Response from Covercraft: “The designers have not patterned the 2019 models yet. Please try back in about 6-8 weeks and I hope to have a better answer.”Try Covercraft. I have the one for our Civic, and if you contact them they should be able to say if a verification of design is in-process or test the Civic one. Worth an email or call.
I can confirm that my old 2017 civic exl weathertech shade fits almost seamlessly into the windshield of my new 2019 insight touring with just a bit of gap around the camera unit at the top (that wasn't on the 2017 civic). I'd imagine the civic touring shade may match the insight touring, but I can't confirm that.According to the Weathertech website the part number for the Civic Techshade is the same as the Insight. TS0960
I don't have much sun shade experience yet, having purchased in fall. But you're right about NOT allowing the sun shade to cover the camera housing. The manual calls out this warning in a few places, due to the risk of concentrated heat.I also would like a sunshade before summer arrives. The manual warns that the camera can be affected by the heat and to park it in the shade if possible. Would a sunshade affect this either positive or negative? My old Civic sunshade fits somewhat, but I am afraid that it will cover the camera and thus reflect too much sun and heat on the device. Has anyone approached a dealer with this question? Does the WeatherTech fit around the camera?
I like the tinted look, but like hasarad, I live in NJ, so some kinds of tints are illegal. I wouldn't enjoy having only partial tint. It would look odd.
I've also never had tinted windows. Do they reduce visibility, or do they somehow only magically reflect UV light and leave visible light alone?
For a brief time, I was putting my sunshade on the windshield to prevent UV from hitting the interior, but I stopped doing that when it got cold. If you remote start and have the sunshade up, then the hot air from the front vents just hits the shade, and you don't get good defrosting.
I have never had window tint on my cars but I kind of want them for the Insight due to the all black interior for the summer. The only thing stopping me right now is what happens when I travel to a state with different window tint laws from my home state. For example, NH is the same as NJ with no front driver/passenger window tint, but in MA it is allowed.I plan on having the rear windows (rear doors and rear window) heavily tinted in the spring. I park under cover both at home and at work, so the front windscreen is less of an issue. If I could, I'd have the front door windows tinted as well, but I live in New Jersey, so it's not legal. :sad: