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2013 Mazda CX-9 Smart Start Guide

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  2. 2. Key www.MazdaUSA.com Advanced Key ADVANCED KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM Starting the engine Lock • his system allows you to lock and T While Carrying the Advanced Key… unlock the doors, open the liftgate and • tart the engine by pushing the start knob in and turning it (like a S Unlock even start the engine without taking normal key) while depressing the brake pedal. the key out of your pocket or purse. • hut the engine OFF by turning the start knob to the ACC position S While Carrying the Advanced Key and then pushing in and turning to the OFF position. • nlock the driver’s door by pushing U • he T indicator light will show green when the advanced key is Liftgate the driver’s door request switch once. detected. If the indicator light flashes green, the advanced key Panic Alarm • nlock all doors and the liftgate U transmitter battery power is low. by pushing the driver’s door request Door Request Switch switch twice or by pushing the With the Auxiliary Key… passenger’s door request switch 1 start engine, remove the To or the liftgate request switch. Start knob cover by squeezing • ock all doors and the liftgate L both release buttons and by pushing the driver’s door or pulling the cover off. passenger door request switch or liftgate request switch once. 2 ush the key release to P remove the auxiliary key. • pen the front windows and moon O Liftgate Request Switch 3 nsert the auxiliary key into I roof by pushing the unlock button on the advanced key and then quickly pushing the key cylinder and turn Release Buttons 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 Key (Rear) door request switch; release to stop. Auxiliary Key KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM This system remotely locks and unlocks the doors and the liftgate, and opens the power windows and moon roof. Release Button Lock • Push to extend key. • Push once to lock all • Push fold to retract key. doors and liftgate. • ush twice (within five P Auxiliary Key Release Unlock seconds) for horn sound verification that all doors • Push once to unlock are locked. driver’s doors. • ush twice (within three P Panic Alarm Genuine Mazda Accessory Remote Start is available at your seconds) to unlock all • Push for one second or Mazda Dealer. doors and liftgate. more to activate alarm. • ush twice and hold P • ush Lock, Unlock, or P 1 to open front windows Panic Alarm to turn 2 and moon roof. Retractable Key alarm off.1284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 2-3 10/15/12 3:03 PM
  3. 3. Seats www.MazdaUSA.com ELECTRONICALLY OPERATED SEAT W/MEMORY Second Row SeatBack Recline To recline the seatback, lean forward slightly while folding lever. Then lean Recline Switch back to the desired position and release the lever. Push forward or backward to adjust seatback angle. Folding the Second-Row Seats Slide/Tilt Switch 1 Unfasten the lap portion of the center-rear seat belt. Seat can be moved back 2 Slide seat all the way back toward rear of vehicle. and forth, raised, lowered, 3 Lower head restraints. or tilted with this control. 4 Pull the seatback folding lever and fold the seatback forward. Split Folding Third-row seat Lumbar Switch To create a flat luggage compartment Push forward or backward to increase or space, fold the seatbacks forward. Memory Seat Switch decrease lumbar support. 1 Open liftgate. 2 ower head restraints. L To Program the Driver’s Seat Position and Outside Mirror Angle 3 ull each strap on the rear of P 1 Park the vehicle. the seat while pushing the left Straps 2 Adjust the seat to the desired position using the slide/tilt and and right seat forward to lay flat. recline switches. To Return to the Original Position 3 Adjust the outside mirror angles. P ull the strap to return the seatback to the original position. 