Whether you’re taking a long vacation, a long weekend or a short run to the store, you can be confident having convenient access to Maps, News, Traffic Information, Your Favorite Places, and more.
With the Mazda Connect infotainment system that connects via Bluetooth to the user’s smartphone, your family, friends, work and more can be with you wherever you go. Let your vehicle’s Mazda Connect Bluetooth® Infotainment System put your entire world within easy reach.
The Mazda Connect infotainment system offers a full color, floating tablet style touch-screen display, the Commander Control, voice commands, a rearview camera, and SMS functionality plus full integration of Pandora, Stitcher, and Aha streaming audio with your smartphone connection.
Mazda’s Bluetooth Technology
Makes receiving and making calls simple and convenient using voice commands, commander knob, touch screen or voice recognition. other applications within your smart phone can also be accessed like: Itunes, Aha Radio, Stitcher, Pandora, ect …
You’ll never lose a phone number again!
Import up to 1,000 contacts from your connected phone via Bluetooth®, including address and image, when applicable. Contacts that include an address can also be selected as a destination in navigation. Makes receiving and making calls simple and convenient using voice commands, commander knob, touch screen or voice recognition. other applications within your smart phone can also be accessed like:
Text Messaging and Emails
SMS (Short Message Service), MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service), and emails received by connected devices can be downloaded, displayed, read aloud and responded to, all from your vehicle. Text-to-voice technology lets the system read e-mail and SMS messages aloud through the car’s audio system, as well as displaying short messages on the touchscreen monitor. Users can select from among pre-set replies and have the system send them. The system will also read updates from Twitter and Facebook.
If the Mobile 911 setting is ON and the vehicle is involved in a moderate to severe collision, a call is made automatically to 911 from the connected device via audio and screen display.