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2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt
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2010 Mazda Cx 9 Qt

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  • 1. 9 X-IDE CU G D{ T ZT{R { mT S R 0{ 01 M 2 S Optional equipment shown. 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 1 7/1/09 10:07:34 AM
  • 2. Key Lock ADVAnCED KEyLESS EnTry SySTEM STArTInG ThE EnGInE Unlock • This system allows you to lock and unlock While Carrying the Advanced Key… the doors, open the liftgate and even start • tart the engine by pushing the start knob in and turning it (like a S the engine without taking the key out. normal key) while depressing the brake pedal. While Carrying the Advanced Key… • hut the engine OFF by turning the start knob to the ACC position S • nlock the driver’s door by pushing U and then pushing in and turning to the Lock position. Liftgate the driver’s door request switch once. Panic Alarm • he KEy indicator light will show green when the advanced key is T • nlock all doors by pushing the U detected. If the KEy indicator light flashes green, the advanced key driver’s door request switch twice transmitter battery power is low. OR by pushing the passenger’s door Door request Switch request switch. With the Auxiliary Key… • ock or unlock the liftgate by L 1 To start engine, remove the pushing the liftgate request switch once. Start knob cover by pushing • Lock all doors by pushing the driver’s both release buttons and door or passenger door request pulling the cover off. switch once. 2 Push the key release to • pen the front windows and O remove the auxiliary key. Liftgate request Switch moon roof by pushing the unlock button on the advanced keyless 3 nsert the auxiliary key into I entry transmitter and then pushing the key cylinder and turn again and holding; release to stop. it to start the engine. • lose front windows and moon roof C by pushing and holding the driver’s LIFTGATE door request switch; release to stop. Liftgate handle • o open, pull up on the handle and T KEyLESS EnTry SySTEM raise the liftgate. • o close, push liftgate down until it T This system remotely locks and unlocks the doors and the liftgate, and opens securely locks, but do not slam. Liftgate the power windows and moon roof. handle release Button Lock • Push to extend key. • Push once to lock all • Push & fold to retract key. doors and liftgate. Power Liftgate Switch • Push twice (within five seconds) for horn sound POWEr LIFTGATE Unlock verification that all doors are locked. • o open or close using the keyless transmitter, push and hold the T • Push once to unlock open/close button for one second or more. driver’s doors. Panic Alarm • o open or close from the driver’s seat, push and hold the power liftgate T • Push twice (within three • Push for one second or seconds) to unlock all more to activate alarm. switch on the dashboard (see Driver’s View) for one second or more. doors and liftgate. • Push Lock, Unlock, or • o close when the liftgate is open, push and hold the power liftgate T 1 • Push twice and hold to open Panic Alarm to turn switch located on the lower edge of the liftgate panel for one second 2 front windows and moon roof. alarm off. or more. 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 2-3 7/1/09 10:07:53 AM
  • 3. Seats ELECTrOnICALLy OPErATED SEAT W/MEMOry SPLIT FOLDInG ThIrD-rOW SEAT To create a flat luggage compartment recline Switch space, fold the seatbacks forward. Push forward or backward 1 Open liftgate. to adjust seatback angle. 2 ower head restraints. L Slide/Tilt Switch 3 ull the strap on the rear of the P seat while pushing the seat Seat can be moved back forward to lay flat. Straps and forth, raised, lowered, or tilted with this control. To return to the Original Position P ull the strap to return the seatback to the original position. Lumbar Switch ThIrD-rOW SEAT ACCESS Push forward or backward to increase or • ull the third-row seat access lever on the P Memory Seat Switch decrease lumbar support. side of the second-row seatback to fold and slide the seat forward to access Seatback folding third-row seating. lever To Program the Driver’s Seat Position • Return the second-row seatback to the 1 Park the vehicle. normal upright position by pulling up on 2 djust the seat to the desired position using the slide/tilt and A the seatback until it locks into place. recline switches. • lide the second-row seat forward or back S Third-row seat 3 hile pushing the memory seat SET button in, push one of the three W for proper legroom using the lever under programming buttons until a beep is