Any issues with the CX-30?

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2017 Mazda CX-5 GT, 2016 Mazda6 iGT, 2014 Mazda3 sGT hatchback
IMHO, these gimmicks (iStop, CD, iEloop, etc.) that some Mazdas have make the vehicles problematic in the long run. I have the '16 Mazda6 GT with iEloop. The battery (+programming at dealer) costs $400-500 (compared to $100 for old school battery). I don't think it saved me $300 fuel for 3-4 yrs of service. It existed to help with EPA numbers at that time. For CD, I cannot speak for it, but will it be reliable in the long run? Say, 15 yrs from new...
 
Not necessarily a "glitch" but it decides when the brights should turn on and turn off; that can be in the middle of a neighborhood; when another car is right about to hit the "no brights" zone. Just one more thing they have taken control of.
 

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Not necessarily a "glitch" but it decides when the brights should turn on and turn off; that can be in the middle of a neighborhood; when another car is right about to hit the "no brights" zone. Just one more thing they have taken control of.

I believe you can turn that off in the Infotainment settings.