Welcome Brigitte and Miss Peanut.Hi, all!
I got Miss Peanut (yes, that's her name) in May of this year, and I'm pretty certain that I'll be getting my first speeding ticket in a long time very shortly. I drove a fat cow of a Santa Fe for almost six years, so the difference in driving experience is rather startling.
Looking forward to exploring the threads and interacting with everyone!
I live in deepest (and at the moment a very cold, wet and unpleasant) North Yorkshire in the UK
I bought a grey CX3 Nav last August; on a whim! (It matched my motor bike, so knew it was meant to be)
So far it's done a good job, manly used as a town car: it doesn't have to work hard, if at all. Only my second Mazda, I had a 323 back in the 80's when I lived in Oz
I do have one question though, I intend to have a detachable tow-bar fitted; but no one can tell me how the rear warning things are isolated when a trailer is attached (including the dealership where I intend to have the job done!)
On this cars' predecessor, a Merc CLK there was a switch on the dash which deactivated them when a trailer was attached, but the Mazda doesn't have this
I am sure that there isn't a problem, and can only assume that they are "switched off" when the electrical connection is made; but would rather be sure before the job is done
Any advice please??
All the very best to one-n-all