We replace and repair windshields for all Toyota models.

Discontinued Models

  • Toyota Camry Solara
  • Toyota Celica
  • Toyota Cressida
  • Toyota ECHO
  • Toyota FJ Cruiser
  • Toyota MR2
  • Toyota Matrix
  • Toyota Paseo
  • Toyota Pickup
  • Toyota Previa
  • Toyota Prius Plug-in
  • Toyota Prius v
  • Toyota RAV4 EV
  • Toyota T100
  • Toyota Tercel
  • Toyota Venza

Newer Models

  • Toyota 86
  • Toyota Avalon
  • Toyota Avalon Hybrid
  • Toyota Camry
  • Toyota Camry Hybrid
  • Toyota Corolla
  • Toyota Corolla Hatchback
  • Toyota Corolla Hybrid
  • Toyota Corolla iM
  • Toyota Mirai
  • Toyota Prius
  • Toyota Prius Prime
  • Toyota Prius C
  • Toyota Supra
  • Toyota Yaris
  • Toyota Yaris Sedan
  • Toyota Yaris iA

SUVs

  • Toyota 4Runner
  • Toyota C-HR
  • Toyota Highlander
  • Toyota Highlander Hybrid
  • Toyota Land Cruiser
  • Toyota RAV4
  • Toyota RAV4 Hybrid
  • Toyota Sequoia
  • Toyota Tacoma
  • Toyota Tundra

Vans

  • Toyota Sienna

Why Alfa Auto Glass Should Replace Your Toyota Windshield?

Toyota is well known for its characteristics and performance. However, when a stone, or an object ruins your glass, let our specialists put your mind at ease while we fix the problem quickly. Our experts are educated and trained on how to fix the damaged glass in all Toyota models.

When you need to replace your windshield, many automobile owners believe that selecting the lowest-price option is fine. However, if you don’t select the right company to do the job, you might have a bad accident. If the right professional is not chosen, the glass that is installed wrong might pop out while you are driving. When this happens the top of the vehicle could crush the passengers that are in your car.

Who Makes Toyota Windshields?

Based on the car model, Toyota uses different windshield suppliers. AP Tech (the subsidiary of AGC Glass) makes the windshields for the Toyota brand today. The windshields are also Nippon Safety brands that are a Pilkington company subsidiary. Since Toyota is a Japanese product, Japanese manufacturers are used. AGC Glass has been around longer than Toyota and is one of the leading Mitsubishi firms. The company was first founded in 1907 as Japan’s first manufacturer of sheet glass. AP Tech and AGC are now known to be among the industry’s leading auto glass products. Nippon Safety brands are Japanese products, but the UK firm Pilkington owns it. Nippon is also another long-standing organization, founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1918. The two biggest glass companies in the world are presently Pilkington and AGC Glass.

What’s The Typical Price To Replace A Toyota Windshield?

Depending on the year, make, model, and additional features, you can expect to pay for your repair or replacement anywhere from $150 to $300. That pricing is for a basic replacement.

One thing that’s often overlooked is ADAS calibration that needs to be installed with the auto glass replacement, which would warrant an additional service at an additional cost.

How Long Does It Take To Replace A Toyota Windshield?

The framework is easy and straightforward to comprehend, which means that the installations are reasonably quick. There are a few exceptions. The Tundra comes with a rear glass that rolls down like a window you find in a door. The rear seat and interior trim must be removed. Our professionals need a few hours to install it.

What Should You Know About Toyota Windshield Replacement Options

Make sure you let us know about any of these options you have on your windshield. Some of the options may include the following:

The ADAS, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, include features such as automatic braking and lane-departure warnings. The ADAS needs to be calibrated.

Toyota recently announced that as of 2018, their branded ADAS, Toyota Safety Sensor, will become standard in most of their models.

Once you get your windshield replaced, we can check to make sure your ADAS is correctly calibrated. If it’s not, there’s a risk of those systems not working correctly.