Nissan Windshield Replacement & Repair
Nissan Models We Service
All Nissan passenger vehicles sold here in the United States from 1981 to today
To learn more about popular Nissan models we service (including pricing estimates for out of pocket customers), click one of the following links:
I think I need to replace my Nissan's windshield. How much does this cost?
Most AZ drivers can get their Nissan's auto glass fixed at little to no cost to them by going through insurance.
Most Arizona auto insurance policies come with some level of glass coverage.
Over 80% of our customers go through insurance to get their Nissan's glass fixed. Insurance can cover either a repair or a replacement, whichever your vehicle needs. On top of that we offer free cash back and other special offers to every single insurance customer!
Learn more about AZ insurance or the current special offer for insurance customers below:
Customers without glass coverage on their vehicle or who simply want to pay themselves can take advantage of our extremely low prices and easy payment methods.
We'll beat any real quote from a local competitor, and we accept cash, checks, credit and debit cards and more.
The table below shows out-of-pocket price estimates for common Nissan vehicle models and production years.
|Year, Vehicle Type & Glass Type||Out of Pocket Estimate||Insurance Estimate|
|2017 Mid-Size Sedan Windshield||$261.33||$0 + deductible|
|2016 Compact Sport Utility Rear Window||$534.10||$0 + deductible|
|2016 Mid-Size Sedan Windshield||$313.56||$0 + deductible|
|2016 Compact Sport Utility Windshield||$320.07||$0 + deductible|
|2015 Mid-Size Sedan Windshield||$267.66||$0 + deductible|
|2015 Sport Utility Windshield||$326.83||$0 + deductible|
|2015 Compact Sedan Windshield||$265.09||$0 + deductible|
|2014 Mid-Size Sedan Windshield||$258.67||$0 + deductible|
|2013 Compact 4 Dr Crew Cab Pickup Windshield||$234.40||$0 + deductible|
|2013 Mid-Size Sedan Windshield||$280.64||$0 + deductible|
|2013 Compact Sport Utility Windshield||$288.73||$0 + deductible|
|2012 Mid-Size Sedan Windshield||$210.06||$0 + deductible|
|2011 Sport Utility Windshield||$300.44||$0 + deductible|
|2009 Hatchback Door Glass||$211.29||$0 + deductible|
|2008 Sport Utility Windshield||$241.70||$0 + deductible|
|2006 Sport Utility Windshield||$216.94||$0 + deductible|
|2004 Mini Van Windshield||$223.52||$0 + deductible|
|2003 Sport Utility Windshield||$227.07||$0 + deductible|
What does your warranty cover and not cover if I have you repair or replace my Nissan's auto glass?
Our Nissan Windshield Replacement Coverage
- Coverage for any potential defects in the materials used in your service
- Coverage for any technician mistakes or issues in the actual replacement
- Plus, if you go through your insurance we also include free chip repair!
Our Nissan Auto Glass Repair Coverage
- Manufacturing or materials issues? We'll take care of them.
- Service mistakes or problems (leaks, etc.)? We'll take care of those, too.
Nissan: a Worldwide Automotive Leader Built on a Century of Parterships
The company that became Nissan has mastered the art of business partnerships to drive its engineering and technical capabilities, plus to acquire key personnel.
The company that was to become the Nissan automobile manufacturer started in 1914 as Japan's first manufacturer of automobiles. The first several decades of the company's existence were turbulent, with multiple renamings and rebrandings of the company, and multiple types of vehicles produced under different names for different markets. Most of the early vehicles produced were trucks because there was little demand domestically for cars at that time.
He did this by spearheading the company's adoption and incorporation of American technology and processes, plus through many innovations he invented himself. His contributions to the company led to him being treated as an almost mythical figure by later generations of employees.
The company used its impressive range of stylish, compact vehicles to fuel its growth from a regional to worldwide powerhouse.
Starting in the 1950s, Nissan began a focus on exporting its cars internationally. With a range of small, stylish and performance-oriented automobiles, Nissan positioned itself well to take advantage of the sportscar boom of the 1950s and 60s, then the oil crisis which followed and led to an increased demand for economical, reliable transportation. By the 1970s the company was one of the world's largest car companies.
Rebranding from Datsun to Nissan in the 1980s, most its most iconic cars to this day are those originally developed under the Datsun brand.
In the 1980s, Nissan rebranded itself in the United States from Datsun. The name Datsun had its origins all the way back to the company's original founders, but Nissan was selected as the more ideal brand moving forward. Interestingly, to this day the company's most iconic cars are still considered those originally produced under the Datsun brand. This includes cars like the Datsun 510, the 240z and the Skyline.
A unique partnership with French company Renault provided the stability to power through a downtown in the late 1990s and on to continued success to this day.
While Nissan has gone through many corporate mergers and rebrandings in its long history, in 1999 it entered a unique partnership with French automobile manufacturer Renault. Nissan was going through massive cash flow and debt problems so it needed an external source of both cash and engineering/manufacturing expertise to help it get back on track.
Each company received a stake in the other, though Renault's stake in Nissan is much larger. With this partnership in place, Nissan was able to rework its vehicle portfolio and get back on track. Today Nissan the company is in great shape and holds stakes in all kinds of additional businesses around the world, both in the automotive field and outside of it.