heard. Programming is now access lever the front of the seat. complete. Program the remaining two buttons as desired. nOTE: You can also program a seat position for each advanced key/retractable type key used with the vehicle. See Owner’s Manual for programming instructions. SECOnD rOW SEATBACK rECLInE To Move the Seat to a Programmed Position To recline the seatback, lean forward slightly while pulling the third-row seat access or seatback folding lever. Then lean back to the desired • ith driver’s door OPEn and ignition OFF, push and release one W position and release the lever. of the programmed buttons (1, 2, or 3) when entering the vehicle. Or • ith driver’s door CLOSED and ignition On, push and hold one of W FOLDInG ThE SECOnD-rOW SEATS the programmed buttons (1, 2, or 3). 1 Unfasten the lap portion of the center-rear seat belt. nOTE: Memory seat functions DO NOT operate when driver’s door is OPEN and 2 Slide seat all the way back toward rear of vehicle. ignition is ON, when driver’s door is CLOSED and ignition is OFF, or when the vehicle 3 Lower head restraints. is in motion. 4 Pull the seatback folding lever and fold the seatback forward. 3 4 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 4-5 7/1/09 10:08:07 AM
  • 4. Driver’s View (shown with optional Navigation System) InFOrMATIOn PASSEnGEr nAVIGATIOn/ LIGhTS/TUrn SIGnALS DISPLAy hAzArD AUDIO AIrBAG OFF (P. 9) (PP. 14, 15-16) WArnInG (PP. 21-24) InDICATOr1 AUDIO WIThOUT nAVIGATIOn (PP. 17-18) POWEr LIFTGATE SWITCh (P. 2) BLInD SPOT MOnITOrInG (BSM) (P. 13) AUDIO WIThOUT nAVIGATIOn (PP. 19-20) hEADLIGhT LEVELInG TrACTIOn COnTrOL SySTEM (TCS) hOOD BLUETOOTh ® TILT/TELESCOPInG CrUISE COnTrOL/ WIPEr/ CLIMATE SEAT ACCESSOry rELEASE hAnDS-FrEE STEErInG WhEEL nAVIGATIOn VOICE WAShEr COnTrOL WArMErS SOCKET (P. 25)/AUDIO (P. 10) (PP. 15-16) (PP. 15-16) LEVEr (behind rECOGnITIOn steering wheel) 1 This indicator light illuminates to remind you that the front passenger’s front/side airbags and seatbelt pretensioner will not deploy during a collision. The reason for this is that the weight in the seat is 5 less than approximately 66 lbs. Always wear your seatbelt and secure children in the rear seats in 6 appropriate child restraints. See the Owner’s Manual for important information on this safety feature. 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 6-7 7/1/09 10:08:30 AM
  • 5. Instrument Cluster InSTrUMEnT FUEL GAUGE TAChOMETEr GEAr InDICATOr ODOMETEr/ SPEEDOMETEr EnGInE COOLAnT TrIP METEr CLUSTEr DIMMEr1 TrIP METEr2 TEMPErATUrE GAUGE SELECTOr GLOSSAry OF WArnInG AnD InDICATOr LIGhTS nOTE: See Owner’s Manual for more details and explanations. Brake Low Engine Oil Pressure Parking brake on/low brake Low Fuel Tire Pressure fluid/malfunction Security Indicator Monitoring System (TPMS) Turn Signals/ Door Ajar Tire pressure may be low in one or KEy KEy Warning Light (rED) more tires. hazard Warning Advanced key not detected 4WD 4WD or transmitter battery is dead. Automatic Transmission Dealer inspection is required if this KEy Indicator Light (GrEEn) TCS TCS OFF Transmission malfunction KEy OFF (Traction Control System) light is flashing, indicating high temperature differential oil, or if the On: Advanced key detected; engine A/T Shift Position is ready to start. light stays illuminated, indicating an Flashing: Advanced key battery is low. Charging System headlight high Beam abnormality with the system. Charging system malfunction Traction Control System Seat Belt Check Fuel Cap (TCS)/Dynamic Stability Seat Belt unbuckled/malfunction Powertrain Malfunction/ reduced Power Control (DSC) Cruise Main Indicator ABS On: TCS/DSC malfunction (Antilock Brake System) Light (AMBEr)/Cruise Set BSM BSM OFF Flashing: TCS/DSC operating ABS malfunction OFF Indicator Light (GrEEn) (Blind Spot Monitoring) Airbag/Front Seat Belt Pretensioner System Low Washer Fluid Lights On (Exterior Lights) Check Engine On or Flashing: Airbag malfunction 1 nOTE: If the instrument cluster and other dashboard illuminations do not dim when turning on the nOTE: The tire pressure should be set when tires are cold. Large changes in ambient head lights, push the knob. temperatures or altitude will cause tire pressure change and may cause TPMS warning 7 light to illuminate. 2 • Push to toggle between odometer and trip odometer (A & B). 8 • When a trip meter is selected, push and hold to reset to zero. 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 8-9 7/1/09 10:08:43 AM
