Very nice for the price!
Reviewed By Tommy P (Lawton, OK) Reviewed for a 2001 Mercury Cougar —8/17/2014 11:07 AM
I am very pleased with my new seat covers. Craftsmanship is good and the materials are top quality. Installation was a bit tougher than I had anticipated and I am sure it would have helped to remove the seat. But I installed mine without removing the seats and after a bit of effort, I was rewarded with some new seats.
2014 Honda Accord Sedan Velour Seat Covers
Reviewed By Jeff G (MARIETTA, GA) —8/1/2014 7:57 AM
Instructions were not sufficient. It needed better attachment pieces or I was missing attachment pieces. Attachment is more of tucking things in than actual attachment to vehicle some attachment was good. Fit is bad, baggy at some spots tight in others, weird looking ridges developed so doesn't lay flat like in picture hopefully they will go away with time but I doubt it. Holes in back seat cover for seat belts were too small so I had to cut hole bigger so the nice hem around hole to keep hole from tearing bigger was a waist an now non-effective. We got these seat covers because car came with black leather seats that get scorching (actually received flesh burns) hot in the summer. These seat covers definitely fixed that problem. Our car is now safe to drive.
Look great, but difficult to install
Reviewed By Ronald B (MERIDIAN, ID) Reviewed for a 2014 Nissan Rogue —8/11/2014 10:44 AM
I purchased both front and back seat covers for my 2014 Nissan Rogue. The front seat covers were easily installed. The back covers, not so much. One of the reasons that the covers look nice is because of the very tight fit. In fact, it was difficult to stretch, pull, and push enough to get the velcro to meet at the seams. The biggest problem with the back seat installation was the total lack of specific directions for that vehicle. I figured it out, but it was not easy.