- 2018 CX-5 Sport
I can tell Jef doesn't live in the salt belt. No rust.
I did all 4 of mine this winter around 35K. Probably would have lasted as long as yours. It was way earlier than necessary, but I figured if I'm going to open them up, might as well have parts on hand. With parts on hand, might as well swap them in since otherwise I'd be storing them for years.Replaced front pads & rotors on our 16.5 cx5 touring this weekend while I was swapping the summer wheels/tires on. The rotors were causing some pulsing during stops so went ahead and changed everything out. 105.5k miles on original pads & rotors with even wear 4mm inside and 5mm outside pads remaining. Those could've gone another 30k miles I think.
Raybestos element3 pads & coated rotors.
Job was very straightforward and easy. 14mm caliper pin bolts, 17mm bracket bolts. Rotors popped right off when the m8 x 1.25 bolt was screwed into extractor hole. Caliper slide pins were free moving and boots were intact. Gently push the caliper piston back in with a c-clamp and wire brushed the pad seats in the bracket and installed new "clips" and the pads popped easily in. I've been impressed with how easy Mazda's have been to work on.
Should be good for another 100k miles
Always appreciate your references to the doc but this time it's not relevant. That source is sold out.from the knowledge sharing document here are the part numbers and a few resources for the OEM rubber cargo liners:
0000-8D-R01 GEN1 0000-8B-R23 GEN2
For $75 on genuine Mazda cargo mat, it has to be for gen-1 CX-5. This Mazda dealer in Canada usually has better price on Mazda genuine accessories.Always appreciate your references to the doc but this time it's not relevant. That source is sold out.
Edit: Found it at BAM Wholesale Parts for $75 shipped. If you're thinking of getting the AliBaba / eBay cargo liners for $30-40, don't waste your time. I had one delivered and it's made of a plastic, not rubber as you'd expect. Easily deformed, didn't fit right, so I didn't want to mess around with it and just sent it back. Original Mazda seemed like the best deal to me.
Im not in Canada.
2017-2021 Mazda CX-5 Cargo Liner All Weather Rubber OEM 0000-8B-R23
Scarborough Mazda in Canada will sell and ship Mazda parts and accessories to US customers. Here’s Mazda genuine "Premium floor liners" available only in Canada and we can get them at Scarborough Mazda in Canada.Im not in Canada.
0000-8B-R23 2017-2021 Mazda CX-5 Cargo Liner All Weather Rubber OEM 0000-8B-R23 $63.73
Yeah, it's Scarborough Mazda in Canada https://mazdashop.ca/collections/20...loor-liners-1st-row-mazda-cx-5-2017-2018-2019 . You can get them on Amazon and ebay as well, but they are actually a little cheaper ordering direct from the Scarborough dealership, right now $141 for front and $99 for rear vs $150 and $110 on Amazon/Ebay. All 3 have free shipping.
Scarborough Mazda in Canada will sell and ship Mazda parts and accessories to US customers. Here’s Mazda genuine "Premium floor liners" available only in Canada and we can get them at Scarborough Mazda in Canada.
Of course not. You should buy your stuff from a reputable online place wherever the price is lower. My post was to tell you that you can get Mazda stuff from this Canadian Mazda dealer if their price is lower. You post sounded like since you’re not in Canada, you can’t get Mazda accessories from them.I really don't understand your post? You're telling me I should buy from that place? Their price for the rubber trunk mat is significantly higher :
Cargo Tray | Mazda CX-5 (2017-2021)