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Well nice weather prompted me to get these fitted. Needs to be warm as they use 3M tape to hold in place. So a clean down of surface with isopropyl alcohol, then warmed surface up with hairdryer, before sticking the deflectors on (they had been in front room in the sun, so were nice & warm)
Had them on my Stonic (2.5 years. No hint of coming off) and really helped not getting wet when window wound down & kept wind noise down.
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Bring it down a good bit when you have windows down a bit to keep dogs cool.

As to normal driving did not noticed any increase on Stonic, with windows shut. So expect the same with the Niro.
 

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I've fitted the Heki ones to the front windows of my Niro and have found them excellent, and haven't noticed any increase in wind noise.
 

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I've never considered these, which is odd as I like to drive as often as I can with the window (I really miss having a sunroof). Fortunately on the JD Proceed the B pillar is quite some way behind my driving position so the noise that generates isn't right next to my ear. That said, on longer trips I have been know to put in a single earplug! It would be nice though not to have to pit the window up when it rains. And would definitely consider if I ever go back to a four/five door car.
 
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