To plan a route on your navigation system, do the following:
h the NAV button on the commander switch.
lect NEW DESTINATION .
lect Find Address .
NOTE: By default, the navigation system detects the country and city/town
you are in. If needed, you can change the country or state setting by selecting
Country or a new city/town by selecting City or Zip code.
4 Enter the street name. 5 Ent
er the house number, then select the . 6
ystem transitions to a screen where the input location can be
checked. To transition to the next screen, select
Select, or to transition
to the previous screen, select .
NAVIGATION SYSTEM (if equipped)
Planning A Route
ICON Voice Control Purpose
Menu Bar To open and close the Menu bar.
Destination To enter an address or favorite destination, or select
a place of interest or a location on the map.
Information To switch to the navigation information screen on
which items such as traffic information and GPS
reception conditions are located.
Cancel To cancel an existing way point/route.
Interest To find places nearby.
Route Options To display the route parameters and full length of
route. Perform route-related actions such as edit or
cancel, pick route alternatives, avoid parts, and add
destination to Favorites.
To change the map mode
(2D north up / 2D heading up / 3D).
To adjust the navigation settings.
I M P O R TA N T: • In the interest of safety and to reduce
tractions while you are driving, you should
always plan a route before you start driving.
• To adjust the volume of the navigation system
voice while driving, adjust the volume by
turning the VOL knob when voice guidance is
being given. To prompt voice guidance, push
the NAVI button to repeat the last instruction.
Lane Departure War ning System
(LDWS) and Lane-keep Assist
System (LAS) System On (WHITE)/
Lane Detected (GREEN)
Adaptive Front-Lighting System
Traction Control System (TCS) OFF
Traction Control System (TCS)/
Dynamic Stability Contr
ol (DSC) On: TCS/DSC malfunction
Flashing: TCS/DSC operating
Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) OFF/
Rear Cross Traf fic Alert
(RCTA) System (pp. 25-26)
SPORT Mode On (p. 38)
Lights On (Exterior)
High Beam Control On
Headlight High Beams On
Air Bag/Front Seat Belt
Pretensioner System Malfunction
Seat Belt Unbuckled/Malfunction
Engine Oil Level
Brake Pedal Operation Demand
Turn Signals/Hazar d
Tire Pressur e Monitoring System
(TPMS) (p. 6) On/Warning Beep: Low tire pressure in one
or more tires. Flashing: TPMS Malfunction
Cruise Main On (WHITE)
Cruise Set On (GREEN)
Mazda Radar Cruise Control
On ( AMBER), Set (GREEN) (pp. 19-20)
Anti-lock Brake System
Smart Brake Support (SBS) and
Smart City Brake Support (SCBS)
Flashing Red: SBS and SCBS are operating.
Amber: SBS and/or SCBS malfunction.
SBS and SCBS are turned of f.
TPMS NOTE: Low ambient temperature and/or high altitude may cause tire pressures to
change and turn the TPMS warning light on. If the warning light comes on, see p. 6.
The outside temperature unit can be
switched between °C and °F using System
Settings in the infotainment system.
IMPORTANT: When your Mazda
Connect display setting is set on “AUTO”, the instrument cluster and display may become dimmer when the headlights are
on. If the display and instrument cluster become too dim or too bright when
the headlights are on, simply rotate the
dimmer knob located on your instrument cluster to adjust the brightness.
GLOSSARY OF WARNING AND INDICATOR LIGHTS
Instrument Cluster Type A
(with Multi-Information Display)