Jaguar XFR Car Covers

About Jaguar XFR Car Covers

Can you hear that? No, of course you can’t. That sound you don’t hear is the sound of rust and corrosion building up in your new Jaguar XFR. The rain drops that fall onto the Jaguar in that pleasant gentle shower have fallen into the crevices and have left miniscule deposits of salts and minerals. With each drop, the salt and minerals concentration increases until it is strong enough to begin eating through the outer layers of protection in the finish and the paint. The rust and corrosion grow wider until one day you notice the unsightly stain on the interior thanks to the pin sized hole you didn’t see on the exterior. The sad truth is that that damage could have been prevented by using a car cover.

Head over to CARiD where you will find a wide selection of Jaguar XFR covers geared to fit your specific Jaguar XFR. Carid.com offers custom covers from both Coverking and Covercraft. A one-size-fits-all cover can leave areas where the material gathers up and allows moisture to collect in one spot. This causes the very damage you were trying to prevent! At Carid.com you will find the cover that will protect your Jaguar from not only the rust causing rain, but from the damaging radiation of the sun’s UV rays. UV rays penetrate the finish and fade the paint prematurely. They penetrate the windshield and build up enough heat to dry and crack the dashboard. The Jaguar XFR car covers from CARiD are made from a unique UV resistant material that screens out those harmful rays and prevents this type of damage. The material is woven together to form a breathable protection barrier. This barrier allows moisture trapped underneath to escape while at the same time preventing any further moisture from penetrating the exterior of the cover, in this way keeping your car dry.

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Just as with an indoor cover, if you regularly drive your car you’ll want a cover that is light and easy to handle, whereas a cover for long term storage can be heavier. If you live in a rainy humid region you’ll want a cover that sheds water, dries quickly and is breathable so moisture can escape. Areas with intense sunlight will require a cover with maximum...