Reviewed By Bob A (GARDEN CITY, UT) Reviewed for a 1995 Nissan Maxima —3/2/2013 7:13 AM
Lighter wt. than expected but quite adequate to my needs. Installation...are they ever easy?
Reviewed By William L (Thomasville, GA) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan Maxima —4/27/2012 1:14 PM
The Coverking seatcovers come without any installation instructions. The covers do have flapped ports on the sides of the seatcovers to allow seat based air bags to deploy, as the material is far too substantial to expect the bag deployment to break through the material. Using the ports, I was able to decide which seat back cover went where, only to find that the Prius has a flap in the back of the seat which is secured with an elastic band. You have to get under the seat and unhook the strap, and then fold the flap double to get it out of the way so that you can use the velcro flap on the back of the seatcover. The seat portions are easier to install, as are the covers for the head rests. All in all, once installed the covers fit pretty well and look acceptably good. Most important is that they are substantial enough to protect the material of the original seat.
Reviewed By J (BISBEE, AZ) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tundra —5/4/2016 7:09 PM
These covers would get 5 stars, but have 2 small problems.1) The inside cutouts for the seat-belts are not even close, or needed, at least 2" off. 2)Thick part of the padding does not wrap around the sides like the Saddleman brand did.This will likely be an area that gets the most wear. A plus is that the headrest cutouts are perfect, and the buckle-fastening system is well fitted.