4 ush the memory seat SET button followed by one of the programming P buttons (1-3) until a beep is heard. Programming is now complete. Program the remaining two buttons as desired. Third-Row Seat Access • ull the third-row seat access lever on the P To Program the Driver’s Seat Position and Outside Mirror Angle side of the second-row seatback to fold with Advanced key/Retractable type key and slide the seat forward to access 1 Adjust the seat and outside mirror angle to the desired positions. third-row seating. Seatback folding 2 Switch the ignition off. • eturn the second-row seatback to the R lever 3 ush the SET button next to the programming buttons and then the P normal upright position by pulling up on unlock button on the advanced key/retractable type key you want to the seatback until it locks into place. program within about 5 seconds. A beep sound is heard when the • lide the second-row seat forward or back S operation is completed. Third-row seat for proper legroom using the lever under access lever NOTE: When the drivers door is unlocked using a programmed advanced key/ the front of the seat. retractable type key, the seat and outside mirror angles will move to their programmed positions if the drivers door is opened within about 40 seconds. A beep sound is NOTE: The third row seats are equipped with foldable head heard after the adjustment to the programmed positions is completed. restraints. To fold the head restraint, pull the strap on the back of the head restraint and fold the head restraint downward. To Strap To Move the Seat and Outside Mirrors to a Programmed Position return the head restraint to its upright position, lift it upward. 1 Shift the selector lever to the P position. 3 2 ush the programming button (1-3) that you selected when P 4 programming your seat position.1284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 4-5 10/15/12 3:03 PM
  4. 4. Driver’s View (shown with optional Navigation System) www.MazdaUSA.com LIGHTING/ Cruise control/ Wiper/ Information Passenger TURN SIGNALS Navigation Voice washer Hazard display airbag off CLOCK (P. 9) Recognition (P. 10) warning (PP. 15, 25) indicator1 SETTING Power Liftgate switch (P. 14) backup Headlight sensor leveling system (P. 9) (P. 14) Traction Blind spot control monitoring system (BSM) (TCS) (P. 13) Navigation System SD Card (P. 23) Hood Tilt/Telescoping Bluetooth ® Navigation/ Climate Seat ACCESSORY release Steering wheel Hands-Free AUDIO control warmers SOCKET (PP. 19-20)/ (PP. 17-18, 23-24) (PP. 15-16) (PP. 15-16) lever (behind steering wheel) audio (PP. 17-18) 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 5 less than approximately 66 lbs. Always wear your seat belt and secure children in the rear seats in 6 appropriate child restraints. See the Owner’s Manual for important information on this safety feature.1284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 6-7 10/15/12 3:03 PM
  5. 5. Instrument Cluster www.MazdaUSA.com The instrument cluster has a dimmer function that can be cancelled to make the illumination brighter during the day when the headlights are on. If the illumination is too dim during the day, press the knob, or if the illumination does not dim when turning on the headlights at night, press the knob. When dimmed, rotate the knob to adjust the brightness of the illumination. Instrument Fuel Gauge Tachometer Shift Lever Odometer/ Speedometer Engine coolant Trip meter cluster dimmer1 Position Indicator Trip meter temperature gauge selector2 Glossary of Warning and indicator lights B rake Warning Light L ow Engine Oil Pressure Parking brake on/low brake NOTE: See Owner’s Manual for more details and explanations. fluid/malfunction S ecurity Indicator Light Low Fuel Level T ire Pressure Monitoring System T urn Signals/Hazard Warning Indicator Lights D oor/Liftgate Ajar (TPMS) Warning Light K EY Warning Light (Red) On/Warning Beep: Low tire A utomatic Transmission Advanced key not detected pressure in one or more tires. Malfunction 4WD WD 4 or transmitter battery is dead. Flashing: TPMS Malfunction On: System is not normal; dealer K EY Indicator Light (Green) inspection required. On: Advanced key detected; engine TCS CS OFF T S hift Position Indicator Light Flashing: Differential oil temperature is high; dealer inspection required. is ready to start. OFF (Traction Control System) Flashing: Advanced key battery is low. H eadlight High Beams On C harging System Malfunction S eat Belt T raction Control System Unbuckled/Malfunction heck Fuel Cap C (TCS)/Dynamic Stability owertrain Malfunction/ P Reduced Power Control (DSC)/Roll Stability Control (RSC) C ruise Main Indicator BS (Antilock Brake A Light On ( Amber)/ On: TCS/DSC malfunction System) Malfunction BSM SM OFF B Flashing: TCS/DSC operating Cruise Set Indicator OFF (Blind Spot Monitoring) Light On (Green) A ir Bag/Front Seat Belt L ights On (Exterior) C heck Engine Light Pretensioner System L ow Washer Fluid Level Malfunction NOTE: Low ambient temperature and/or high altitude causes tire pressures to drop 1 If the instrument cluster and other dashboard illuminations do not dim when turning on the headlights, and may turn the TPMS warning light on. If the warning light comes on, check the tire push the Instrument Cluster Dimmer knob. 7 pressure and fill the tires as soon as possible, preferably before moving the vehicle and 2 • Push to toggle between trip meter A B. 8 warming up the tires. Tire pressure should be checked when the tires are cold. • When a trip meter is selected, push and hold to reset to zero.1284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 8-9 10/15/12 3:03 PM
