You may have heard a lot about Mazda Radar Cruise Control (MRCC) among many other high-tech features produced by the automaker. Radar cruise control is an innovative safety system that allows drivers to set a desired following distance rather than a constant speed. How exactly does that work? Well, we could go into depth about it and write a few paragraphs, but it would be easier for everyone if we just showed you instead. Check out the video below, courtesy of Mazda Australia.
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What is Mazda Radar Cruise Control?
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