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Finished my 3M gloss black wrap job anf installed window visor along with roof rails which were a pain. I feel like the roof rails match the ex-l more then the touring since both have the same finish and color. Also i am a amateur at wrapping anything. I love the job it gives the car a more premium look and hides the gray piller plastic. As for the window visor i was never a fan of them but the oem with the chrome strip are a lot better then the stick on one. I did have a little trouble wrapping my main problem was i used too much heat and made the vinyl bubble. My advice to anyone who is going to try this is warm up the surface up and that should be enough. Also if you do end up getting a few bubbles they should go away after a few days or hours.

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Aren't they noisy? Everyone I have ever had was noisy. Weather-tech had to be installed in window channel, and wouldn't stay in place, plus the wind noise was annoying. if not noisy I might take another look at them.
 

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No offense meant but, they seem like they come down a bit far (i.e. the width of the shade) compared to others I have seen. I would also be concerned about the length when opening rear door that it might hit and scratch rear edge of closed front dr. I guess that's why there are different models on the market. As long as you like them that's all that matters.
 

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They are a little lower i like it that way but one problem i already see. Is the front Corner blind spots has gotten bigger now... about half a inch. I just have to train my brain to look more when making turns.
 
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