Mitsubishi Windshield & Window Repair / Replacement
We provide mobile windshield replacement – which means we come to you and replace your windshield on the spot. Call (714) 323-2672 for a free quote. We service Southern California.
Alfa Auto Glass has been repairing and replacing Mitsubishi windshields since 1988. Despite the decline in Mitsubishi vehicles being sold in the United States (which has nothing to do with the quality), we are still able to repair and replace Mitsubishi windshields.
Mitsubishi Models That We Routinely Perform Windshield Replacements On
- Eclipse Cross
- Lancer EVO Evolution
- Mirage G4
- Outlander PHEV
- Outlander Sport
How Much Does It Cost To Replace A Mitsubishi Windshield?
The average cost to replace a Mitsubishi car or SUV windshield ranges from $250 to $350. This includes the parts and labor. Your car insurance may cover the cost of replacement and we can work with your car insurance agent to get the payment processed.
How Long Does It Take To Replace A Mitsubishi Windshield
After we arrive at your location (or after you arrive at ours), it generally takes 1 to 2 hours to complete the replacement process (depending on the vehicle model). While we are servicing your vehicle, you’re free to go back to work. We will notify you when the job is done.
Mitsubishi Dealership in Southern California
As time goes by, we’re seeing less Mitsubishi dealerships in Southern California compared to other automakers. Don’t worry about this – we still have access to a huge inventory of windshields that will fit on any Mitsubishi model. It turns out that windshield manufacturers produce windshields for multiple car brands. Mitsubishi windshields and parts will be able to be sourced for decades to come.
Note to Offroading Enthusiasts
Mitsubishi Montero, Pajero, and EVO Lancer owners may enjoy offroading and rally racing activities which can result in a higher likelihood of windshield damage. Loose rocks that get kicked up from other vehicles can be a source of windshield impact leading to cracks, chips, and windshield failure. If you engage in offroad activities, we recommend installing mud flaps on your vehicle as a courtesy to other drivers. It can also protect your own vehicle from abrasion and damage.