle in conjunction with the
Stop & Go function) Display
speed of the vehicle ahead.
Indication
However, if it is necessary to
The MRCC with Stop & Go function
accelerate for a lane change or if the
setting status and operation conditions
vehicle ahead brakes suddenly
are indicated on the multi-information
causing you to close in on the vehicle
display and the active driving display.
rapidly, accelerate using the
Multi-information Display (Basic
accelerator pedal or decelerate using
display)
the brake pedal depending on the
conditions.
While the MRCC with Stop & Go
function system is in use, it does not
cancel even if the selector lever is
operated and any intended engine
braking does not occur. If
deceleration is required, lower the
set speed or depress the brake
pedal.
While braking by the MRCC with
Stop & Go function control is
operating, you might hear an
operation sound, however, this does
1. Vehicle ahead display
2. MRCC with Stop & Go function set
not indicate a problem.
The brake lights turn on while
vehicle speed
braking by the MRCC with Stop &
Go function control is operating,
Multi-information Display
(i-ACTIVSENSE display)
however, they may not turn on while
the vehicle is on a down slope at the
set vehicle speed or traveling at a
constant speed and following a
vehicle ahead.
Stop the headway control function to
switch the system to the cruise
control function.
Refer to the Settings section in the
Mazda Connect Owner's Manual.
1. Vehicle ahead display
2. MRCC with Stop & Go function set
vehicle speed
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Active driving display
Close Proximity Warning
If your vehicle rapidly closes in on the
vehicle ahead because the vehicle
ahead applies the brakes suddenly
while you are traveling in headway
1. Vehicle ahead display
control, the warning sound activates
2. MRCC with Stop & Go function set
and the brake warning is indicated in
vehicle speed
the display. Always verify the safety of
the surrounding area and depress the
If there is a problem with the MRCC
brake pedal while keeping a safe
with Stop & Go function system, a
distance from the vehicle ahead.
message is displayed on the
Additionally, keep a safe distance from
multi-information display. Check the
the vehicles behind you.
center display to verify the problem
and then have your vehicle inspected
by an Authorized Mazda Dealer.
Refer to If a Warning Light Turns On or
Flashes on page 7-22.
1.
“Depress Brake Pedal” message is
displayed
NOTE
In the following cases, the warnings
and brakes may not operate even if
your vehicle starts closing in on the
vehicle ahead.
You are driving your vehicle at the
same speed as the vehicle ahead.
Directly after the MRCC with Stop &
Go function system has been set.
Directly after the accelerator pedal is
released.
Another vehicle cuts into the driving
lane in front of you.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Setting the System
The MRCC with Stop & Go function system operates when all of the following
conditions are met.
Vehicle speed is 0 km/h (0 mph) to 145 km/h (90 mph)
The MRCC with Stop & Go function is turned on.
The brake pedal is not depressed.
The parking brake is released (Electric Parking Brake (EPB) indicator light is turned
off).
There is no problem with the DSC.
All the doors are closed.
The driver's seat belt is fastened.
The selector lever is in the drive (D) position or manual (M) position (manual
mode).
NOTE
In the following cases, the MRCC with Stop & Go function system is canceled
when the vehicle is traveling at 30 km/h (20 mph) or less and “Mazda Radar
Cruise Control Disabled Under 30 km/h” is displayed in the multi-information
display.
The Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) cannot detect target objects (There is
problem with the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) or windshield is dirty).
There is a problem with the stop hold control function.
There is a problem with the Electric Parking Brake (EPB).
It may not be possible to set the MRCC with Stop & Go function system directly
after starting the engine, while the DSC operation is being checked.
Turning on the system
1. CANCEL switch
2. RES switch
3. MRCC switch
When the MRCC switch is pressed once, the MRCC with Stop & Go function system
turns on, and the MRCC with Stop & Go function standby indication (white) turns
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
on and the vehicle speed and the distance between the vehicles while in headway
control can be set.
In addition, the MRCC with Stop & Go function system display indication is
displayed on the multi-information display and the active driving display at the same
time.
NOTE
If the ignition is switched off while the MRCC with Stop & Go function system is
operating, the system will be operable when the ignition is switched ON the next
time.
How to set the speed
Adjust the vehicle speed to the desired setting using the accelerator pedal and press
the RES switch up (SET+) or down (SET-) to start headway control.
