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Toyota Sequoia Seat Covers

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Reviewed By James S (Valley Park, MO) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Sequoia —3/21/2014 2:48 PM

I was looking for custom covers, but they seemed to be more of a hassle to put on and remove than I wanted. Also, you cannot beat the price. They suit my purpose of protecting my seats after coming home from a day of fishing and fit great.

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Reviewed By DAVID O (RICHARDSON, TX) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Sequoia —2/16/2014 7:14 AM

My 2002 Toyota Sequoia front seats were in poor condition due to 12 years of heavy use (stained, ripped & faded), so I decided to replace with "I Can't Believe It's Not Leather" seat covers. They were delivered quickly, and I installed them immediately. Once installed, I did a double take on what I saw. The front seats looked new again, and it made the interior of my Sequoia look like time rolled back a decade. They looked so good, I ordered the second row seat covers to match.

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Reviewed By Diana Z (TIPTON, IA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota Sequoia —7/25/2013 3:45 PM

I bought these to put on the front seats of our 2008 Sequoia when my husband goes hunting. I have only had them on the vehicle for a few days now, but they are a very heavy-duty seat cover, and it seems like they will provide the coverage I am looking for. The only thing that I didn't about the cover, is on the bottom rear of the seat part of the cover, there is nothing to keep it secure, all you do is just kind of tuck it into the plastic cowl of the seat framing.

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