Car window tinting has several benefits no matter where you live in the country, but if there were ever a list of cities where vehicles could most benefit from professional window film installation. Not only does window tint keep cars cooler in the sweltering summers, but it also lowers energy costs and increases privacy and security.
How durable is window tint?
Window film is installed on the inside of the glass for maximum durability—there’s no risk of damage from road debris, scratching branches, or extreme weather. Additionally, quality window film comes with a hard scratch-resistant coating to protect from kids, pets, and other everyday use. However, that doesn’t mean window film is indestructible. You’ll still need to take care when loading and unloading objects with hard edges like boxes or sporting equipment. Fortunately, replacing window tint on a single window is generally inexpensive.
Reduce UV radiation
While the standard glass used in car windows can block some UV radiation, a car window tinting of good quality from a reputable manufacturer —if applied correctly—can help increase protection from ultraviolet radiation. It can also help preserve the interior of your car, including the upholstery, carpeting, and dashboard, which can fade over time by exposure to sunlight.
The amount of light that a window tint allows into the interior varies greatly, and affects how well you can see out. Every state has its own regulations and laws pertaining to the level of darkness it allows for automotive window tints. The volume of light that can pass through your window is referred to as variable light transmission, or VLT. Each state has different regulations concerning VLT percentage, so it’s a good idea to check local laws concerning what you’re allowed to do.
In addition to blocking UVA radiation, a window tint can provide a couple of safety and security benefits. In an accident, automotive window tint film can actually help hold shattered glass in place or reduce the amount of shattered glass. Darkened windows may also hide or obscure articles left in your car, which may deter a thief.
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Mercedes Benz GLA:
Essentially a raised hatchback version of the CLA sedan, the GLA performed better in our tests than its sibling. It got 26 mpg overall from the 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder. But the seven-speed dual-clutch automatic is unrefined, and power delivery is uneven. This makes the GLA feel lethargic at first, then power comes on abruptly. Handling is nimble, but the ride is stiff and the cabin is loud. Visibility, particularly to the rear, is poor, and headroom is snug. Available safety features include forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and blind spot warning. A front-wheel-drive version and a high-performance 375-hp GLA45 are available. The infotainment system is complicated and takes time to master but now features compatibility with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
The Mercedes GLA is an OK luxury subcompact SUV. It’s one of the most fun to drive crossovers in the class, with eager corner-carving abilities and carlike maneuverability. However, the GLA has an unrefined transmission and hesitant throttle response.
The standard infotainment system works well and is easy to use, but that’s one of the few highlights of the interior. The back seat offers little space, and most rivals have a larger cargo hold. While many other Mercedes vehicles set the standard for elegance in their class, the GLA’s cabin quality is mediocre.
You should buy the GLA if you want a small crossover with engaging driving dynamics, and if you don’t often ferry around rear-seat passengers. A few better choices in the class take the GLA’s strengths and add in lots of other positives
2019 Mercedes Benz AMG GLE43 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs.
The new 2019 Mercedes Benz AMG GLE Coupe is now available with the AMG Performance Studio package, which includes orange exterior accents, 21-inch alloy wheels with orange accents, and black side mirrors. Wood trim is now offered on the GLE 63 S.
Standard features on the base model include a Drive mode selector with five options, a sport-tuned electronically controlled suspension, adaptive dampers, an AMG sport exhaust system, 21-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, a panoramic sunroof, heated front seats, keyless entry and start, MB-Tex leatherette upholstery, a power liftgate, Mercedes’ COMAND interface with an 8.0-inch screen, navigation, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a Harman Kardon audio system, and two USB ports.
The base 2019 AMG GLE 43 comes with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6 with 385 hp and 384 lb-ft of torque paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Moving up to the AMG GLE 63 S gets you a 5.5-liter twin-turbo V-8 with a pavement-destroying 577 hp and 561 lb-ft. A seven-speed automatic is the only gearbox available on the AMG GLE 63 S.
EPA fuel economy ratings are 17/22 mpg city/highway for the AMG GLE 43 and 14/18 mpg for the AMG GLE 63 S.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe has not been crash tested by the NHTSA and IIHS. However, the standard GLE-Class received a four-star rollover rating from the NHTSA (out of a possible five stars). In IIHS testing, the conventional GLE-Class was awarded a 2019 Top Safety Pick+ rating after it received a Good score across all categories (Good is the highest score) and a Superior score on the front crash prevention test after it avoided a 12-mph collision and reduced the speed of a 25-mph impact by 24 mph (Superior is the highest score on the front crash prevention test).
