Covercraft Cargo Area Liner Customer Reviews
34 Customer Reviews
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Your SUV faces a constant barrage of loading and unloading. And, all those toys, tools, groceries, gardening supplies and who-knows-what-else can make any cargo area look more like Area 51. So, protect your cargo area from everyday damage (and government cover-ups) with a Covercraft Cargo Area Liner.
Covering your cargo area is just the beginning—the Covercraft Cargo Liner also blocks the back of your rear seats. In fact, it attaches right to your rear seat headrests. And, to keep the dirtiest dirt and the wettest water at bay, your Covercraft cargo cover is crafted from waterproof, urethane-coated polyester fabric.
Made specifically for your vehicle's cargo hold, the Cargo Are Liner boasts a perfect fit. Rugged, integrated tie-downs secure the liner to factory D-rings, so install and removal is a cinch. And, Covercraft backs your Cargo Area Liner with a 90-day warranty.
34 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by CATHERINE B (Jacksonville, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 BMW 3-Series — Jul 15, 2014 6:27 AM
It's okay I really thought it would fit better. The best part about it is the tail gate flap. When I put the larger side down the split isn't quite right so my other seat is pulled over and is not covered. But for the most part it does the job.
Reviewed by Chelsea V (VACAVILLE, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Jeep Wrangler — Jun 27, 2014 8:57 AM
In the photo, the cover looks secure and includes the headrest covers. My cover did not have the headrest covers and was supposed to come with tie downs for all the cargo hooks in my jeep. It only came with 2 at the base of the seat! I had to improvise and use my own velcro to secure it! The cober is too big also. My huge dog doesnt slip everywhere though as others have posted. Would not repurchase.
Reviewed by Clint C (Charleston, SC) Reviewed for a 2013 Nissan Rogue — Feb 21, 2014 5:23 AM
Fits like a glove. With three dogs I needed something that would save the upholstery from hair, drool, and the dreaded car sickness...I'm looking at you Leo. Haven't had a chance to field test it yet, but it's sturdy material and blends in perfectly. The only drawback is how slick it is. If groceries could get car sick they surely would riding on top of this liner.
Reviewed by Diana W (ARLINGTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2010 Subaru Forester — Feb 11, 2014 8:19 AM
I wanted a protective cover for my cargo area and the seats. I already have a cover for the front of the seats, but wanted something better than the hard plastic liner I got with the car. This is just what I wanted.