  • 6. Feature Highlights LIGhTInG COnTrOL/TUrn SIGnAL LEVEr WInDShIELD WIPEr/WAShEr COnTrOL LEVEr AUTO: The light AUTO: The rain sensor senses the amount of rainfall and turns the wipers sensor automatically on or off. Rotate inner ring away from you (clockwise) for less sensitivity determines when to turn (requires more rain to turn wipers on) and towards you (counterclockwise) the headlights on or off. for more sensitivity (requires less rain to turn wipers on). : Turns tail, parking, : Turns fog lights nOTE: Vehicles not equipped with AUTO wipers will have INT wipers. Set the lever and dashboard lights on. on only when headlights to INT and choose an interval timing by rotating the ring between fast and slow. are on. Push for Less sensitive high Beams T ) MIS le wipe g (sin OFF AUTO ipers) (auto w LO (low Pull speed wipers) to Flash HI (high high Beams speed w ipers) Pull lever to dispense windshield More sensitive washer fluid. : Turns tail, parking, dashboard, rear Window and headlights on. Wiper/Washer InT = Intermittent On = Normal speed = ear washer/wiper R (hold as desired) 9 10 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 10-11 7/1/09 10:09:00 AM
  • 7. Feature Highlights SPOrT A/T MAnUAL ShIFT MODE AUTO-DIMMInG MIrrOr AnD hOMELInK® The Sport AT Manual Shift Mode gives you the feel of driving a manual transmission by allowing you to manually shift to control engine rpm and torque when more control is desired. To Use Manual Shift Mode: • hift lever from D to M. S nOTE: Changing to manual mode can be done while driving the vehicle. To Shift Up to a higher Gear: homeLink Auto-Dimming Light Auto-Dimming Auto-Dimming • ap shift lever back (+) once. T Indicator Light Sensor On Off To Shift Down to a Lower Gear: On Off • ap shift lever forward (-) once. T Auto-Dimming Mirror • uto-dimming will automatically darken your rearview mirror to reduce A headlight glare from vehicles behind you. • uto-dimming is activated every time the vehicle is started. A Lower Gear nOTE: In addition to the auto-dimming mirror’s rear light sensor, there is also a front light sensor (not shown). Do not place or hang any objects over the front or rear mirror light sensors, otherwise, the auto-dimming mirrors will not operate properly. higher Gear homeLink ® • his feature provides a convenient way to replace up to three T transmitters such as garage door openers, home lighting remotes FUEL DOOr rELEASE and other radio frequency devices. (located on floor inside driver’s side door) • Refer to your Owner’s Manual for complete programming details. To open, pull the remote fuel door release. nOTE: Fuel requirement 87 Octane. ALUMInUM WhEEL CArE Your aluminum wheels have a protective Fuel Door coating on them. Only use a mild soap or To avoid scratching the paint during neutral detergent with a sponge or soft refueling, secure the fuel filler cap cloth to clean them. Using a wire brush, tether over the hook as shown. polishing compound, solvent, or any type of abrasive cleaner may damage the protective coating. 11 12 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 12-13 7/1/09 10:09:19 AM
  • 8. Feature Highlights BLInD SPOT MOnITOrInG (BSM) SySTEM POrTABLE AUDIO PLAyEr InTEGrATIOn The Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) system is designed to assist the driver USInG ThE AUX JACK by monitoring the blind spots to the rear of the vehicle on both sides. Your vehicle is equipped with an AUX or • f your vehicle speed is 20 mph (32 km/h) or more, the BSM will warn I auxiliary jack that will allow you to play you of vehicles in the detection area by illuminating the BSM warning your portable audio player through the lights located on the left and right door mirrors. vehicle’s audio system. Learn the system • f you operate a turn signal in the direction of an illuminated BSM I when parked and do not let it distract you warning light, the system will also warn you with a beeping sound and while driving. Refer to the Owner’s Manual warning light flash. for additional information. • SM sensors are located under the left and right rear bumper areas. B The BSM system may not operate properly if the rear bumper gets too nOTE: You will need a cable with an 1/8 inch mini stereo plug to connect your portable audio dirty, so keep the rear bumper area clean. player into the aux jack. Please refer to your Owner’s Manual for complete details. 1 Locate the AUX jack inside the center console. Turning BSM System Off 2 lug 1/8 inch mini stereo plug into the portable audio player and into P To manually turn the BSM system off, push the BSM OFF switch on the dash. the AUX jack. Turn portable audio player on. The BSM OFF indicator will illuminate in the instrument cluster when the BSM 3 Turn the vehicle audio system on. system is off. The BSM system will automatically turn on the next time the vehicle is started. 