Your Chevy Traverse offers you a chance to set yourself apart with chic and style, while providing you with a chance to carry everything you need. Its every detail was created to increase your comfort. Multiple storage units, large door handles, huge cargo space, and various gadgets that will keep you and your kids entertained. The comfort of your family and yourself are of uttermost importance, so it's wise to take advantage of the upgrades that the aftermarket has to offer, especially if they come at a low price.
The Chevy Traverse wind deflectors is one of such upgrades. The combination of sleek appearance, functionality, and affordability will make you regret not buying them earlier. Strangely, the wind visors are among the most underrated products of the aftermarket. People usually expect to shell out a lot for a great upgrade, this is why they usually miss the chance to buy a set of window visors. Their installation is so simple, a kid could do it. For any adult the whole process will take roughly 20 minutes, as it only takes a good pair of arms and some adhesive foam tape to attach the rain guards. To better complement the color of your car, you may choose among light, dark, and chrome wind deflectors.
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 7 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® - Low Profile Ventvisor™ Window DeflectorsStarting at: $79.12$79.12
- EGR® - In-Channel Window VisorsStarting at: $74.59$74.59
- WeatherTech® - Dark Smoke Window DeflectorsStarting at: $40.00$40.00
Posted by Anthony V.
"Item looks great and for the most part easy to put on. On the model I have, the Chevy Traverse, you have to slide the front of the visor under the side mirror molding on driver and front passenger side, which is a little tricky to do. If you're not handy, do not attempt it. You can mess up the rubber trim. Once it was on, it looks great. I have put many of these on, and it is usually very easy to do. Thanks!"
Posted by John S.
"Deflectors added a new and attractive appearance to my vehicle. They have proven to be capable of withstanding interstate driving by remaining in place and not producing any rattling noise."