Reviewed By Anthony T (Riverside, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Matrix —5/3/2008 9:22 AM
Well worth it, but give yourself at least an hour and a half to do it well. Don't try to rush this one.
Reviewed By Milan N (HICKSVILLE, NY) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Matrix —7/8/2015 7:26 AM
I'm going to average five stars for the excellent quality of the wheel "skin" and three stars for installation. Little did I know what I was getting myself into with the sawing kit Wheelskins provides. I think the "ease" of stitching a Wheelskin is greatly understated. I took me over an hour on the first pass, and it was tricky to stitch around the spokes. In the end, I wasn't happy with it so I removed the stitching and went through with the exercise once more. Still not too happy with it.
Reviewed By Susan S (SHELBY TOWNSHIP, MI) —5/19/2017 4:12 PM
I do not like plastic steering wheels! Purchased a Prius and the first thing I did was buy a cover from a retail auto chain. When I returned it, I got the "it should be warmed up" schpeel. I am soooo glad my only option was to lace. It takes patience & concentration to do. You don't have to be afraid to pull it tight (to get the sides butted together) for a nice seam. You'll get the factory look and feel. Not bad for a woman! :D