If you can find someone to ship them from Australia you can get OEM back side screens. The part number is: KF11ACSRDI got the factory one when I purchased my GT-R, but the problem I now have is I would like to get the screens for the side windows to preserve the interior.
Mazda does not sell side window screens, and I can't find where to get them separate from the windshield sunshade (except for some "universal" ones).
I just throw that out there in case others might be looking for screens all the way around...custom-fit side screens seem to only be available as part of a complete set, so don't pick out a sunshade now thinking you can get the side screens later.
Maybe someone will come along with a side screen recommendation and prove me wrong.
Interesting.If you can find someone to ship them from Australia you can get OEM back side screens. The part number is: KF11ACSRD
I tried, but couldn't find anyone to ship it to the states. Maybe you'll have better luck than me. Cheers!
I've run into this issue on other Amazon products for my car...the description says "2019 Mazda CX-5," but there is a note at the top that says "We need more information in order to make certain this works for your vehicle." So I enter 2019/Mazda/CX-5 and get the message <i>This does not fit your 2019 Mazda CX-5</i>.what about this from amazon, I've been looking at them for a few weeks..........guess the
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Like the majority of CX-5 owners who are concerned about sun damage and interior heat, why not have your windows tinted.Hello Everyone!
I just got my new CX-5
Looking for recommendations for a windshield sun shade, any specific ones that fit good?
Just to clarify further for my comment about the CoverCraft shade: I had to cut out a lower center notch for my dash cam mounted on my rearview mirror sensor cover. This was only because I sometimes use parking mode and need a clear view for the cam. The CC shade is nicely finished with what appears to be a sewn-in darker color fabric edging and is a multi-layer system (heavier outer shell with almost a corrugated type interior--maybe more like a cellular window shade for heat dispersion). I started to use scissors to cut the notch, but noticed it was crushing the shade too much. I ended up using a thin bladed coping saw, which caused less damage. To finish the rough edge, I used an adhesive cloth tape I originally bought for wrapping wiring for my trailer hitch wiring harness. Ended up with a moderately fine finish, but anyway mostly invisible from the outside of the car.Does the OEM sunshade allow for cutting out for a dashcam?
I want to get the covercraft ones too because it has no logo, I'll wait till mine is worn out then get that lol Windshield tint is illegal in all 50 states but honestly it's so light it's barely noticeable, you only feel the difference of not feeling much heat coming from up front. It's the biggest piece of glass on the whole car, with most heat coming in from, so it makes most sense to get that tinted (with the lightest most effective tint possible)I've had Covercraft brand sunshades in my last three vehicles, and while relatively expensive, I can highly recommend them. All fit perfectly, including the one for my 2019 CX-5, and are high quality and last for the duration. The angle of the glass in my current vehicle, however, makes it a bit more difficult to get the lower right side perfectly in place from the driver's seat. I also had to cut out a bit for where I mounted my dashcam, but that's not a negative reflection (ha) on the fit of the sunshade.
The OEM shades are fine (neighbor has one in his CX-5), but I didn't want a logo on mine.
FYI on the windshield tinting--some states don't permit that at all or only in particular circumstances. Florida for example only allows non-reflective tint above the AS1 line, and if there is no AS1 line on the windshield, no tint is allowed. Neither my 2016 nor my 2019 CX-5 windshields have AS1 lines. I know some people just take their chances and ignore such laws, but I tend to err on the side of caution.