Reviewed By Shawn S (Cedar Rapids, IA) Reviewed for a 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue —2/8/2009 5:56 AM
Given that I've finally stemmed my wife's complaints about the hotness and stickiness of leather seats in the summer and their coldness in the winter, part of me is elated with the comfort and softness of our new microsuede seat covers. Then there's the more sobering reality that the tightness of the fit on the top corners of the seats is not quite what we expected it to be. The covers are cut somewhat more square, whereas the seats backs in our Oldsmobile Intrigue are slightly more rounded. With no directions included, within a couple minutes we figured out that the vinyl flap with the two eyelets that was attached to the back of the seat cover went between the seat and the seat back, and that the elastic cords that run along the outside bottom of the seats with the S hook stretched to the back, drop down through the eyelets and the run back forward under the seat to hook onto loops in the front portion of the seat cover. An effective and ingenious way to attach the seat covers, it just would have been nice to have been provided instructions or shown in a diagram that this was how they attached.