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2010 Nissan Xterra Seat Covers

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Coverking Leatherette Seat Covers Reviews


Great new look

Reviewed By Emily J (BOYCE, VA) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Xterra —2/22/2016 6:50 AM

I love these seat covers and they look great. I've always wanted leather seats but couldn't afford the leather package and I didn't want the extra care of real leather. These are a great compromise and look like leather but don't need the conditioning. Installed them 3 weeks ago-they are very thick and add a cushion to the seats. They weren't the easiest to install especially considering it was below freezing but I don't expect custom seats to go on easy. I would love to get a set for the back!

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Coverking Genuine Neoprene Seat Covers Reviews


This cover saved my back seat

Reviewed By Jennifer H (ANCHORAGE, AK) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Xterra —7/30/2014 8:10 PM

I ordered the back seat cover in black neoprene because I have a dog. A dirty dirty dog. As soon as I bought my car I was worried about the cloth seats getting ruined and smelling like wet dog. I tried using a basic neoprene seat cover but it really wasn't a tight fit and kept slipping off. This custom cover fits like a glove and looks great. It's so easy to clean. Worth every penny. I will probably be ordering covers for the front seats as well. Highly recommend if you have pets.

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Saddleman Surefit Camo Canvas Seat Covers Reviews


Saddleman Surefit Camo Canvas Seat Covers on 2010 Nissan Xterra.

Reviewed By Gregory B (Clayton, NC) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Xterra —3/3/2014 1:05 PM

Ordered these covers to protect the Xterra's light grey cloth seats that gets dirty very easily. The covers went on pretty easily, as the backrest portions just slide right over, quite snugly, and the seat bottoms slip over and have to been hooked underneath. Hooking the straps underneath the seats is the toughest part. Once on, they look great and seem thick enough to protect the seats quite well. I've even had the neighborhood kids tell me how cool the CAMO looks.

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