23 Limited white
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Removed rear head rest.Gives a little less obstructed view out the back window.
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First thing I did on the SC and the Rav4 before it.Removed rear head rest.Gives a little less obstructed view out the back window.
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^^^ALSO! Took my rear headrest off and put them in a plastic trash bag and hide them under the driver’s side rear passenger seat for when I need them. So far 8 months later never took them out of the trash bag.Me too!
How do you have a different rear windshield?^^^ALSO! Took my rear headrest off and put them in a plastic trash bag and hide them under the driver’s side rear passenger seat for when I need them. So far 8 months later never took them out of the trash bag.
Plus, I don’t have that little ugly non functioning sliding window. My rear view is unimpeded!
I have a solid rear window. I do NOT have the activity package or a turbo engine (upper trim level) which contain both the manual opening rear window and the sliding roof skylight. If you review the SC build site you’ll see what comes with each trim level. You either get both the skylight AND the sliding rear window or nothing. I would have loved to have the skylight but didn’t opt for the activity package. I might also add the activity package, about $2.4K, also gives you the OEM roll-up tonneau cover and a few other goodies.How do you have a different rear windshield?
Dang man! Okay, you win. You will it all! Go to your dealership and collect your prize. If they give you a hard time just use my name.I took off my headrests during the test drive, before I even bought it. How bout that?
The frame around it still blocks your view. I'd say 10-15% of the rear window is blocked even with the head rests out. Two things I didn't want on my Limited were the sunroof and the sliding rear window because I'll never use either of them.It wouldn’t be stupid if it had a power button to operate it w/o climbing into the backseat like a 5 year old.
Could work, but you need something to unlatch it too.They make linear actuators (available on Amazon) that look like they would fit well, to electrically open the rear window.
Which dog cover is that?Yea my dog cover hooks on the post...Maybe I can find another hook
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Totally agree. I would definitely open it more frequently (or ar all for that matter) if it were a power window. Love the idea of removing the headrests though. Going to do that right now before I forget!@JMII - “stupid tiny sliding window”
It wouldn’t be stupid if it had a power button to operate it w/o climbing into the backseat like a 5 year old.
BTW - I took mine out the same day I picked it up from the dealer. Did I win? LOL