Mazda 2: Interior Equipment (View A)

Interior Equipment (View A)


  1. Door-lock knob
  2. Turn and lane-change signal
  3. Lighting control
  4. Wiper and washer lever
  5. DSC OFF switch
  6. Tyre pressure monitoring system set switch
  7. i-stop OFF switch
  8. Headlight Levelling switch
  9. LDWS switch
  10. SCBS OFF switch
  11. Outside mirror switch
  12. Power window lock switch
  13. Power window switches

Interior Equipment (View A)


  1. Audio control switches
  2. Instrument cluster
  3. Instrument panel illumination knob
  4. Cruise control switches
  5. Hazard warning fl asher switch
  6. Push button start
  7. Steering shift switches
  8. Lock release lever
  9. Bonnet release handle
  10. Remote fuel-fi ller fl ap release

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 Interior Equipment (View B)

SRS air bags Active driving display Air-conditioning system Rear window defogger switch Audio system Seat warmer switches CD player Accessory sockets External input terminal D

 Interior Equipment (View C)

Seat belts SRS air bag Bottle holder Overhead lights Sunvisor Vanity mirror Rearview mirror Glove compartment Parking brake Commander switch Cup holders Front seat Rear

 Interior Overview (Right-Hand Drive Model)

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