|Pros:||Can fold down when the top is up|
|Cons:||Hard to install|
This windscreen design is available for the same price as the old windscreen–$259.95. It is significantly harder to install than the old design, but has the advantage of being able to fold down even when the top is up. Unless you feel very handy, I recommend letting your local dealer install it (that’s what I did).
The windscreen in the recommended driving position–tilted slightly forward.
A close-up of where the windscreen mounts into the plastic.
The windscreen has three folded-back positions. Here is the first–tilted back slightly.
This is folded almost all the way down–the recommend position if you use the soft boot.
Folded all the way down–the windscreen can also fold to this position when the top is up.
Here’s how to get to the storage compartment–see those two things in the middle of the windscreen? You squeeze them together and the bottom of the windscreen releases from the side supports.
Then, you can pull the top of the windscreen toward you, which swings the bottom of it up and away from the storage lid.
When the windscreen is tilted so it is parallel to the storage lid, you can easily open the lid and access the contents of the compartment.