Mazda Miata Glendale

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  • 1. t{ i{ M 5DE X- UI MT G {R {T DT S {M{ZR 1m S201 Optional equipment shown.280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 1 6/15/10 11:11 AM
  • 2. Key www.MazdaUSA.com Lock Unlock ADVANCED KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM STARTiNg ThE ENgiNE • his system allows you to lock/unlock T While Carrying the Advanced Key… the doors, open the trunk lid, and even • tart the engine by pushing the start knob in and turning it (like a S start the engine without ever taking the normal key) while pushing the clutch pedal (manual transmission) or the key out. brake pedal (automatic transmission). Trunk While Carrying the Advanced Key… • hut the engine OFF by turning the start knob to the ACC position S Panic Alarm Advanced Key • nlock the driver’s door by pushing U and then pushing in and turning to the Lock position. the driver’s door request switch once. • he KEY T indicator light will illuminate gREEN when the advanced Door Request Switch • nlock both doors by pushing the U key is detected. If the KEY indicator light flashes gREEN, the driver’s door request switch twice advanced key transmitter battery power is low. OR by pushing the passenger’s door request switch once. • If the advanced key cannot be used due to a malfunction or dead • ock both doors by pushing the L advanced key battery, use the auxiliary key to lock/unlock the doors driver’s door or passenger door and to start the engine. request switch once. Trunk Request Switch • pen the trunk by pushing the trunk O With the Auxiliary Key… request switch once. 1 o start engine, remove T • pen the front windows by pushing O the start knob cover the unlock button on the advanced key by squeezing both and then pushing again and holding; release buttons and release to stop. pulling the cover off. 2 ush the key release to P KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM remove the auxiliary key. 3 nsert the auxiliary key into I This system remotely locks and unlocks the doors and the trunk, and opens the key cylinder and turn Release Buttons the power windows. it to start the engine. Release Button Unlock • ush to extend key. P • Push once to unlock • Push & hold to retract key. driver’s door. • Push twice (within three Advanced Key (Rear) Lock seconds) to unlock • ush once to lock P both doors. both doors. • Push twice and hold to • Push twice (within five Auxiliary Key open front windows. (for opening the doors and seconds) for horn sound verification that both Panic Alarm Key starting the engine) doors are locked. • ush for one second or P Release more to activate alarm. Trunk • Push lock, unlock, • ush and hold to P or panic alarm to turn 1 open trunk. Retractable Key alarm off. 2280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 2-3 6/15/10 11:11 AM
  • 3. Seats www.MazdaUSA.com SEAT CONTROLS Behind Seat Storage (Soft top only) Move seatbacks forward to access the height Adjustment Lever Recline Lever seat back trim storage boxes. Raise or lower seat height by repeatedly Pull up to adjust pulling up or pushing down on the lever. seatback angle. FUEL DOOR RELEASE The fuel door release is in the seat side box located between the seats. Slide Release Lever 1 ull handle to open the seat side box. P Pull lever up to 2 To open the fuel door, pull the fuel door release. move seat backward or forward. 1 2 Seat Warmers The driver and passenger seats can be warmed by rotating the applicable seat warmer dial while the ignition is On. • seat temperature increases as the number on the dial increases. FUEL DOOR • When the seat warmers are not needed, rotate the dials to 0. To avoid scratching the paint during refueling, secure the fuel filler cap tether over the hook Passenger’s Seat Airbag Deactivation Switch as shown. Deactivate passenger’s seat airbag when using a child-safety seat. To Deactivate/Activate: Insert ignition key or FUEL REqUiREMENTS auxiliary key (ADvAnCeD keyLess enTRy) in 91-octane fuel is recommended. If 91-octane fuel is not available, fuel as low as switch, rotate to OFF/On, remove key. 87-octane can be used temporarily for emergency purposes. Use of fuel lower Passenger airbag off indicator illuminates when than 91-octane can decrease performance, cause knocking/engine noise airbag is deactivated and ignition is on. see and can deteriorate shift quality. Refueling the vehicle with correct octane 3 Owner’s Manual for additional information. fuel a couple of times will restore vehicle performance and shift quality. 4280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 4-5 6/15/10 11:12 AM
