We have windshields for nearly all BMW models from the early 1980s to current models. We can install windshields on vintage BMWs (pre-1980), however, the glass may have to be ordered from Germany (or found online / junkyards).
BMW 1 Series Windshields
BMW 2 Series Windshields
BMW 3 Series Windshields
BMW 4 Series Windshields
BMW 5 Series Windshields
BMW 6 Series Windshields
BMW 7 Series Windshields
BMW 8 Series Windshields
BMW M Series Windshields
BMW X Series Windshields
BMW Z Series Windshields
- 1M Coupe
- ActiveHybrid 3
- Alpina B7
Who Makes BMW Windshields?
Pilkington (the best glass for BMWs), PGW, FWG. BMW makes their own glass – BMW Glass.
What You Should Know About BMW Windshields
BMWs that spend their lifetime in Southern California have windshield moldings that suffer from hot and dry conditions. The moldings will become brittle after a few years and tend to break off into pieces. We’ll often replace the moldings and keep the original glass (if it’s still in good condition).
Due to the way BMW windshields are installed, it’s important that a good adhesive is used and that it sets for at least 30 minutes before the car drives away.
How Long Does It Take To Replace A BMW Windshield?
It typically takes us 1 to 2 hours to replace a BMW windshield. This doesn’t include drive time to your vehicle.
What’s The Typical Price To Replace A BMW Windshield?
$300 to $500. Rock chip repair is $75.
BMW Windshields With Heads Up Display
Be sure to tell your technician if your BMW is equipped with a heads up display (that projects the car speed on the windshield). Special precautions must be taken for windshields that support the BMW heads up display.