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2008 Ford Edge
Seat Covers

2008 Ford Edge Seat Covers

We don't really think about it as we sip our morning coffee on the way to work, but we're always just one slight slip or pothole away from a spill so bad it would have BP and Exxon tugging at their collars nervously. And if you've got some light cloth seats, you might as well call it game over right there, because that stain isn't going to be easy to get out.

From our own spills to the mini-tornados that hop in the car every time we’re on carpool duty, real-world driving inevitably means things get a bit dirty, stained, or even torn up. The options? A) Never drive your vehicle again. (Next!) B) Live with disgusting seats for eternity. (Nope!) C) Get yourself some seat covers. (Ding, ding!) Chances are that if you've landed here, you're at you’re already thinking about custom car seat covers -- we always knew you were smart. So let’s dive in to learn what’s right for you. You can also review our Top 10 Seat Covers for 2020.

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Not sure which 2008 Ford Edge Seat Covers are right for you? We have over 6747 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:

"First the positive: These covers will look great after you finally get them on. Now the negative: Before you try to install them, make sure you have some good gloves that glide easily between fabric. Otherwise, you will literally end up with bloody knuckles and hangnails (like I did). They are not kidding when they say this is a "wetsuit" material and fit. It's like trying to put a girdle on your carseats. For the price, I didn't find the covers to be very well constructed. As a matter of fact, the head rest covers were very poorly made and a poor fit for my car although they are supposed to be custom (I have a Ford Edge 2008). I didn't bother returning them because I didn't want to deal with the hassle. Also, the material is so thick that the middle console on the second row seats now doesn't close. Conclusion: Not worth the price (they should probably be priced at around $100), difficult to put on because the fit is so tight, they do look nice after they are on." —Maria A from Groton, MA bought a CalTrend NeoSupreme Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"So far we love them. The only thing is the velcro on one of the head of the seat came off right when I installed it. It wasn't sewn very well. But otherwise they are great." —Leah N from Aurelia, IA bought a Coverking Leatherette Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"So far we love them. The only thing is the velcro on one of the head of the seat came off right when I installed it. It wasn't sewn very well. But otherwise they are great." —Leah N from Aurelia, IA bought a Coverking Leatherette Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"Just bought the two front seat covers. Fairly easy to install but definitely a two-person job for tugging and pulling from all angles. Once on, they look great, almost hard to tell they aren't the original fabric on the seats. Have only had them on for a week but so far are staying in place." —Jane K from Phoenix, AZ bought a Coverking Leatherette Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"First the positive: These covers will look great after you finally get them on. Now the negative: Before you try to install them, make sure you have some good gloves that glide easily between fabric. Otherwise, you will literally end up with bloody knuckles and hangnails (like I did). They are not kidding when they say this is a "wetsuit" material and fit. It's like trying to put a girdle on your carseats. For the price, I didn't find the covers to be very well constructed. As a matter of fact, the head rest covers were very poorly made and a poor fit for my car although they are supposed to be custom (I have a Ford Edge 2008). I didn't bother returning them because I didn't want to deal with the hassle. Also, the material is so thick that the middle console on the second row seats now doesn't close. Conclusion: Not worth the price (they should probably be priced at around $100), difficult to put on because the fit is so tight, they do look nice after they are on." —Maria A from Groton, MA bought a CalTrend NeoSupreme Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"Very nice looking and great construction. The picture does them no justice, better looking up close." —Andy R from Spokane Valley, WA bought a Coverking Genuine Neoprene Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"I really love the look of my seat covers, although the color was slightly off of what I expected. They were really easy to install,they fit real well and the quality of the material is top notch. The price was a little more than what I'd liked to have paid, but it was worth it knowing that they were fitted specifically for my Ford Edge. I am very pleased with the online assistance while shopping and the promtness of receiving my order. Overall...very satifsfied." —Kim A from Yuma, AZ bought a Coverking Velour Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

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2008 Ford Edge Seat Covers

We don't really think about it as we sip our morning coffee on the way to work, but we're always just one slight slip or pothole away from a spill so bad it would have BP and Exxon tugging at their collars nervously. And if you've got some light cloth seats, you might as well call it game over right there, because that stain isn't going to be easy to get out.

From our own spills to the mini-tornados that hop in the car every time we’re on carpool duty, real-world driving inevitably means things get a bit dirty, stained, or even torn up. The options? A) Never drive your vehicle again. (Next!) B) Live with disgusting seats for eternity. (Nope!) C) Get yourself some seat covers. (Ding, ding!) Chances are that if you've landed here, you're at you’re already thinking about custom car seat covers -- we always knew you were smart. So let’s dive in to learn what’s right for you. You can also review our Top 10 Seat Covers for 2020.