  • 4. Driver’s View www.MazdaUSA.com BLUETOOTh ® LighTiNg/ hANDS-FREE/ WiPER/ PASSENgER TURN SigNALS AUDiO CRUiSE WAShER AUDiO hAzARD AiRBAg OFF (P. 9) (P. 25) CONTROL (P. 10) (PP. 23-24) WARNiNg iNDiCATOR1 PASSENgER’S SEAT AiRBAg DEACTiVATiON (P. 3) DYNAMiC POWER STABiLiTY RETRACTABLE CONTROL (DSC) hARDTOP (if equipped) (P. 18) TRUNK RELEASE hOOD TiLT STEERiNg CLiMATE ACCESSORY AUx jACK SEAT CONTROL SOCKET (P. 12) WARMERS RELEASE WhEEL LEVER (PP. 21-22) (P. 3) 1 This indicator light illuminates to remind you that the front passenger’s front/side airbags and seat belt pretensioner will not deploy during a collision. The reason for this is that the weight in the seat is less than 5 approximately 66 lb. Always wear your seat belt and if a front facing child seat must be used, you must 6 deactivate the passenger airbag. see the Owner’s Manual for important information on this safety feature.280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 6-7 6/15/10 11:12 AM
  • 5. Instrument Cluster www.MazdaUSA.com DAShBOARD FUEL gAUgE TAChOMETER ENgiNE OiL AMBiENT ODOMETER/ SPEEDOMETER ENgiNE COOLANT iNFO iLLUMiNATiON1 PRESSURE gAUgE TEMPERATURE TRiP METER TEMPERATURE BUTTON gAUgE gLOSSARY OF WARNiNg AND iNDiCATOR LighTS NOTE: see Owner’s Manual for more details and explanations. Security indicator Light iNFO Door Ajar Push InFO button to display the Low Fuel Level Automatic Transmission following below the odometer: Malfunction Brake Warning Light • Trip Meter A DSC Dynamic Stability Control Parking brake on/low brake OFF (DSC)/Traction Control Turn Signals/hazard fluid/malfunction • Trip Meter B System (TCS) Off Warning indicator Lights • Average fuel economy indicator Light Cruise Main indicator Light On (AMBER)/ • Ambient Temperature Display DsC OFF switch pushed and TCs/ Key Warning RED DsC turned off. Cruise Set indicator Advanced key not detected or Light On (gREEN) NOTE: advanced key battery is dead. ABS (Antilock Brake • o clear trip and average fuel T System) Malfunction Key Detected (engine ready Tire Pressure economy, push and hold InFO to start) gREEN Monitoring System button when displayed. Check Engine Light On: Advanced key detected; engine (TPMS) Warning Light • o change the ambient T is ready to start. On/Warning Beep: Low tire Charging System Flashing: Advanced key battery is low. pressure in one or more tires. temperature display between Malfunction °F and °C, push and hold InFO Airbag/Front Seat Belt FLAT Flat Tire button when displayed. Traction Control System Pretensioner System TIRE Flat tire/malfunction (TCS)/Dynamic Stability Malfunction NOTE: Low ambient temperature and/or high altitude causes tire pressures to drop Control (DSC) and may turn the TPMs warning light on. If the warning light comes on, check the tire On: TCs/DsC malfunction headlight high Beams On pressure and fill the tires as soon as possible, preferably before moving the vehicle Flashing: TCs/DsC operating and warming up the tires. Tire pressure should be checked when the tires are cold. Shift Lever Position Seat Belt 8 7 Unbuckled/Malfunction 1 When exterior lights are on, rotate the knob to adjust the brightness of the instrument cluster and other indicator dashboard illuminations.280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 8-9 6/15/10 11:12 AM
  • 6. Feature Highlights www.MazdaUSA.com LighTiNg CONTROL/TURN SigNAL LEVER WiNDShiELD WiPER/WAShER CONTROL LEVER : urns tail, parking, dashboard, T : urns fog lights on only T and headlights on. when headlights are on. Push for high Beams MiST OFF Pull to Flash 1 iNT high Beams 2 LO Pull to dispense washer fluid 3 hi : urns tail, parking, and T dashboard lights on. 9 10280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 10-11 6/15/10 11:12 AM