  6. 6. Feature Highlights www.MazdaUSA.com LIGHTING CONTROL/TURN SIGNAL LEVER WINDSHIELD/REAR WINDOW WIPER/WASHER CONTROL LEVER : urns tail, T AUTO: The light sensor : urns fog lights T AUTO: The rain sensor senses the amount of rainfall and turns parking, and automatically determines on only when the wipers on or off. Rotate inner ring away from you (clockwise) for dashboard when to turn the headlights headlights less sensitivity (requires more rain to turn wipers on) and toward you lights on. on or off. are on. (counterclockwise) for more sensitivity (requires less rain to turn wipers on). Push for High Beams Less sensitive MIST OFF Pull to Flash 1 AUTO High Beams 2 LO More sensitive 3 HI Pull lever to dispense windshield washer fluid Rear Window : urns tail, parking, dashboard, T Wiper/Washer and headlights on. INT: Intermittent ON: Normal speed HEADLIGHT LEVELING : Washer/wiper (hold as desired) Adjust headlight angle with headlight leveling switch NOTE: Vehicles not equipped with AUTO wipers will have INT wipers. Set the lever to INT depending on vehicle and choose an interval timing by rotating the passengers load ring between fast and slow. (example: Driver only = 0, Driver + Passengers = 1 or 2, etc.). Refer to your Owner’s CAUTION: When the ignition is ON, turn the AUTO wipers OFF when 9 Manual for complete details. going through a car wash, or while cleaning or touching the windshield. 101284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 10-11 10/15/12 3:04 PM
  7. 7. Feature Highlights www.MazdaUSA.com SPORT A/T MANUAL SHIFT MODE Auto-Dimming Mirror and HomeLink® The Sport A/T 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: Lower • hift lever from D to M. S Gear NOTE: Changing to manual mode HomeLink Auto-Dimming Rear Auto-Dimming Auto-Dimming can be done while driving the vehicle. Indicator Light Light On Off Sensor To Shift Up to a Higher Gear: On Off • ap shift lever back (+) once. T To Shift Down to a Lower Gear: Auto-Dimming Mirror Higher • uto-dimming will automatically darken your rearview mirror to reduce A • ap shift lever forward (-) once. T Gear headlight glare from vehicles behind you. • uto-dimming is activated every time the vehicle is started. A The transmission will automatically adjust how and when it shifts gears based on road conditions and your driving style. The transmission may stay NOTE: In addition to the auto-dimming mirror’s rear light sensor, there is also a front in a lower gear longer than usual when going up or down hills or driving light sensor (not shown). Do not place or hang any objects over the front or rear mirror around corners. This feature gives you better control and a more connected light sensors; otherwise, the auto-dimming mirrors will not operate properly. driving experience. HomeLink® Fuel Door Release • his feature provides a convenient way to replace up to three T (located on floor inside driver’s side door) transmitters such as garage door openers, home lighting remotes and other radio frequency devices. To open, pull the remote fuel • Refer to your Owner’s Manual for complete programming details. door release. NOTE: Genuine Mazda Accessory Auto-Dimming Mirror with Compass and NOTE: Fuel requirement 87 Octane. Homelink or Auto-Dimming Mirror with Rearview Camera is available at your Mazda dealer. ALUMINUM WHEEL CARE Your aluminum wheels have a protective Fuel Door coating on them. Only use a mild soap or neutral detergent with a sponge or soft cloth To avoid scratching the paint during to clean them. refueling, secure the fuel filler cap tether over the hook as shown. CAUTION: Using a wire brush, polishing compound, solvent, or any type of abrasive cleaner may damage the protective coating. 11 Genuine Mazda Accessory Wheel Locks are available at your 12 Mazda dealer.1284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 12-13 10/15/12 3:04 PM
