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CalTrend Leather Seat Covers Part #[PATTERN]-08LD Customer Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Emily L (OMAHA, NE) Reviewed for a 2016 Honda CR-V — Apr 12, 2017 8:44 PM
I think my seat covers feel like good quality but they don't fit on my seats correctly. I've been using them for a week only and it looks like the stitching is already kind of pulling a part. I love that they are real leather and are so soft. I'm just hoping they don't break down quickly and eventually start to form to my seats more.
Reviewed by Judith C (GROVETOWN, GA) — Nov 16, 2016 9:51 AM
These seat covers look great. Haven't had them long enough to rate durability and ease of cleaning. Extremely difficult to feed the straps between front and back and thread them over any electrical. The instructions tell you to tuck the front seat flap into the plastic housing/panel which is no problem on the door side but the inside near the console has no place to tuck this flap. Any suggestions? I do think that despite a few problems we are going to love these covers.
Reviewed by Jami L (Dublin, OH) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra — May 16, 2015 6:46 AM
I bought these to protect my leather seats for a 2014 Toyota Tundra Crewmax. They look close to the original. The fit is really great. The color is a little darker than the original light gray, but it's not really noticeable. I only covered my front seats. It does not come with a cover for the console like the YouTube videos show. There are no instructions. Assembly is a little difficult to feed the cover between the back and the seat cushion. Just take your time.
Reviewed by George W (Jewett City, CT) Reviewed for a 1999 Toyota Camry — Feb 26, 2014 4:58 AM
The covers look much better than the tattered cover that are under neath the new covers. colors are very good match for the original covers. i had to return the left seat back because the hole for the lumbar lever was cut on the wrong side of the seat.
Reviewed by Steve D (FAIRMOUNT, IN) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Transit Connect — Sep 26, 2012 6:50 AM
Reviewed by Dennis M (New Windsor, NY) Reviewed for a 2011 Honda Pilot — Apr 27, 2012 7:47 PM
I have a 2011 Honda Pilot Ex and the only thing I didn't like about it was the seats. Honda definitely dropped the ball when they designed the cloth seats on this model. They look plain and cheap! So rather than upgrade to the leather seats for another $6000 (better stereo with that package), I just took the cheap seats and paid less. After about 8 months, I just couldn't take looking and sitting on those "no-frills" seats anymore, so That's when I came across Autoanything's website and decided to take a chance and order these seat covers. Installation was a bit difficult and the instructions were not very helpful.(I definitely recommend watching the installation video)It took me about 2 hours to do the install but it was worth every minute. I was blown away by the look of these covers. If I didn't actually install them myself, I would swear that they came from the factory like that. They simply look amazing and they changed the entire dynamic of the interior of my vehicle. Just the smell of the leather alone makes a huge difference. The stereo even sounds better because the sound now "bounces" off solid leather as opposed to getting muffled in those crappy cloth seats. Even though the CalTrend covers are a bit pricey, the quality of these covers are absolutely superior! And $800 for covers beats $6000 any day. I would highly recommend these covers.
Reviewed by Paul E (La Salle, IL) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Camry — Feb 05, 2012 8:35 AM
We like the look and comfort of the CalTrend leather seat covers. They are expensive and we had to pay someone to install them. They also outgas something terrible...must be some sort of chemical sealer on the leather? The look, however is wonderful. It gave new life to our Camry!