Who would like to pay $200+ for a set of OEM window visors? AVS has been making auto visors since the 1930's and they just came out with a set for my 2016 Pilot. They look great for only $70. The fit is very tight on the front and the window needs to be raised little by little so the window doesn't auto-reverse itself, but that's minor and anyone can install in 10 minutes. Now I can crack the windows on a rainy day! AVS 194557 Smoke in Channel Ventvisor in Channel Window Visors Front 4 Pcs | eBay
The fit is very tight on the front and the window needs to be raised little by little so the window doesn't auto-reverse itself, but that's minor and anyone can install in 10 minutes.
Funny that you say it's a minor issue as I would consider that to be a serious design flaw. You're telling me that I can't use my auto up feature on the windows and not only that, I have to pay special attention to them and carefully roll up each one of them and then double check to make sure they actually went up and the anti pinch feature didn't engage? Maybe if I only rolled my windows up and down once a month it wouldn't be a big deal, but we're talking about something most people do a few times a day for 8-12 months a year. Sounds like a huge hassle.
I've seen AVS visors on many vehicles on the road. Dislike how they bubble out and/or cover up the chrome trim on many rides....looks god aweful. There is no way I'd would go that route. Give me something with the chrome trim on it, like OEM, or a svelte in-channel that weathertech is known for. Being that the later is MIA on this front...there aren't many options. Please post some pics of the AVS ones my friend. I can be wrong of course as I do not own them and they don't post pics of the Pilot models.