  • 7. Feature Highlights www.MazdaUSA.com AUTOMATiC TRANSMiSSiON 6-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMiSSiON Lower Sport A/T Manual Shift Mode gear • Push the clutch pedal completely down The sport A/T Manual shift Mode to start the engine and to shift gears. gives you the feel of driving a manual • To place the transmission in Reverse, transmission by allowing you to manually place shifter in the neutral position, shift to control engine rpm and torque push the shifter down, move to the left when more control is desired. and push forward. To Use Manual Shift Mode: higher • shift lever from D to M. gear NOTE: • Changing to manual mode can be done while driving the vehicle. • he transmission will not upshift automatically in manual mode, even if the T tachometer reaches redline. To Shift Up To A Higher Gear: To Shift Down To A Lower Gear: PORTABLE AUDiO PLAYER iNTEgRATiON USiNg ThE AUx jACK • Tap shift lever back (+) once. • Tap shift lever forward (-) once. your vehicle is equipped with an AUX or OR OR auxiliary jack that will allow you to play Auxiliary • ull the UP steering P • Push the DOWn steering your portable audio player through the jack shift switch. shift switch. vehicle’s audio system. Learn the system The transmission will automatically adjust how and when it shifts gears when parked and do not let it distract you based on road conditions and your driving style. The transmission may stay while driving. in a lower gear longer than usual when going up or down hills or driving NOTE: you will need an audio cable with an around corners. This feature gives you better control and a more connected 1/8 inch (3.5mm) mini stereo plug (available driving experience. as a Genuine Mazda accessory) to connect your portable audio player into the aux jack. Direct Mode Refer to the Owner’s Manual for To manually shift gears while in Drive, the steering shift switches may be additional information. used. After manually shifting, the transmission will return to normal drive 1 Locate the AUX jack below mode under any of the following conditions: the climate controls. • seconds of steady throttle 4 2 Plug 1/8 inch mini stereo plug into the • ccelerator pedal is fully depressed (Wide Open Throttle) A portable audio player and into the AUX jack. • achometer reaches redline T Turn portable audio player on. • ehicle is stopped or moving at a slow speed v 3 Turn the vehicle audio system on. To Shift Up To A Higher Gear: Down 4 Push the AUX button on the audio face or the • ull the UP steering P MODe button on the steering wheel controls. shift switch. 5 se the portable audio player controls to play music. U To Shift Down To A Lower Gear: iMPORTANT: set the volume level on your portable audio player to the highest • Push the DOWn steering level before distortion starts, then adjust the volume on the audio system. 11 shift switch. 12 Up280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 12-13 6/15/10 11:13 AM
  • 8. Feature Highlights www.MazdaUSA.com AUTO-DiMMiNg MiRROR AND hOMELiNK® ALUMiNUM WhEEL CARE your aluminum wheels have a protective coating on them. Only use a mild soap or neutral detergent with a sponge or soft cloth to clean them. Using a wire brush, polishing compound, solvent, or any type of abrasive cleaner may damage the protective coating. homeLink Auto-Dimming Rear Auto-Dimming Auto-Dimming indicator Light Light On Off Sensor On Off gENUiNE MAzDA ACCESSORiES Auto-Dimming Mirror • uto-Dimming will automatically darken your rearview mirror to reduce A Genuine Mazda Accessories are built to the same standards of quality as headlight glare from vehicles behind you. your Mazda. That means they fit right, work right, and look great. Choose from a wide range of interior and exterior accessories to make your MX-5 • uto-Dimming is activated every time the vehicle is started. A Miata