Standard active driver assistance features include attention assist, blind-spot monitoring, lane keeping assist, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and crosswind assist. Adaptive cruise control, active steering assist, rear cross-traffic alert, and pedestrian detection are optional.
The 2019 BMW 540I luxury sedan doesn’t skate on its past accomplishments. Two years removed from an overhaul for the mid-size sedan, this year’s version adds automatic emergency braking to its standard repertoire and deletes a diesel powertrain before it became even more of a leper in the States.
What’s left is a sedan that rates at 7.0 on our overall scale, a respectable score that’s tilted toward the more affordable end where luxury features like in-seat massagers, fire-breathing V-8s, and active driver assistants can’t reach
This year, the 5-Series is available in 530e, 530i, 540i, and M550i xDrive variants that climb the ladder of performance and price
Base models start around $54,000, but that’s not the whole story—the 530e qualifies for federal tax credits and some state rebates that could push the final price below $50,000.
The 5-Series hasn’t met an engine it doesn’t like yet. Base 530i and 530e models are fitted with a strong turbo-4 that makes 248 horsepower (the 530e pairs an electric motor and 9.2-kwh hybrid battery to make the same figure) and drive the rear or all four wheels. The 540i’s 335-hp turbo-6 is the next step up. Its power is more than ample with a 0-60-mph sprint of less than five seconds.
The M550i xDrive reminds us of M-powered cars of yore, except for one key difference. Its 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 spins out more than 450 hp and rips off sub-four-second runs to 60 mph, but its standard all-wheel-drive system is a twist on those old, mean M machines.
In every case, the 5-Series gets a standard 8-speed automatic transmission and good, but sometimes light, steering.
The 2019 5-Series seats up to five adults, and it has a sizable trunk for their belongings. The cabin’s become more stylish and more comfortable; no 5-Series looks thrifty, though dark cabin colors can get busy with optional stitching and ambient lighting.
The IIHS called the 5-Series a Top Safety Pick+ last year and our opinion only improves this year: Automatic emergency braking is now standard.
A suite of driver assistance features is a spend-up extra ($1,700) and they’re helpful; the 5-Series can stay centered in its lane for nearly a minute without driver input.
That misses the point, though. Like other features in the 5-Series, the semi-autonomous drive feature complements the driver that’s already there. Likewise with the standard 16-way adjustable seats, two USB charge ports, 8.8-inch digital instrument cluster, 10.2-inch touchscreen for infotainment with Bluetooth connectivity and Apple CarPlay compatibility (free for the first year, but $80 for following years).
Tesla Model X at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. Tint Magic USE COMPUTER CUT SOFTWARE TO PRE-CUT WINDOW FILM BEFORE APPLYING IT ON GLASS, without the risk of damage on windows gasket because we do not use blades to cut the window film. Tint Magic Window Tinting offer a variety of types of materials with the best quality, heat rejection and Lifetime Warranty on the market. Call us for a free estimate at (954) 840-7883. We are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs Fl 33076, at the same plaza of Annies Pizza and Sherwin Williams.
About Tesla Model X:
The Model X is the EV automaker’s first crossover and it has seating for up to seven passengers. Riding on the same platform as the Model S sedan, the Model X differentiates itself with its higher roofline, a large panoramic windshield, falcon wing doors, and driver and front passenger doors that automatically open or close when you enter or exit the car.
Available with three different battery sizes and comes standard with all-wheel drive. Unlike the Model S sedan, which is available in single- or dual-motor versions, the Model X is available exclusively with two electric motors as standard.
Packed with technologies such as the Autopilot semi-autonomous driving aid and powerful electric motors backed by high-capacity batteries that let it accelerate at the same pace as some sports cars.
Despite all of its highly advanced features, the Tesla Model X can seem gimmicky. Those falcon wing doors, while cool, are overly complicated and less practical compared to standard or sliding minivan-style doors. The available monopost second-row seats also hurt the crossover’s practicality because they only tilt instead of fold and slide, limiting what you can carry in the car.