Jeep Renegade Seat Covers


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    Because many modern vehicles can travel a higher number of miles and continue to run and feel like new, many buyers looking at today’s typical three-year old car have come to expect perfection, and are willing to pay for ones that look the part inside and out. Seat covers are probably the easiest and most effective way to keep your vehicle’s interior looking new as long as you own it, which puts more money in your pocket when it’s time to sell.

    Customer Reviews
    4.5(4.5)
    2013 Jeep Compass
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    "So far, they are great. Easy to take off when you want your car seats to show. They keep your seats really clean and are easy to wash and put back on."

    4(4)
    2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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    "These are OK seat protectors if you're dirty or need it on a temporary basis. They will drive you nuts rearranging them every time you get in and out of the vehicle. They look great, but I'm going to use them for temporary purposes only. There really isn't anything available yet for complete coverage, these will have do until then."

    4(4)
    2008 Jeep Commander
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    "Good fit. Easy to understand but hard to fit at times. Would be easier if you had a tool that could push the fabric through the seats. Fits good. Very thick material. I ordered the leatherette. Because of the thickness, seems more plastic than other leatherette seats I've seen. Overall good though."

    4(4)
    Jeep
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    "These seat covers are exactly what we needed to protect our seats after workouts at the gym. They are easy to put on and take off and can be thrown in the washing machine as needed. There cost is a little high for what is essentially a towel, but they have a stylish look that makes the cost acceptable. "

    4.5(4.5)
    2006 Jeep Commander
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    "Thanks for fast shipping and good quality product."