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How to Adjust Mazda’s Active Driving Display Settings

Mazda is dedicated to making driving safer and more convenient by designing features that can help with the everyday task of driving. To help with distractions Mazda has created its Active Driving Display feature. To keep our attention on the road, the Active Driving Display projects important information right in front of the driver. Interested in learning more? Keep reading to find out how to adjust Mazda’s Active Driving Display settings right here.  

Adjusting Settings for Active Driving Display

If you want to adjust or change the settings of your Active Driving Display, you’ll want to first select the settings icon on the home screen of your MAZDA CONNECT Infotainment System. Selecting the Active Driving Display (AD-Disp) from this screen will allow you to adjust settings such as navigation, calibration, screen height and brightness. You will also be able to turn the system on or off and reset it to default settings.

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What Mazda Models Have Active Driving Display?

The Active Driving Display from Mazda is currently available on all 2017 models. From the 2017 Mazda6 to the 2017 Mazda CX-9, customers can get the Active Driving Display feature on their new Mazda. The system is standard on most of the high-end trims of the Mazda but it is also available as an option on many other trim levels in the Mazda lineup.

Interested in checking out the Active Driving Display feature for yourself? Contact us today at Hall Mazda, part of the Hall Cars automotive group, to schedule a test drive for any of our available 2017 Mazda models and try out the system for yourself to see how easy and convenient it is to use. Check out our blog to read more about Mazda’s current lineup and other technology and safety systems available.