  8. 8. Feature Highlights www.MazdaUSA.com BLIND SPOT MONITORING (BSM) SYSTEM (if equipped) Rear View Monitor Rear View Parking Camera The Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) system is designed to assist the driver (if equipped) by monitoring the blind spots to the rear of the vehicle on both sides. Placing the gearshift lever • f your vehicle speed is 20 mph (32 km/h) or more, the BSM will warn I into Reverse automatically you of vehicles in the detection area by illuminating the BSM warning operates the Rear View lights located on the left and right door mirrors. Parking Camera and is • f you operate a turn signal in the direction of an illuminated BSM I viewable via the 5.8” warning light, the system will also warn you with a beeping sound and LCD screen. warning light flash. NOTE: When using the Rear View Parking Camera, please check your • SM sensors are located under the left and right rear bumper areas. B surroundings as objects may be closer than they appear. The BSM system may not operate properly if the rear bumper gets too dirty, so keep the rear bumper area clean. BACKUP Sensor System (if equipped) Please refer to your Owner’s Manual for complete details. The backup sensor system uses ultrasonic sensors to detect Turning BSM System Off obstructions around the vehicle while parking the vehicle in a To manually turn the BSM system off, push the BSM OFF switch on the dash. garage or during parallel parking when the vehicle is driven at a The BSM OFF indicator will illuminate in the instrument cluster when the BSM speed of about 6 mph (10 km/h) or less. The system will notify system is off. The BSM system will automatically turn on the next time the the driver of the approximate distance from the vehicle to the vehicle is started. surrounding obstruction using a beep sound. Your Vehicle This can be turned ON or OFF using the Backup Sensor Button located on the left side of dash. MANUAL LIFTGATE Liftgate Handle • o open, unlock the liftgate, pull up on T the handle and raise the liftgate. • o close, push liftgate down until it T Liftgate securely locks, but do not slam. Handle Power LIFTGATE* Power Liftgate Switch • o open or close using the advanced keyless transmitter, unlock the T liftgate and push and hold the liftgate button for one second or more. Detection Areas • o open or close from the driver’s seat, unlock the liftgate and push T and hold the power liftgate switch on the dashboard (see Driver’s View) NOTE: Do not rely completely on the BSM system and be sure to look over for one second or more. your shoulder before changing lanes: • o close when the liftgate is open, push and hold the power liftgate T • The BSM system can assist the driver in confirming the safety of the surroundings, but is not a complete substitute. switch located on the lower edge of the liftgate panel for one second • The driver is responsible for ensuring safe lane changes and other maneuvers. or more. • Always pay attention to the direction in which the vehicle is traveling and the Power liftgate will only operate under the following conditions: vehicle’s surroundings. • The BSM system does not operate when the vehicle speed is lower than about 1 The power liftgate is unlocked. 13 20 mph (32 km/h). 2 The shift lever is in park (P). 141284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 14-15 10/15/12 3:04 PM
  9. 9. Automatic Climate Control www.MazdaUSA.com Front Seat Warmers Information Display The driver and front passenger seats can be warmed by pushing the applicable seat warmer button while the ignition is ON. Seat temperature increases as the number of indicator lights • increases. Two lights equal high, one light equals low. When the seat warmers are not needed, push button until indicator • lights are off. rear climate control Operation from Front Seats Rear Control Panel 1 Turn the front air conditioning on. 2 ush the REAR control button P on the front control panel Driver Temperature Fan Control Dial Passenger (indicator on). Control Dial • ush OFF to turn climate P Temperature Control Dial 3 Selection of the airflow mode, control system off. Auto ON: Push dial airflow amount and temperature • otate the dial to select R • Push to turn DUAL will be automatically controlled to turn Automatic the desired fan speed. mode on or off. to the same setting as the front Air Conditioning • ith DUAL mode W air conditioner. system on. Rotate FRONT Push to defrost ON (indicator on), dial to select windshield. Operation from Rear Seats rotate the dial to your desired set REAR Push to defrost set passenger temperature (shown rear window. AUTO ON: