My loan car rarely goes below 27 kWh/100 km, in normal driving, but if it is driven harder I can easily reach the mentioned 40 kWh/100 km.Hi jjarvela,
I can confirm I am having the same issue, the car consumes around 40kwh. I have the car from September and only first days it showed 58-60km. Then it all went down. I will be scheduled for a shock absorber change because I showed them a video with the car behavior on wallowing roads.
Can you please tell me what software updates are you doing for the battery range? I have been complaining to my dealer for about a month now.
You can set maximum charge level, not minimum, at least in mine 🤔I believe in Mazda Connect / EV Settings you can set below which battery charge-level the charging by the engine should start.
Have you set it by any chance to 30%?
Info stolen somewhere 😎OK CX-60 Owners there is a Firmware Update for Mazda Connect for all of Europe and UK.
EU07 Version 14012
I can not tell you the changelog (Mazda does not always release).
If you wish to update yourself you Must Message me and I will provide you with a Download link and easy .Pdf install instructions, the file is just over 1.08 GB in size.
You should have an updated version.As someone who factory ordered a CX-60 which arrived on November 26th, is there anything that I should be aware of in terms of issues, or should all of them have been rectified by the time mines was manufactured?
None in my caseAnother question Is there any partikulære sound/vibration associated with breaking and the regeneration of energy?
Any DIY job voids warranty2st- Doing software update voids warranty?
"Now you know why I've been moaning about fuel consumption! I swear it doesn't have injectors, it has funnels."Is there a reason for this post? Curious
Joking too,I still don't get it?
It was a joke about the heavy fuel consumption. We all know the car doesn't have funnels although it would seem like it does for 5 gallons to 60 miles range.
Where did you find that information?, CX60 in north Europe has Bluetooth/AM/FM/DAB/USB1 audio/USB2 audio/USB1 video/USB2 video in/out, and 3G only for connected services and emergency call.I was looking up AA and its uses its Wifi signal to transfer to the car, which is the same as Carplay.
Android Auto: Here's everything you need to know about it!Android Auto allows you to connect your phone to your car to avoid distractions while driving. Here's everything you need to know about it!www.xda-developers.com
'Wireless Android Auto works via a 5GHz Wi-Fi connection and requires both your car's head unit as well as your smartphone to support Wi-Fi Direct over the 5GHz frequency. While the connection happens over Wi-Fi, you will need an active data connection on your smartphone to access the internet on Android Auto'
So while BT may need to be turned on, I don't think you have to register your phone to your cars BT, because if you do, you have two active connections which will just confuse stuff.
Basically its the same as Carplay. I have not registered my phone on the BT in the car, but my BT is always turned on for other devices and my calls all work fine incoming and outgoing.
Yes, it is generally and an option for AA and AC, but most people use bluetooth, which is also why many without bluetooth buy a dongle for USB with bluetooth. I just don't know from any workshop manuals that the CX60 has either 4/5 Ghz wifi communicationFrom the link provided in the post.
Anyhow its a futile debate, as the user just needs to delete his bluetooth pairing and keep the AA pairing. You do not have to have a bluetooth pairing to ise either AA or Apple Carplay even though they both may use Bluetooth for their connection.
So we are back to the question, where do you have information that the CX60 should have WiFi, and why can't you see the network on WiFi and connect to it?Yes, but the issue is with Bluetooth, so why use it when you have either AA or ACP as its a wireless connection anyway?
I can understand in older cars that have plug in AA and ACP, as you wont always be plugged in when a call comes through, but with the CX60 having a wireless connection means Bluetooth is completely defunct unless you have an old fashioned phone. But if you did, it would probably work on straight BT as there is not crosstalk between the two systems.
As you wrote "I was looking up AA and its uses its Wifi signal to transfer to the car" i just inform you that CX60 don´t have WiFi userinterface, that why you cant disable bluetooth if you want to use AA or CP.The question was why wasn't his BT working properly, I think that's been answered. Im hoping it will solve the issue.
I think you have a question for the developers of Android Auto about the functionality of their software, and for Mazda to see if they utilise this within how their wireless CP and AA works.
I don't have much interest in that, I was just helping the guy with the actual problem