Archives – December, 2009

Side Window Deflectors for 2010 Toyota Prius

They are finally here. The 2010 Prius Side Window Deflectors.

Whether you just want a little fresh air, or need to air out your car, 2010 Prius Side Window Deflectors will keep out the snow or rain. They also help reduce wind noise while you’re driving, so you’re not shouting to be heard above the roar of the gale force winds racing past you at highway speed. Whether you are on the move or in the parking lot creates cabin comfort by keeping rain out and letting fresh air in. Helps to reduce heat buildup in parked vehicles by allowing window to be partially open No drilling required for an easy installation attaches with 3M acrylic foam tape.

The side window deflectors look like they were made just for your Toyota Prius. They’re made from durable smoke-colored acrylics, and have a self-stick adhesive for easy installation. When you’re done, they’ll look like they came already installed in your car.

Keeps you and your interior high and dry when the going gets wet.

6 Comments December 22, 2009

Receiver Hitch (2010 Ford Fusion / 2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid)

The Draw-Tite Class 1 trailer hitch is made to be a perfect fit for your 2010 Ford Fusion or 2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid. It can pull up to 2,000 pounds of maximum gross trailer weight, and has 200 pounds maximum tongue weight. The Draw-Tite hitch will fit on your Ford Fusion or Mercury Milan Hybrid without any special tools or drilling. Fits the THULE Ski and Snowboard Rack, the THULE Cargo Box, or the Prius Bike Rack. Just swap out the piece you need and you’re ready to go.

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Canvasworks Heatshield for 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid

Canvasworks Heatshield for Ford FusionThere’s nothing that makes us curse louder than climbing into a hot car and grabbing the steering wheel. . . except maybe climbing into a hot car and slamming your fingers in the door. While we can’t help you with that, we can help keep your car a lot cooler. The Canvasworks Heatshield for the 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid will help you avoid the sting of summer by keeping the interior of your Fusion Hybrid as much as 40 degrees cooler. This means you can also protect your dashboard, console, and upholstery from sun damage, which will ruin the value of your car over time. You can get HeatShield visors for your side and rear windows, as well as your front window.

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