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WeatherTech In-Channel Side Window Deflectors Part #82316 Customer Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Charlene M (Somersworth, NH) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda Pilot — Nov 17, 2010 5:45 PM
At first I was hesitant to purchase deflectors for my vehicle but my husband sold me on the idea since he had them on his truck. They were a great investment and so easy to install...I did them myself! They're functional and great looking...what more can you ask for? These might be a little more expensive than some others you're search will turn up but, believe me, they are well worth it! They look like they were a factory accessory and it's great to be able to vent the car without worrying about the rain clouds!
Reviewed by DAVID C (Waretown, NJ) — Jun 04, 2009 7:16 AM
Purchased for my wife's Pilot. She's happy with the deflectors. Easy install. 5 minutes. The directions can be a bit confusing until you are actually working on the vechicle. As always AutoAnything is a pleasure to do business with!
Reviewed by Paul D (Chesterfield, VA) Reviewed for a 2004 Honda Pilot — May 26, 2009 8:41 AM
Reviewed by Thomas W (Lake View, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Pilot — Dec 11, 2007 2:40 AM
If you are looking for IN-TRACK window deflectors, these are a decent choice. They look good, add very little extra wind noise, and I installed all 4 in just over 5 minutes. The instructions could have been clearer, but it's not hard to figure out how to install them by looking at the pictures. The one disappointing thing is that the finish of the lower edge isn't "finished". My deflectors have fine machining marks all along the lower edges that, while not awful, should have been buffed out, especially when these things cost over $100 for a set of four. I have bought WeatherTech products for other cars, and bought these and some floor mats for my new car. While the quality and fit is still high, It seems that WeatherTech is slipping a little bit.
Reviewed by Audrey L (Brooklyn, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Pilot — May 29, 2007 9:11 AM
Reviewed by George C (Lake Almanor, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Honda Pilot — May 11, 2007 7:32 AM
I've used this type of product before. I like being able to crack the window for ventilation. This product was simple enough to install per se, but the instructions were lousy. I installed them on a warm day and still encountered cracking the seamed edge that tucks into the rubber. So far no problems and hopefully the little damage I did to the product will not affect it. Make sure during installation you are rolling the windows up that you are pushing the item out so that the window doesn't crack the item when trying to establish it's mold. This can be a little tricky with electrict windows because it's difficult to control the speed.
Reviewed by Jim N (Reston, VA) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda Pilot — Nov 06, 2006 12:11 PM
IWe have four cars in our family. They are all fitted with Weathertech. I have tried two other brands: 1] A cheaper knock-off of the Weathertech design without the machined edges. They were a disaster. The windows kept jamming and eventually the deflectors shattered. 2] The other type was an external stick-on design. One came partly unstuck and I had to jury rig it. I definitely recommend the glue-less installation of Weathertech.