Can you please explain why most SUVS have tinted rear windows, but with the front windows having no tint at all? Who thought of this? Why is it considered attractive or practical? Maybe there are reasons like: most of the time children are in the back and it’s actually smash-and-grab protection?
I’m sorry for sounding miserable, but I couldn’t help noticing the BMW on page 44 of the December issue 2017 with the same look. Maybe I’ll write to you again in three years’ time telling you how brilliant it is having your back windows darker for the kids and stuff.
I love cars and I still have my rst issue CAR magazine bought in 1987. MANIE NIEUWENHUIS By email
[There are a couple of reasons, Manie. Yes, security is one, but most importantly the law stipulates the percentage of tint on the windscreen and front-side windows so that the driver has clear visibility. Rear windows can be darker – editor.]