2014 Honda Odyssey Wind Deflectors
- WeatherTech® - Light Smoke Window DeflectorsHonda Odyssey 2014, Light Smoke Window Deflectors by WeatherTech®. These easy-to-install accessories offer you fresh air enjoyment with an original equipment look.Our price: $40.00 - $99.95$40.0020% OFF
- WeatherTech® - Dark Smoke Window DeflectorsHonda Odyssey 2014, Dark Smoke Window Deflectors by WeatherTech®. These easy-to-install accessories offer you fresh air enjoyment with an original equipment look.Our price: $40.00 - $99.95$40.0020% OFF
- AVS® - Ventvisor™ Window DeflectorsHonda Odyssey 2014, Front and Rear Smoke Standard Ventvisor™ Window Deflectors by AVS®, 4-Piece. Keep fresh air flowing throughout your vehicle even in a downpour, reduce annoying wind noise, and keep your interior cooler in extreme heat with...Our price: $50.27$50.2720% OFF
- Wade® - Sunroof Wind DeflectorUniversal Sunroof Wind Deflector by Wade®. Make your sunroof truly useful. Install a Wade Wind Deflector to reduce wind, noise, heat and glare. Wade Wind Deflectors are made in quality hi-impact material to precise measurements for accurate fit,...Our price: $48.65$48.6520% OFF
Posted by Evelyn A.
"It's better than the last one I had. It installs through the inside so no one can remove them with our the window being open."
Posted by Arkady S.
"We liked every thing"
Posted by Ilana S.
"We recently bought WeatherTech® - Dark Smoke Front Side Window Deflectors. For some reason there was a mistake in our order, and the ones we received did not fit right. We called CarID and explained our problem, and in 3 days we had a replacement sent to us and an RMA ticket to send back the old ones. The return/exchange was so easy, and the people who took care of us were very professional, polite and curteous. We had a very nice experience, and most likely we will be back to shop from CarID, "
Posted by Ilana S.
"Your service is excellent. It was easy to install the deflectors in the car, as shown on your beautiful website. "
Posted by Peter T.
"The paper instruction & online video helps. The instruction works on one window but have trouble on the other side. Need to insert the other end first. Don't know why. Overall the project is still quite easy. I filed the sharp edges of the plastic where the glass meets the visor hoping the glass will glide over the step smoother. "