The set speed is indicated on the display. At the same time, the MRCC standby
indication (white) changes to the MRCC set indication (green).
Indication on multi-information
Indication on active driving dis-
Travel status
display
play
During travel at constant speed
During travel under headway
control
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
NOTE
If a vehicle ahead is detected while traveling at a constant speed, the
vehicle-ahead indication is displayed and headway control is performed.
Additionally, when a vehicle ahead is no longer detected, the vehicle-ahead
indication turns off and the system switches back to travel at constant speed.
The lowest possible speed which can be set on the MRCC with Stop & Go
function system is 30 km/h (19 mph).
Headway control is not possible if the vehicle ahead is driving faster than your
vehicle's set speed. Adjust the system to the desired vehicle speed using the
accelerator pedal.
How to set the distance-between-vehicles during headway control
The distance-between-vehicles can be set to 4 levels; Long, medium, short, and
extremely short distance.
The distance-between-vehicles is set to a shorter distance by pressing the CANCEL
switch down. The distance-between-vehicles is set to a longer distance by pressing
the CANCEL switch up.
Distance-between-vehicles
guideline
Indication on multi-information
Indication on active driving dis-
(at 80 km/h (50 mph) vehicle
display
play*1
speed)
Long (about 50 m (164 ft))
Medium (about 40 m (131 ft))
Short (about 30 m (98 ft))
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
Distance-between-vehicles
guideline
Indication on multi-information
Indication on active driving dis-
(at 80 km/h (50 mph) vehicle
display
play*1
speed)
Extremely short (about 25 m (82
ft))
*1
Displays a pop-up image in the active driving display only when the driver operates the switch.
NOTE
The distance-between-vehicles differs depending on the vehicle speed, and the
slower the vehicle speed, the shorter the distance.
When the ignition is switched to ACC or OFF and then the engine is started again,
the system automatically sets the distance-between-vehicles to the previous
setting.
Changing the Set Vehicle Speed
(To accelerate/decelerate using the RES switch)
When the RES switch is pressed up (SET+), the vehicle accelerates and when the RES
switch is pressed down (SET-), it decelerates.
Press and release immediately: 1 km/h (1 mph)
Press and hold: 10 km/h (5 mph)
(To increase speed using accelerator pedal)
Depress the accelerator pedal and press the RES switch up (SET+) or down (SET-) at
the desired speed. If the switch is not operated, the system returns to the set speed
after you release your foot from the accelerator pedal.
NOTE
The warnings and brake control do not operate while the accelerator pedal is
depressed.
The setting speed can be changed by operating the RES switch up (SET+) or down
(SET-) during stop hold control.
Canceling the system
When the following operations are performed, the MRCC with Stop & Go function
system is canceled, and the MRCC with Stop & Go function set indication (green)
switches to the MRCC with Stop & Go function standby indication (white) at the
same time.
The CANCEL switch is pressed.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
The brake pedal is depressed.
The selector lever is in the P (Park), N (Neutral), or R (Reverse) position.
Under the following conditions, the MRCC with Stop & Go function cancel
indication is displayed in the multi-information display and a single beep sound is
heard.
The DSC has operated.
The Smart Brake Support (SBS) has operated.
When traveling on a downslope for a long period of time.
There is a problem with the system.
The parking brake is automatically applied during stop hold control.
The front radar sensor cannot detect target objects (during rain, fog, snow or other
inclement weather conditions, or when the radiator grille is dirty).
The parking brake is applied.
Any of the doors is opened.
The driver's seat belt is unfastened.
The operation frequency of the braking by the MRCC with Stop & Go function
control is high.
Resuming control
If the MRCC with Stop & Go function system is canceled, you can resume control at
the previously set speed by pressing the RES switch and after all of the operation
conditions have been met.
NOTE
If the set speed is not indicated in the display, the control does not resume even if
the RES switch is pressed.
Turning off the system
When the MRCC switch is pressed while the MRCC is operating, the MRCC turns
off.
Stop Hold Control
NOTE
While in headway control using the
If the MRCC with Stop & Go
MRCC with Stop & Go function
function system is canceled during
system, your vehicle will stop when a
stop hold control, the vehicle is held
vehicle ahead stops. When the vehicle
in its stopped position.
is stopped and the stop hold control
The parking brake is automatically
operates, the MRCC with Stop & Go
applied and the vehicle is held in its
function indicator light turns on.
stopped position when 10 minutes
have elapsed since the stop hold
control operated. At this time, the
MRCC with Stop & Go function
system is canceled.