4 • Without navigation System: Push AUX button on audio system OR push MODE button on steering wheel controls until “AUX” is displayed. your Vehicle • With navigation System: Push SOURCE button on audio system, then push AUX1 on screen OR push MODE button on steering wheel controls until “AUX1” is displayed. 5 se the portable audio player controls to play music. U nOTE: Set the volume level on your portable audio player to the highest level before distortion starts. Then, adjust volume in the vehicle using the audio system Power/Volume control or the steering wheel volume up and down controls. InFOrMATIOn DISPLAy Outside Temperature/ Detection Areas Interior Set Temperature Audio nOTE: Do not rely completely on the BSM system and be sure to look over your shoulder before changing lanes: • The BSM system can assist the driver in confirming the safety of the surroundings, but is not a complete substitute. • The driver is responsible for ensuring safe lane changes and other maneuvers. • Always pay attention to the direction in which the vehicle is traveling and the vehicle’s surroundings. Climate Temperature • The BSM system does not operate when the vehicle speed is lower than about Control Display 13 20 mph (32 km/h). 14 (Passenger) 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 14-15 7/1/09 10:09:27 AM
  • 9. Automatic Climate Control Information Display FrOnT SEAT WArMErS The driver and front passenger seats can be warmed by pushing the applicable seat warmer button while the ignition is ON. • eat temperature increases as S the number of indicator lights increases. Two lights equal high, one light equals low. • hen the seat warmers are W not needed, push button until indicator lights are off. Automatic Climate Control Operation Push to manually turn rEAr Push to defrost the 1 Push AUTO to turn the front air conditioning on. air conditioning ON or rear window. OFF while climate control rEAr Push to allow control from the 2 otate AUTO dial (driver’s temperature control) to the desired cabin R system is on. rear controls (indicator on). air temperature setting (shown in the Information Display above). MODE Push to select the Rotate dial to turn the nOTE: Rotating fan control dial, or pushing the MODE button, or A/C switch, desired airflow mode. system ON and to select or windshield defroster switch while in AUTO ON mode will cancel auto A/C. OUTSIDE Push to display outside the desired fan speed. TEMP temperature. Push and hold DUAL Push to allow separate Dual zone Operation for three seconds or longer driver/passenger • To allow the passenger to independently control passenger side to switch from Fahrenheit temperature control. temperature setting, rotate the DUAL dial (passenger’s temperature and Celsius or vice versa. Push to recirculate cabin air control) or push the DUAL button. The DUAL indicator will OFF Push to turn climate to reduce outside odors and illuminate and passenger temperature setting will be displayed on control system off. improve cooling (indicator the Information Display. FrOnT Push to defrost on) or receive fresh air the windshield. (indicator off). • To turn off Dual Zone operation, push the DUAL button. rear Climate Control Operation from Front Seats Information Display Functions 1 Turn the front air conditioning on. • river’s Temperature D • udio A 2 Push the REAR control button on the front • limate Control C • luetooth® Hands-Free B control panel (indicator on). • Clock/Trip Computer • utside/Passenger Temperature O 3 election of the airflow mode, airflow amount S and temperature will be automatically controlled nOTE: With defroster and floor vents or windshield defroster mode, the system to the same setting as the front air conditioner. turns on the A/C compressor and selects the FRESH AIR mode. This helps defrost the windows more efficiently by dehumidifying the air. The A/C compressor will nOTE: If the rear AUTO button is pressed while the front A/C button is off, the rear 15 always be on in defroster mode, but the defroster (and floor) will deliver warm air air conditioning operates only to circulate air. Setting the temperature to the maximum 16 when the temperature dial is set to a warmer temperature and the engine warms up. high or low will not provide the desired temperature at a faster rate. 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 16-17 7/1/09 10:09:38 AM
