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4pcs Smoke Sun/Rain Guard Vent Shade Window Visors Deflector Com

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Product description

Fitment:
2009-2015 Cruze All Models

Item-offered:
4pcs vent shade window visors (Installation instruction is not included,please check the sample installation picture above for reference)

Style
Outside Mount Style (Stick on to the door amp; above the windows.Not In-Channel Style)

Position
2pcs for front doors and 2pcs for rear doors

Material
Reinforced Acrylic

Color
Dark Smoke Tint

Installation
Direct Tape-On Design,Easy Peel-N-Stick Installation.No Cutting or Drilling Required

Item's-condition-function
*100% Brand new in box.
* Fully window protected from sun shade, wind, rain, snow deflector.
* Help reduce heat buildup in park vehicles by allowing air in when partially open.
* Long lasting material designed to withstand the rigors of the elements.
* Make it possible to leave the windows down a few inches to get fresh air even on rainy days.
* Comes With 3M Automotive-Grade Double-Sided Tapes.Easy Installation.
* Dramatically Improve Styling amp; Appearance.

4pcs Smoke Sun/Rain Guard Vent Shade Window Visors Deflector Com

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