This would cover up the stickers: Kartisen Car Sun Visor Organizer
As well as add even more storage. Things like this are a matter of preference, though. Takes away from the clean look you may be going for.
Nothing shocking here - about what you'd expect. The Mav is the winner for bargain hunters in my opinion. Looking for a car with some truck-ish functionality? Then go Santa Cruz. Surprised by the MPG he got in the Santa Cruz.
I amTHIIIIISSSS many years old and I do things for a living.
To be less obtuse, I am of an age to be a vet of Gulf Wars 1&2, as well as the Afghan war (the U.S one, not the British one.)
And I do computer stuff now, post military retirement.
Back in the mid-80's I knew "girls" (young women, 20's) who drove dually Fords. And "girls" who drove VW convertibles. You know what, drive whatever the heck you want and ignore the haters.
Except, guys? NEVER drive a VW Rabbit convertible. Just... don't. :p
I DIY'd a roll-on bedliner in a '91 Isuzu pickup I once owned (now THAT was a compact truck!) Word to the wise: Prep the bed per the instructions, then prep it again. For the money the liner did it's job. I wasn't going to pay to have one sprayed-in (after all, I only paid $4000 for the truck -...
Nice! I'm hearing good things about Bullet. And they covered that lip at the front of the bed, right next to the glass. The Mavs I've seen on dealer lots had the spray-in, but that lip was NOT covered.
I had the swing-out box in my Titan. Great for small-ish things and a lot sturdier than I expected. Still a bit pricey (I paid $190 for mine) and the locking latch on it is a joke. It's NOT for anything of value. Also had the BAK Revolver bed cover (the roll-up, like the one Ford offers.) That...