2014 Mazda 3 Features More Advanced Technologies


The global revelation of the all-new 2014 Mazda 3 has recently revealed that the vehicle now comes with a lot of advanced technologies that are not usually found in small car models.

Based on the information provided by reliable sources, the 2014 version of the Mazda 3 currently features a number of infotainment options that are considered fresh in the segment along with a number of new advanced safety features.

Such sources also shared that the new infotainment system of the 2014 Mazda 3 was designed to be capable of reading short SMS-based messages and e-mails. In addition to that, the infotainment system was built to read updates form Facebook or Twitter and at the same time accept audio responses through shout.

The carmaker also revealed that the 2014 Mazda 3 is equipped with a newly-designed center stack that groups the information it provides in organized categories. Thus, the driver of the vehicle could easily process the desired or even the new information in a quick manner.

Aside from that, Mazda revealed that the upcoming version of the Mazda 3 comes with the new head-up display which the carmaker dubs as the “Active Driving Display.” The Active Driving Display includes a translucent screen that neatly rises above the vehicle’s gauge cluster into the windshield. This provides the driver with a lot of help specifically by providing some of the most important driving information and navigation directions.

In addition to that, the new head-up could somehow be considered as a good feature of the 2014 Mazda 3 since the information it provides could easily be obtained by the driver since these are displayed at a more natural eye level. Thus, the driver could still obtain the needed information and directions without the need to remove his or her eyes from the road.

In terms of safety features, the 2014 Mazda 3 benefits from the company’s newest safety system which is dubbed as the “i-Activsense.” This system bundles a number of safety features such as the blind-spot and lane-departure monitoring. Aside from that, the i-Activesense is also equipped with the automatic high-beam headlight control and the so-called Smart City Brake Support.

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