side temperature in information 1 Turn the front air conditioning on. Push to recirculate separate from the Display above). The 2 ush AUTO ON button on the rear control panel to turn Rear P cabin air to reduce driver’s side (shown airflow mode and Automatic Air Conditioning system on. Push Temperature setting outside odors and in the Information amount of airflow button on the rear control panel to select your desired set improve cooling Display above). will be automatically temperature. The air flow mode and amount of air flow will be controlled in (indicator on) or • ith DUAL mode W receive fresh air automatically controlled in accordance with the set temperature. accordance with OFF (indicator off), the set temperature. (indicator off). driver controls the Push to temperature setting NOTE: If the rear AUTO button is pushed while the front A/C button is off, the Push to select manually turn on both sides. rear air conditioning operates only to circulate air. Setting the temperature to the air conditioning maximum high or low will not provide the desired temperature at a faster rate. airflow mode. REAR P ush to allow ON or OFF. control from the rear controls NOTE: The automatic temperature control always works, even if the AUTO ON indicator light comes off after rotating the Fan Control Dial or changing vent mode. (indicator on). OUTSIDE P ush to TEMP display outside NOTE: Automatic climate control will allow you to maintain individual preset cabin 15 temperatures for the driver and passenger when DUAL mode is selected. 16 temperature.1284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 16-17 10/15/12 3:04 PM
  10. 10. Audio Controls (with Navigation) www.MazdaUSA.com Eject CD PLAYING BLUETOOTH ® (BT) AUDIO 1 ake sure BT audio device is paired to M your vehicle. LOADING A CD 2 urn on BT audio device. T 3 ouch the Bluetooth® on-screen tab. T Insert CD, label-side up. 4 elect the BT-Audio option. S GRACENOTE Gracenote has the largest database of music DISPLAY / SOUND SETUP and video metadata for entertainment products, apps and services. To update: 1 ush the Setup button. P 1 oad the Gracenote update on a memory L 2 ouch the desired on-screen tab. T stick from www.MazdaUSA.com/bluetooth. 3 Change the desired setup item by Insert memory stick into the USB port. touching it. 2 ress the PHONE button. P 3 Select Setup and scroll down to Gracenote Update. POWER ON Tuning Push the Power/Volume dial to Manual: Turn the TUNE/FILE dial to BLUETOOTH ® AUDIO HD RADIO turn the audio system on. manually change the frequency. Bluetooth® enabled devices provide an Seek: Push the SEEK button or When the HD radio button is opportunity to play music through the Media Selection ON (illuminated), there could audio system with no wires attached, touch and hold the Push the AUDIO button to select the on-screen button, to automatically seek be a noticeable difference in however, there are some limitations: appropriate on-screen button: a higher or lower frequency or track, sound quality and volume • Depending on BT version, the song Radio: Select FM/AM button for FM1, depending on media selected. when a change from digital title may not display. FM2, or AM band. to analog signals occurs. NOTE: If you continue to push and • Not all controls on the device may be CD: Select for CD player. If the sound quality and active when paired. Bluetooth ®: Select for BT Audio. hold the button, the frequency will volume becomes noticeably continue changing without stopping. diminished or cuts off, touch • udio streaming may be affected by A Pandora: Select to play Pandora from the HD button to turn OFF signal strength. Bluetooth device (with Pandora app). Scan: Touch the SCAN on-screen USB: Select to play iPod/iPhone ® button to automatically sample strong HD radio (not illuminated). • ound quality of streaming S through USB port. audio may vary. stations for seconds each. Touch again 1 o set a channel, first select T AUX: Select to switch to AUX input. to cancel. AM, FM1 or FM2. AUDIO OPERATION USING VOICE SIRIUS: Select for SiriusXM Satellite Auto Memory Tuning: Radio®. If your vehicle is equipped 2 Tune to the desired station. Audio operation and media selection can be 1 ouch the Auto Memory on-screen T with SiriusXM Satellite Radio® (satellite 3 ong-press any of the L done using voice. Press the “Talk” button button. The auto memory preset list radio antenna on roof), your new preset on-screen buttons. and say a command. (A list of available is displayed and the previously tuned Mazda includes a free introductory The reception frequency is commands will be displayed on the screen). frequency is received. subscription with a limited term trial programmed and displayed Some available commands are: offer. Call 888-539-7474 to activate! 