As you drive along the Park Avenue street on your Buick Park Avenue, you get the feeling that something is missing in your car. You can't put your finger on it, until you remember that you saw a certain ad in the local newspaper. Buick Park Avenue window deflectors - are what's missing! An essential aftermarket accessory for your precious vehicle. Driving down the streets of New York you no longer have to raise your voice for your companion to hear you.
Window deflectors greatly reduce the noise created by the wind, when your windows are down. They also improve the aerodynamic properties of your car, which on one hand increases your gas mileage, and on the other prevents debris from flying into your car. What more can you ask for? But wait, there is more! When it's very hot outside, and you have no choice but to park under the sun, you may leave the windows of your Buick slightly open. This will let the air pass through your car, so when you return, you won't feel as if you've entered the nine circles of hell. "What a handy little accessory," you might say, and the best part is, it's quite affordable! Window Visors even from the most expensive and reputable brands will not burn a hole in your pocket.
Don't let the weather dictate how you cruise. Install a set of quality Rain Guards and enjoy fresh air cruising as the rain drops fall, quieter trips without tiresome wind noise, and come back to a cooler parked vehicle without excessive interior heat. Our Rain Guards are designed and manufactured for precise fit, ultimate functionality and long lasting durability. Check over 2 Rain Guard reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the Rain Guards that are perfect for your vehicle.
- AVS® - Ventvisor™ Window DeflectorsStarting at: $57.83$57.83
- WeatherTech® - Dark Smoke Rear Side Window DeflectorsStarting at: $40.00$40.00
Posted by Norris K.
"I purchased these front and rear deflectors because I hate the stick-on one that use sticky tape and stick onto the outside of the window track. They arrived sooner than expected. These deflectors fit into the window channel and look just like a part of the door. They went on with no problem and fit perfectly. I get many compliments of how great they look. Here's a thought for WeatherTech. Why don't you make front and rear in-channel deflectors in the dark tint for all vehicles?"