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CX-5 / Re: CX5 SEL Nav Petrol
« Last Post by howardsathome on February 21, 2018, 05:43:06 pm »
May not be a good idea if you have a load on or Maximum speed on Motorways.
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Models & Trims / Re: Sport Nav - Missing Features?
« Last Post by johnnyleitrim on February 21, 2018, 03:19:17 pm »
Thanks for the reply Big Al.  I wonder if it's possible to add these on after purchase - hopefully Mazda Ireland do!
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Aha, mines still showing 00.07.000. Wonder what the differences are, apart from the 1, obviously! ::)
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Models & Trims / Re: Sport Nav - Missing Features?
« Last Post by BigAl on February 21, 2018, 11:30:24 am »
There are a number of things in the manual that don't appear on UK spec cars, unfortunately. However, some of the items you mention are part of the optional safety pack on the Sport-nav diesel models anyway. That covers the adaptive LED headlights, amongst others. It's an £800+VAT option. I believe they now offer an additional option of radar controlled cruise control for the same amount again, but that's on the MK3 models.

Alan
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CX-5 / Re: CX5 SEL Nav Petrol
« Last Post by boborob on February 20, 2018, 11:22:36 pm »
I lowered my 19's from 36psi to 33 it makes for a softer ride.
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Models & Trims / Sport Nav - Missing Features?
« Last Post by johnnyleitrim on February 20, 2018, 09:03:07 pm »
I just bought a 2016 Sport Nav.  After reading a few articles before purchasing, it seemed that the Sport Nav should be the top of the range.

However, there are a few features mentioned in the user manual that my car doesn't have.  The High Beam Control (where high beams are controlled automatically be the car), Distance Recognition Support System (DRSS) and Blond Spot Monitoring (BSM) are examples of features mention in my user manual that I don't have.

What model(s) have these features?
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CX-5 / Re: CX5 SEL Nav Petrol
« Last Post by Bert321 on February 20, 2018, 05:27:44 pm »
I swapped the 19’s on mine to 17’s for a softer ride.  Fuel economy and road noise stayed the same, the steering got a bit heavier, the handling got slightly sloppier... but it soaks up bumps quite a bit better.
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CX-5 / Re: CX5 SEL Nav Petrol
« Last Post by howardsathome on February 20, 2018, 02:49:13 pm »
17'' Winter tyres should be cheaper, taller and with a narrower contact patch, so better for winter conditions.
On your other concern the cloth upholstery does seem to be quite hard wearing, but in your case perhaps covers could be worthwhile.
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CX-5 / Re: CX5 SEL Nav Petrol
« Last Post by CX5Driver on February 20, 2018, 07:45:25 am »
Thanks for the replies, much appreciated. As the petrol variant is 2WD only I was considering buying a second set of alloys with winter tyres. Was thinking should I go 19" or keep to 17". Must admit from what I've read the 19" alloys appear to add little to performance but are perceived to look better? Would anyone know if these would fit a 2014 SEL - https://www.jenningsmotorgroup.co.uk/shop/view/kb8m-v3-810tg-mazda-cx-5-alloy-wheel-17/ ? On a slight tangent my CX5 doesn't have an owners manual so the only version I have is electronic on PDF. As I purchased from a main dealer should I have been supplied with a physical copy? Regarding car seat covers, as I partake in a few muddy pursuits thought it might be wise to protect the cloth seats, at least the drivers. Any thoughts on the quality of the cloth interior of the SEL and ease of cleaning?
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Just to update the thread, as far as I know, the current versions are:-
OS Version - 59.00.502 EU N
Music Database - 00.07.000
Fail safe version - 59.00.502

Alan

Hi Alan

Music Database (Gracenote) is 00.08.000 as of October 2017  ;)
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