  • 10. Audio Controls Without Navigation SETTInG yOUr CLOCK TO LOAD/PLAy A CD (if equipped with 6-CD changer) 1. ush and hold the CLOCK P button until displayed 1. ush the LOAD button. P time flashes. 2. fter “IN” is displayed on A 2. ush and hold the H (hours) P the Information Display, button to the correct hour. insert the CD. 3. Push and hold the M 3. epeat steps 1 and 2 until R (minutes) button to the up to 6 CDs are loaded. correct minute. To Change Music CD Push the DISC button ( or ) during playback. To Change MP3 CD Push the DISC button ( or ) for 1.5 seconds or more during playback. POWEr On CD: Push CD button to select the • Preset Channel: Push the InFO Push the POWER/VOLUME to turn CD player. Preset Channel buttons (1-6) Push to display the trip computer in the radio on. Auxiliary Input: Push AUX button to select a station stored in place of the clock. The trip computer to switch to jack input or Rear Seat memory. To store a station, can display: MEDIA SELECTIOn Entertainment System (RSES). push and hold a button (1-6) • urrent fuel economy C radio: Push FM/AM button to until a beep is heard. select the FM1, FM2, or AM band. TUnInG • Average fuel economy • Auto Memory Tuning: Push The selected band will be indicated The radio has the following the AUTO-M button to store • pproximate distance you A in the Information Display. tuning controls: an additional 6 stations on can travel on the available Satellite radio: Push the SAT each FM and AM band without fuel in your gas tank. • Manual: Turn the TUNE dial to button for SIRIUS® Satellite radio. manually change the frequency. disturbing the previously stored • verage vehicle speed. A See the Owner’s Manual for stations. This is useful when • Seek: Push the TRACK/SEEK CLOCK more details. If your vehicle is driving in an area where the tuning buttons to equipped with Sirius XM Radio, your local stations are not known. Push to display clock. automatically seek a higher or new Mazda includes a six-month Refer to the Owner’s Manual for lower frequency with a station. introductory subscription. Vehicles complete details. • Scan: Push the SCAN button equipped with this feature will have a to automatically sample strong satellite radio antenna located on the stations for seconds each. Push roof or trunk lid. Call 888-539-7474 again to cancel. to activate your subscription! 17 18 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 18-19 7/1/09 10:09:49 AM
  • 11. Audio Controls Without Navigation SETTInG yOUr CLOCK • ush the h button to set P the hour. • ush the M button to set P Selection Selection the minutes. button 2 button 6 nOTE: Push the :00 button to reset clock to nearest hour. Selection Selection button 3 button 7 Selection Selection button 4 button 8 POWEr On PhOnE: Push PHONE button for • Auto Memory Tuning: Push Push the POWER/VOLUME to turn multi-function display. and hold the AUTO-M button to FOLDEr SEArCh the radio on. store an additional 6 stations on (during MP3/WMA CD playback) TUnInG each FM and AM band without • o change to the previous T MEDIA SELECTIOn The radio has the following disturbing the previously stored folder, push the folder down radio: Push FM/AM button to tuning controls: stations. This is useful when button ( ), or push the folder select the FM1, FM2, or AM band. • Manual: Turn the TUNE dial to driving in an area where the up button ( ) to advance to The selected band will be indicated manually change the frequency. local stations are not known. the next folder. in the Information Display. • Seek: Push the SEEK/TRACK Refer to the Owner’s Manual for Satellite radio: Push the SIRIUS tuning buttons to complete details. InFO button for SIRIUS® Satellite radio. automatically seek a higher or Push to display the trip computer See the Owner’s Manual for more in place of the clock on the lower frequency with a station. LOADInG A CD details. If your vehicle is equipped information display. The trip with Sirius XM Radio, your new • Scan: Push the SCAN button Single CD Player computer can display: Mazda includes a six-month to automatically sample strong • nsert the CD into the slot, I • urrent fuel economy C introductory subscription. Vehicles stations for seconds each. Push label-side up. The auto • Average fuel economy equipped with this feature will have a again to cancel. loading mechanism will load • pproximate distance you can A satellite radio antenna located on the • Preset Channel: Push the CD and begin to play it. travel on the available fuel in roof or trunk lid. Call 888-539-7474 Selection button 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, In-Dash CD Changer your gas tank. to activate your subscription! or 8 to select a station stored • verage vehicle speed. A • ush the LOAD button and P CD: Push CD/AUX button to select in memory. To store a station, when “IN” is displayed, insert the CD player. push and hold Selection button the CD. 19 AUX: Push CD/AUX button to switch 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, or 8 until station 20 to AUX jack input. is displayed. 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 20-21 7/1/09 10:10:03 AM
