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1993 Mazda Miata/MX-5 Car Covers

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Compact, great UV protection, must be secured.

Reviewed By Adrian H (PORT ANGELES, WA) Reviewed for a 1993 Mazda Miata/MX-5 —4/21/2017 10:53 AM

Looks very sharp. Lightweight yet solidly constructed. Must be tied to itself or it will blow off (or be taken). I'm glad I have it in my trunk for when it's needed. Not cheap, but cheaper than the alternative...

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comes in handy as a mild deterrent and sunblock

Reviewed By Adrian H (PORT ANGELES, WA) Reviewed for a 1993 Mazda Miata/MX-5 —4/21/2017 10:48 AM

Great quality, a little bit of a hassle (but not too bad), looks very clean. Besides being a slight deterrent to opportunistic pilferers, it keeps the harmful UVs off my interior. Worthwhile.

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Reviewed By Keith K (Los Angeles, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Mazda Miata/MX-5 —7/8/2012 11:51 AM

Shipped promptly (much faster than original estimate), proper cover sent the first time (more than I can say for my recent adventure with the competition). Compared with the Coverking Stormproof (the outdoor cover with which I have 5 or 6 years of experience on other vehicles in an outdoor cover), this cover is heavier, bulkier, therefore a bit harder to put on and take off, and I doubt I shall be able to wash it in my home machine. It also seems to fit a bit looser, and arguably does not look as good. Appearance is pretty unimportant to me, however: protection and durability are the order of the day. However, the Covercraft seems to provide a better dust barrier, and my guess is it will hold up a bit better in my mild So Cal climate. No experience yet with handling it in the wet. Suspect it will provide a better wet barrier than the Stormproof but will be more difficult to handle. Both covers seem to be well constructed (double-stitched seams, etc.) This is my first foray into Covercraft products. I'm a long time Coverking client, but had an unresolved customer service issue with them before I ordered this cover, and just got fed up. The true test of a company is how they treat their clients when something is wrong. Coverking flunked the test. I'll be a Covercraft guy for the foreseeable future despite the fact that I liked Coverking products a great deal.

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