fit your personality and lifestyle. After all, you are what you drive. NOTE: In addition to the auto-dimming mirror’s rear light sensor, there is also a Personalize your Mx-5 Miata with the following genuine front light sensor (not shown). Do not place or hang any objects over the front or rear Mazda Accessories: mirror light sensors, otherwise, the auto-dimming mirrors will not operate properly. homeLink® • his feature provides a convenient way to replace up to three T transmitters such as garage door openers, home lighting remotes and other radio frequency devices. • Refer to your Owner’s Manual for complete programming details. • All Weather Floor Mats • Fuel-Filler Door • Rear Spoiler (Soft • Car Cover • Interior Lighting Kit Top only) • Cargo Net • iPod Integration • Side Sills iNSTANT MOBiLiTY SYSTEM (iMS) • Door Edge Guards • License Plate Frame • SIRIUS Satellite • Door Sill Trim Plates (MX-5 or Zoom Zoom) Radio® Receiver The IMs emergency flat tire repair kit • Portable Navigation • Splash Guards • Front Air Dam (located in the trunk) is for a temporary Devices by Garmin® • Windshield Sunscreen • Front Mask repair of a slightly damaged flat tire, • Rear Bumper Skirt resulting from running over nails, or similar sharp objects on the road surface. Refer to your Owner’s Manual for complete details. 13 14280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 14-15 6/15/10 11:13 AM
  • 9. Convertible Top www.MazdaUSA.com MANUAL CONVERTiBLE TOP 3 Fold back top and push firmly on front of top to securely lock in open position. When raising or lowering the manual convertible top, the vehicle must be stopped on level ground with parking brake set, windows lowered a minimum NOTE: If manual soft top does not of 1 inch and all items in the convertible top storage area removed. fold easily, then slowly lower it while pushing down on the upper part of To Lower: rear glass with your hand. 1 Push release button A while pulling latch B rearward to disengage. gOOD - OK CAUTiON: DO TO LOWER NOT LOWER SOFT TOP SOFT TOP! A B 4 Raise wind blocker. CAUTiON: Before lowering soft top, please pay close attention to the folding points on each side of the soft top, otherwise damage could occur. 2 Pull front of top rearward to release from windshield header. To Raise: 1 Lower wind blocker. 2 Pull unlock lever to release top from open position. • If opening from inside • If opening from outside vehicle, vehicle, use either handle. grasp side of top, near windshield header. 15 16280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 16-17 6/15/10 11:13 AM
  • 10. Convertible Top www.MazdaUSA.com 3 Pull front of top forward to closed position (against the windshield header). POWER RETRACTABLE hARDTOP When raising or lowering the power retractable hardtop, the vehicle must be stopped on level ground with parking brake set and ignition on. shift manual transmission to neutral or shift automatic transmission to Park or neutral. To Lower: 1 Push release button A while pulling latch B rearward to disengage. The indicator light will illuminate when the latch is disengaged indicating the top can be opened. • If closing from inside ehicle, • If closing from outside vehicle, v grasp either handle. grasp side of top near windshield header. 4 Push lever on top latch forward until lock button clicks and top latch is securely locked. WARNiNg: if red indicator is A B visible on release button, top is not securely latched. 2 Push and hold the open button. The indicator light will flash during the opening operation. Open button NOTE: Manual Convertible Top Maintenance: Remove indicator leaves or other matter that may accumulate around the area light where the soft top meets the • Windows automatically lower, vehicle body to prevent water drainage outlets from becoming deck raises, top lowers, and clogged. Clogged water drainage then deck closes. outlets may result in water intrusion into the passenger NOTE: A beep sounds and the compartment. For detailed indicator light turns off to confirm maintenance of the water drains, operation is complete. refer to MyMazda.com or consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer. 17 18280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 18-19 6/15/10 11:14 AM
