Reviewed By Troy H (Atlanta, GA) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Sienna —8/16/2016 1:53 PM
If they only supplied a method to tuck in the front bottom, it would be 5 stars. I used several small bungees to make do.
Reviewed By Raymond B (Torrance, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Sienna —12/14/2010 9:47 PM
In general I was pleased with the custom seat covers. The workmanship was excellent; no loose threads, nicely finished components. I was a bit disappointed with the lack of tie downs or some method of securing the lower edge of the bottom seat cushion cover. The cover basically drapes over the bottom cushion relying on gravity and a bit of friction between the cushion and cover to stay on. Both of my dogs like to sit on the seat and stick their noses out the windows. At times as they are stepping up, they manage to catch the front edge of the cover and fold it up. There is a hook & loop fastener, (Velcro) that runs along the inside lower edge of the bottom cushion cover. This is designed to attach to an additional cover that protects the back of the front seats as well as the floor/footwell. A nice design; but you'll have to spend over $400.00 for the two components. In my opinion the addition of a strap with Velcro or some other method of securing that lower edge would better secure the cover when used by itself. I highly recommend these covers. I believe their design and construction surpasses any other manufactured cover on the market. I have since purchased the front seat back cover as well as the door panel covers. When all these components are assembled they create a dog proof (child proof too) cell which will save your interior from fur scratches, slobber, melted ice cream, etc. Spend the money and get the best.
Reviewed By Raymond B (Torrance, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Sienna —11/12/2010 1:26 AM
In general these are well constructed of quality materials. They're easy to install although I did run into a bit of a problem when sliding the plastic tabs into the window tracks. There seems to be a part of the window mechanism that prevents one of the plastic tabs to fully seat; leaving the tab protruding out of the track. By switching the covers to the opposite door I managed to have all the tabs seat. The covers sit a bit farther forward leaving the back of the window sill. Not a big problem; after all these are universal accessories so you can expect fitting issues on some vehicles. One other area is the tendency of the covers to lift when driving with the windows open. This could be corrected with maybe a weighted hem or perhaps hook and loop fasteners which could attach to the door. Despite the two minor problems I'm very happy with this product. It does a good job protecting the material on the window sill from scratches and claw marks.