Mazda Driver Assistance features

What kind of Driver Assistance features are available on Mazda vehicles?

Mazda Driver Assistance Features

Mazda vehicles have many standard and available safety systems implemented in them to help passengers stay safe and to give you peace of mind behind the wheel. Let’s take a closer look at some of the driver assistance features available on your Mazda vehicle.

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2017 Mazda Driver Assistance Features

Driver assistance technology features available on Mazda vehicles that help enhance safety and comfort include:

  • Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS): AFS helps provide a well-lit field of view while driving at night. It optimizes the distribution of light from the headlights and essentially turns the headlights in the direction you intend to travel.
  • High Beam Control (HBC): HBC detects oncoming and preceding vehicles and automatically switches your high beam lights on and off when it deems it appropriate.
  • Driver Attention Alert (DAA): DAA helps fight inattentiveness due to driver fatigue. Your Mazda learns your driver habits at speeds above about 40 MPH and gives you an alert on your Multi-Information Display (MID) when it detects changes in vehicle behavior.
  • Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM): BSM uses radars in the rear bumper to detect vehicles approaching from behind in adjacent lanes. If you indicate to change lanes while a vehicle is in the blind spot, an icon flashes on the MID and a warning beep is sounded.
  • Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC): When you set the cruise control at highway speeds, MRCC uses a radar to judge the relative speed and distance of the car ahead, sets a safe following distance and automatically adjusts your speed to maintain that distance.

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