Mazda CX‌-30 Forum banner

1 - 11 of 11 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
139
140
Hello,

I have a CX-30 (2020, 600 km) from the first day I took it from the company I noticed that the engine start (starter) a bit weird, a slightly longer starter (in two seconds) than the previous model Mazda 3 (2014) that I had.
Has anyone experienced the same phenomenon?
Is it normal or is there a problem?

When vapor accumulates on the front window, I activate the front window defrost with internal air circulation a
141
nd air-conditioning to air dry at 19.5 degrees.
What happens is that the window thaw is incomplete, from time to time the window is filled with evaporation that does not thaw, which reduces the field of view.
I noticed when the air conditioner stops working then the phenomenon is created and when the air conditioner returns to action it disappears, obviously the action of the air conditioner is natural and the matter of thawing the window accordingly.
I would like to point out that in my previous Mazda 3, 2014 it never happened to me so it is puzzling but in a new vehicle it happens.

Another thing lights through,
Every vehicle that comes in front of me flashes me blind.
The lights do look high in relation to the state I'm used to.
In this vehicle the height of the lights can not be regulated as in other vehicles.
I would like to point out that I canceled the AFS and HBC options and that did not resolve the issue.

A rear camera constantly gets wet in the rain and nothing sees .

I'm starting to get disappointed with this vehicle

Would love to have a reference.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
129 Posts
Sorry to hear about your issues.
I hope you are in contact with the dealer it was bought from. As that should always be the first thing to do.
As for the camera, ceramic coating worked well for me!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
Sorry to hear about your issues.
I hope you are in contact with the dealer it was bought from. As that should always be the first thing to do.
As for the camera, ceramic coating worked well for me!
Hi fuji,
as I said the camera is correct, the thing is that when traveling in the rain so on its outside of the lens the water builds up and it disrupts the picture.
In terms of camera assembly and integrity everything looks fine.
So, but you got it right?
Have you checked it out after a rain trip?
What about the lights through? And the evaporation problem of the front window?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
22 Posts
Hi fuji,
as I said the camera is correct, the thing is that when traveling in the rain so on its outside of the lens the water builds up and it disrupts the picture.
In terms of camera assembly and integrity everything looks fine.
So, but you got it right?
Have you checked it out after a rain trip?
What about the lights through? And the evaporation problem of the front window?
Hi efi,

When I start the car in the morning the engine speed is a little high and it returns to normal in about 30 seconds.
Regarding when vapor accumulates on the front window, I also turn on the defrost with the internal circulation but I have to turn on the AC to be able to solve the problem. This phenomenon also happens in my other car as it seems that the hot air from the engine is injected into the internal circulation. But if it didn't happen in your previous Mazda 3 then it shouldn't happen in this one either.

As for the rear camera, I have already experienced this problem with the formation of a small drop of water that distorts the image, but in my case I was able to see it with slight difficulty the background object, but probably ceramic coating it's the best way to resolve the issue.


The lights happened once in a dark place, and even with a car in front of me in the same direction as me, suddenly the high beams came on automatically, and I had to switch off manually so as not to disturb the vehicle in front. With cars moving in the opposite direction, I never had any to report chaining.

Anyway I was intrigued by the possibility in the previous Mazda 3 that there was a possibility of not using the AC and currently in this one that has the base of Mazda 3 it is necessary to use the AC. Very strange.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
Discussion Starter #5
Hi efi,

When I start the car in the morning the engine speed is a little high and it returns to normal in about 30 seconds.
Regarding when vapor accumulates on the front window, I also turn on the defrost with the internal circulation but I have to turn on the AC to be able to solve the problem. This phenomenon also happens in my other car as it seems that the hot air from the engine is injected into the internal circulation. But if it didn't happen in your previous Mazda 3 then it shouldn't happen in this one either.

As for the rear camera, I have already experienced this problem with the formation of a small drop of water that distorts the image, but in my case I was able to see it with slight difficulty the background object, but probably ceramic coating it's the best way to resolve the issue.


The lights happened once in a dark place, and even with a car in front of me in the same direction as me, suddenly the high beams came on automatically, and I had to switch off manually so as not to disturb the vehicle in front. With cars moving in the opposite direction, I never had any to report chaining.

Anyway I was intrigued by the possibility in the previous Mazda 3 that there was a possibility of not using the AC and currently in this one that has the base of Mazda 3 it is necessary to use the AC. Very strange.
Hi,
evaporation problem in the front window, of course the air conditioner is working.
But as long as the window fills up, it evaporates again, which reduces the field of vision.
Don't you experience it?

rear camera, what is a ceramic coating? Why do I need to find a solution to a technical problem that the manufacturer has created? I want Mazda to find a solution.

As for the low lights, when I drive, I see that the light is high compared to what I was used to seeing in Mazda 3, 2014 that I had, vehicles that come in front of me flash me that I'm dazzling.
Why Mazda eliminated the possibility of the height of the lights as it was in the previous models, is also a problem that the manufacturer Mazda should provide a solution.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
22 Posts
Hi efi,

Yes, I experienced the problem of evaporation in the front window, and I agree to alert Mazda to solve this problem. I'll talk to the guy who sold me the car on Monday, because at the time of the delivery of the car he asked me to give feedback later on the behavior of the car. In the end, it would be convenient to have more forum users do these tests.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
Discussion Starter #7
Great,
I'm sure there are other users who have the same problems, it can't be that I only have problems.
The problems are technical in the design of the vehicle and Mazda must provide answers and a solution.
What about the lights, that you noticed the problem?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
26 Posts
Discussion Starter #9
As I said it, just occur only once, when a vehicle that was about 10 meters in same direction of me, and the high beam switched on.
I mean when you drive in low lights when the AFS and HBC functions are turned off.
Vehicles coming in front of you don't flash you dazzling?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
22 Posts
Hi efi,

Not yet, but if it does, I'll leave a comment. We just have to share the experiences, and I think Mazda is also interested in this kind of feedback, to improve and keep the customers satisfied.
 
1 - 11 of 11 Posts
Top