Reviewed By Alice I (Cedar Grove, NJ) Reviewed for a 2000 Mercury Cougar —11/17/2017 7:53 AM
So far, so good. Does a good job of protecting the car against the elements
Reviewed By Jeffrey K (Wantagh, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Mustang —11/16/2017 1:44 PM
I was concerned when I read some reviews about fitment. However, the cover fit perfectly. It also comes down low on the car and stays in place during high winds. I have added tie downs under the car which I recommend anyway. There is a nice soft inner liner contrary to the one in the cover that came with the vehicle. Time will tell about durability and water proof capabilities. Small complaint-the stock cover has a sleeve for the antenna. This one has a grommet and hole where water can get in
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