2 ouch the Update List on-screen T on the preset button. button to display the frequencies of *Change mode *Mute/Mute off See the Owner’s Manual and/or dealer 4 epeat this operation for the R for details, or contact your dealer about up to ten radio stations on the auto Radio: *Seek up/down *Preset # other stations and bands you adding SiriusXM Satellite Radio®. memory preset list. CD: *Play track # want to store. When receiving 3 ouch the desired frequency. T a programmed frequency, BT: Next/Previous folder See your Owner’s Manual for further CD, USB, BT: *Play *Repeat Refer to the Owner’s Manual for select AM, FM1, or FM2 and information on: *Next/Previous track *Shuffle complete details. touch the preset on-screen • Pandora audio application 17 • Audio menu voice-command Preset Channel: Can be used to store button. The station frequency CD, USB, BT, Pandora: *Pause *Resume 18 6 AM or 12 FM stations. will be displayed. Pandora: *Skip song *Thumbs up/down1284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 18-19 10/15/12 3:04 PM
  11. 11. Bluetooth ® www.MazdaUSA.com PAIRING YOUR BLUETOOTH ® PHONE OR AUDIO DEVICE NOTE: For connection issues, please confirm the Bluetooth connection status by pressing the PHONE button and looking in NOTE: the top left corner for the Bluetooth icon and your phone’s name. • For safety reasons, you cannot pair a phone while driving. Some phones will turn off the Bluetooth signal after connecting the USB cable to • Before pairing your cell phone or audio device, it is recommended that you the vehicle or after downloading an update refer to its manual for steps to turn on Bluetooth ® and perform pairing. • If not displayed, check your phone and make sure Bluetooth is turned on • For customer service and device compatibility: (or discoverable) in the Settings menu. Detailed instructions for some phones Toll-free call: 800-430-0153 are available online. Website: www.MazdaUSA.com/bluetooth • If there is still no connection, delete the pairing data on on the system and your phone and try again after confirming your cell phone is compatible at • IMPORTANT: Set the volume level on your cell phone or audio device to the www.MazdaUSA.com/bluetooth. highest level before distortion starts, then adjust the volume on the audio system. • When in range of another Wi-Fi device, the Bluetooth connection between your phone and the system may disconnect for a short time if you have Wi-Fi enabled. To make OR RECEIVE a hands-free call Turn off Wi-Fi on your phone if needed. Basic Operation: button: To make/receive/swap a call. NOTE: On engine start, the Touch Screen Pairing button: To end/reject a call. last connected device will 1 ush Phone button. P automatically be re-connected button: To skip voice guidance after several seconds. 2 ouch the Setup on-screen button. T (for speeding up operation). 3 ouch the Bluetooth Setup on-screen T button. The list of all paired devices BLUETOOTH ® Features is displayed. The Bluetooth system has some new features. 4 ouch the Add New Device on-screen T Press the PHONE button, then select the button to display the message and “Setup” tab. SMS TEXT AUDIO DELIVERY/ switch to the device operation. VOICE REPLAY: Play (read) text or email from a Bluetooth connected phone (with MAP 5 sing the device, perform a search for U profile) and respond back. the Bluetooth® device (Peripheral device). Talk 6 elect “Mazda” from the device list searched S NOTE: If “Message” is grayed out, your phone does not have MAP profile. by the device. See your Owner’s Manual for more information. 7 Device with Bluetooth ® version 2.0) ( Input the displayed 4-digit pairing code NOTE: For a list of phones with MAP profile, visit www.MazdaUSA.com/bluetooth. See your Owner’s Manual for more information. into the device. (Device with Bluetooth ® version 2.1 or higher) automatic 911 call Pick-up Hang up • ust Works is detected J AUTOMATIC 911 CALL: Calls 911 if the air bags deploy. This can be turned The pairing is performed automatically. ON or OFF. • umeric Comparison is detected N NOTE: Verify the displayed 6-digit code on the audio unit, which is also • Phone must be paired and connected. displayed on the device, and touch the Yes on-screen button. • 911 operator can verify vehicle position information using phone GPS 8 (Device with PBAP profile) (if equipped). Call history (incoming/outgoing history) for the device is See your Owner’s Manual for more information. 19 downloaded automatically. 201284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 20-21 10/15/12 3:04 PM
