Reviewed By Willard W (Charleston, TN) Reviewed for a 2001 Pontiac Montana —7/9/2009 1:52 PM
Lets you leave the windows open about an inch more hot air to let out along with the rain.
Reviewed By Kenneth M (Bloomington, IL) Reviewed for a 1999 Pontiac Montana —12/4/2006 12:56 PM
So far, I like this product. I ordered the clear model, and painted the backside of it to match my white Pontiac Montana - it turned out great! (I painted the rear so rocks and such wouldn't chip the paint). It sticks to the hood surface with strong sticky pads (nice to not have to drill holes into the hood). Also, what i appreciated the most is that, aesthetically, it is very appealing. Before I ordered it, I really couldn't get a straight answer from anyone at my local auto supply stores, or even from the Auto Anything reps, as to EXACTLY how this deflector was formed. the Montana hood is strange in that it incorporates the front grill, extending dow to the front bumper. I honestly wondered if the bug deflector followed those lines, but it doesn't! It actually flows in a straight line from one front headlight to the other - all that I hoped! Hope this helps someone who looks for this information!
Reviewed By Mitch R (Kingsport, TN) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tacoma —4/26/2015 12:50 PM
First set I installed about 6 months ago started falling out of the front windows. I have had these on several different vehicles with no issues. Kudos to Auto Anything for replacing the free of charge. We'll see how these work out. One thing I noticed was these fit in the channel( 2014 Honda CRV) looser than most I have installed.