Coverking Molded Dash Cover Customer Reviews
329 Customer Reviews
Keep your dashboard from fading, cracking and creating a harmful glare, while enhancing the look of your interior with the Coverking Molded Dash Cover. Custom formed to the exact shape of your dashboard including cutouts for airbags and sensors, the Coverking Molded Dash Cover's unique design delivers a better look, maximum protection and a longer product life.
The stylish appearance of this Coverking dashboard cover is ideal for keeping your dash looking sharp, or covering up cracks and sun spots that already exist. Available in a variety of fade resistant colors, the Coverking dash cover easily highlights or matches your vehicle's interior.
Unlike other dashboard covers, the Coverking Molded Dash Cover is constructed using a zigzag stitch. The zigzag stitch acts as a hinge, allowing the dashboard cover to contour the surface of your dashboard. Its perfectly molded shape means the Coverking Molded Dash Cover doesn't lift up, curl on the ends or slide off. Plus, your Coverking dash cover is gauranteed not to warp, shrink or curl and is backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
329 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Brian N (FALLS VILLAGE, CT) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford Edge — Aug 25, 2014 2:25 AM
I purchased my dash cover for a 2008 Ford Edge. When it arrived, the cut out for the defroster and light sensor were not properly placed. I made some adjustment but felt like for the money it should been "perfect." it has been on the dash for over a week now and still doesn't lay flat in some spots.
Reviewed by fred B (Los Angeles, CA) — Aug 16, 2014 10:48 PM
I ordered two dash covers for two different vehicles. One cover was cut neatly the other was cut sloppy and and vent cutout was cut crooked....so was the air bag slit which was cut like this ( instead of straight across. Everything else regarding the fit and cut was excellent.
Reviewed by Andrew K (Albany, OR) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Aug 10, 2014 3:20 PM
First, it was not molded, it came in a box folded up with creases in the material and had to be laid flat before I attempted to install. Secondly, I almost sent it back because of the way it looked, not good. But that was too much of a hassle, so far. I decided to give it a try and see if the creases would lay flat. Have not yet. That is where I am at now. I thought molded meant just that. Not up to AotoAnything standards. Very disappointing. Andy K.
Reviewed by Steven C (SPOKANE VALLEY, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Silverado — Aug 06, 2014 9:57 PM
I assumed when I bought the cover it would be a bit more molded. It is still limp and doesn't really conform as well as I expected. It has been installed for 3 weeks and still has not completely "Molded" to the dash, which was slated to take "A few days" in the instructions.. I had to add several additional pieces of Velcro to obtain a decent, but marginal fit. Overall quality of fabric is fine, but if I had purchased locally, I would have returned it.