  12. 12. Feature Highlights www.MazdaUSA.com PORTABLE AUDIO PLAYER INTEGRATION USING THE 2 • udio Controls (without navigation): Push the AUX button on A USB PORT OR AUX JACK the audio unit to switch to the AUX mode. • udio Controls (with navigation): Push AUDIO button on audio A Your vehicle is equipped with a USB port (some models) and auxiliary AUX system, then touch AUX on-screen button. jack located in the center console. This will allow you to play your iPod, USB 3 Use the portable audio player controls to play music. device, or portable audio player through the vehicle’s audio system. Learn the system when parked and do not let it distract you while driving. USB Port Refer to the Owner’s Manual for additional information. IMPORTANT: 1 onnect the cable into the portable audio player and the USB port. C • et the volume level on your portable audio player to the highest level S 2 • udio Controls (without navigation): Push the AUX button on A before distortion starts, then use the vehicle’s audio system to adjust the audio unit to switch to the USB mode and start playback. the volume. • udio Controls (with navigation): Push AUDIO button on audio A • nplug any device from the USB port and accessory socket before U system, then touch the USB on-screen button. turning off the vehicle. Leaving devices plugged in can drain the battery and cause issues during the Bluetooth pairing process at startup. Wait NOTE: When the iPod® is connected to the USB port, the USB on-screen tab about 15 seconds after starting the vehicle before plugging anything into changes to the iPod on-screen tab. Do not remove the iPod while in the iPod the USB port. mode. Otherwise, the data could be damaged. 3 se the vehicle’s audio system or steering wheel controls to control U the USB device connected. NOTE: The iPod functions on the iPod cannot be operated while it is connected to the vehicle’s audio system because it controls the iPod functions. Personalize your Mazda CX-9 with Genuine Mazda Accessories: • All-Weather Floor Mats • Rear Bumper Guard • SiriusXM® Satellite Radio • uto-Dimming Rearview A • earview Camera R • Splash Guards Auxiliary Jack Mirror with Compass with Auto-Dimming • Touch-Up Paint • Cargo Mat, Carpet Mirror Display • Trailer Hitch (Class II) NOTE: You will need an audio cable with an 1/8 inch • Remote Engine Start (3.5 mm) mini stereo plug (available as a Genuine Mazda • Cargo Net Bike Carrier, accessory) to connect your portable audio player into the • Cargo Tray • Retractable Cargo Cover Hitch Mounted aux jack. • Fog Lights • Roof Rack • Wheel Locks • Front Mask Bike Carrier • Windshield Sunscreen • Hood Bug Deflector Cargo Box, Short NOTE: AUX jack is not available on vehicles equipped with Rear Seat Entertainment • Moonroof Wind Deflector Cargo Box, Medium System (RSES). • Navigation System Luggage Basket Refer to the Owner’s Manual for additional information. • Paint Protection Kayak Carrier 1 lug 1/8 inch mini stereo cable into the portable audio player and the P Door Edge Ski/Snowboard Carrier AUX jack. Front Kit Surfboard Carrier 21 221284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 22-23 10/15/12 3:04 PM
  13. 13. Navigation System www.MazdaUSA.com TO REMOVE OR INSERT THE MAP SD CARD: SD Card 5 Enter the town or city name. 1 Turn the vehicle ignition OFF. 6 Enter the street name. 2 ocate the sliding door on the lower left side L 7 Enter the house number, then touch Done. of the dash (see page 5) and slide it open (right). 8 he location is shown on the map. Touch Select to continue or Back T • Remove card: Push the card once, then pull it out. to enter another address. • Insert card: Push the card in (label-side up), then slide door closed (left). 9 When the new route is shown, touch Done. NOTE: For more information about the route, touch Details. • o to www.mazdausa.com/navigation to get information on how to get your G Planning a ROUTE using your voice free update within 60 days of purchase. • nly use your SD card for operating and updating your navigation system. O You can navigate to any of the following places using your voice: Do not insert the SD card into another vehicle or into any other device • An address, including home. • OIs for named brands of, P such as a camera. • Favorites. for example, restaurants, gas • Cities and towns. stations, car rental and gyms. Navigation System • POI (Point of Interest) categories. • A recent destination. To plan a route to an address using your voice, do the following: NOTE: Planning a route using your voice can be done while driving the vehicle. 