Re: ProTrim Windshield Sunshade Review & Pics
I've had mine for about 2 weeks now, and I have to say, it works.
Regarding fitment, it fits, but it's not an exact fit to the windshield. I have about a 1/4" gap on the top and bottom mostly. It tends to hang a little bit as well, the sunvisors don't go all the way back to press it to the glass.
The little bag is a nice touch, and matches my Overland's black with silver piping interior. There's not really any good places to store it in the Jeep that are easily accessed, so I just toss it on the floor in the backseat.
I can't say that it's doing much to keep the truck cooler when I get in, maybe a little but not a massive difference. But, I mainly got it to keep the sun off my leather dash, and it does a pretty good job at that.
Overall, it's not a miracle sunshade, but it's not bad and looks nicer.
My friend at work just got a new Mustang GT and a Ford sunshade that looks quite similar, but without the bag. He got his for free for having to wait 4 months for his car to be delivered, but apparently they sell them in the range of $100 normally. So that makes this sunshade look like a bargain(or people that buy the OEM one look like suckers... not sure which).