Mazda CX-3: Transaxle Ranges / Active Adaptive Shift (AAS)

Mazda CX-3 (2015-2024) Owner's Manual / When Driving / Automatic Transaxle / Transaxle Ranges / Active Adaptive Shift (AAS)

Active Adaptive Shift (AAS) automatically controls the transaxle shift points to best suit the road conditions and driver input. This improves driving feel. The transaxle may switch to AAS mode when driving up and down slopes, cornering, driving at high elevations, or depressing the accelerator pedal quickly while the selector lever is in the D position. Depending on the road and driving conditions/vehicle operations, gear shifting could be delayed or not occur, however, this does not indicate a problem because the AAS mode will maintain the optimum gear position.

    Shift Position Indication

    The selector position is indicated when the ignition is switched ON. Gear position indication In manual shift mode, the “M” of the shift position indication illuminates and the numeral for the selected gear is displayed...

    Manual Shift Mode

    The manual shift mode gives you the feel of driving a manual transaxle vehicle by allowing you to operate the selector lever manually. This allows you to control engine rpm and torque to the drive wheels much like a manual transaxle when more control is desired...

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    Mazda CX-3 (2015-2024) Owner's Manual: Recommendations for Shifting


    Upshifting For normal acceleration, Mazda recommends these shift points: For cruising, Mazda recommends these shift points: Downshifting When you must slow down in heavy traffic or on a steep upgrade, downshift before the engine starts to overwork...

    Mazda CX-3 (2015-2024) Owner's Manual: Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM)(Some models)


    The BSM is designed to assist the driver in checking the area to the rear of the vehicle on both sides during lane changes by notifying the driver of the presence of vehicles approaching from the rear in an adjacent lane. The BSM detects vehicles approaching from the rear while traveling in the forward direction at a speed of 10 km/h (6...

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    Child-Restraint System Types

    In this owner's manual, explanation of child-restraint systems is provided for the following three types of popular child-restraint systems: infant seat, child seat, booster seat.

    NOTE

    Installation position is determined by the type of child-restraint system. Always read the manufacturer's instructions and this owner's manual carefully. Due to variations in the design of child-restraint systems, vehicle seats and seat belts, all child-restraint systems may not fit all seating positions. Before purchasing a child-restraint system, it should be tested in the specific vehicle seating position (or positions) where it is intended to be used. If a previously purchased child-restraint system does not fit, you may need to purchase a different one that will.

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