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#6451 of 7874 RE: acuintegra / Price for a new P5
Jun 23, 2003 (1:28 pm)
I posted one message about helping my friend got a P5 on "Mazda Protege Owners: What did you pay?"
loolala "Mazda Protege Owners: What did you pay?" Jun 23, 2003 3:41am!make=Mazda&model=Protege5&ed_makeindex=.ef11a96
We live near Oakland, CA, and they have tons of P5 in stock. We went on a Sunday afternoon and didn't see too many people shopping for cars. Anyway, we pay $16,500 out the door with better equiped car than the two you found! Hope this helps and good luck!
Jun 23, 2003 (2:16 pm)
Only the pads are subject to the adjustment warranty. The rotors and calipers are 36mo/50k (48/50).
Jun 23, 2003 (6:00 pm)
Any P5 owners out there in the deep south? I'm looking at getting a P5 in the next few months, but I have read some comments about a weak AC system. I am supposed to move to Miami in 8 months and I don't to suffer from spontaneous human combustion due to inadequate AC.
Jun 23, 2003 (6:28 pm)
The price the dealer is giving me for the P5 is $16,487 includ rebates but not tax. Opts are auto 4spd,leather, the sunroof pkg w/6cd, and the abs+side air, and sensor alarm. The roofrack unfort, is standard as he would say it.
Jun 23, 2003 (10:42 pm)
is adequate for Texas and tinted window will greatly help.
#6456 of 7874 A/C in N/C
Jun 24, 2003 (4:14 am)
Ditto to what Bruno wrote. Window tinting makes all the difference. In Miami, I can't imagine not having it, no matter the vehicle.
Jun 24, 2003 (5:54 am)
I've got black and it was 90 here yesterday, no problems. Nice and chilly.
Jun 24, 2003 (6:23 am)
Anybody here having problems with swirl marks? My black P5 seems to be very susceptible to these. They are very apparent in direct sunlight. Any products out there that people have tried to try and hide these swirl marks in their paint?
#6460 of 7874 Hi golfboy-
Jun 24, 2003 (4:36 pm)
My 2 cents: I've been able to remove swirl marks in black automotive paint with Meguiar's Swirl Remover.
There may be other brands that work just as well... that others here can recommend. In addition to the feedback here, you may also want to see what they have to say in our
Paint and Body Maintenance & Repair discussion. Good luck.
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