Honda CR-Z Windshield Replacement & Repair
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The windshield specifications for the Honda CR-Z include:
1. Size: The windshield of the Honda CR-Z has a size of approximately 53.9 inches wide and 29.9 inches high.
2. Glass Type: The windshield is made of laminated glass, which consists of two layers of glass with a thin layer of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) sandwiched in between. This type of glass is designed to provide enhanced safety and make it more resistant to shattering upon impact.
3. Tint: The windshield may come with a slight factory tint, which helps to reduce glare from the sun and provides some level of UV protection.
4. Wipers: The windshield is equipped with two windshield wipers, one on the driver’s side and another on the passenger’s side. These wipers are designed to efficiently clear the windshield of rain, snow, and other debris for improved visibility.
5. Defrosting: The windshield may have a built-in defrosting system, which helps to quickly melt any snow or ice that may accumulate on the surface during cold weather conditions.
6. Rain-Sensing Wipers: Some models of the Honda CR-Z may have rain-sensing wipers, which automatically detect the intensity of rain and adjust the wiper speed accordingly, providing a hassle-free driving experience during wet conditions.
7. Sunshade: The windshield of the Honda CR-Z may have a built-in sunshade, which can be extended to block sunlight and maintain a cooler interior temperature during hot days.
Please note that these specifications may vary depending on the specific model and trim level of the Honda CR-Z. It is always recommended to consult the owner’s manual or contact an authorized Honda dealership for the most accurate and up-to-date information.