Shop Popular Make Model Seat Covers - For a Perfect Fit
Dodge Ram Seat Covers | Chevy Silverado Seat Covers | Toyota Tacoma Seat Covers | Honda Civic Seat Covers | Dodge Ram Seat Covers |
Not sure which 2008 Ford Edge Seat Covers are right for you? We have over 6747 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:

"First the positive: These covers will look great after you finally get them on. Now the negative: Before you try to install them, make sure you have some good gloves that glide easily between fabric. Otherwise, you will literally end up with bloody knuckles and hangnails (like I did). They are not kidding when they say this is a "wetsuit" material and fit. It's like trying to put a girdle on your carseats. For the price, I didn't find the covers to be very well constructed. As a matter of fact, the head rest covers were very poorly made and a poor fit for my car although they are supposed to be custom (I have a Ford Edge 2008). I didn't bother returning them because I didn't want to deal with the hassle. Also, the material is so thick that the middle console on the second row seats now doesn't close. Conclusion: Not worth the price (they should probably be priced at around $100), difficult to put on because the fit is so tight, they do look nice after they are on." —Maria A from Groton, MA bought a CalTrend NeoSupreme Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"So far we love them. The only thing is the velcro on one of the head of the seat came off right when I installed it. It wasn't sewn very well. But otherwise they are great." —Leah N from Aurelia, IA bought a Coverking Leatherette Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"So far we love them. The only thing is the velcro on one of the head of the seat came off right when I installed it. It wasn't sewn very well. But otherwise they are great." —Leah N from Aurelia, IA bought a Coverking Leatherette Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"Just bought the two front seat covers. Fairly easy to install but definitely a two-person job for tugging and pulling from all angles. Once on, they look great, almost hard to tell they aren't the original fabric on the seats. Have only had them on for a week but so far are staying in place." —Jane K from Phoenix, AZ bought a Coverking Leatherette Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"First the positive: These covers will look great after you finally get them on. Now the negative: Before you try to install them, make sure you have some good gloves that glide easily between fabric. Otherwise, you will literally end up with bloody knuckles and hangnails (like I did). They are not kidding when they say this is a "wetsuit" material and fit. It's like trying to put a girdle on your carseats. For the price, I didn't find the covers to be very well constructed. As a matter of fact, the head rest covers were very poorly made and a poor fit for my car although they are supposed to be custom (I have a Ford Edge 2008). I didn't bother returning them because I didn't want to deal with the hassle. Also, the material is so thick that the middle console on the second row seats now doesn't close. Conclusion: Not worth the price (they should probably be priced at around $100), difficult to put on because the fit is so tight, they do look nice after they are on." —Maria A from Groton, MA bought a CalTrend NeoSupreme Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"Very nice looking and great construction. The picture does them no justice, better looking up close." —Andy R from Spokane Valley, WA bought a Coverking Genuine Neoprene Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

"I really love the look of my seat covers, although the color was slightly off of what I expected. They were really easy to install,they fit real well and the quality of the material is top notch. The price was a little more than what I'd liked to have paid, but it was worth it knowing that they were fitted specifically for my Ford Edge. I am very pleased with the online assistance while shopping and the promtness of receiving my order. Overall...very satifsfied." —Kim A from Yuma, AZ bought a Coverking Velour Seat Covers for a 2008 Ford Edge.

In addition to Ford Edge Seat Covers, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Canvasback Canvas Jackets, Dash Designs Suede Dashboard Cover, Banks Ram-Air Intake.
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Customer Reviews

CalTrend NeoSupreme Seat Covers

Best Buy!

I've bought 2 sets...one for each vehicle. Only seat covers I'll ever buy! Definitely worth the money! View more reviews...
Posted By Kristin D (RED WING, MN) / November 21, 2017
2008 Ford Edge
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Coverking Genuine Neoprene Seat Covers

Amazing product

This is an amazing product, fits like Ford made it for my Edge, super beautiful color, nice feeling when you sit and easy to clean, and guess what water resistant, what a wonderful product!! I drive uber and my customers all asked me about this nice seats where did I get them:) View more reviews...
Posted By mamdooh e (Iowa City, IA) / April 7, 2017
2008 Ford Edge
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Coverking Leatherette Seat Covers

Front seat covers

Just bought the two front seat covers. Fairly easy to install but definitely a two-person job for tugging and pulling from all angles. Once on, they look great, almost hard to tell they aren't the original fabric on the seats. Have only had them on for a week but so far are staying in place. View more reviews...
Posted By Jane K (PHOENIX, AZ) / August 19, 2013
2008 Ford Edge
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