Honda Civic Windshield Replacement Cost

Honda Civic is an absolute classic and everyone’s go-to choice for a car that’s both stylish and functional. Since the first release of the Civic series by Honda back in the early ‘70s, the model’s been synonymous with confidence and endurance, regardless of weather or road conditions. As mighty and durable as it is, though, the Civic can’t guarantee a full protection from auto glass damage. When a rock chip happens or severe weather damages the windshield, you shouldn’t wait for damage to become a danger. 

I know how stressful and annoying it can be to deal with unexpected car-related issues, especially when you’re on a budget or have absolutely no idea how much money it’s going to cost you. Don’t worry, though; I’m here to help you!

To get the most accurate data of real-life windshield replacement prices, I went directly to the source – auto shops in different cities. I called several auto shops and asked them what’s the price for this type of service. Now, I can’t call all the cities in the United States, but I think you’ll still get a pretty good picture of how much a Honda Civic windshield replacement will cost near you. Not just that, but the data you’ll find here will also help you estimate the price based on the year of your Honda Civic. You will also learn some other factors that may impact the windshield replacement cost. Let’s go!

Replacement Cost – Factors

The two most important factors that influence a windshield replacement cost is make and model of the vehicle. Certain vehicles are more expensive to care for, as are certain vehicles within the same brand or line of vehicles. Although make and model are the two most important factors to consider, they are not the only ones. I’ve written all about windshield replacement cost variables in my previous article, but here’s a brief overview:

  • Model: The make and model of your vehicle largely determine how much a windshield replacement costs. Older models tend to be more affordable because there are more resources available.
  • Location: Where you live will help to set the market price and reflect the competition.
  • Auto Shop: Individual shops set their own prices. Family-owned operations are sometimes more expensive upfront, but you can get more deals, discounts, and better service than chain locations.
  • Windshield Manufacturer: You will have to pay for the windshield itself. The manufacturer you select will determine this price.
  • Labor Costs: In addition to the windshield itself, you will have to pay for labor. The difficulty in replacing the windshield will determine labor costs.
  • Special Features: If you select a windshield with special features, you may end up paying more for both the windshield itself and labor costs.
  • Insurance: Your insurance policy can help lower the bill.

Honda Civic Windshield Replacement Cost

The good news is that replacing the windshield of your Honda Civic won’t cost you an arm and a leg, compared to other car brands. On average, replacing the windshield of your Honda Civic will cost you between $500 and $1000. It all depends on your model, of course, as the newer your model is, the more expensive the replacement will cost you (between $800-$1000). For older models, the price goes below $500. Go through all the findings of my Honda Civic windshield replacement research to see how things look for your model.

2021 Honda Civic

The 2021 Honda Civic model is the newest one, and it was a little bit hard for me to get an exact quote from an auto shop. After all, it’s a model from last year, and most mechanics haven’t even worked on it yet, let alone tell me how much it’s going to cost to replace its windshield. They gave me an estimated price of $321 for all Honda Civic models, nevertheless.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Fremont, CAAll Star Glass$321.78

2020 Honda Civic

Similarly to the 2021 Honda Civic, not all auto shops were willing to give quotes just yet. It’s not like they were being secretive; it’s just that with newer models, they can’t be sure. The latest Civic models have advanced driver assistance systems like the Lane Keeping Assistant and the Collision Mitigation Braking System, dependent on proper auto glass installation. This means that not every mechanic can just go ahead and replace your windshield for a couple of hundred dollars.

Speaking of fancy car system components, don’t get surprised when you see the prices below. The average windshield replacement price for a 2020 Honda Civic is around $1000. Auto shops in Minneapolis, MN, Snohomish, WA, and Colorado Springs, CO were kind enough to let me know. 

Location Auto ShopAverage Price
Fremont, CAAffordable Auto GlassNo quote, but services offered 
Houston, TXBinswanger GlassNo quote, but services offered
Minneapolis, MNRapid Glass$947.01
Snohomish, WASafelite Auto Glass$979.58
Colorado Springs, COService Auto Glass$797.60

2018-2019 Honda Civic

With the 2018 and 2019 Honda Civic models, things are starting to look a little different, as you will see in the table below. On average, it’s going to cost you a little over $700 to replace the windshield on your 2018 or 2019 Honda Civic. Both models are still relatively new to the market and have modern windshield technologies, which is reflected in the price. 

