In the US you need the navigation option installed to show the speed limit signs. Uses the navigation data base for speed limits. In my area not nearly as up to date as Apple Maps, Google maps or Waze, but I live in a relatively rural area.
You can search this site (and mazda3revolution site) for discussions on getting navigation SD card on eBay for significantly less money than dealer price. I got one a few months ago for $45 when there were quite a few sellers for the cards at around that time. I figured it was worth the gamble as I thought I wanted to get a 2019\2020 Mazda 3 hatchback but ended up getting a CX-30 (they use the same navigation card). I don’t think there are as many sellers at the moment on eBay with the BDGF66EZ1 card, but I did see a few. Search for 2019 Mazda 3 and make sure it is the BDGF66EZ1 or BDGF66EZ1A card.
Just ordered H&R Sport Springs from here
No other options for springs at the moment but confident in H&R’s since I had them on a BMW build in the past. Says the drop is 1.3” in front and rear. No...
Drove down a road yesterday that has a speed limit of 50. My HUD and dash cluster showed the speed limit as 5.
I came home down the same street to see if it would do it again and it did.
Anyone having problems with reading street signs / speed limits?
Any way to fix/ reboot or address this?
Maybe I'm missing something, but it is strange that the CX-30 has DRL's around the headlights but the headlights are always on, so you don't really see the DRL's. Any idea why they would do that ? I think it would look better with the headlights off during the day. Because I can't really...
Most people assume that everything was done to their car at delivery(make ready) but one of the main things that is forgotten is adjusting the tire pressure after the vehicle comes off the truck. The tires are way over unflattering transportation and with almost every new car that I've driven, I...