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
If the i-stop operation conditions are
starts moving, the multi-information
met during stop hold control, the
display vehicle-ahead indication
engine stops even though the brake
flashes to urge the driver to resume
pedal is not depressed.
driving. If you do not resume driving
Refer to i-stop on page 4-11.
after the indicator light flashes, a
The brake lights turn on during stop
sound is activated to urge you to
hold control.
resume driving.
To resume driving
After the vehicle ahead starts moving
while your vehicle is stopped under
stop hold control, press the RES switch
or depress the accelerator pedal to
cancel the stop hold control and
resume driving.
NOTE
When you resume driving by pressing
the RES switch, your vehicle does not
start moving until the distance
between your vehicle and the vehicle
ahead lengthens to the specified
distance or farther.
The engine restarts automatically
when any of the actions to resume
driving are performed while i-stop is
operating.
If the MRCC with Stop & Go
function is temporarily canceled
during stop hold control, you cannot
resume driving by pressing the RES
switch when there are no vehicles in
front of your vehicle. Depress the
accelerator pedal and resume driving
the vehicle.
If the vehicle ahead starts moving
within 3 seconds after your vehicle is
stopped by the stop hold control,
headway control will resume even if
you do not resume driving your
vehicle, such as by depressing the
accelerator pedal.
Resume driving information
If you do not resume driving within a
few seconds after the vehicle ahead
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When Driving
i-ACTIVSENSE
¾ The TJA may not be able to detect a
Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)*
vehicle ahead depending on the type
of vehicle ahead and its conditions,
Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)
the weather conditions, and the road
The TJA is a system which consists of a
conditions. Additionally, the system
headway control function and a
might be unable to decelerate
steering assist function for reducing
sufficiently if a vehicle ahead applies
driver fatigue during traffic jams when
the brakes suddenly, another vehicle
driving on expressways or highways.
cuts into the driving lane, or the
This system performs headway control
difference in vehicle speed between
to maintain a constant distance
your vehicle and the vehicle ahead is
between your vehicle and a vehicle
larger, which could result in an
ahead at a preset vehicle speed
accident. Check the surrounding
without you having to use the
conditions and always drive carefully
accelerator or brake pedal. Even
while keeping a safe distance from
further, with the steering assist
vehicles ahead and on-coming
function, when vehicle lane lines are
vehicles.
detected, the function assists the driver
in keeping the vehicle within the lane
lines. If lane lines are not detected, the
For the purposes of safety, switch the
function provides the driver driving
TJA off when it is not being used.
assistance in keeping the vehicle along
Leaving the TJA turned on when it is
the motion path with the vehicle
not in use is dangerous as it could
ahead.
operate unexpectedly, resulting in an
accident.
WARNING
Do not rely completely on TJA:
Do not use the TJA under the
¾ The TJA is not an automated driving
following conditions. Otherwise, it
system. In addition, the functions
may result in an accident.
have limitations. Do not rely
¾ General roads other than
completely on the system and always
expressways or highways (Driving
stay on course using the steering
under these conditions using the TJA
wheel.
is not possible.)
¾ Set a vehicle speed within the speed
¾ Roads with sharp curves and where
limit according to the road
vehicle traffic is heavy with
conditions and the weather
insufficient space between vehicles,
conditions.
or roads where frequent and
repetitive acceleration and
deceleration occur (Driving under
these conditions using the TJA is not
possible).
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i-ACTIVSENSE
¾ When entering and exiting
¾ The vehicle is driven on roads with
interchanges, service areas, and
lane lines other than white (yellow)
parking areas of expressways (If you
lines, such as an expressway.
exit an expressway while headway
control is in use, the vehicle ahead
will no longer be tracked and your
Do not get out of the vehicle while
vehicle may accelerate to the set
the stop hold control is operating.
speed).
Getting out of the vehicle while the
¾ Slippery roads such as icy or
stop hold control is operating is
snow-covered roads (Tires could spin
dangerous as the vehicle may move
causing you to lose vehicle control,
unexpectedly and result in an accident.
or the stop hold control may not
Before getting out of the vehicle,
operate.)
switch the TJA off, apply the parking
¾ Long, descending slopes (to
brake, and then shift the selector lever
maintain distance between vehicles,
to the P position.
the system automatically and
continuously applies the brakes
which could result in the loss of
brake power.)
