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2000 BMW 3-Series Canvas Seat Covers

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Not perfect, but adequate

Reviewed By PATRICIA N (MOUNT RAINIER, MD) Reviewed for a 2012 BMW 3-Series —9/30/2015 5:09 AM

I transport my dogs frequently in my 2012 328i BMW coupe and wanted a seat cover that would be cooler in temperature than the black upholstery and was also easily removable for cleaning. This fits the bill on both counts. The fabric in contact with your back has a tendency to bunch, but not a huge deal. Also, the levers that allow the seat to tilt forward are a little hard to access with these covers on, but it's possible.

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Second time around

Reviewed By Jay M (Slidell, LA) Reviewed for a 2011 BMW 3-Series —2/21/2014 7:59 AM

I ordered the Seat Defender for my 2 other cars. My primary concern was protecting the seat bolsters from wear. This is the best product that is easy on and off when I want the leather and also does a great job protecting the seat bolster when on. Doesn't slip/stays in place. Best on the market

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Ballistic Seat Covers are sturdy!

Reviewed By Sandra G (PAROWAN, UT) Reviewed for a 2014 Nissan Xterra —6/18/2017 11:48 AM

I ordered a set for the front seats and a set for the back row. The fabric is very sturdy and the cutouts for various items, i.e. seat adjustment levers, seat belts, etc., were quite accurate. I found the installation to be fairly painless, except for tightening the straps under the front seats. The back seats were easy, as the seat bottom can be removed from the vehicle...I merely slipped the cover on, dumped the seat upside-down, and attached and tightened the straps.

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