Coverking Seat Covers Customer Reviews


Coverking Customer Reviews

Coverking Ballistic Seat Covers Reviews

The covers seem very durable and although they were tight upon initial installation they seem to fit alot better now that they have some wear on them. so far i like the fabric and its durability. the fabric is water proof as i have already tested that by accidently spilling coffee on my passenger side seats in my toyota tacoma. the covers are also slick which naturally aids in entrance and exit of the vehicle.would the grey color matches my toyotas interior very nicely.
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Coverking Neoprene Seat Covers Reviews

Reviewed by Michael H (Granbury, TX) Reviewed for a 2004 Dodge Ram — 2012-06-19 05:31:09
I love these seat covers i first bought a set for my Jeep and after the ease of installation and look I bought a set for my truck. In previous review they said that the center part couldn’t be put on to remain operable, Coverking must have fixed this as everything works like it should. The only complaint i have is the look of the headrest. All in all i will be putting these on my future vehicles.


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Coverking Spacer Mesh Seat Covers Reviews

Reviewed by George T (Newport News, VA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Monte Carlo — 2013-01-07 05:30:04
The rear seat covers I ordered look nice, it just was not what I was waiting for. The do look nice after I installed them and they will do the job. They were a little hard to install because it says you need to remove the back seat which it self is hard and a lot of work. But they are in for now and do look nice.


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  1. Coverking screwed me out of $600.00. Purchased expensive neoprene seat covers for front and back of my new F-150 and within the warranty period they began falling apart. When I asked for a replacement they only offered me the cheaper, less durable neosupreme covers because they lost their license to sell the Mossy oak pattern. When I declined the offer they tried to get me to accept a solid color, on just the seat that was damaged. Not sure who would won’t two different colors and styles of seat covers in their vehicle. I declined and the said they would Not give me my money back and they would no longer Deal with me.. probably going to end up suing. They have extremely poor business practices.. buyers beware.


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