This is in my 2019 Mirage ES 5 speed. Manual HVAC controls, not the fancy digital one.
So maybe I'm used to my old Chryslers and my Toyotas but the A/C in this thing isn't all that great. On the highway going 70 it can get really cold but it cycles the compressor so it won't stay that way all the time. Around town moving slow or idling it's definitely colder than outside but not refrigerator cold like other cars I own and the compressor still seems like it cycles a lot when it shouldn't. I was near the dealer I bought it and they checked it. Said ambient temp was 77 degrees and air temperature was 47 degrees coming out of the vent by the driver and also the pressures were okay. The service guy there told me the Neon's air conditioner was way colder than the Mirage and it's part of the system to not drag the little 3 cylinder down too much.
It has an appointment with Biggers who seem to know what they're doing tomorrow. But wanted to check with anyone else to see if this is just normal for the car or if it's not right. I know a lot of Toyotas and Chryslers use variable displacement compressors so when they click on they literally stay clicked on ALL the time instead of cycling on and off.