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Coverking Velour Seat Covers Part #CSCV3EG7000 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Agustin T (Palm Bay, FL) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tacoma — May 12, 2016 5:49 PM
These covers have that OEM look. The material is cushiony and thick not thin like other covers. The installation was rather simple, seams lined up nicely. Overall fit is pretty flawless, seat bottoms don't shift when getting in and out of the vehicle. I gave 3 stars for Quality because Coverking needs to improve their quality control. I had to restitch 2 armrest elastic straps, also the seat covers should be bagged (in case box gets wet)and not just tossed in the box.
Reviewed by Robert F (Polk City, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Chrysler Town and Country — Sep 02, 2015 4:18 PM
We got these covers for my 2015 Chrysler Town & Country van. They sat in the box for quite a while because I injured my knee and couldn't put them on. Last Saturday my wife got impatient and decided to do it herself. After figuring out which was left and which was right, they went on very quickly. They look very much like the factory cloth seats I had in my last van. Completely satisfied.
Reviewed by Layne L (REDDING, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Prius — May 05, 2015 9:10 PM
This is my second pair. My first pair lasted 9 years. These look and feel good. Will save wear and tear on the new car's seats. Unfortunately the headrests do not fit well. I forgot to anticipate how difficult putting these over cloth seats were (my previous seats were leather.) BUT they do fit quite well , and feel luxurious. Would buy again. Thanks
Reviewed by Robert E (Jamul, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Prius — Feb 27, 2015 8:27 AM
Great seat covers, but installation instructions are generic for all pull over bucket seats. Nothing on how to remove the rear bench seat, so the cover for that item can be installed. I've had two previous Prius models and complete instructions were included for both ( 2006 and 2011) for these same covers. I'm not at all happy with that aspect, and Coverking needs to address this issue.
Reviewed by Jeff G (MARIETTA, GA) — Aug 01, 2014 7:57 AM
Instructions were not sufficient. It needed better attachment pieces or I was missing attachment pieces. Attachment is more of tucking things in than actual attachment to vehicle some attachment was good. Fit is bad, baggy at some spots tight in others, weird looking ridges developed so doesn't lay flat like in picture hopefully they will go away with time but I doubt it. Holes in back seat cover for seat belts were too small so I had to cut hole bigger so the nice hem around hole to keep hole from tearing bigger was a waist an now non-effective. We got these seat covers because car came with black leather seats that get scorching (actually received flesh burns) hot in the summer. These seat covers definitely fixed that problem. Our car is now safe to drive.
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