Reviewed By Janine T (PORTLAND, OR) Reviewed for a 2014 Honda CR-V —1/5/2018 8:18 PM
Seat covers are nice. 1 clip broke during install, otherwise great!
Reviewed By harrison r (Santa Fe, NM) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Tacoma —9/1/2017 7:46 AM
Installed these over heated seat pads from another vendor. Much much easier than removing the seats and dealing with hog rings, and I can go back to OEM seats (why would I though??) One stitch came apart as I was installing the rear seat cover, easy fix and not enough to warrant a return, but minus one star for quality there as a little reinforcement at the seam edge would have prevented this. I will revisit after a few months to see how they hold up.
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