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CIPA Lighted Euro Sport Side View Mirrors Part #91000 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Scott B (Traverse City, MI) Reviewed for a 1970 Volkswagen Beetle — Apr 12, 2013 6:25 AM
I installed these mirrors on my 1970 custom beetle and they look sweet. I didn't have turn signals on the front of my beetle so I knocked out two birds with one stone..I have stylish little mirrors and turn signals. They were easy to install although I was glad I had some rubber material lying around that I cut into shapes for in between the mounting surface and the car. If they would have had that included the item would have been perfect for what I needed. Overall the mirrors are great!
Reviewed by Peter M (Everett, WA) — Jun 24, 2011 8:55 AM
I like the look and the functionality of the lighted mirror, however they are too small as a rear view mirror to be very useful. the product should be larger, and the pictures do not show the small size. The stylish design is good, but the mirror should have been a convex one if the image to be viewed is this small. The size took down the overall rating and the quality. I am building a custom car, and like the unique look and the mirror lights. The mirror could also be improved by adding LEDs.
Reviewed by Michelle C (TRINIDAD, CO) — Aug 21, 2008 12:44 PM
The mirrors did not fit my car, i called your customer service and asked how to return them last week and still have not heard from anyone. Can some one please send me information on how to send them back or I will just return them to the address on the box.
Reviewed by William M (Auburn, NY) — Jul 28, 2008 9:14 PM
I'm installing them in a BugE electric vehicle. They were a bit smaller than I expected - but in my case, that's very good. However, I can see that in all but the smallest cars, size might matter. I haven't installed them yet but from what I can see, they should work fine on the right or left, horizontal or vertical mount. (I'll probably be using the typical horizontal mount scheme but it's nice to have options) Also, having a light that can function as a turn signal will look really cool too! Moisture is a slight concern for the lens, but I'm just going to need to test the durability myself. I've been looking around a long time for a mirror that's flexible enough to be used for my vehicle. Fortunately, I found these!
Reviewed by Peter M (Everett, WA) Reviewed for a 1992 Mazda Miata — Jul 13, 2007 4:54 PM
This mirror looks good and mounts in a verticle or horizontal position. It has limited travel if mounted horizontally. The mirrors are a bit smaller than I had envisioned from the picture. They are smaller than a stock Miata rear view mirror, but they are handsome and do perform as advertised. The smaller sized is almost motorcycle size and does limit rear visiility though.
Reviewed by Tessa W (Phoenix, AZ) Reviewed for a 1993 Ford Escort — Apr 10, 2007 11:22 PM
The mirrors look great and magnify more than stock mirrors. However (depending on the car) When you take off the stock mirror the place where the mirror once was looks rather goofy. Also (i dont know if it specifies) they are not power mirrors. But other than that they are definatly flashy looking mirrors
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