Mazda Active Driving Display

What is the Mazda Active Driving Display Feature?

If you’ve been looking into getting a new Mazda model, you’ve most likely have been checking out the features. One area that you may have focused on is the technology features. Within the technology features there is one called Mazda Active Driving Display. If you are new to Mazda, you may be wondering what this feature is. Today, we will be talking about what this feature is, how to use it, and which Mazda models have it.

2020 Mazda3 interior woman in driver seat pressing engine start buttonWhat is Active Driving Display and how does it work?

So what is the Active Driving Display feature? This feature is designed to provide important information in a safer way. Active Driving Display will project a small display onto the windshield within the line of sight of the driver. The goal of this feature is to have important information displayed in a way that the drive doesn’t need to take their eyes off of the road. Information includes speed, following distance, traffic signs and many more.

Since drivers can vary in height, you can go into settings to change how the Active Driving Display will be displayed on the windshield. Going into settings on the MAZDA CONNECT™ Touchscreen Display, select Active Driving Display and then select the setting to change brightness, height and angle. Choose how you would like the information to be displayed and then exit.

Which Mazda models have this feature?

The Active Driving Display is available on many 2020 Mazda models. However, it is only available on certain trim levels. Models that have Active Driving Display are:

  • Mazda CX-3
  • Mazda CX-30 Premium
  • Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring Reserve and Signature
  • Mazda CX-9 Grand Touring and Signature
  • Mazda3 Premium
  • Mazda6 Grand Touring Reserve and Signature

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