Reviewed By Torrey S (Mesa, AZ) Reviewed for a 2007 Mercury Grand Marquis —1/8/2014 5:26 PM
held up well under cattle dog use
Reviewed By Bonnie B (Glendale, AZ) Reviewed for a 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis —2/9/2012 7:13 AM
I recently ordered a full back seat cover to protect my new car's leather seat. The pad came as expected and I put it into the car. The quality of the cover is excellent and I found that the size was perfect. It was easy to install. It still slid on the seat when my large dog got in. Perhaps a non-slide backing would be very helpful. One thing I did note was that the pre-existing hole in the middle of the cover, for the seatbelts to come through, did not work with my seat belts at all. My suggestion would be to have a longer hole to accommodate different positions of the buckles in different cars. I would have to cut the hole as it is now to accommodate my seat belts. I hate to do that, but it appears like there would be no other way. One thing I have found with ANY of the seat covers is that all of them are made for back seats with headrests. Well my car doesn't have headrests so I'm always searching for another way to attach the nylon tabs to the back seat. It's a real problem. I'm sure I'm not the only person to have a car with no headrests in the back.
Reviewed By All Pro S (PLEASANT GROVE, UT) —8/11/2017 3:52 PM
These are good everyday seat covers, unless you have a lot of different body shapes/sizes using them. I have them on some fleet vehicles and these seat covers tend to slide around and get out of place on the seat. When that happens, they have developed rips on the sides. If used for an individual, who takes better care than fleet use, they would be great. I like the appearance.
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