Auto Sunvisors: Friend or Foe

There is one piece of technology in Detroit that is in serious need of an overhaul. I’m referring to the old school device to block the sun while driving down the road.

I’ve riden in cars that have well thought out visors that work fairly well, but the set on my Dodge Magnum seem to have been an after-thought.

“Oh, we forgot to put a set of sunvisors on this car. How can we add them without changing any other dynamics? They’ll have to be small, but who uses these anyway?” Detroit Creative Director

Yes, I can hear it all now.

How do your sunvisors work? Are they your friend or foe when it comes to blocking the sun?

2 thoughts on “Auto Sunvisors: Friend or Foe

  1. Dave J.

    I assume that’s got something to do with the aspect-ratio of this car, with shorter windows than normal. Still a poor result. I’ve seen (and lusted after) those visors that extend-out to help with this problem.

    1. Larry

      I’m not really sure what the problem is. The ratios are similar to my last Chrysler product, but this one is not even close. I really like the car, but this one thing is not well thought out.


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