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6 cubic feet of interior space and technology like Mazda Navigation, the Adaptive Front-Lighting System, and high-strength "Triple H" body construction, it's no surprise why the vehicle rules the road.
Safety features have also been upgraded, including the employment of Mazda's Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS), which alters the direction of the headlights in accordance with vehicle speed and steering movements.
One is the image type adaptive front-lighting system (IAFS) and the other the blind-spot detection system for semi-trailer rigs or 18- wheeler trucks.
Cruise control and a speed limiter, air-conditioning, external roof bars, an acoustic wind screen and an adaptive front-lighting system are all fitted as standard, while most versions are equipped with an automatic electric parking brake and hill-start assist.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has acted to simplify the approval of 'intelligent' adaptive front-lighting systems (AFS) that boost illumination for drivers, while cutting the risk of glare for fellow motorists.
Other new features include an intelligent adaptive front-lighting system, a rear-view camera linked to a full-colour parking assist monitor and voice-recognition navigation.
0-litre V6 engine which now complies with EURO 1V emission regulations and an Adaptive Front-lighting System which uses an electronic controller to calculate from the vehicle speed and steering angle, the optimum swivel of the lighting area.
The focus of the agreement is to develop a predictive adaptive front-lighting system (Predictive AFS) for passenger vehicles.