  • 12. Audio Controls With Navigation SETTInG yOUr CLOCK TO LOAD/PLAy A CD 1. Push the MENU button. 2. Select the Set Clock tab. 1. ush LOAD / . P 3. hoose a 24-hour display or a C 2. elect the CD on-screen S 12-hour display. button. 4. se the + hour and - hour tabs to U enter the correct hour. 3. ait for the screen W 5. Use the +1 min (minutes) and -1 min to lower. to move minutes ahead or back. 4. Insert the CD after “IN” nOTE: is displayed on the • hen Auto Time Zone is W Information Display. switched ON, the time cannot The CD will begin playing be adjusted manually. after the screen closes. • hen Auto Time Zone is switched W OFF, the daylight saving time on-screen button cannot be operated. POWEr On iPod: Select to play iPod. 1 ush the SOURCE button. P InFO Push the POWER/VOLUME button BT-Audio: Select for 2 elect AM/FM or SAT. S Push to display the trip computer to turn the radio on. Bluetooth® Audio. 3 or FM, select FM1/2 F in place of the clock on the button, for SAT, select information display. The trip MEDIA SELECTIOn TUnInG PRESETS button. computer can display: The radio has the following • urrent fuel economy C Push the SOURCE button to select 4 une to the desired station T the appropriate on-screen button: tuning controls: using the SEEK/TRACK • Average fuel economy • Manual: Turn the TUNE/ button or by turning the • pproximate distance you can A radio: Select FM or AM button travel on the available fuel in AUDIO dial to manually TUNE/AUDIO dial. for FM1, FM2, or AM band. The your gas tank. selected band will be indicated in change the frequency. 5 elect and hold any channel S preset on-screen button for • verage vehicle speed. A the Information Display. • Seek/Track: Push and hold the SEEK/TRACK buttons about two seconds until a DISC: Select for CD player. beep is heard. rEAr VIEW MOnITOr to automatically seek a higher SAT: Select for SIRIUS® Satellite or lower frequency or track, • Repeat to store other stations. Placing the radio. See the Owner’s Manual depending on media selected. • Auto Memory Tuning: gearshift lever for more details. If your vehicle is Select and hold the AUTO-M into Reverse equipped with Sirius XM Radio, your nOTE: If you continue to push and hold automatically on-screen button until beep is the buttons, the frequency will continue operates the Rear new Mazda includes a six-month heard to store an additional 8 changing without stopping until released. View Parking introductory subscription. Vehicles stations on each FM and AM Camera and is viewable via the equipped with this feature will have a • Scan: Push the SCAN button band without disturbing the navigation display screen. satellite radio antenna located on the to automatically sample strong previously stored stations. This roof or trunk lid. Call 888-539-7474 stations for seconds each. Push is useful when driving in an area nOTE: When using the Rear View to activate your subscription! again to cancel. where the local stations are not Parking Camera, please check your known. Refer to the Owner’s surroundings as objects may be AUX: Select to switch to AUX jack • Preset Channel: Can be used Manual for complete details. closer than they appear. input or Rear Seat Entertainment to store 8 AM, 16 FM and 21 18 SIRIUS® Satellite stations. 22 System (RSES). 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 22-23 7/1/09 10:10:13 AM
  • 13. Navigation System (inserting disc/selecting destination) InSErTInG ThE MAP DISC SELECTInG A DESTInATIOn USInG A STrEET ADDrESS You can choose setting a destination using a street address, a point of interest, the nearest restaurants, ATMs, gas stations, hospitals and more. 1 Push “MENU” button next to navigation screen. 2 Select “Destination Entry” on navigation screen. 3 Select “Address”. 4 Select the “State” or “Province”. • Scroll down past the States to find Canadian Provinces. 5 Select “OK”. 6 Select “City”. 7 Select “Input City Name”. HAWAII DISCAA Disc PUERTO RICO HAWAII DISCBB Disc PUERTO RICO 8 Use the keyboard to enter the city name. 9 Select “Street”. 10 Use the keyboard to enter the street name. 11 Select “House No”. 