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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-04-2015, 07:42 AM Thread Starter
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Carbon fiber or wood finish for CX-3's dash


Hi everyone,

check out these new interior packages for 2016 Mazda CX-3. Our dash kits will allow you to completely restyle your stock interior without any modifications!

Dash pieces are laser cut to perfectly match with every single edge of the dash on your CX-3.

Each piece consists of 2 layers:
1. Material: real carbon fiber, Real wood, or polyurethane (fake wood)
2. Protective layer of transparent polyurethane (Real brushed aluminum doesn't have this layer).

They are only 1/8" thick and attach with adhesive interior 3M tape. This installation video will give you an idea of how does it work:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UGhujqLMbg

It looks really impressive in person.

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Remin® - Mazda CX-3 2016 Full Dash Kit



You can select one of 40 (!) finishes including Real Carbon fiber, Real and synthetic wood, Brushed Aluminum, Chrome and solid colors like yellow, blue etc.






It's a great product and a very unique option. Plus it is many times easier and cheaper than refinish your dash.

A kit will be produced on your order. Production takes only about 5 business days. After that the package will be shipped straight to your door! We ship to Canada too!

Exclusive discounts are available for the forum members! Leave your inquiries in the comments below!

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I wouldnt buy those dash kits...Sometimes the fitment is awful.

Just buy the CF Vinyl or Woodgrain Vinyl and overlay the Interior pieces yourself....Comes out better also!

I Overlayed mine in Woodgrain Vinyl & Copper Metallic Vinyl.


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Vinyl wrap is an option, but the installation is much more complicated. On some surfaces it is required to remove a part and wrap it using a heath gun so the vinyl could lay properly. These dash kits on the other hand are very easy to install, because they are designed to go on mostly flat surfaces. Modern dash pieces are laser cut using the latest technologies and line up perfectly. Additionally most of our dash kits are made of real materials like real carbon fiber, bushed aluminum or real wood veneer. They look almost like stock trim.

+ You can order samples to take a look what it is like first.

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