Reviewed By Bruce V (PENSACOLA, FL) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Celica —4/21/2018 5:43 AM
The old leather on my driver's seat was badly split and I needed to do something because otherwise the vehicle is in great shape with low mileage. The options were to go to a local car shop where they quoted $700 for each of the front seats or shop for some classy seat covers to match the original leather. The Cal Trend covers look great and almost match the fit of the original. And they cost way less than re-upholstering!