Car ownership is an expensive ordeal. Not only do you need to constantly fuel your car up with gas, but also to replace car parts from time to time. When you add all of these up, your automobile ends up costing you an arm and a leg. Fortunately for you, CARiD is going to ease these financial burdens a bit. We have the most reasonable prices on the auto after-market. If you are looking for a dashboard cover for your Chrysler PT Cruiser, we are your best bet for spending less and getting more for your money.
The Chrysler PT Cruiser dash covers you will find on our digital shelves are premium-class items, that will look good even in the most expensive luxury vehicle. They are manufactured by Coverlay, Dash Designs, DashMat, and Cover King using state-of-the-art technology. This technology allows the manufacturers to design the covers in such a way that each is a perfect fit for your PT Cruiser’s dashboard. It will fit it “like a glove” and trace the dashboards every contour and form. Your dashboard will have a clean and stylish new look. You should also know that if you ever decide to sell your car, a new dash cover will raise its value, by covering any flaws your dashboard may have. So, don’t miss this chance to make an excellent investment – order a new Chrysler PT Cruiser dash cover from CARiD.com right away!
Unlike many companies that sell automotive parts and accessories, we encourage our employees to actually test available choices on their own cars before we offer them for sale. Because we want you to be satisfied with what we offer, we also invite you to take a look at over 10 product reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars to see what customers who have already purchased from us say. And if you have specific questions about any dash covers we sell, our specialists are available seven days a week to provide answers.
- Dash Designs® - Poly Carpet Dash CoverStarting at: $40.07$40.07
- Coverking® - Velour Custom Dash CoverStarting at: $34.99$34.99
- Coverlay® - Dashboard CoverStarting at: $167.10$167.10
- DashMat® - Limited Edition™ Custom Dashboard CoverStarting at: $49.99$49.99
- Dash Designs® - Camo Game Dash CoverStarting at: $53.19$53.19
- Coverking® - Polycarpet Custom Dash CoverStarting at: $34.99$34.99
- DashMat® - VelourMat™ Custom Dashboard CoverStarting at: $42.99$42.99
- Dash Designs® - Plush Velour Dash CoverStarting at: $45.18$45.18
- Coverking® - Designer Velour Custom Dash CoverStarting at: $49.99$49.99
- DashMat® - SuedeMat™ Custom Dashboard CoverStarting at: $45.99$45.99
"Love it. Was a perfect fit for my daughter's PT Cruiser. She was thrilled and could not believe I found a cheetah print dash cover. One of the best Christmas presents she received because she was totally surprised. "
"The absence of seams, and the resulting clean, uncluttered appearance, separates this cover from the competition. It fits perfectly, not just "close enough." I wish the color (dark blue) was a little more vibrant, but it is a fair match to navy blue and "GM" blue. Note that there aren't any cut-outs for speaker grilles, but this doesn't affect the sound, keeps out dust, and provides a "factory" look. My only real beef (not with the product) is with the "made in USA" claim; in actuality, there's a tag sewn on the underside proclaiming "Design in USA. Assembled in Mexico of US and foreign components." That explains the two-week wait. Regardless, I would definitely recommend this cover as the best-fitting one on the market, worth the extra cost and delivery time."
"This is my Third carpeted dash cover. Why? Because they fit perfectly, smooth and tight. They're super easy to install right out of the box. And they protect the dash from damaging UV sun that eventually dries out the dash fibers and makes them brittle and faded. Light colors look great, brighten up the interior, and reflect the heat of the sun, making the interior feel cooler in the long, hot, North Carolina summer "
"Great Product, well made. Looks great. Consumer should follow mounting instructions carefully, cover may take a little pulling and stretching to line the holes up properly, this is considered normal as fabric tends to tighen after manufacturing. "