Coverking Suede Dash Cover Customer Reviews
79 Customer Reviews
Any cowboy will tell you: if you want your trail gear to survive a cattle drive, it better be made from leather. Any other fabric just won't survive the daily punishment of the harsh environment, especially the blistering sunshine. Coverking agrees. That's why they developed a line of premium dash mats from the next best thing to leather—the Coverking Suede Dash Cover.
Custom sized for a perfect fit on your dashboard, the Coverking Suede Dash Cover shields your vulnerable interior from cracking, fading and warping from UV rays. And, it does so in true rugged style because it's constructed from faux suede fabric. Not only is the Coverking dash cover easy on the eyes, but it also helps beat the heat on hot afternoon commutes and cuts glare when you're riding off into the sunset.
Whether you like the dark look of midnight black or the light air of tan, the Coverking Suede Dash Cover comes in an array of universal colors to match or accent your interior. Plus, it installs nice and easy with hook and loop straps, and is backed by a 30-day warranty.
79 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by William K (Greenacres, FL) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Prius — Oct 24, 2014 3:39 AM
Perfect fit and great look and feel! I would recommend the black or charcoal for added eye protection from the sun. Works just like the black stuff football players put under their eyes to stop glare!
Reviewed by jim e (Sugar Land, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Tahoe — Oct 08, 2014 6:48 AM
THis cheap, flimsy piece of material was poor fitting. THey give you a few strips of velcro to stick to your dashboard which does stick...for about 2 days. I wadded it up and threw the thing in the trash.
Reviewed by ROBERT S (MELBOURNE BEACH, FL) Reviewed for a 2005 Hyundai Accent — Jul 11, 2014 8:59 PM
The mat is good. Comes with pre-positioned sewn velcro points. However, there are three problems. They provide (1) way too little velcro, (2) too few alcohol pads to clean the velcro install points, and (3) too few sewn velcro points. You will need to bring your own rubbing alcohol and velcro to the party. Why is the manufacturer so cheap? It would cost them very little to do the job right.
Reviewed by Matthew M (SAN JOSE, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Infiniti FX45 — Mar 14, 2014 3:22 PM
Horrific fit, materials and craftsmanship. Was like it was made be a five year old. Poor pattern, stitching and loose threads. I have cover king seat cover on my dodge truck and I like them so I was expecting way for from them for this dash cover. Put it on my dash for about a second and the just threw it away. Wasn't even worth the hustle of returning it. Not even think of buying this product.