Reviewed By Rafael A (Hummelstown, PA) Reviewed for a 2016 Mercedes-Benz GL-Class —9/10/2015 3:09 AM
Aries got it right. Simple with a great sense of practical use. Durable and worry free.
Reviewed By Alden K (Palm Bay, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Journey —6/27/2016 7:04 AM
Extremely hot here in Florida. Not really a good time to install seat covers. Front row went on fairly quick, except for passenger seat that seat top opens. Took bolts of seat and did not need to. Finally found way to feed short straps to meet longer straps. Second row was difficult because sliding tracks have never been used and seats did not want to cooperate. Took awhile but everything fits well. Third row was fun because bottom seat would not move and there was no clearance for straps
Reviewed By John H (GOLD CANYON, AZ) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Tahoe —6/24/2016 7:11 PM
I've had the same covers on the front bucket/captains chairs in a 2001 Tahoe for over a year. I finally got around to getting the same thing for the second road 60/40 bench. They are the same quality and fit pretty good. I think just a little extra effort and they could have been made to fit as well as the fronts, expecially around the zippered area which can uncover the fold down arm/cup holder