1 Touch the voice control button in the Driving view. 2 hen you hear the tone, you can say, for example “Drive to W an address”. 3 Say the full address (without zip code) for your destination. For example “123 Main St., Los Angeles, California”. The system does not recognize zip codes. NOTE: For best results, say the full address without pausing between words. 4 ay “Yes” if the address is correct. If shown a list of addresses, say S PLANNING A ROUTE USING THE TOUCH-SCREEN the list number for the correct address or say “none of these”. Navigation System Features: Important: In the interest of safety and to reduce distractions while you are driving, you should always plan a route before you start driving. • While driving your vehicle, you can enter a destination address using your voice, but you cannot enter a destination address using To plan a route on your Navigation system, do the following: the keyboard. 1 Push the NAV button to access the Navigation System. • hile driving your vehicle, the vehicle speed and the maximum W 2 Touch the screen (above) to open the Main Menu (below). speed limit (for most roads) can be seen on the bottom left tabs of 3 Touch Navigate to. the Navigation screen. 4 Touch Address. NOTE: NOTE: You can change the country or • Voice guidance can be skipped by pressing the talk button. state setting by touching the flag before • efer to the Navigation System Owners Manual for additional navigation R you select a city. system details or visit www.mazdausa.com/navigation 23 241284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 24-25 10/15/12 3:04 PM
  14. 14. Feature Highlights www.MazdaUSA.com POWER MIRRORS WITH REVERSE TILT DOWN FUNCTION* When the ignition is switched ON and the selector lever is shifted to the R position, the outside mirrors tilt downward to facilitate the view of the lower area on each side of the vehicle. Power 1 Switch the left/right power door mirror Door Mirror selector switch to the left or right side. Selector Switch 2 hift the selector lever to the R position S while pressing the brake pedal. The outside www.MyMazda.com—The Official Site mirrors tilt downward automatically. for M{zd{ Owners NOTE: If the left/right power outside mirror selector Register today on www.MyMazda.com—the ultimate destination for Mazda switch is in the center position, or the selector lever Owners. Once registered, you’ll be able to take advantage of benefits is shifted to a position other than the R position, exclusively for Mazda Owners: the outside mirrors return to their on-road position automatically. The door mirrors return to their • Insider access to exclusive events and promotions on-road position automatically even when the ignition • Personalized maintenance schedules is switched from ON to OFF. • Zoom-Zoom Owner Magazine • Warranty information and on-line Owner’s Manuals • Wallpaper, videos and other fun stuff • Accessories specifically designed for your vehicle • Car Care Discount Coupons available from your Authorized Mazda Dealer Visit and register at www.MyMazda.com today! MAZDA MOBILE The following apps are available for iPhone® and Android smartphones: • azda Assist app - Provides roadside assistance 24 hours a day, M 365 days a year. Toll free number 1-800-866-1998 can also be used for roadside assistance. • yMazda app - Keep track of your Mazda from the palm of your hand M with these features: Maintenance schedule can VIN barcode capability S INFORMATION DISPLAY Service coupons when registering a vehicle Promotional alerts Mazda Dealer locator Outside Temperature/ Service history Update owner profile Driver Side Interior Passenger Side Recall information Link to Mazda Assist Set Temperature Clock Set Temperature Parked car locator The apps can be downloaded, free of charge, from the App store for the iPhone® and Google Play (Android Market) for Android powered devices. After downloading app, customer name, email, smartphone number and VIN are required. 25 Free Mazda Assist app Free MyMazda app Climate Control iPhone and Android iPhone and Android1284179_13a_Mazda_CX-9_SSG_101512.indd 26-27 10/15/12 3:04 PM

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