What Seat covers you guys use?

  1. U.S.C

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    I am looking for some seat covers. If you’re using some link me what you’re using.
     
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    https://www.autoanything.com/seat-covers/75A4631A0A0.aspx

    I purchased a set of front seat covers from there and I have enjoyed them. Since I have a Sport trim I have the cloth seats, these seat covers feel like a nice upgrade in my opinion. Installation was fairly difficult for myself at least, there were no instructions and I had some trouble securing the straps underneath. Overall they are still worth it.
     
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    Don't seat covers interfere with the side airbag deployment? That's why I've never bothered with seat covers and just use Scotchgard for stain protection.
     
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    They have many that work with the side airbag.
     
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    #6 BoxsterSteve, Nov 13, 2019
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    I don’t eat or drink in the car, and I’ve never used seat covers in any vehicle I’ve owned.
    Chowing down while driving is one of the main contributors to seat stains.
    I’m not saving the interior with seat covers to keep it in perfect condition for the next guy that owns my car when it’s old and vergamelt.
    Let him put on seat covers to camouflage the old worn out seats in the old worn out car he bought.
     
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    Dickies heavy duty seat covers from walmart form well to the seats
     
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    ah, a man of sophistication I see. My mom does that with her couch. :D
     
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    I have the Coverking spandex-like seat covers and they're great on the front seats.

    The back seats fit like shit and I sent them back.
     
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    I had Cabela's seat covers on my old car. They weren't really that comfortable and got dirty.

    This car has, among other things, heated seats. I don't really use them often but other people do and if they were on by accident I'd rather not risk there being a lack of airflow.

    Plus, the towels are soft and surprisingly a lot more comfortable than the old seat covers were. Easy enough to clean too.
     
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    I use some generic seat covers from Walmart and put a towel between them and the seat. The covers work with air bags and I can personally back that claim up. I found out 3 days after buying my Civic hatchback. I put covers on the night I got the car. Got T-boned 3 days later.
     
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    Some random ones off Amazon that are compatible with airbags. Nothing really special about covers, just need something to keep my others clean. I also put a towel under the cover.
     
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    I have the OEM Civic branded ones on my rear seats. Front seats are uncovered, I only covered the back because I figured it helps protect the seats against friction when I fold them down. If they were easier to take off and on I'd probably leave them off except for when I need them. Then again, no one who has sat in the back seats has made any comments since they fit so well.
     
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