  • 11. Convertible Top www.MazdaUSA.com 3 Raise wind blocker. 3 Push lever on top latch up until lock button clicks and top latch is securely latched. WARNiNg: if red indicator is visible on release button, top is not securely latched. To Raise: 1 Lower wind blocker. NOTE: • f open/close button is released during operation, the operation will stop I and a beep will sound. • f trunk is open, a beep sounds when pushing open/close buttons and top I will not operate until trunk is closed. • f beep sounds when vehicle is placed in gear, verify the power retractable I hardtop is fully lowered/raised and the latch is closed if in raised position. • n case of a power loss, the tools for manually raising the power retractable I hardtop are located in the glove compartment; see Owner’s Manual for 2 Push and hold the close button. manual operating instructions. The indicator light will flash during the closing operation. Close button • Windows automatically lower, deck raises, top raises, deck closes. NOTE: A beep sounds and the indicator light turns off to confirm operation is complete, only after the hard top is locked in place. 19 20280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 20-21 6/15/10 11:14 AM
  • 12. Manual Climate Control Automatic Climate Control Mode Selector Dial Temperature Fan Control Dial Mode Selector Dial Temperature Fan Control Dial Rotate the dial to Control Dial Rotate the dial to set Rotate the dial to select Control Dial • otate the dial to set R select airflow mode. Rotate the dial for desired fan speed. airflow mode. Rotate the dial for desired fan speed. temperature control. R otate dial to OFF to AUTO: Place the Mode temperature control. • otate dial to OFF to R NOTE: Turn the mode selector dial to an OPen Push to recirculate turn system off. selector Dial and the Push to turn system off. MODe position for cabin air to Fan Control Dial in the recirculate cabin Push to Push to maximum comfort while reduce outside AUTO position. The air to reduce the roof is open. manually turn air airflow mode and the manually turn air odors and improve conditioning on outside odors amount of airflow will be conditioning on Dashboard vents cooling (indicator or off. and improve or off. on) or receive fresh automatically controlled cooling (indicator (Open Mode) air (indicator off). in accordance with the on) or receive D ashboard and set temperature. fresh air floor vents Best Cooling Settings (with top open) (indicator off). (Open Mode) NOTE: Turn the mode (with top closed) selector dial to an OPen Automatic temperature F loor vents MODe position for (Open Mode) control always works, maximum comfort while even if the AUTO Dashboard vents the roof is open. indicator light is turned Floor vents Dashboard vents off when changing (Open Mode) the fan speed or air Defroster and flow mode. floor vents D ashboard and indicator ON (automatically) floor vents Outer Vents Defroster vents (Open Mode) Best heating Settings (with top closed) Push button to open/close outer vents only. Push to defrost F loor vents the rear window. (Open Mode) NOTE: When set to Dashboard vents maximum cold position, Floor vents the dashboard vents or dashboard and floor Defroster and vents will turn the A/C floor vents on and recirculated (with top open) Defroster vents air will be selected for 21 maximum cooling. Push to defrost 22 the rear window.280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 22-23 6/15/10 11:15 AM
