Ford Windshield Replacement & Repair
Ford Models We Service
Every Ford Passenger Vehicle Made Since 1981
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Fixing Your Ford Windshield with Auto Insurance
When going through insurance, repairs or replacements generally cost you little or nothing out of pocket.
This is becase of how common zero deductible glass coverage is on auto insurance policies in Arizona. In fact, most policies with glass coverage here will either have no deductible at all or a small one.
For detailed information about the different types of glass coverage on auto insurance policies, plus more specifics about our current special offers, visit one of these links:
Fixing Your Ford's Auto Glass by Paying Out of Pocket
While exact pricing will vary based on your Ford vehicle's year, model, and options, our prices are always some of the lowest in town!
In general, prices for auto glass on newer Ford vehicles is more expensive than older ones, and pricing for less common types of glass such as door glass or rear window glass are relatively more expensive than windshields. Glass with custom features such as rain sensors is also more expensive than normal glass.
To make your payment easy, we accept just about any major payment method. This includes cash, checks, any major credit card and more.
|Year, Vehicle Type & Glass Type||Out of Pocket Estimate||Insurance Estimate|
|2017 Full-Size 4 Dr Crew Cab Pickup Windshield||$293.56||$0 + deductible|
|2017 Compact Sedan Windshield||$289.31||$0 + deductible|
|2017 Sport Utility Windshield||$358.26||$0 + deductible|
|2016 Hatchback Windshield||$302.57||$0 + deductible|
|2015 Compact Sedan Windshield||$296.72||$0 + deductible|
|2015 Convertible Quarter Panel||$438.12||$0 + deductible|
|2014 Mid-Size Sedan Quarter Panel||$415.84||$0 + deductible|
|2014 Compact Sedan Windshield||$263.91||$0 + deductible|
|2013 Full-Size 4 Dr Crew Cab Pickup Windshield||$261.71||$0 + deductible|
|2012 Full-Size 4 Dr Crew Cab Pickup Windshield||$228.06||$0 + deductible|
|2008 Full-Size Standard Cab Pickup Windshield||$201.78||$0 + deductible|
|2008 Compact Sedan Windshield||$220.81||$0 + deductible|
|2004 Full-Size 4 Dr Crew Cab Pickup Windshield||$230.96||$0 + deductible|
|2004 Sport Utility Windshield||$247.36||$0 + deductible|
|2003 Compact Crew Cab Pickup Windshield||$225.53||$0 + deductible|
|2002 Mid-Size Sedan Windshield||$239.80||$0 + deductible|
|1999 Coupe Windshield||$235.79||$0 + deductible|
|1998 Full-Size 2 Dr Super Cab Pickup Windshield||$230.02||$0 + deductible|
What warranty coverage do you provide with your Ford windshield or auto glass services?
Warranty Coverage for Ford Windshield Replacement
- Complete coverage for any material defects or problems (including main glass plus things like rubber molding, adhesive, etc.)
- Complete coverage for any issues with the actual installation (i.e. if the installer made any mistakes)
- Insurance customers also receive free chip repair (as long as they stay here in the Valley).
Warranty Coverage for Ford Auto Glass Repair
- Full coverage against any problems with materials
- Full coverage against any issues with the work performed
Ford: the World's First Large-Scale Automotive Manufacturing Company
The Ford company has taken a complex journey from initial strugges, to worldwide success, to the brink of financial collapse, to back on top as one of the world's premier car companies.
Originally incorporated by Henry Ford at the beginning of the 20th century, Ford was not the inventor of the automobile nor was it the first car company. Instead, the genius of Henry Ford was to invent the processes, techniques and systems for manufacturing automobiles on a large scale. Ford's manufacturing systems became so famous and influential around the world that a new word called "Fordism" was coined to refer to them.
Early struggles did not stop Henry Ford, and actually created some future competitors.
Despite its eventual success and worldwide influence, Henry Ford's car company was not successful from the beginning. He stayed with his first car company for only about 1 year, eventually leaving with only his name. This car company stuck around, though, as it was renamed the Cadillac Motor Company and eventually became part of the General Motors brand portfolio.
The twin arrivals of the Ford Model T and the world's first production assembly line transformed Ford from a relative lightweight to the most successful and influential car company in the world.
The first vehicles that Ford actually produced were assembled by hand and never sold in high numbers. It was not until the arrival of the Model T and the invention of the assembly line that Ford's fortunes changed.
- The Model T was reliable, practical and affordable for its time - a vehicle for the masses instead of a plaything for the well-to-do.
- The assembly line, invented by Ford in 1913, was the system that allowed Ford to produce the Model T at scale.
The Only American Car Company to Make it through the Early-2000s without Direct Government Bailouts
Like other domestic car manufacturers, Ford went through a period of financial crisis in the early 2000s. Major contributing factors were high costs for legacy healthcare and other employee benefits, plus declining competitiveness across the product line with vehicles from other manufacturers, particularly those from Asia.
Leveraging its brand assets provided Ford the liquidity needed to weather the storm on its own.
Unlike other American car manufacturers, which were effectively bailed out by the government, Ford took responsibility for its own success and weathered the storm through shrewd management of its debt and cash positions and effective compromises with its employee unions. The largest annual loss Ford experienced during this time was almost $13 billion in 2006. Ford returned to profitability several years later in 2009 and has been consistently profitable ever since.
After solving its financial issues, the next step was returning competitive quality across its vehicle production range.
While addressing costs was part of the solution to its financial crisis, the other part was in restoring its competitive quality across the range and once again competing with the best in the world on an objective level.
Ford has continually increased vehicle quality over the past decade and now has a robust lineup of vehicles including some outrageous performers:
- The 2017 Ford Raptor is the only production pickup truck in the world designed for high-speed off-road performance.
- The 2017 Ford GT supercar is a half-million dollar monster capable of competing with any performance car at any track in the world.