But when you’re going about your day-to-day business, chances are the infotainment system is the first thing you touch after turning on the ignition.
Being able to navigate your way to where you’re going and back, and staying entertained in traffic, is essential.
So unless you opt for Mazda’s $560 aftermarket navigation accessory (which might be a more cost-effective option for those who don’t want a moonroof), the navigation system is a big investment.
When it comes to this system, there are high and low points.
** is also available to new BT-50 owners where every scheduled service completed by Mazda specialist technicians for a 3 year/100,000km term (whichever wherever occurs first) will cost no more than $200 (incl.
GST) per service for models built after 1 November 2012.
HERE (formerly known as NAVTEQ) is always working to ensure your map is accurate and true so you can drive confidently.