  • 13. Audio Controls www.MazdaUSA.com TO LOAD/PLAY A CD SETTiNg YOUR CLOCK (if equipped with 6-CD changer) 1. ush and hold the CLOCK P button for 2 seconds until 1. ush the LOAD button. P a beep is heard and the 2. fter “In” is displayed on the A displayed time flashes. Information Display, insert the CD. 2. se H to set hours and M to U 3. epeat steps 1 and 2 until up to R set minutes, then push the 6 CDs are loaded. CLOCK button. To Change Music CD NOTE: To select 12-hour or 24-hour Push the DIsC button ( or ) clock time, turn the TUNE/AUDIO during playback. CONT dial while the clock display is flashing. After selecting the desired To Change MP3/WMA CD display, push the audio control dial to Push the DIsC button ( or ) for return to the flashing clock display. 1.5 seconds or more during playback. POWER ON Auxiliary input: Push the AUX • Auto-Memory Tuning AUDiO DiSPLAY FUNCTiONS Push the Power/volume dial to turn button to select the auxiliary jack. Push and hold the AUTO-M • Clock the audio system on. button to store an additional • Audio TUNiNg 6 stations on each FM and • Bluetooth® Hands-Free MEDiA SELECTiON The radio has the following AM band without disturbing Radio: Push FM/AM button to tuning controls: the previously stored stations. BLUETOOTh ® select the FM1, FM2, or AM band. • Manual Tuning: Turn the This is especially useful when When available, the audio The selected band will be indicated TUne dial to manually change driving in an area where the local display shows: in the Radio Display. the frequency. stations are not known. To return • TeLePHOne nUMBeRs Satellite Radio: Push the sIRIUs • Seek Tuning: Push the seek/ to previously stored stations, • LUeTOOTH® HAnDs-FRee B button for sIRIUs XM Radio®. If your TRACk tuning buttons push the FM or AM button. MessAGes vehicle is equipped with sIRIUs to seek a higher or lower Refer to the Owner’s Manual for • OPeRATIOn sTATUs XM Radio® (satellite radio antenna frequency with a station. complete details. on roof or trunk lid), your new • Scan Tuning: Push the sCAn Mazda includes a free six-month button to automatically sample FOLDER SEARCh introductory subscription. Call strong stations for a few (during MP3/WMA CD playback) 888-539-7474 to activate! see the seconds each. Push again • o change to the previous T Owner’s Manual for details. Contact to cancel. folder, push the folder down your Mazda dealer about adding button ( ) for less than 1.5 • Preset Channel: Push the sirius XM Radio® if your MX-5 is not seconds, or push the folder Preset Channel buttons (1-6) already equipped with it. up button ( ) for less than 1.5 to select a station stored in seconds to advance to CD: Push CD to select the memory. To store a station, the next folder. CD player. push and hold a button (1-6) 23 until a beep is heard. 24280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 24-25 6/15/10 11:15 AM
  • 14. Bluetooth ® www.MazdaUSA.com PAiRiNg YOUR BLUETOOTh® PhONE NOTE: • For safety reasons, you cannot pair a phone while driving. • Before pairing your cell phone it is recommended that you refer to its manual for steps to turn on Bluetooth® and perform pairing. • For toll-free Bluetooth® Hands-Free customer service and device compatibility call 800-430-0153 or go to www.MazdaUSA.com/bluetooth for assistance. • iMPORTANT: set the volume level on your cell phone to the highest level before distortion starts, then adjust the volume on the audio system. 1 Activate the Bluetooth® application of the mobile telephone. 2 Push button located on steering wheel. 3 After the beep say, “Setup”. MyMazda.com—The Official 4 After the beep, say, “Pairing options”. Site for Mazda Owners 5 After the beep, say, “Pair a Phone”. Register today on MyMazda.com—the ultimate 6 After the beep, say any 4-digit code. destination for Mazda Owners. Once registered, 7 T he prompt will repeat the number and ask if it is correct. After the beep, say, “Yes” or “No”. If no, the system will repeat the process. you’ll be able to take advantage of benefits 8 se your phone’s manual for instructions on how to proceed. U exclusively for Mazda Owners: 9 Input the 4-digit code. • Insider access to exclusive events and promotions 10 ame your phone, like, “heather’s Phone”. n • Personalized maintenance schedules 11 T he prompt will confirm the name. After the beep say, “Yes” or “No”. • Zoom-Zoom Owner Magazine 12 A fter the beep say a priority number between 1 and 7. 