Not my 2016. I think it's still the stock windshield and at night, if I shine a bright light on it, "My God, it's full of stars" tiny points that indicate a rock hit but didn't make a big chip. It's GREAT glass.
Omg a couple weeks after I got my 17 scat I had a bad rock chip...then when I got my hellcat, wouldn't you know I had another bad rock chip. I don't know what's up with these windshields but they don't hold up like I remember!
Since I started daily driving mine it’s chipped all over. I just learned to live with it since we have a lot of construction by us at the moment. I don’t want to mess with a replacement just yet but compared to our Alfa and BMW it chips a lot easier.
I just have Safelite come and fill the chip in with glue and then you can barely see it. Insurance pays for it.
Also, I'm not sure it's a function of window hardness versus softness. A soft window might absorb a hit better and not shatter as opposed to a harder window. Glass thickness might be the more important variable. Or the tempering. Or the layers and types of glass in the windshield.
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