Coverking Coverbond 5 Car Cover Customer Reviews
21 Customer Reviews
When you need heavy-duty protection, the Coverking Coverbond 5 Car Cover is it. This 5-layer cover works hard to keep out rain, animal droppings and dirt. And, its ultra-thick material guards against nicks and dings like no other Coverking car cover can.
This Coverking car cover is double-stitched with the fewest seams possible for a stellar custom fit that doesn't let rain water leak in. Its neoprene elastic front and rear tensioners hold tight while protected grommets leave room for an optional cable and lock kit. Plus, the Coverbond 5 employs Coverking’s softest inner layer that guards your finish from scratches.
The Coverking Coverbond 5 Car Cover is ideal for moderate and rainy weather conditions. Because of its bulk, this cover is not recommended for daily use, and SUV owners should consider this cover’s size and weight before ordering. Backed by a 1-year warranty.
Our 10+ Coverking Coverbond 5 Car Cover customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
21 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Matthew M (Warner Robins, GA) Reviewed for a 1990 Ford Mustang — Mar 31, 2013 12:50 PM
The cover fits my 90 mustang GT very good. One side view mirror did not fit as well as other but with a little work all is good. Only about 2" on bottom of tires show. Good snug fit. Quality feels good, but have only had a short time. Hope it holds up well
Reviewed by Thomas H (SAN JOSE, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Acura TSX — Sep 12, 2012 11:44 AM
Looks great, and fits perfectly: which makes it easy in put on and take off. If your looking for an excellent car cover, you'll be hard pressed to find a better product, or a better company than AutoAnything.
Reviewed by Matt C (Stuart, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tundra — Jul 10, 2012 7:37 AM
The cover fits well except for one little detail: the passenger side rearview mirror cover was sewed in the wrong place! It's 10-12 inches too far forward. Once the antenna is in its proper place, there's no way for the mirror cover to reach the mirror, so that part of it is basically useless. It just hangs there. It's pretty frustrating, considering how expensive this cover is.
Reviewed by Denis V (Pacific Grove, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Hyundai Sonata — Feb 29, 2012 1:44 PM
The Coverking Coverbond 5 Car Cover is one sturdy car cover. It kept the car dry in a light rain, and I'm hoping heavier rain will not affect this. It is getting a little more flexible with use, but the density makes it take a larger part of the trunk than lighter weight ones do. I wouldn't recommend it for a Miata, for example. For my 2012 Hyundai Sonata, it's just great. I have a carport.
Reviewed by Dale M (Kapolei, HI) Reviewed for a 1998 Chevy S10 Pickup — Feb 24, 2012 4:17 PM
The Coverbond 5 cover has been on my Chevy S10 Ext Cab 4x4 ZR2 Pick-up for over 2 months now. The cover has stood up to every type of weather the Hawaiian skies have thrown at it so far. Intense sun, monsoon rain, and 40+ MPH wind gusts along with the continuous 20+ MPH Tradewinds at my house. The cover has not blown off even partially, the elastic at all 4 corners keeps the cover snug front and rear (I put a bungy cord between the side lock grommets as added wind protection). The mirror pockets help hold the cover on and also fit perfectly. The trucks stays completely dry under the cover even after heavy rains. The underside of the cover has a soft layer like the consistency of a paper towel, not as soft as flannel. That is OK as this is not a show truck, the cover is to protect the truck interior & paint while it is parked in long term outdoor storage. The cover is bulky, but not overly so, and the bulk helps keep it in place in the wind with minimal flapping. When not in use I put it inside the bed under the bed cover. If you needed to fold it up neatly everyday to drive the vehicle, that would be a bit of a chore. Since I have a hard bed cover, the rear bottom edge of the Coverbond 5 cover just barely goes over the center edge of the back bumper. It fits fine in the front over my high profile countored Bug Shield. For the first month, the cover was "off-gassing" during hot sun, giving off a strong "new car" type smell. It is holding up very well in the Hawaiian sun. A great heavy duty cover for outdoor vehicle protection while being stored or not driven regularly. It is well made and still looks brand new. There are only 4 seams that run front to back, and those are quadruple stitched. The side / center lock grommets are covered on both sides by material and the actually attached to a separate flap of material inside a hidden pocket - nice quality touch! There is not a grommet for the antenna (nor one included to make your own antenna pass thru) so I just unscrewed my antenna and leave i
Reviewed by Gregory H (Indianapolis, IN) — Jan 23, 2012 7:04 AM
This Cover Is Very Nice! It Looks Good We Had Rain & Snow My bimmer was Bone Dry. It Even Looks Like A Very Expensive Cover, My Wife And I Are Very Pleased We WILL Probably Be Purchasing. Another One For Our Cadillac ~Thank You Auto Anything ~
Reviewed by Albert D (Giddings, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser — Dec 05, 2011 1:29 PM
Great cover for the price. Heavy material and fits really well. The only problem is the stitching where the mirror pockets are is coming apart in one place. It was like this when I took it out of the box. Not really worth returning it and I will keep a close eye on it and make sure it does not get any worse. Overall very happy.
Reviewed by ARTHUR M (NORTH BERGEN, NJ) Reviewed for a 1987 Porsche 911 — Nov 27, 2011 12:50 PM
I rate the Coverking Coverbond 5 car cover as "Good" because it performs as discribed when new. Hovever, the pattern was cut shorter in lengh and the cover doesn't reach the bottom of the tires. My expense wheels are half exposed to the element. Unlike other car covers that cover the entire wheels even the bottom of the tires. If this cover added 4 to 6 inches to the bottom; I would rated the coverbond 5 as "excellent". As for durablity; it's to soon to rate only 1 months old. I currently own two other custom made exterior covers (from another vendor) that are 10 years old and still going strong. Art - NJ
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Asked by Andrew C
Jul 26, 2012 7:22 AM
2008 Ford F-150
This will protect against hail?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jul 27, 2012 12:23 PM
It's going to depend on the size of the hail. Any hail that would normally dent the surface of a vehicle will do some damage regardless of what cover is used. Hail the size of a spec might be repelled, but golfball sized hail will still do some damage.flag Accept Answer
Asked by james l.
May 27, 2012 6:28 PM
2005 Honda Accord
It is somewhat bewildering trying to decide what would be the best cover for my 05 Honda Accord. There are so many different products with so many different claims. How does one decide? I live in the Northeast (Pennsylvania) and we are subjected to a variety of weather conditions including heavy rain, humidity. freezing temperature and varying amounts of snow. I would like a good quality cover which will keep my car dry in all types of weather. I am also interested in a soft interior so as not to scratch the paint. Any ideas?