Has anyone seemed to notice how the interior of a 2nd generation Intrepid gets extremely warm on a hot summer day? I mean all cars get warm inside when the sun is beating down on the car but my Intrepid seems to be like an oven more so than any other car I've ever owned. I'm wondering if this is because of the large surface area of the windshield. It certainly is a big piece of glass that will allow tons of sunlight in, not to mention the angle of it is probably on a 35 degree angle. My car is also black so I'm sure that makes a difference as well. Do those sunvisor thingys that you put in the front of the windshield make a huge difference or what?