I've actually been quite impressed with how accurate the speed limit indicator is on mine. It literally flips to the posted speed the moment I drive past the speed limit sign and has been accurate. Almost like it's sensing the sign via camera, although I know its not on the CX3. Other Mazdas are rolling out cameras with sign recognition. I'm curious to see how that works out.Speed limit does show on the navigation screen, but I've found many times it is not accurate as it doesn't match what is posted on the signs.
I agree but sometimes you're pulling onto a road that you're not familiar with and may be in-between speed limit signs.I wouldn't rely on Satnav software for the speed limit. Use those little signs by the side of the road.
I now what you mean. Several years ago I was traveling down a highway (speed limit was, at the time, maybe 60 - I was doing 80, as usual) and all of the sudden the speed limit dropped to 30, entering some podunk town. There was the sheriff, right at the sign, with a big 'ol grin on his face. I was glad to get out of there only a ticket and not some some campy horror film action taking place...In parts of the US it can be exceptionally low in some areas and the cost of a ticket quite high!
You can turn it on/off in the setting screen for the ADD (where You also set the height of the ADD).Hey Greaseman, How do you get the Nav info on the ADD? I only get current speed and if I have cruise engaged, I get setting for that. I was curious about turn-by-turn. Is that only included with i-Activesense?