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are they still giving discounts? I got 1k off as incentive and 500 for already owning a comparable model. My other car is an c/srt4
 

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From looking at the LA Times display ads from last Saturday, you can get a forte in SoCal for thousands less than in Las Vegas. A Santa Ana dealer was selling sedan EX with auto trans for $11,999 if you qualified for all the BS discounts. I would have grabbed one except they didn't have a manual and I needed to crib up some documentation for the discounts.
 

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How is your Forte air conditioning dealing with our typical July blast furnace?

BTW I'm probably going to fly out of state to buy a Forte and drive it back, because the LV dealers are way higher than, say, Colorado Springs. However, finding a white sedan with a manual trans at one of the discount dealers is elusive.
 

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If you ask me my wife's c-srt4 cools off alot faster. I think it has to do more with the number of vents and vent style. i took tep readings and the a/c blows at 45 degrees according to my infared theramometer.
 

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congrats and welcome to the club. I saw my first sx other than mine on n. 5th street 2 days ago. I gave the k but didn't get a response.
 

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Forgot about the thread. Nice cars everyone. I have just under 9000 miles on mine and all is holding up well. I agree it seems to take a little bit to cool off, but it's comfortable in no time. It did great in the hottest days we have had in traffic and the freeway. I have taken a couple long distance trips and the car was awesome in gas mileage. I have been really happy thus far.
 
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