Expert Toyota Windshield Replacement & Repair in Greater Phoenix, AZ

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We Can Repair or Replace the Auto Glass on All Toyota Passenger Vehicles Made from 1981 to Today

We provide comprehensive auto glass services for all Toyota passenger vehicles sold in the US from 1981 to today.

Call us at 480-907-3982 for a free quote for your Toyota!

Popular Toyota models we work on:

Our Toyota Auto Glass Services

Whatever auto glass damage on your Toyota vehicle you need fixed, we can do it! Click a link below for more information.
Ready to get started? Call us now at 480-907-3982!

  • 8AM - 8PM Monday - Friday
  • 8AM - 5PM Saturday
  • 9AM - 5PM Sunday
Free Valley-wide mobile service for your Toyota vehicle.

How Much Does It Cost to Replace Your Toyota Windshield?

Your new windshield price depends on 2 things:

  1. Your Toyota vehicle's year, model and options.
  2. Your auto insurance glass coverage type.

Example Toyota windshield replacement prices* in Greater Phoenix by auto insurance glass coverage type:

  • Toyota no glass coverage example* windshield price: $359.10 (average from table below)
  • Toyota comprehensive coverage example* windshield price: $0 out of pocket, PLUS $18 cash back (average from table below)
  • Toyota full coverage example* windshield price: $0 out of pocket, PLUS $65 cash back (average from table below)

The following table shows example* windshield pricing & cash back for 15 common Toyota 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!

Toyota Windshield Replacement Pricing Examples

Vehicle Insurance Deductible Price Cash Back
2002 Toyota Camry Windshield No insurance NA $338.67 NA
2003 Toyota Tacoma Windshield No insurance NA $260.15 NA
2007 Toyota Tundra Windshield No insurance NA $434.87 NA
2008 Toyota Tacoma Windshield No insurance NA $302.62 NA
2008 Toyota Camry Windshield No insurance NA $340.02 NA
2012 Toyota Prius Windshield No insurance NA $364.03 NA
2013 Toyota Land Cruiser Windshield No insurance NA $397.43 NA
2013 Toyota Prius Windshield No insurance NA $409.63 NA
2013 Toyota Sienna Windshield No insurance NA $421.55 NA
2014 Toyota Corolla Windshield No insurance NA $353.91 NA
2015 Toyota Tacoma Windshield No insurance NA $327.19 NA
2015 Toyota Tundra Windshield Comprehensive glass $50 $0 (we pay deductible) $25
2015 Toyota Camry Windshield Comprehensive glass $50 $0 (we pay deductible) $10
2016 Toyota Camry Windshield Full glass $0 (no deductible) $0 (insurance pays) $60
2016 Toyota Highlander Windshield Full glass $0 (no deductible) $0 (insurance pays) $75
2017 Toyota Corolla Windshield Full glass $0 (no deductible) $0 (insurance pays) $60

Free Mobile Service for Your Toyota Vehicle Anywhere in Greater Phoenix

We'll come perform your Toyota'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 Toyota vehicles:

Did you know?

The first Toyota vehicle ever made was a sedan called the AA that was first produced in 1936.

Original Toyota AA sedan in black

The company that eventually became Toyota started out as a producer of advanced manual and automated looms used for producing textiles. In 1934, the founder's oldest son took some seed money from his father and started an automotive division of the company to produce cars. The first production car produced by the new company was a 4-door sedan called the AA, accompanied by a 2 Dr coupe version called the AB.

The first step in producing the new vehicle was to build a prototype. Under the direction of Kiichiro Toyoda 3 prototypes were built, with construction finishing up in May 1935. In an amazing feat of creativity, the prototypes were officially named "A1".

The G1 Truck - A Temporary Diversion

Because of economic conditions at the time (and probably with some awareness of world tensions and the potential of another large war in the not-to-distant future), the company determined that the fastest road to profits was to build a truck version of their new vehicle, then develop one or more car versions after the truck.

The truck version they built was called the G1. Like the car versions, it was heavily based on existing American vehicles to help get it to market quicker. Production of the G1 continued through World War II into the late 1940s, at which point it was replaced by an updated model with more advanced features and original engineering.

Heavily "Borrowed" Design and Engineering from Existing American Vehicles

To speed up development and reduce initial startup costs, the new AA copied a lot of existing American vehicles for its major components, including:

The auto glass used on the AA had a number of interesting features:

50th Anniversary Replica

In 1987, Toyota wanted to include an AA for the celebration of its 50th anniversary, however, no original examples could be located. There weren't even any complete original plans. The company got around these hurdles by building a replica that was as close as possible to the original design and specification.

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