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Safety is a priority when it comes to the latest Mazda CX-9 SUV. The body structure of the Mazda CX-9 is extremely strong and the vehicle is equipped with airbags (for all 3 rows) ensuring excellent collision protection. Passengers are also protected by the DSC or Dynamic Stability Control, RSC or Roll Stability Control and ABS along with EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution).
The unique i-ACTIV AWD™ in Mazda (all-wheel drive system) has the ability to sense all kinds of road conditions. It can predict the potential track changes and distribute torque between rear and front wheels to avoid wheel slippage.
On highways, where the speed can cross 19mph, the Radar Cruise Control in the Mazda CX-9 can estimate the relative distance and speed of the vehicle ahead. It works within a restricted speed range and helps keep the car at a safe distance from the vehicle ahead. Hence, highway driving becomes less strenuous.
The ‘Close Proximity Warning’ system in the Mazda CX-9 offers visual and audio warnings when it can sense that your car is fast approaching the vehicle ahead. The Smart City Brake Support in the Mazda CX-9 helps reduce and possibly prevent any front collisions when the car is being driven in the speed range of 2 to 18mph. It automatically applies brakes when it comprehends that a collision is unavoidable. The Blind Spot Monitoring* system makes use of radar sensors for detecting objects in the right or left blind spots. Visit the CardinaleWay Mazda Corona showroom to check out the latest Mazda vehicles.
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2595 Wardlow Road
Corona, CA 92882