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on a Deville


What are your opinions? Do they look tacky?

In Texas it's not unusual for the temperature to break 100 degrees in the summer, and then "cool" to a humid 90 after a shower.

These snap-into-the-glass-channel model looks the neatest, but is also quite pricey ~$110 for the set of 4.

How do they handle in car washes? I assume just fine because they are sandwiched by the glass when the window is rolled up. Anyone own a pair? are they noisy when the window is rolled up, at highway speeds?

Thanks.

Here's a pic of the beast that'd be sporting them:
 

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they usally look cool as long as you get the correct ffitting ones, to many people buy the wrong ones
 

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FWIW - I bought the "Auto Ventshade" brand for my Pathfinder from Amazon - $69. I loved the visors but the oversized white company logo on the visors was a HUGE turnoff for me. I returned them. I know several folks that have Weathertech visors and love them - I think the in-channel visors looks the most stock. Just my $.02.
 

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Thanks for the replies. I went ahead and purchased them. All to keep my interior cool in the Texas summer without worrying about flash showers!

Are they noisy in the highway?
 
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