Great fabric and ample pockets. Difficult fit and anchors.
Reviewed By Janna P (HIGHLANDS RANCH, CO) Reviewed for a 2008 Volvo XC70 —1/10/2015 8:18 PM
This would be perfect, IF IT WAS anchored at the bottom adequately. The top is snuggly fit with the headrests, but the based is too shallow and the elastic stretch cord will not hold the cover in place at all. Yes, it has a tightening slide, but it totally worthless for holding the cover, esp since it is not cut deep enough. I've tried to velcro it, but because it is too small, it can't cover the leather seat base and just rides up on the seat and bunches up
Doesn't Fit Snug
Reviewed By Charleen L (BUFFALO, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda Civic —10/5/2013 10:56 AM
Doesn't really fit my 2013 Honda Civic seat. I couldn't even pull the flap through the seat slit as instructed to not have it have air in between the actual seat & the cover. It's workable for the few times my dog is in the car,but not sure how much it will protect the rest of the car from the hair honestly because it seems to fly around when you take it off. Wouldn't buy it again.
Pretty good fit for 2008-09 Scion xB
Reviewed By Daniel D (BROOKLYN, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Scion xB —6/18/2010 1:39 PM
This rear seat protector fits pretty well in a 2008-09 Scion xB... reaches from door to door. The material is very thick and rugged: even when my dog is pretty wet, nothing seems to seep through to the seats. It attaches well to the front seats as shown in Heritage's pictures. For the rear seat, you have a long nylon ribbon go around the entire seat (it doesn't attach to the headrests like it does to the front seats, which would have been better). Also, there are times when I wish it was a tiny bit longer because sometimes my dog's weight pulls it down a bit in the back, exposing too much of the top of the back seat. But all-in-all, it's the best alternative to buying semi- or custom-fit backseat covers if you don't want to shell out the dough for those options.