CAUTION
¾ Two-wheeled vehicles such as
Turn the system off when the vehicle is
motorcycles or bicycles are ahead.
running on a chassis roller.
¾ Slopes with a steep gradient (The
Heed the following cautions so that
vehicle ahead may not be detected
the TJA can operate normally.
correctly, your vehicle may slip while
stopped by the stop hold control, or
¾ Turn the system off when the vehicle
it may accelerate suddenly after it
is running on a chassis roller.
starts moving.)
¾ Do not modify the vehicle's
¾ Driving under bad weather
suspensions.
conditions (rain, fog, and snow).
¾ Always use wheels of the specified
¾ The vehicle is driven on slippery
size for the front and rear wheels.
roads such as icy or snow-covered
Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer
roads and unpaved roads (Tires
for tire replacement.
could spin causing you to lose
vehicle control, or the stop hold
control may not operate.)
NOTE
¾ Tires of a different specified size are
The headway control does not detect
used, such as a temporary spare tire.
the following as physical objects.
¾ Tires with insufficient tread are used.
¾ The tire pressures are not adjusted to
Vehicles approaching in the
the specified pressure.
opposite direction
¾ The vehicle is being used to tow a
Pedestrians
camper or boat trailer.
Stationary objects (stopped
¾ Tire chains are used.
vehicles, obstructions)
If a vehicle ahead is traveling at an
extremely low speed, the system may
not detect it correctly.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
If there is a structure on the road or
White (yellow) lane lines or
an object (such as a monorail) at a
vehicles ahead are less visible
low height off the ground in front of
because of bad weather (rain, fog,
the vehicle, the system may operate.
or snow).
Therefore, do not use the TJA.
The vehicle is driven on a
Do not use the TJA under conditions
temporary lane or section with a
in which close proximity warnings
closed lane resulting from
are frequently activated.
construction where there might be
If it is necessary to accelerate for a
multiple white (yellow) lane lines,
lane change or the vehicle ahead
or they are interrupted.
brakes suddenly causing you to close
The camera picks up an obscure
in on the vehicle rapidly, accelerate
line, such as a temporary line being
using the accelerator pedal or
used for construction, or because
decelerate using the brake pedal
of shade, unmelted snow, or
depending on the conditions.
grooves filled with water.
While the TJA is in use, any intended
The road surface is wet and shiny
engine braking does not occur even
after rain, or there are puddles on
if you shift the selector lever. If
the road.
deceleration is required, lower the
Heavy luggage is loaded in the
vehicle speed setting or depress the
luggage compartment or on the
brake pedal.
rear seat causing the vehicle to tilt.
While braking by the TJA control is
A vehicle in front of your vehicle is
operating, you might hear an
running near a white (yellow) lane
operation sound, however, this does
line making it less visible.
not indicate a problem.
The windshield is dirty or foggy.
The brake lights turn on while
The vehicle is driven through an
braking by the TJA control is
intersection, a junction, or a fork in
operating, however, they may not
the road.
turn on while the vehicle is on a
While white (yellow) lane lines
down slope at the set vehicle speed
cannot be detected due to road or
or traveling at a constant speed and
weather conditions.
following a vehicle ahead.
The surrounding brightness
Under the following conditions, the
suddenly changes such as when
TJA may not be able to detect white
entering or exiting a tunnel.
(yellow) lines or vehicles ahead
The illumination of the headlights
correctly and the TJA may not
is weakened because of dirt or the
operate normally.
optical axis is deviated at night.
Back-light is reflected off the road
The forward sensing camera (FSC)
surface or the road surface is wet
cannot recognize the area in front
and shiny after rain.
of the vehicle due to soiling or fog.
The shade of a guardrail parallel to
The white (yellow) lane lines are
a white (yellow) lane line is cast on
less visible because of dirt or paint
the road.
flaking.
The width of a lane is excessively
narrow or wide.
The road is excessively uneven.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
The vehicle is shaken after hitting a
NOTE
road bump.
Steering assist limit warning
There are various road markings or
division lines (lane markings) of
If the steering assist function cannot
various shapes near an
keep the vehicle within the lane lines
intersection.
while the steering assist function is
The area in front of the camera is
operating, a warning sound is activated
soiled or an object that obstructs
and a warning is displayed on the
the field of view is installed.
multi-information display to urge the
Exhaust gas from the vehicle in
driver to operate the steering wheel.
front, sand, snow, and water vapor
rising from manholes and grating,
and water splashed into the air.
