Fiat Wind Deflectors
The Fiat 500 is a car very unique in its shape and structure, not to mention its capabilities. A car like this has many uses, and is especially popular amongst everyday consumers that require just the amount of space and breathing room offered by this model. If you own this car, you are probably satisfied with how it lets you zoom around town, completing your daily errands, such as shopping or driving children to lessons. However, the chances are that you’ve probably left your window open on more than one occasion while you left the vehicle to complete some minor task.
As we all know, the weather is totally unpredictable, and this short period of your absence just might have been enough for rain to start and get inside your car, spraying your seat and possibly your personal items. Avoid this problem by purchasing the Fiat 500 window deflectors at CARiD. Rain will no longer be a problem after you install this simple accessory into your window frame. Made from fine acrylics and designed to suit your specific car model, these simple deflectors can provide a welcome change. Their primary purpose is to cover and block the top part of your window, so when you leave it partially opened, only the fresh air gets in while potential nuisances such as rain and wind are blocked.
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.
Posted by Darren R.
"It looks great but the bonding tape doesn't seem to stick well at the outside corners even though I used the alcohol pads to clean the surface. I did wax my car the day before it arrived by UPS and I finally was able to install it. It's been a week now and its still on the roof (:"