2020 Mazda3 Driver Assistive Features and Other Tech
You may have heard that the Mazda3 has many features. However, a lot reviews and critics may just mention one or two of them, assuming you keep up to date with every feature that is considered industry standard for that model year. We thought we’d give you a more complete picture.
For instance, does the 2020 Mazda3 have adaptive cruise control?
2020 Mazda3 Driver Assist Features
The 2020 Mazda3 has many available driver assistive functions, like radar cruise control with stop and go technology, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, smart brake support, high-beam control, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, driver attention alert, and adaptive front lighting. Not all of these features are standard; some are available as packages on lower trims while others come with the higher trims. Radar cruise control varies with transmission, as the stop and go technology only works with automatic transmissions. If you opt for a manual transmission, then the radar cruise control is more limited in what it can do without input from the driver.
2020 Mazda3 Connectivity
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are available on the 2020 Mazda3. To help you enjoy your favorite music, audiobooks, podcasts, and other media, then we recommend the available 12-speaker Bose premium audio system. Everything can be controlled via the Mazda Connect infotainment system with its optimally positioned Commander control knob that is designed to be operated by touch. Everything is shown on the Mazda Connect 8.8-inch widescreen display. If you have the available integrated navigation, it is also controlled via the Mazda Connect system.
Interested in a 2020 Mazda3?
Consider taking one for a test drive at Hall Mazda near Milwaukee. We can deliver any model you like and then take it back to the dealership. If you have any questions about the Mazda3, our remote services, or anything else, please give us a call. We’ll be happy to help.