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2009 Dodge Journey Seat Covers

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2009 Dodge Journey

Reviewed By Paul R (SAN DIEGO, CA) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Journey —8/6/2012 9:14 PM

I had high expectations of the covers based on the cost. I was a little disappointed with the color as the color was lighter than the interior of my car. I would chosen darker if I would have known. A few weeks later the color has grown on me and think they are a large improvement over the original seats.

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Worth the money, better than expected

Reviewed By Steve S (Glen Mills, PA) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Journey —2/24/2015 5:23 PM

I bought these without any previous knowledge of the product, but it sounded good. This is one of those times that this was a great idea and it worked out perfectly. I am using these in both a Dodge Journey (rear seat) and a Subaru Crosstrek (rear seat). They fit great, a bit big for the Crosstrek but can tuck in if need be as no rear seat airbags.. Within the first week our puppy who never gets sick in the car, got sick in the car. I removed, washed, air dryed and re-installed. Perfect!

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Does what it was purchased for

Reviewed By Jayme M (BELLAIRE, MI) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Journey —3/13/2011 8:40 PM

I like the idea of the hammock and my dog is getting use the " crinkley" sound that the fabric makes. I do wish that it covered the back of my front seats better and also would have liked to see some sort of "tie down" where the bottom of the seat meets the back of the seat ( the crack). The dog seems to get hung up getting in and drag the hammock aside - thus revealing the seat I am trying to protect.

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