The surroundings are dark such as
during the early evening or early
morning.
A vehicle ahead with a certain
taillight shape.
A vehicle ahead veers off course
from your vehicle's line of travel.
A vehicle ahead is driving
erratically.
The vehicle is driven on roads with
tight curves.
Traffic Jam Assist (TJA) Display
Indication
The TJA setting status and operation
Headway control function
conditions are indicated on the
If a vehicle ahead is detected while
multi-information display or the active
traveling at a constant speed, the
driving display.
vehicle-ahead indication is displayed
Multi-information display (Basic
and headway control is performed.
display)
Steering assist function
When lane lines are detected, the
function assists the driver in keeping
the vehicle within the lane lines. If lane
lines are not detected, the function
provides the driver driving assistance in
keeping the vehicle along the motion
path with the vehicle ahead.
1. Vehicle ahead display
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i-ACTIVSENSE
2. TJA set vehicle speed
Inactive
Multi-information display
(i-ACTIVSENSE display)
Active (vehicle ahead)
Active (lane line)
1. Vehicle ahead display
2. TJA set vehicle speed
Active driving display
If there is a problem with the TJA, a
message is displayed on the
1. Vehicle ahead display
multi-information display. Check the
2. TJA set vehicle speed
details of the problem on the center
display and then have your vehicle
inspected by an Authorized Mazda
Steering assist function display
Dealer.
When the steering assist function
Refer to If a Warning Light Turns On or
operates, the steering assist operation
Flashes on page 7-22.
display on the display changes from
white to green.
NOTE
You can view the multi-information
display to check whether the steering
assist is performing controls in
conjunction with the traffic lane lines
or a vehicle ahead.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
Close Proximity Warning
If your vehicle rapidly closes in on the
vehicle ahead while you are traveling
under headway control, the warning
sound is activated and the brake
warning is indicated on the display.
Keep a safe distance between your
vehicle and a vehicle ahead.
1.
“Depress Brake Pedal” message is
displayed
NOTE
In the following cases, the warnings
and brakes may not operate even if
your vehicle starts closing in on the
vehicle ahead.
You are driving your vehicle at the
same speed as the vehicle ahead.
Directly after the TJA operates.
Directly after the accelerator pedal is
released.
Another vehicle cuts into the driving
lane in front of you.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
Setting the System
Operation conditions
Headway control function
The TJA operates when all of the following conditions are met.
The vehicle speed is about 0 km/h (0 mph) to 145 km/h (90 mph).
The selector lever is in the D or M position (manual mode).
The TJA is operating.
The headway control function of the Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go
function (MRCC with Stop & Go function) is set to operable (if it was set to
inoperable, set it to operable using the personalization function).
The brake pedal is not depressed.
The parking brake is released (Electric Parking Brake (EPB) indicator light is turned
off).
There is no problem with the DSC.
All the doors are closed.
The driver's seat belt is fastened.
NOTE
Under the following conditions, the TJA cannot be used when the vehicle speed is
30 km/h (19 mph) or slower.
There is a problem with the stop hold control function.
There is a problem with the Electric Parking Brake (EPB).
The TJA may not launch directly after the engine starts.
Steering assist function
The steering assist function operates when all of the following conditions are met.
Your vehicle is moving and less than about 56 km/h (35 mph).
White (yellow) lane lines on both sides are detected and you are driving near the
center of the lane, or your vehicle detects a vehicle ahead.
The steering wheel is not turned sharply.
The turn signal lever is not operated.
The headway control function is operating.
NOTE
The steering assist function operates so that the vehicle remains near the center of
the driving lane, however, depending on conditions such as the road curvature,
road slope and undulations, and vehicle speed, the function might not be able to
keep the vehicle near the center of the driving lane.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
Setting method
1. CANCEL switch
2. RES switch
3. TJA switch
1. Press the TJA switch.
The TJA standby indication (white) turns on. In addition, the TJA display
indication is displayed on the multi-information display at the same time.
2. Adjust the vehicle speed to the desired setting using the accelerator pedal and
press the RES switch up (SET+) or down (SET-) to start headway control.