1 being the • Warranty information and on-line Owner’s Manuals phone used most often. • Wallpaper, videos and other fun stuff 13 T he prompt will confirm the priority number. After the beep say, “Yes” • Accessories specifically designed for your vehicle or “No”. • Car Care Discount Coupons available from your 14 airing is complete. P Mazda Dealer NOTE: Please refer to your Owner’s Manual for complete details on how to “pair” Visit and register at MyMazda.com today! up to 7 Bluetooth® phones, and how to use the built-in tutorial and other important safety information. Roadside assistance is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Using the toll free phone number TO MAKE OR RECEiVE A hANDS-FREE CALL or iPhone APP (which uses gPS-enabled Basic Operation: technology to determine your exact location), will put you in touch with a roadside assistance agent. button: To make/receive/swap a call. button: To end/reject a call. Phone # 1-800-866-1998 button: To skip voice guidance (for speeding up operation). The APP can be downloaded, free of charge, by logging onto http://mazda.crosscountry-auto.com/ After downloading APP, customer name, email, 25 iPhone number and VIN are required.280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 26-27 6/15/10 11:15 AM
  • 15. Customer Delivery Checklist Customer Delivery Checklist VEhiCLE PRESENTATiON: DEALERShiP DATE Refer to the Smart Start Guide during presentation Keyless Entry ...............................1-2 Flat Tire ......................................... 14 SALES CONSULTANT CUSTOMER’S NAME • dvanced key* A • nstant Mobility system (IMs) I • oor Request switches* D located in trunk • Trunk Request switch* Convertible Top ........................ 15-20 ViN E-MAiL • keyless entry Transmitter • Manual Convertible Top Starting the Engine........................ 2 • anual Convertible Top M • tart knob Ignition (Advanced key*) s Maintenance • Power Retractable Hardtop Seats ............................................ 3-4 • Adjustment Climate Control ........................ 21-22 PRESENTATiON OF OWNER’S MATERiALS: • Heated seats* • Manual Controls Review the following items with the customer • Passenger Airbag • AUTO Controls Deactivation switch • vent Operation • Behind seat storage* Smart Start guide MyMazda.com Fuel Door Release ......................... 4 • emove this checklist from R • ffer to register customer on O smart start Guide MyMazda.com Driver’s View ............................... 5-6 • ersonalization Features P • Location of switches and Controls (refer to enclosed postcard Owner’s Manual • Trunk Lid Release Button Set Clock ...................................... 23 or your Owner’s Manual) instrument Cluster ..................... 7-8 Audio Controls ......................... 23-24 • ndicator light function and location I • IRIUs XM Radio® Operation s Warranty information • InFO Button (Fuel Mileage) and Activation Warranty Start Date: Lights .............................................. 9 Bluetooth ® hands-Free* .............. 25 • Pair Phone Customer initial: • Make a Call • asic vehicle – B • oll-Free Customer service T 36 months/36,000 miles 800-430-0153 • Roadside assistance program SChEDULED MAiNTENANCE Wiper/Washer................................10 SERViCE DEPARTMENT When replacing or topping off engine oil, use Mazda Genuine Parts. For optimal Introduce service Manager; engine performance, use sAe 0W-20 provide business cards engine oil. Please consult an Authorized AUx jack .......................................12 Mazda Dealer for additional information. Review service and Parts Department *if equipped hours of operation All items in the Customer Delivery Checklist have been reviewed with the customer and the first maintenance appointment has been scheduled: explain free Full Circle service Inspection SALES CONSULTANT DATE CUSTOMER DATE schedule first maintenance service Signed copy must be placed in dealer jacket280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 28-29 6/15/10 11:15 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. 06/10 Print 1 9999 95 031C 11ss www.MazdaUSA.com280338_11a_Mazda_MX5_SSG_061510.indd 30 6/15/10 11:15 AM