The most expensive price was offered from an auto shop in Snohomish, WA. On the other hand, California yet again won the most affordable price contest. See other examples right here: 

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Fremont, CAAll Star Glass$321.78
Houston, TXAACE Auto Glass$485.00
Minneapolis, MNRapid Glass$947.01
Snohomish, WASafelite Auto Glass$979.58
Colorado Springs, COService Auto Glass$797.60

2016-2017 Honda Civic

The windshield replacement situation for the 2016 and 2017 Honda Civic is pretty similar to the 2018 and 2019 models. On average, prepare around $700 for windshield replacement. Washington is where I found the most expensive price – over $1100. On the other hand, my research showed me that in locations like Fremont, CA, you could have the windshield of your 2016 or 2017 Honda Civic replaced for a little over $300. 

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Fremont, CAAll Star Glass$321.78
Houston, TXAACE Auto Glass$485.00
Minneapolis, MNRapid Glass$947.01
Snohomish, WASafelite Auto Glass$1167.25
Colorado Springs, COService Auto Glass$797.60

2015 Honda Civic

As we go back in time, we see a significant (and natural) drop in windshield replacement costs. For the 2015 Honda Civic model, most places have prices under $500. In Minneapolis, MN, however, the price was on the higher side – around $900. 

See other windshield replacement prices for 2015 Honda Civic in different cities.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Fremont, CAAll Star Glass$369.96
Houston, TXWindshield Hub$317.91
Minneapolis, MNRapid Glass$901.25
Snohomish, WASafelite Auto Glass$526.17
Colorado Springs, COService Auto Glass$333.31

2013 Honda Civic

The cost of a windshield replacement on a 2013 Honda Civic is near identical to the 2015 model. However, the situation looked slightly different in cities like Houston, TX, so I decided to separate both models. 

Ultimately, you have to prepare around $500, on average, to replace the windshield of your 2013 Honda Civic. See the table below for more examples in various cities. 

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Fremont, CAAll Star Glass$369.96
Houston, TXAACE Auto Glass$365.00
Minneapolis, MNRapid Glass$901.25
Snohomish, WASafelite Auto Glass$526.17
Colorado Springs, COService Auto Glass$333.31

2008 Honda Civic

The price for 2008 Honda Civic windshield replacement drops even further, though it isn’t drastically cheaper than the 2013 model. According to my research in Colorado Springs, CO and Houston, TX, you can have the windshield of your 2008 Honda Civic replaced for around $350. In Minneapolis, MN, things are (again) on the expensive side with a price a little over $800.

See other examples of prices below:

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Fremont, CAAll Star Glass$358.68
Houston, TXWindshield Hub$257.99
Minneapolis, MNRapid Glass$807.42
Snohomish, WASafelite Auto Glass$487.89
Colorado Springs, COService Auto Glass$333.31

2002 Honda Civic

If you have a 2002 Honda Civic, it’s going to cost you around $300 to get its windshield replaced, making it the model with the least high price for this service. Of course, it all depends on location so let me sum my findings up for you. In Colorado, the price was just a little over $300. In Washington and Minnesota, however, the cost can go up to $450-$500.

See other examples of windshield replacement prices for a 2022 Honda Civic here in the table.

LocationAuto ShopAverage Price
Fremont, CAAll Star Glass$308.37
Houston, TXWindshield Hub$258.74
Minneapolis, MNRapid Glass$560.25
Snohomish, WASafelite Auto Glass$455.94
Colorado Springs, COService Auto Glass$315.04

Conclusion

To sum things up, things aren’t looking that bad for Honda Civic owners who must get their windshield replaced. Of course, as you saw, it all depends on factors like location, auto shop, and the model. However, on average, $400-$500 should get you there (including labor, ordering the new windshield, installation, etc.)

I hope you got a better understanding of windshield replacement costs in general as well. If you want to know how to take proper care of your windshield and save yourself from spending money, see my windshield care and cleaning article

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