These are from mopar just installed on my 2018 Pacific s
Bought and installed these today for $115 shipped. Unintended effect, they actually make the vehicle feel even darker inside. Definitely cut down on wind noise if you want a window cracked while driving. Happened to also get new mud flaps in the Mail today and install those also.I do not regret getting the Weathertech in-channel deflectors. Perfect when leaving car in a parking lot - you can crack the windows and nobody can see the windows are cracked, and it it rains, you're safe. Look great and do not stick out. I do not like how the tack-on ones protrude.
I went with WELLVisors Chrome as I do not have the S package and didn't want my chrome trim blocked. They look factory. Have had 0 problems with them after installing them 17 months ago. Decreased wind noise significantly. They were easy to install. It took me 15 minutes to install all four and they fit perfectly.Installed Weathertech in channels today. You DO need to pay attention to the instructions and have them sit in top of the trim.
I was ready to initiate the return as the deflectors kept kicking the auto window back down, but photos from other forum members helped me understand what exactly Wethertech ment in their instructions.
So for now I will let the visors sit with the windows closed to let them settle, but I’m pretty sure everything will be fine as they didn’t interfere with the auto function after being properly installed.
I remember hearing wind noise with in channel so i always use stick on. Any thoughts?Those are the outside stick ons, just like the AVS ones, I am waiting on the ones from weathertech that are the in channel ones, if only they would get moving and get them made as well as the floor liners......not enough people have called nor emailed!