This is the kit I boughtClicky, I looked online and found kits for other Mazdas. None for any that share or wheel. Which kit is this?
😍😍 I love that store and buy a good majority of my accessories there for my Mazda. I can vouch on the validity of that site in case anyone was weary the only concern is sometimes it takes shipping a long time.This is the kit I bought
Genuine Mazda parts Plug and play Package inclusion: 1 pc steering plastic back cover 1 set Left and Right paddle shifter 4 pcs aluminum screw 1pc wiring harness Fit to Mazda 3 4th Gen, CX30, CX50 and MX30. Note: Aluminum Paddle Shifter Extension is not included in the kit. You may purchase it...mikstoreph.com
Parts definitely look genuine as far as I can tell. It looks really discrete. Not like some aftermarket paddle shifters which don’t look oem. Not knocking it, I just want to leave my car looking as stock as possible😍😍 I love that store and buy a good majority of my accessories there for my Mazda. I can vouch on the validity of that site in case anyone was weary the only concern is sometimes it takes shipping a long time.
Mikstore sells black paddle shifter extensions, but they are fairly large.Very nice! There's also a fair number of CX-5 owners who've added the (official Mazda parts) paddle shifters to their vehicles as the trimline didn't include it. So if anyone else is considering it, it is definitely doable.
I have the PPT so while I have factory paddles, I'm looking at potentially getting extensions. The factory paddles are a bit too recessed/low for me. But, many of the aftermarket extensions appear to extend much further than I prefer. I just want plain black reasonably priced ones to blend in and not the common carbon fiber or brightly colored aluminum versions going for $60 and up.
FYI be sure to get extensions that match the CX-50 paddle profile--there are different profiles within MZD vehicles depending on model and year. It looks like the CX-50 factory paddles are the same as the 2020-2022 3's and CX-30's.