Worst part is that windshield installs are such a delicate process that the other part is waiting a few weeks to see that there aren't any problems with the install.I had a rock hit mine on the interstate and had to have it replaced.
That's one expensive repair!
The windshield replacement was ~ $615 ... then add another $345 for the dealer to re-aim the camera attached to the glass (required when replacing a windshield).
Total cost $960
Nope it is June 2020, no recall yet and they continue to refuse to honor their manufacturers warranty, will probably require another class action law suit like the one mentioned here: https://www.courthousenews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Toyota.CA_.pdfI have yet to encounter any issues with the C-HRs windscreens. Luckily it's Toyota, if this problem is as common as it seems from that thread, I'm sure they'll do a recall.
MY QUESTION FOR ALL... I have had my C-HR for a year now, knock on wood no issues and I love Toyota, however, I have recently noticed the windshield has specks on it, at first I thought like many.. rocks chips, but that is NOT the case, then I have noticed a rainbow of specks that appear to be between the glass. (Not on outside, nor inside) I have called service and will get it checked out but they seem to know nothing about this. Anyone else dealing with an issue similar?? ThanksUpdate there are now 54, yes "Fifty Four" owners on the UK forum who have cracked windscreens and have had/waiting for replacement, myself now included