2006 Mazda 3 Facelift Training Manual

Online PDF Mazda 3 2006 Facelift Training Manual

Interior  
Changed Interior Colour And Trim For Sport Configuration  
-Seat main and bolster fabric replaced by a new material (Black)  
-Black/Blue fabric not available anymore for Sport configuration  
Changed Interior Colour And Trim For Basic Configuration  
-Current Dark Grey environment colour replaced by Lunar Grey  
-Seat main fabric replaced by a new material (Lunar Grey)  
-Seat bolster fabric is carried over, but the colour is changed to Lunar Grey  Addition Of 2nd Colour And Trim For Basic Configuration  
–Second Black trim level introduced to basic configuration (similar to Black trim from Sport configuration, but without leather steering wheel, silver colored steering switches and shift patterns)
–Black trim on basic configuration (for left-hand drive vehicles in conjunction with side airbags, only) 

Auto Insurance Basics Definitions 

  1. Comprehensive – pays for damage to your vehicle caused by something other than a crash or collision, i.e., fire, vandalism, theft, falling objects or objects flying at you, i.e., a bird or deer. (Usually required if you have a loan.) 
  2. Collision – pays for damage to your vehicle caused by you striking something, i.e., a vehicle, a pole or tree. (Usually required if you have a loan.) 
  3. Bodily Injury Liability – pays for injuries and other damages to others from an accident in which you are at fault. (Usually required by state law.) Conditions and restrictions vary by state for when a policyholder can sue another party for auto-related injuries. 
  4. Medical Payments or Personal Injury Protection – pays accident-related medical expenses for you and your injured passenger, regardless of who is at fault. (Usually required by state law.) 
  5. Property Damage Liability – pays for damages to someone’s property from an accident in which you are at fault. (Usually required by state law.) 
  6. Uninsured Motorist – pays for injuries (not property damage) to you and your passengers from an accident caused by a motorist who does not have insurance.  
  7. Underinsured Motorist – pays for injuries (not property damage) to you and your passengers from accident by a motorist without enough insurance to pay your claim.  
  8. Uninsured Motorist Property Damage – pays for damage to your vehicle or other property from an accident caused by a motorist who does not have insurance.  
  9. Underinsured Motorist Property Damage – pays for damage to your vehicle or other property from accident caused by a motorist without enough insurance to pay your claim.  
  10. Rental – pays to rent a vehicle after comprehensive or collision loss.  
  11. Towing – reimburses for towing and labor costs, disabled vehicle. Only available with comprehensive or collision coverage. 

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