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2009 Bmw Z4
Car Covers

Not sure which 2009 BMW Z4 Car Covers are right for you? We have over 6713 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"I'm very pleased with the quality of this product, however, the antenna portion of the cover is misplaced about 14 inches to the rear. The shipping information indicates this cover fits 06-09 Z4's, and indeed it does cover it, it should be noted that the folding hardtop 2000 BMW Z4 is 5.8 inches longer, the length showing up mostly in the rear. Width and height are approximately the same as the earlier models." —Don F from Grand Junction, CO bought a Covercraft Weathershield HP Car Cover for a 2009 BMW Z4.

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Coverking Triguard Universal Outdoor Car Covers


Not a problem with the Quality... great value for the price. View more reviews...
Posted By Neal S (Croton On Hudson , NY ) / October 21, 2021
Rhino Shelter Indoor Car Storage Bag

Awesome car cover

Best car cover you could buy. Protects you car from almost anything. View more reviews...
Posted By Roberto M (STOCKTON, CA) / August 12, 2020
Coverking Stormproof Car Cover Duffle Bag

Duffle Bag

It's light and well made. Not sure how durable yet as I have yet to receive the car cover that goes with it. View more reviews...
Posted By William H (ANTELOPE, CA) / June 23, 2020
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From our experts

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Car Covers FAQ

1. What is the correct way to install a car cover? In general, always cover the front and rear bumpers as the last step. If the car cover has mirror pockets, place the pockets over the mirrors first. If you have an old car you should cover the roof and windows first, and then the […] The post Car Covers FAQ appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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