12 se the keyboard to enter the house number, then select “OK”. U 13 hen the map appears, select “Destination”. W 14 elect “Guide” or just start driving. S Insert map disc into lower DVD slot nOTE: When entering numbers for a street name, (e.g. 1st Ave.), push “Sym.” button to switch to the numeric keyboard. Your navigation system operates using the map discs supplied. SELECTInG A POInT OF InTErEST (POI) • isc A covers most of the Midwest and Western states including D nEAr yOUr CUrrEnT LOCATIOn Hawaii and Alaska. • isc B covers some of the Midwest and all of the Eastern states D 1 Push “MENU” button next to navigation screen. including Puerto Rico. 2 Select “Destination Entry” on navigation screen. • Both discs cover all of Canada. 3 Select “Point of Interest”. 4 Select “Nearest”. nOTE: If the “state your address is in” is not displayed when entering a destination, 5 Select “Current Position”. you may have the wrong disc in the navigation system. 6 I n the QUICK POI screen, select the category of the point of interest you want to find. You can set multiple categories for 1 Push LOAD . searching up to five. 2 When “Load/Eject” screen appears select “MAP”. Wait for navigation 7 After selecting categories, select “List”. screen to tilt open. 8 S earch result shows up as a list in “LOCAL POIs” screen. Select 3 Remove current map disc (if installed) and insert the desired map disc, the point of interest you want to set as the destination from the list. with the printed side facing up, into the lower DVD MAP slot. 9 Select “Destination”. 4 Read the Caution carefully and select the “AGREE” on-screen button. 10 Select “Guide” or just start driving. 23 Please refer to your Navigation System Owner’s Manual for complete 24 details and important safety information. 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 24-25 7/1/09 10:10:18 AM
  • 14. Bluetooth ® PAIrInG yOUr BLUETOOTh ® PhOnE Or AUDIO DEVICE nOTE: Before pairing your cell phone or audio device, it is recommended that you refer to its manual for steps to turn on Bluetooth ® and perform pairing. 1 ush and release the or button located on the steering wheel P and wait for a beep. 2 After the beep say, “Set-up”. 3 fter the beep say, “Pairing options”. A 4 After the beep say, “Pair”. 5 fter the beep, say any 4-digit code. A 6 lace phone or audio device in Discovery P mode; if necessary, consult its manual, or go to www.mazdausa.com/bluetooth and select model, Bluetooth®, then follow screen prompts. MyMazda.com—The Official 7 Input the 4-digit code you chose earlier. 8 fter the phone or audio device is recognized, you A Site for Mazda Owners will be prompted to name the paired device, such as Register today on MyMazda.com—the ultimate “Tom’s phone or player”. destination for Mazda Owners. Once registered, 9 hen paired, a symbol will be displayed in the W information display - a phone symbol for a phone you’ll be able to take advantage of benefits and a music symbol for an audio device. If the symbol exclusively for Mazda Owners: is not displayed, the Bluetooth® device is not paired. • nsider access to exclusive events I nOTE: and promotions • Please refer to your Owner’s Manual for complete details on how to “pair” up • Personalized maintenance schedules to 7 Bluetooth® phones and audio devices, and how to use the built-in tutorial • Zoom-Zoom Owner Magazine and other important safety information. • arranty information and on-line W • For toll-free Bluetooth® Hands-Free customer service call 800-430-0153 or Owner’s Manuals go to www.MazdaUSA.com/bluetooth for assistance. • Wallpaper, videos and other fun stuff • Set the volume level on your cell phone or audio device, then adjust the volume • ccessories specifically designed for A in the vehicle using the volume control on the audio system or the steering wheel. your vehicle • ar Care Discount Coupons available C TO MAKE Or rECEIVE A hAnDS-FrEE CALL from your Mazda Dealer 1 Push the or and after the beep say, “Dial”. 2 ay the number you would like dialed. The prompt will repeat the S Visit and register at MyMazda.com today! number and ask if it’s correct. If it is say, “yes”. • To receive an incoming call, push . To end or reject a call, push ; beep will confirm the call is ended. When using Bluetooth ® audio function: The sound quality of Bluetooth® streaming audio varies depending on the 25 device, even when recorded with a recommended bit rate of 128 kbps. 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 26-27 7/1/09 10:10:25 AM
