Milenco Aero 3 XXL Mirror

Milenco Aero 3 XL Mirror

The Aero Extra Wide Mirrors and Grand Aero Extra Wide Mirrors are the same as the Aero 3 Mirrors and the Grand Aero 3 Mirrors, except for having longer arms for wider caravans, RV's or travel trailers, the Extra Wide Mirrors are only available in convex.

Aero Extra Wide Mirrors Convex (standard glass)

Product Code: 2899

The Extra Wide Arms are available to purchase separately:

Aero Extra Wide Arms
Product Code: 2462

The arm is approximately 41cm, as opposed to the Aero standard arm of 31cm.

This enables you to have a better field of view particularly when you have a narrow car and a wide caravan.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • I have a BMW X3 2018, how do i fit my mirrors.

    The BMW X3 Mirror is a particularly difficult mirror to fit to. It is also extremely fragile. Do Not Overtighten the clamps. We understand BMW are aware of the issue.

    We actually have three solutions.

    1. To use the F Pad our part number 4664 and mount on the top of the mirror housing.

    2. Replace the Aero Mirror Clamps with Falcon Mirror Clamps 4220 and mount on the bottom of the mirror housing, taking care to ensure that the clamp is fully inserted and that the clamp pad is at least 3/4 of the way past the ridge which is underneath the mirror, when tightening.

    3. You can purchase our Falcon Mirrors part number 3988.

  • Will the Aero 3 Mirrors fit my Vehicle

    These Aero 3 Mirrors are engineered to fit all current (post 1995 - 2018) cars, 4x4's and vans.

    The only exceptions, where you will be required to purchase additional pads are as follows :

    Aero V Pads

    The Aero V Pads have a lip on them in order for them to fit on cars like the 2010 onwards Kia Sorento.

    Product Code: 3186

    Aero F Pads

    The Aero F Pads have twin grooves for enhanced grip on typically VW group cars (Audi, Seat and Skoda) post 2013.

    For the Vauxhall/Opel Astra 2016 models use the Aero 3 Mirrors and F Pads.

    Product code: 4664

    To purchase our Mirror spares see our online retailers.

    Aero LR Pads

    The Aero LR Pads fit all 2014 onwards Land Rover Discovery and Range Rover.

    They give an enhanced grip by keying in to the gap on the vehicle mirror (see images for fitment)

    Product Code: 4466

    Please note: that Aero 1 and Aero 2 were only engineered to fit vehicles available at the time of sale.

    Aero 1 will fit most vehicles made up to 2010

    Aero 2 will fit most vehicles made up to 2015

  • Where can I purchase Milenco products?

    You can purchase Milenco products from any of the online retailers listed on our website, click on your country flag or email for your local stockist, please advise us of the County / Country you reside in.

  • Where can I buy spares for my mirrors?

    They are available to buy from all caravan dealerships that stock Milenco products, please see a list of online retailers.

  • What mirrors are suitable for my vehicle?

    All our Aero 3 and Grand Aero 3 Mirrors have been tried and tested and will fit all vehicles at the time of writing (18/04/2016). 

    Over the years the Aero Mirrors have been continuously updated to fit new vehicles as they are launched.  For example the 2016 version of Aero Mirrors now fit the 2016 Range Rovers, Land Rovers and all BMW.

    Please see our Modification list on Aero 2 Mirrors which gives you a list of vehicles which may need modifying when using the Aero 2 Mirrors. updated on November 2014.

The Law (Applicable Europe, Australia and USA)

This is a simple explanation. This is not a fully comprehensive explanation of the law for every country.

If your caravan is wider than your car, it is a legal requirement that you fit additional e-marked mirrors on both sides. In Europe and Australia, you must be able to see 4 metres out from either side of the caravan or trailer 20 metres behind the driver. In America you must be able to see 2.4 metres out from either side of the caravan or trailer, 10.7 metres behind the driver. Effectively both standards specifying the field of view are very similar and just describe it in different ways. What is common to the standard is it specifies a field view from a straight line parallel behind the caravan, or in other words you must be able to see down the side of the caravan. The simplest way to ensure you are legal is to ensure your Mirrors are wider than the caravan, so if you look from behind the caravan ensure you can see both mirrors sticking out.

Like the slogan says "if you can't see my mirrors, I can't see you" (and you are breaking the law).

If your car is fitted with door mirrors approved to UN46.2,46.3, or 46.4 (ADR14.2) was a new car after 26th January 2007, your towing mirrors may project up to 25 cm beyond the widest point of the caravan. For older cars, your mirrors may project up to 20cm.

Should I have Flat or Convex Mirror’s ?

Worldwide Milenco sell more convex than flat Mirrors.

In the UK there is an historical preference for buying Flat Mirrors as against Convex. We believe this date’s back to the time, when other mirror’s which were convex severely distorted the rear view, as to make distance judgement impossible.

Milenco Convex Mirror’s have typically the same radius as 95% of car door mirror’s, they will give you the same field of view as you are used to when driving or reversing.

Flat Mirror’s will give a smaller field of view, than your car mirrors.

Whichever Milenco Mirror you choose you will be getting the best quality and the best field of view possible, but if you ask us our opinion which is better, we would say convex

Milenco mirrors have won every test of Mirrors globally since the mid 90’s, every Milenco mirror that has won these tests, has been convex.