Yeah I normally drive German autos so maybe their headlights were brighter and if not, I could switch out bulbs. But this Mazda model doesn’t have that option where I can just replace a bulb or two.I guess it depends on what you have to compare the car too. We had a 16 RDX prior to our CX-5 and it definitely had better headlights. That was one area along with the seats, it had the CX-5 beat.
That’s what I was thinking but the service tech @ Mazda said that the aim level is normal.I found my previous CX5 )(2020) had the headlights aimed too low. There are instructions around on how to raise them up a bit. I would never describe them as dim, however.
Obligatory question. Are you sure they were on? Not sure if you're in a country where the DRLs are on, but make sure you have them in the "on" or "Auto" position.
Here's a thread that has some info.That’s what I was thinking but the service tech @ Mazda said that the aim level is normal.
What’s the instructions?
And yes, I always have my cars in auto mode.
They do look really low but I think it may be just the angle the picture is taken. You're going to have to measure it.
I was told that but these lights are really dim compared to any other car I’ve owned hence I second guessed my info.LED projectors are standard from 2017+.
Here is a video which shows how to reaim them if you want to try that.
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