Dash Designs Velour Rear Deck Covers Customer Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
Bring a touch of class to your interior and beat the heat, fading and glare that batters your rear deck with the Dash Designs Velour Rear Deck Cover. Custom-fit to hug your vehicle’s rear deck, the Velour Deck Cover puts an end to the UV assault your rear deck is forced to contend with.
The Dash Designs Rear Deck Cover not only renews the look and feel of a battle-worn rear deck, the 3-layer Tritex-velour fabric protects your new deck from certain death. Plus, the rich velour brings a well-appointed touch to your interior. And, when paired with a Dash Designs Dash Cover, you’ve got the ultimate set up for interior style and protection.
Beyond the added protection and plush velour style, your Velour deck mat is custom designed for your specific vehicle. And, the elegant fabric is available in an array of vibrant colors designed to match or accent any interior. Plus, your Velour Rear Deck Cover is backed by a 5-year warranty.
12 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Beverly C (Oxnard, CA) Reviewed for a 1998 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme — Aug 10, 2012 4:33 PM
The first time I ordered, it was hard to determine the exact color I should get based on the colors in my car. I ordered the Vanilla, received it and it was a perfect fit. I really liked it, but was concerned with the color possibly being too light. I called to request a return and reordered in the Mocha color. My experience with the staff both on my original order and my return request was great and they were very helpful. I received the second order in the Mocha color and it fits, but not as good a fit as the first one. This one is a little narrower from the back of the seat to the back of the deck, leaving a gap of about a quarter of an inch. Truth be known, I really should have kept the first one (Vanilla), the color really was a better match. The Mocha is a little dark, but I'm living with it. My overall opinion of dealing with AutoAnything has been very pleasant and I love the idea that I can call AutoAnything and actually talk to a "real live person".
Reviewed by Pamela B (Sarasota, FL) Reviewed for a 1996 Buick Regal — Apr 21, 2012 1:37 AM
I have an old car so when I bought the rear deck cover I was very happy how it looked and on how easy it was to put on. Just make sure you know what color you want before you buy.
Reviewed by Ken S (Pasadena, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Corolla — Aug 17, 2011 6:19 AM
I recently purchased dash designs rear deck velour cover for my 2003 Toyota Corolla. I have a front window sun protector that I ordered from Auto Anything years ago by Covercraft and is a great product. I wanted something for my rear deck since it is plastic it absorbs and retains heat. I had been waiting about 6 months before I finally decided to purchase this item. It was shipped to me in about a week, so shipping was fast. Product Inspection & Quality When I received the cover I opened the box and inspected it. The first thing I noticed was that there are no cutouts for the speakers. I looked for the instructions; the instruction manual was for installing a front dash cover not a rear (and stapled to the fabric if not removed carefully you would tear the fabric) There was nothing in the instructions about the speaker cutouts. I looked for the Velcro strips you would need to install, they were stapled to the cover fabric hidden under the instructions and did not include both usable sides, only one. I contacted auto anything because I was not happy there were no speaker cutouts. They assured me that sound would not be muffled by putting a velour cover over the speakers. I checked the web site for dash design and they say the same (funny their website doesn't even show a rear deck available). Installation & Color Match & Performance When I installed the cover in my car I found it easy to install however the charcoal color I ordered is really not charcoal, more of a slightly darker grey it did not match my charcoal interior, disappointing but no big deal. I had my own Velcro so that wasn't an issue. The cover fit well, but I have to say after using it for a few weeks there is a loss of sound out of the rear deck speakers it definitely DOES muffle the sound. Some people spend a lot of money on their car audio systems and the last thing they want is a fabric cover muffling the sound I don't know how putting any type of fabric over speakers would not muffle the sound. Which fabric should I p
Reviewed by Richard L (Bedrord, VA) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan Maxima — Feb 21, 2011 3:50 PM
I purchased a rear deck cover for my nissan maxima and it fits like a glove.It was charcol velour and the color matched perfect.You can drive with the windows down and it stays put without any velcro strips.I would highly recommend this product.
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Asked by Anonymous
Aug 31, 2012 5:09 AM
1997 Honda Civic
Is there an option for speaker cut-outs for rear deck speakers or do the speakers play through the material? Also are velour dash covers lined with foam padding on the back? The description mentions a three layer product but does not describe the layers. The poly carpet covers usually are not lined but the velour covers I purchased years ago were lined with foam and unfortunately it deteriorated rather quickly.