The set speed is indicated on the display. At the same time, the TJA standby
indication (white) changes to the TJA set indication (green).
3. The headway control is operable when all of the conditions for it to operate are
met, or the steering assist function is operable when all of the conditions for it to
operate are met.
NOTE
If a vehicle ahead is detected while traveling at a constant speed, the
vehicle-ahead indication is displayed and headway control is performed.
Additionally, when a vehicle ahead is no longer detected, the vehicle-ahead
indication turns off and the system switches back to travel at constant speed.
Headway control is not possible if the vehicle ahead is driving faster than your
vehicle's set speed. Adjust the system to the desired vehicle speed using the
accelerator pedal.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
When the ignition is switched OFF, the system status before it was turned off is
maintained. For example, if the ignition is switched OFF with the TJA operable, the
TJA remains operational the next time the ignition is switched ON.
When the TJA switch is pressed while the Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop &
Go function (MRCC with Stop & Go function) system is operating, the TJA
operates. In addition, when the MRCC switch is pressed while the TJA is
operating, the Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go function (MRCC with
Stop & Go function) system operates.
Changing the set vehicle speed
(To accelerate/decelerate using the RES switch)
When the RES switch is pressed up (SET+), the vehicle accelerates and when the RES
switch is pressed down (SET-), it decelerates.
Press and release immediately: 1 km/h (1 mph)
Press and hold: 10 km/h (5 mph)
(To increase speed using accelerator pedal)
Depress the accelerator pedal and press the RES switch up (SET+) or down (SET-) at
the desired speed. If the switch is not operated, the system returns to the set speed
after you release your foot from the accelerator pedal.
NOTE
The warnings and brake control do not operate while depressing the accelerator
pedal.
The lowest possible speed which can be set on the TJA is 30 km/h (19 mph).
The vehicle speed setting can be changed by operating the RES switch during stop
hold control.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
Changing the distance between vehicles during headway control
The distance-between-vehicles can be set to 4 levels; Long, medium, short, and
extremely short distance.
The distance-between-vehicles is set to a shorter distance by pressing the CANCEL
switch down. The distance-between-vehicles is set to a longer distance by pressing
the CANCEL switch up.
Distance-between-vehicles
Indication on display
guideline
Indication on multi-information
Indication on active driving dis-
(at 80 km/h (50 mph) vehicle
display
play*1
speed)
Long (about 50 m (164 ft))
Medium (about 40 m (131 ft))
Short (about 30 m (98 ft))
Extremely short (about 25 m (82
ft))
*1
Displays a pop-up image when the CANCEL switch is operated.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
NOTE
The distance-between-vehicles differs depending on the vehicle speed, and the
slower the vehicle speed, the shorter the distance.
When the ignition is switched to ACC or OFF, the set distance-between-vehicles is
taken over automatically even when the engine is started again.
The function is temporarily canceled
Headway control function
When the following operations are performed, the headway control function is
temporarily canceled and the TJA set indication (green) changes to the TJA standby
indication (white) at the same time.
The CANCEL switch is pressed one time.
The brake pedal is depressed.
The selector lever is in the P, N, or R position.
In the following cases, the TJA cancel indication is displayed and a sound is activated
one time.
The DSC has operated.
The Smart Brake Support (SBS) has operated.
The vehicle is driven on a downslope for a long time.
There is a problem with the system.
The front radar sensor cannot detect target objects (during rain, fog, snow or other
inclement weather conditions, or when the radiator grille is dirty).
The parking brake is applied.
Any of the doors is opened.
The driver's seat belt is unfastened.
The operation frequency of the braking by the TJA control is high.
The parking brake is automatically applied during stop hold control.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
Steering assist function
If any of the following conditions occurs, the steering assist function is temporarily
canceled.
The headway control function is canceled.
White (yellow) lane lines cannot be detected or a vehicle ahead cannot be
recognized.
Your vehicle speed is more than about 64 km/h (40 mph).
The accelerator pedal is operated.
The turn signal lever is operated.
The vehicle is being driven on a sharp curve.
The width of a lane is excessively narrow or wide.
The vehicle crosses a lane line.
The driver takes his/her hands off the steering wheel.
The steering wheel is operated abruptly.
There is a problem with the system.
The temperature in the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) is too high or too low.
The windshield around the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) is foggy.
The windshield around the Forward Sensing Camera (FSC) is blocked by an
obstruction, causing poor forward visibility.
