Reviewed By Clarissa V (LAKEWOOD, CO) —4/23/2015 8:12 AM
Good, sturdy sun shade. It is a little too stiff but not bad. Fits well. Does a good job of keeping the car cool. Seems overpriced for what it is though.
Reviewed By Gary W (TAMARAC, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma —4/23/2015 7:15 AM
I've had plenty of the $10-15 shades and you get what you pay for. This one is pricey but certainly a lot better than the cheap ones. It appears to be very heavy duty and hopefully will last a long time. The main complaint I had about the cheap ones is that they leave "residue". Flaky stuff that litters the cab. This one has nothing to leak or flake off. I think it's a winner despite the price tag. Again, you get what you pay for.
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