What driver assist safety programs are there in the Mazda CX-3?

One of the principal problems with automobiles has always been other vehicles and pedestrians behind the vehicle. Mazda solved the issue with the addition of rear cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitoring systems.

The rear cross-traffic alert system uses a radar detector mounted in the rear bumper to detect motion anywhere in the area to the rear of the car. When you are backing out of a blind area, your rear cross-traffic alert system lets you know if anything is coming through audio and visual alerts. The blind-spot monitoring system gets its info from motion detectors mounted on the side of the vehicle. These detectors note any motion alongside your vehicle and alert you to it in your side-view mirror.

Come down to Budd Baer Mazda so we can show you how the rear cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitoring systems work in your new Mazda CX-3.



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