A/C performance

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Aray

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How is the AC in these Aviators. Coming from an MKX we have been very pleased withe A/C. Looking to order a 2023 shortly just wanted to know current owners thoughts
 

rjabend

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How is the AC in these Aviators. Coming from an MKX we have been very pleased withe A/C. Looking to order a 2023 shortly just wanted to know current owners thoughts
I live in Florida and the AC works fine. Of course, we have excessively high temperatures here. I have a 2021 BL
 

peterk9

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How is the AC in these Aviators. Coming from an MKX we have been very pleased withe A/C. Looking to order a 2023 shortly just wanted to know current owners thoughts
No complaints with mine.
 

Aray

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I live in Florida and the AC works fine. Of course, we have excessively high temperatures here. I have a 2021 BL
I'm in Tennessee so about the same climate
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peterk9

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You live in freezing cold Canada so your input doesn't count :):)
2 words "Climate Change". The temperature around here lately plus the humidity makes it feel like 100+ F. The same was true last summer. 😎🥵
The winters have been steadily getting warmer as well leading to more freezing rain which is worse than snow.
There are also about 14 states or parts of them that are further north than where I am.;)

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moose66

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No issues with my '21 GT here in hot and steamy central NC, and I have black on black. The saving grace is the remote start.
 

inmanlanier

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Also Florida, however I don't ascribe to rjabends view of temps. We have lower temperatures here than much of the summertime US (rarely above 93 degrees). Having said that our humidity is oftimes higher and we don't cool off at night.
The AC works fine. I always switch to recirc due to humidity (stupid I have to do that every startup). Note we garage our cars so I don't have much experience getting in the car hot - wife says its fine (she plays tennis a couple of days a week)
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rjabend

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Also Florida, however I don't ascribe to rjabends view of temps. We have lower temperatures here than much of the summertime US (rarely above 93 degrees). Having said that our humidity is oftimes higher and we don't cool off at night.
The AC works fine. I always switch to recirc due to humidity (stupid I have to do that every startup). Note we garage our cars so I don't have much experience getting in the car hot - wife says its fine (she plays tennis a couple of days a week)
Depends where in Florida. Below is for Orlando High/Low :)
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Action

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Phoenix is cooling down. With lows in the eightys that will be a nice break for me when I am outside in the morning.

Percent chance of rain/High/Low
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Thunderstorms
Precipitation: 35%
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Thunderstorms
Precipitation: 10%
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inmanlanier

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Depends where in Florida. Below is for Orlando High/Low :)

Humor yourself one day when you think you're in a hot area and check any inland spot in Ga, SC, Texas, Al, Miss - you get the drift. I think you'll be surprised. Of, course I don't share that data too often hoping to stem the influx of transplants .
 
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