The old Jeep Grand Wagoneer has a rear window. Toyota Tundra and Sequoia also have it.
Rear window Lets the outside in. With the Tundra’s unique electrically accessible vertical window, you can fully lower the rear window with the push of a button.
The good news is that you can program the remote to lower all 4 windows (and the sunroof) by holding down the unlock button. If you put the key in the door and hold the button down, everything rolls up.
4Runner Sequoia Tundra 55Series Land Cruiser roll-up rear window. This is particularly unique to the Tundra, the only pickup currently on the market with a rear-wheel window, which gives it a rather unique look when the window is down.
SUVs have opened the rear windows, wipers and rear window defrosters since the SUVs were produced. You should have opened the rear window on the edge. It is not stupid.
With the Highlander it is impossible to drive with the rear window open.
Press and hold the left button to slide the window and unlock the doors. Hold the key on the right to roll up the window and close the doors. It is very convenient to be able to lower the window from the rear of the truck.
But then the rear window looked normal. He had the Jeep Cherokee, he had the Grand Cherokee, he had the Ford Explorer and so on. Now everything is gone. Ford Escape offered a separate glass opening until it was redesigned in 2013.