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2010 Subaru Outback Hawaiian Seat Covers

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Reviewed By Pam C (Sissonville, WV) Reviewed for a 2010 Subaru Outback —3/23/2012 10:16 AM

These seat covers look great and really perk up the interior. They are covering ivory (!) cloth seaths which were not at all practical and not in keeping with the quality of the car. The seat covers took quite of bit of tugging, pulling, muscle, and contortions but the end result was very good. Please note, the seat cushion of the back seat is held by two clips. You find them by popping the seat up at the point your knees would be if you were sitting there. Put the seat cover on first and then the back covers. I made several calls and emails to AutoAnything and the Subaru service department and to the company to finally get the right information.

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nice once installed but no console

Reviewed By cat e (WAIKOLOA, HI) Reviewed for a 2017 Subaru Outback —10/17/2016 7:14 PM

bit of a bear to install but once on look very good. would love a matching console cover tho! autoanything was 100% helpful (order via chat is great!) after failing to make a purchase of the same item through carid over weeks. one simple trip to autoanything.com and the order was completed and soon the neosupreme seat covers arrived. the seat covers were not so friendly getting installed but they are on there and i am very satisfied - most especially with autoanything.com!

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Really nice seat covers, but armrest cover doesn't fit very well

Reviewed By Erik H (Round Lake Beach, IL) Reviewed for a 2013 Subaru Outback —10/28/2013 12:26 PM

Putting them on was not that big a problem. Put the strap through the gap in the seatback and seat pan and match with the hook from the front of the seat cover. Put the hooks together and pull tight. It does help to have a flexible claw pick up tool to pull the straps through. Had them in over a month, and have not budged an inch. Armrest cover fits, but I was unable to get the armrest closed with it on, so I am not using it. If it fit I would give them 5 stars.

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