NOTE
If you take your hands off the steering wheel (not holding the steering wheel), the
warning sound is activated and an alert is indicated on the multi-information
display and the active driving display.
Multi-information display
Active driving display
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i-ACTIVSENSE
If the steering wheel is held lightly, or depending on the road conditions, the
system determines that you have released the steering wheel (not holding the
steering wheel) even if you are holding it, and an alert is indicated on the
multi-information display and the active driving display.
To resume operation
If the TJA is temporarily canceled, it will resume operation at the previously set speed
by pressing the RES switch after all of the operation conditions have been met.
NOTE
If the set speed is not indicated on the display, the system does not operate even if
the RES switch is pressed.
After the operation, the steering assist operation may not operate for a period of 5
seconds at the most until the lane lines are detected or a vehicle ahead is
recognized.
Turning off
When the TJA switch is pressed while the TJA is operating, the TJA turns off.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
Stop Hold Control
If the TJA is temporarily canceled,
depress the accelerator pedal and
While in headway control using the
start driving the vehicle. If the TJA is
TJA, your vehicle will stop when a
temporarily canceled, you cannot
vehicle ahead stops. When the vehicle
resume driving by pressing the RES
is stopped and the stop hold control
switch when there are no vehicles in
operates, the TJA indicator light turns
front of your vehicle.
on.
If the vehicle ahead starts moving
within 3 seconds after your vehicle is
stopped by the stop hold control,
headway control will continue even if
you do not resume driving your
vehicle, such as by depressing the
NOTE
accelerator pedal.
Even if the TJA is temporarily
canceled during stop hold control,
the vehicle is held in its stopped
Vehicle departure information
position.
If you do not resume driving within a
The parking brake is automatically
few seconds after the vehicle ahead
applied and the vehicle is held in its
starts moving during stop hold control,
stopped position when 10 minutes
the multi-information display
or longer have passed since the stop
vehicle-ahead indication flashes to
hold control operated. When this
urge the driver to resume driving. If you
occurs, the TJA is temporarily
do not resume driving after the
canceled.
indicator light flashes, a sound is
The brake lights turn on during stop
activated to urge you to resume
hold control.
driving.
To resume driving
After the vehicle ahead starts moving
while your vehicle is stopped under
stop hold control, press the RES switch
or depress the accelerator pedal to
cancel the stop hold control and start
driving.
NOTE
When you resume driving by pressing
the RES switch, your vehicle does not
start moving until the distance
between your vehicle and the vehicle
ahead lengthens to the specified
distance or farther.
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i-ACTIVSENSE
¾ The functions of the LAS have
Lane-keep Assist System
limitations. Always stay on course
(LAS)*
using the steering wheel and drive
with care.
Lane-keep Assist System (LAS)
¾ Do not use the LAS under the
following circumstances, otherwise it
The LAS provides steering assistance to
may result in an accident.
help the driver stay within the vehicle
lane if the vehicle might be deviating.
¾ The vehicle is driven on slippery
The forward sensing camera (FSC)
roads such as icy or snow-covered
detects the white lines (yellow lines) of
roads, and unpaved roads.
the vehicle lane in which the vehicle is
¾ Tires of a different specified size
traveling and if the system determines
are used, such as a temporary
that the vehicle may deviate from its
spare tire.
lane, it operates the electric power
¾ Tires with insufficient tread are
steering to assist the driver’s steering
used.
operation. The system also alerts the
¾ The tire pressures are not adjusted
driver by displaying an alert on the
to the specified pressure.
multi-information display and the
¾ The vehicle is being used to tow a
active driving display. Use the system
camper or boat trailer.
when you drive the vehicle on roads
¾ Tire chains are used.
with white (yellow) lines such as
¾ The vehicle is driven on roads with
expressways and highways.
lane lines other than white (yellow)
lines, such as an expressway.
CAUTION
Heed the following cautions so that
the LAS can operate normally.
¾ Do not modify the vehicle's
suspensions.
¾ Always use tires of the specified type
1. Forward sensing camera (FSC)
and size for the front and rear
wheels. Consult an Authorized
WARNING
Mazda Dealer for tire replacement.
Do not rely completely on the LAS:
¾ The LAS is not an automated driving
system. In addition, the system is not
designed to compensate for a
driver’s lack of caution, and
over-reliance on the system could
lead to an accident.
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