Honda CR-V Windshield Replacement & Repair in Greater Phoenix, AZ

2018 Honda CR-V in maroon

We Can Repair or Replace the Auto Glass on All Honda CR-V Models Made from 1997 to Today

The CR-V is one of the most popular vehicles we work on in many Valley towns such as Goodyear. Whether you have an original 1997 CR-V or one you just bought, we can handle your replacement or repair with fast, high quality mobile service. Call us at 480-907-3982 now for a fast, free quote!

Our Honda CR-V Auto Glass Services

Whatever auto glass damage on your Honda CR-V you need fixed, we can do it! Click a link below for more information.
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  • 8AM - 8PM Monday - Friday
  • 8AM - 5PM Saturday
  • 9AM - 5PM Sunday
Free Valley-wide mobile service for your Honda CR-V.

Example* Prices for Windshield Replacement on Popular Honda CR-V Models

Every insurance windshield replacement includes FREE Lifetime Chip Repair (a $300 Value). We are also able to offer cash back in many cases.

Your new windshield price, and the amount of cash back we can offer, depends on 2 things:

  1. Your Honda CR-V's year and options.
  2. Your auto insurance glass coverage type.

The following table shows example* windshield pricing & cash back for 15 common Honda CR-V models we service in Greater Phoenix.

*All prices are examples only. Call us today at 480-907-3982 and we'll be happy to give you an exact quote for your vehicle and insurance!

Honda CR-V Windshield Replacement Pricing Examples*

Vehicle Insurance Deductible Example Price* Cash Back
1997 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $293.46 NA
1998 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $312.55 NA
1999 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $303.16 NA
2000 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $291.80 NA
2001 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $353.36 NA
2002 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $361.51 NA
2003 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $319.97 NA
2004 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $306.26 NA
2005 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $367.73 NA
2007 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $312.59 NA
2009 Honda CR-V Windshield No insurance NA $363.33 NA
2010 Honda CR-V Windshield Comprehensive glass $50 $15 (we pay $35 of deductible) $0
2011 Honda CR-V Windshield Comprehensive glass $50 $15 (we pay $35 of deductible) $0
2012 Honda CR-V Windshield Comprehensive glass $50 $0 (we pay deductible) $0
2013 Honda CR-V Windshield Comprehensive glass $50 $0 (we pay deductible) $0
2014 Honda CR-V Windshield Full glass $0 (no deductible) $0 (insurance pays) $50
2015 Honda CR-V Windshield Full glass $0 (no deductible) $0 (insurance pays) $50
2016 Honda CR-V Windshield Full glass $0 (no deductible) $0 (insurance pays) $60
2017 Honda CR-V Windshield Full glass $0 (no deductible) $0 (insurance pays) $65

Free Mobile Service for Your Honda CR-V Anywhere in Greater Phoenix

We'll come perform your Honda CR-V's auto glass repair or windshield replacement at whatever location is most convenient for you, anywhere in Greater Phoenix!

Here are some common Valley cities we often visit for mobile auto glass services on Honda CR-V models:

Honda CR-V - One of the Original Compact SUVs

Originally released in the mid 1990s, sales were moderate until production was moved to the United States and the CR-V became one of the mainstays in its class.

1997 Honda CR-V in maroon

A relative newcomer to the Honda range, the CR-V did not make its debut until 1995, when its first generation model was released as a 1997 model. Initial interest in the CR-V in the United States was limited. It would be several years until the compact SUV really began to make its mark.

Perhaps a symptom of such low sales, or perhaps a contributing factor, the CR-V remained an import-only model until its third generation came along in 2007. After 12 years of availability on the American market, the first American-made CR-Vs rolled off the production line at East Liberty, Ohio.

Since then, the Honda CR-V has steadily climbed in popularity, surpassing 200,000 sales in 2007 and 300,000 in 2013. The last iteration - the fourth to be released under the Honda CR-V banner - was achieving around 350,000 sales per annum at its peak.

Newly refreshed, the CR-V is here to stay and adapting to the times with a new hybrid powertrain.

The fifth generation model was unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show in late 2016, only weeks after production had begun. As such, the vehicle was not launched until 2017 and sales figures are as yet unavailable.

However, the latest revamp has seen the Honda team doubling down on their commitments to the American market, branching out to another production site, this time in Greensburg, Indiana. Honda is also showing that they are serious about supporting responsible motoring; the Japanese manufacturers introduced a hybrid CR-V in 2017, unveiling the model at Auto Shanghai in April.

Admittedly, this is a little later than on other Honda models (the Accord has boasted two hybrid models within its ranks for over four years now). It is still a positive step from the automotive producers. The fifth generation of the CR-V looks to be very exciting indeed and the future is bright for one of the original compact SUVs.

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