Reviewed By Steven M (GLENDALE, AZ) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Sonic —7/4/2015 9:40 AM
Custom fit to the car's body, easy to put on and take off, stays on snug even in a good breeze/windy. Overall extremely happy.
Reviewed By Charles S (Santa Barbara, CA) Reviewed for a 2006 Jaguar XJ —7/3/2015 8:08 PM
The cover is light, and therefore easy to roll on and off. It is a customized fit, so it comes down farther than the standard fit and covers all of the car. The mirror pockets help anchor the cover in high winds. The ocean marine layer moisture sets on the outside of the cover, and does not go through to the paint.
Reviewed By Larry D (Elgin, SC) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Challenger —7/3/2015 10:22 AM
Cover is very lightweight. Water beads up and rolls off, keeps car dry and clean. Material is silk-like, slips around when installing cover. Needs more elastic at the bottom as strong wind lifts it off the car.
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