Air conditioning not cold enough on 2010 Honda CR-V

PurchasedCRV-EXL July 16 - I feel like the air conditioning is not cold enough. I set the temperature on 70 degrees and I can fell warm air mixed with cool air. I have to turn it down to 62-65 degrees in order for my car to stay cool - it is never cold. What should be done to correct this problem? The dealership tells me this is normal as the "new" freon doesn't get as cold as the "old" freon. I don't buy this excuse. What kind of testing should be performed to see if my air conditioning is working properly?

by in Princeton, WV on July 27, 2010
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ANSWER by , July 27, 2010
What is the actual temp of the air coming out of the vents? R-134a will get as cold as R-12. My 1999 Camry uses R-134a and will get the air coming out of the vents down to 43*F. This dealer is fuul of it. But since you are under warranty you should stay with dealers but you may try a different one.