Reviewed By Leo S (JAMESVILLE, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Corvette —4/3/2016 6:04 PM
Fits and looks as expected for a custom car cover that costs more than $200. Too soon to tell how it will hold up, but it should.
Reviewed By Donald M (South Plainfield, NJ) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Corvette —7/9/2014 6:06 AM
This is my second Covercraft Weathershield,the first was an HDand this one is an HP so I knew exactly what I was getting into. The only difference between the two is the HD is a bit heavier and the interior of the cover is not quite as smooth as the HP and of course the HD cost is much higher. Both cover do exactly what I wanted,they shed rain very,very well. I would have rated the HP 5 stars across the board if it weren't for the exorbitant price but I feel it's worth it.
Reviewed By Shirl D (Dover, NJ) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Corvette —8/10/2011 6:03 AM
The Evolution cover comes shipped in a box sort of rolled up. You have to put it on the center of the roof and go from there to unroll it the first time out. It is somewhat stiff, but very water resistant. It will soften up nicely over time with use. It's a good-looking cover. Takes a bit to dry out if you get a heavy rain storm, but the car is usually very clean underneath and only needs a quick wipe on the windshield/body. It leaves about 2-3" of my wheels showing at the bottom (wish it covered the entire wheels). It's close, but not quite. I had a Noah before this and it was excellent also and similar. I don't see a difference really in the material or quality. The Evolution was a little less money. It is also a tad larger and covers the car better which is GREAT. I would highly recommend this cover if you keep your car outside. Mine is a summer/nice weather car (Camaro Covertible), so it is garaged the rest of the year. But it does see a bit of rain. This is a great cover for indoors also, because the thick material will protect the car from damage. I'm very satisfied with this cover and would definately buy another. Glad I chose this one.