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2016 Mazda3 Safety Features

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

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Japanese automaker Mazda designs cars that are great to drive, respond well to controls, and are designed for comfort and safety. The 2016 Mazda3 is a fun four door compact sedan that doesn’t cut corners on safety.

i-Activsense Active Safety Features on the go

The Mazda3 comes built in with all the i-Activsense Active Safety Features that help to both prevent collisions and also keep you safe in the event of an accident.

Mazda Radar Cruise Control takes the pain out of driving by automatically helping you maintain a safe minimum distance between your Mazda3 and the car ahead of you. A close proximity warning allows the driver to take corrective action by slowing down or moving out of the way if the pre-set speed and distance parameters are breached. The Forward Obstruction Warning also helps alert you to obstructions ahead. In the event that no corrective action is taken, at speeds from 2 to 18 mph, the Smart City Brake Support kicks in. Brakes are automatically applied if a collision is anticipated. Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring helps you avoid bumping into any obstructions in your blind spots by alerting you to them ahead of time.

If you appear to be moving or drifting out of your lane and are traveling at speed over 44 mph, the Lane Departure Warning System lets you know so you can get back in control. The Rear Cross Traffic Alert is useful for when you the car is being backed up and warns you of approaching vehicles.

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A High Beam Control feature on the Mazda3 makes the switch from high beam to low beam and back much easier. Once the car detects an approaching vehicle (oncoming), it turns beams low. Once the car passes, it goes back to high beam.

Improved visibility comes courtesy of the Adaptive Front-lighting System. This makes your car headlights turn as you turn a corner so you can see better even in low light or poor visibility conditions.

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Mazda’s Next-Generation Car Connectivity System That Enables You to Safely Enjoy the Convenience of Your Smartphone While in Your Car

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

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In this day and age of internet and mobile connectivity, it is only fair that automakers provide the best in their cars to support that kind of connectivity. Mazda happens to be one of the few brands that achieves this and more.

With its next-generation car connectivity system, Mazda makes sure that both, passengers and drivers enjoy the convenience of operating their smartphones on the go, without risking their safety.

The system offers a wide range of benefits that include:

  • Access to several online applications and services like AhaTM via smartphone linking.
  • Software updating to ensure that it never becomes outdated and adapts to evolving smartphone operating systems and functions.
  • Hardware structure flexibility with function specific module units that allow users to perform a range of functions.

The connectivity system is also developed constantly to make sure it can accommodate future services and applications.

Mazda has also developed a next generation HMI in accordance with the automaker’s existing Heads-Up Cockpit idea. The objective of the HMI is to make sure drivers don’t get too distracted while driving, without compromising on their ability to manage information.

For example, a human-centered design cuts down on manual, cognitive, and visual distractions. The cockpit is divided into information specific zones. A 7 inch display remains positioned within the driver’s line of vision, which prevents the driver from lowering his/her eyes.

An Active Driving Display positioned above the meter hood displays critical information such as the speed of the vehicle and navigational directions.

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Mazda CX-9 SUV – Safety Features

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

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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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Tires of the Mazda MX-5

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

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Mazda MX-5 is a great vehicle by all stretches of imagination. However, when the tires are taken into consideration, it becomes clearer as to why the vehicle is a definite winner. Many of the contemporary MX-5 versions come with Yokohama or Toyo variety of tires. Toyo’s Proxes variety could be considered to be the best replacement for the tires of MX-5. The tire has been constructed with the sports varieties in consideration. The handling, stability and grip of these tires are outstanding. Additionally, the tires have a rather directional pattern of tread, thus making it a fantastic combination for the MX-5 from the perspectives of both appearance and technology.

Among other choices, Bridgestone and Falken are also good for the MX-5. These tires are considered to be better than Nexen and Kumho. Additionally, SportContact and PremiumContact tires could also fit the MX-5 and could be well considered to be a good alternative. In this regard, it is important to mention that tires constitute one of the mostly intricate parts of a vehicle. The tires require inspection on a regular basis in order for them to function properly. Mazda MX-5 has got Tyre Pressure Monitoring System so that you get to know the condition of the tires. Additionally, you could also set the Tyre Maintenance reminder. It is essential so that you don’t forget to service the tires.

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