  • 15. Customer Delivery Checklist Customer Delivery Checklist VEhICLE PrESEnTATIOn: DEALErShIP DATE Refer to the Smart Start Guide during presentation Keyless Entry ...............................1-2 Fuel Door ...................................... 11 SALES COnSULTAnT CUSTOMEr’S nAME • eyless Transmitter K • Fuel-Filler Door Release • dvanced Key* A • oor Request Switches* D Auto-Dimming Mirror .................. 12 • Liftgate Request Switch* VIn E-MAIL • Power Door Locks homeLink ® .................................... 12 Blind Spot Monitoring ................. 13 Starting The Engine ....................... 2 • tart Knob Ignition S AUX Input ...................................... 14 (Advanced Key*) PrESEnTATIOn OF OWnEr’S MATErIALS: Climate Control .........................15-16 • Front Controls • Rear Controls Review the following items with the customer Liftgate ............................................ 2 Smart Start Guide MyMazda.com • Manual Operation • emove this checklist from R • ffer to register customer on O • ower Liftgate (PLG) Operation* P Smart Start Guide MyMazda.com Seats ............................................ 3-4 Audio Controls ..........................17-22 Warranty Information Owner’s Manual • Adjustment • SIRIUS® Satellite Radio Operation • asic Vehicle – B • Memory Seat Function* • Trip Computer (INFO Button) 36 months/36,000 miles rear Seat Access........................... 4 • Back-Up Camera (Navigation only) • Roadside assistance program • nd and 3rd row seating access 2 Set Clock .............................. 17, 19, 22 SErVICE DEPArTMEnT Driver’s View ............................... 5-6 • ocation of Switches and Controls L Introduce Service Manager; Scheduled Maintenance Provide business cards Windshield Cling Reminder Instrument Cluster ..................... 7-8 • eview indicator light function R Review Service and Parts Department Affix to inside windshield and location navigation System* ................. 23-24 hours of operation • Disc System, Insert Disc 2 Lighting Control ............................. 9 • nter Destination E Explain free Full Circle • elect POI S Service Inspection Wiper/Washer................................10 Schedule first maintenance service Bluetooth ® hands-Free ............... 25 • utorial T • oll-Free T • air Phone Customer Service P • ake a Call 800-430-0153 M Sport A/T Manual Shift Mode...... 11 *if equipped All items in the Customer Delivery Checklist have been reviewed with the customer and the first maintenance appointment has been scheduled: SALES COnSULTAnT CUSTOMEr Signed copy must be placed in dealer jacket 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 28-29 7/1/09 10:10:37 AM
  • 16. GEnUInE MAzDA SErVICE Because you and your Mazda deserve the best Your new Mazda deserves nothing less than the very best. To keep it running like new for years to come, trust the experts at your local Authorized Mazda Dealer. Simply bring your vehicle in for your scheduled maintenance and any needed repairs.* At participating Mazda Full Circle Service Centers,** our technicians will automatically perform a complimentary Full Circle inspection on your vehicle and issue a detailed report card at every visit. This is designed to help you keep track of your Mazda’s critical operating condition. Our factory-trained technicians know your vehicle inside out and use Genuine Mazda Parts, giving your vehicle the optimum care and maintenance it requires to run with flawless precision. Remember, to further enhance your driving experience, visit your local Mazda Service Center for your scheduled maintenance. It’s also the place where you can find a wide variety of tires, parts, and accessories that are just right for your vehicle. * See vehicle’s scheduled-maintenance program for details. ** Visit the Mazda Owners website at MyMazda.com/fullcircle to find a participating Mazda Full Circle Service Dealer. Customer Assistance Center: 1-800-222-5500 roadside Assistance Contact: 1-800-866-1998 FrEE FULL CIrCLE SErVICE InSPECTIOn We’re committed to providing expert Mazda service. You love to drive your Mazda, and we love to service your Mazda. With our Full Circle Service, we’ll give your vehicle a COMPLIMENTARY MULTI-POINT INSPECTION. Your Mazda will receive a thorough review of its most crucial components. This easy-to-use Smart Start Guide is intended to help you more fully appreciate some of the unique features and functions of your new vehicle. However, it is not intended to replace your Owner’s Manual. The Owner’s Manual contains more detailed information to help you better understand the important safety warnings, features, operation, and maintenance of your vehicle. All information, specifications, photographs and illustrations in this publication are those in effect at the time of printing. Mazda reserves the right to change specifications or design without obligation. © Mazda North American Operations Printed in U.S.A. 07/09 Print 1 9999 95 011C 10SS 193094_10a_CX-9_SSG_070109.indd 30 7/1/09 10:10:39 AM

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