I have a Mazda 3 Hatchback 2018 and want to activate lane keep assist and MRCC using FORScan.
The MRCC part has been done in this thread:
My question on that is...
Lane Keep Assist works fine on most highways except for one I travel on frequently. For the first 30 kilometers it works fine and I see the highway lines showing up in the heads up display which means it's working, but then those highway liines don't show up anymore in the heads up display...
Can this option be disabled or the angle at which it is activated increased? I believe I can feel a definite lag between me trying to move and the brakes being released as I sometimes feel a resistance when I try to take off aggressively even on the slightest of inclines.
I do not need this...
I've recently noticed that the lane assist on the HUD (or ADD) no longer matches the lane assist instructions displayed on the Nav Screen as it used to.
For example, previously, when I was running V29, if there were three lanes on the road on which I was driving and I needed to be in the left...
Had my 2014 Mazda 3 i GT for about 3 1/2 weeks now.
Not sure if there's a problem here, but I noticed that while parking at a plaza today, I went into a spot and slowed myself down as usual with my brakes. However, it was a weird feeling in that it didn't seem to brake as much as...
just wondering if this feature is standard on 2014 Mazda 3.
Observed it on mine on uphill starts that it holds the break for few seconds which gives ample time to engage the gear and clutch release.
Nothing mentioned in saftey features in any North America Mazda's website.
can anyone help me to test their mazda for me? (Mazda 3 or/and MS3)
The test is very simple, try to shift into N, clutch in, and no brake on a hill or any slope.
can anyone tell me do the car slide backward? (does it have hill start assist?)
While this question might lead me to being flamed, i need to ask...
Does the Mazda 3, or Mazdaspeed 3 have a "Hill start assist" feature to prevent roll-back on steep inclines?
Working in San Francisco brings nasty hills, and I think it would be a nice feature to have - so does anyone...