Volvo S60 Seat Covers

    About Volvo S60 Seat Covers


    When you own a distinguished and elegant looking car like the Volvo S60, sometimes you want to make some small modifications to make it look even better, and to really stamp your own style on it. When it comes to your S60's interior, there is no simpler way to do this that makes a bigger impact than buying some cool new Volvo S60 seat covers. Here at CARiD, we have a vast selection of seat covers that can make your Volvo S60's interior look really bold or give it a more subtle elegance in luxury fabrics, so we are sure you'll find a design here that really suits your Volvo and your personal taste.

    We supply Volvo S60 seat covers from great manufacturers like LeatherCraft, CoverKing, Seat Armour and CalTrend which have been designed to allow you to choose a cool new look for the interior of your Volvo. These covers come in a wide range of styles, from neutral colors in luxurious fabrics like leather and suede through to sporty neon colors that will give your S60's interior a racy feel. We also stock highly protective seat covers from brands like Canine Covers which have been built strong to keep your Volvo seats safe from dog pet and other damage, as well as making it easy to keep your original S60 seats clean. Get your new Volvo seat covers here at CARiD now!

    Seat covers are a perfect add-on that will improve both protection and appearance of you vehicle. We offered an exquisite collection of color and material options, so that you can find a set of seat covers that will suit your preferences and needs. A variety of novelty patterns and innovative features makes the choice more diverse and challenging. As you see, installation of seat covers is a no-brainer. Check over 5 seat cover reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the accessory that will brighten up the interior of your vehicle.



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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(4)
    Volvo
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    "I feel that the look is excellent. However, I feel the material should better re-enforced. Perhaps, you may want to make a full seat cover that fits the Volvo seats. I honestly thought that when I made this purchase, it was a seat cover for the entire seat. Not just the surface. If, perhaps, you would take this ideal into some consideration, it would be greatly appreciated. But I do like the seat covers."

    5(5)
    2013 Volvo XC90
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    "I installed this seat cover in less than 5 minutes, and it stays on. I have a 75 lb golden retriever, who jumps up onto the seat, but I haven't washed it yet. I am very satisfied."

    5(5)
    2004 Volvo S40
    Posted by

    "If you have kids, pets, or just want your car or truck seats have the look of new seats all the time, these are fine. They say machine wash, we'll see."

    5(5)
    2000 Volvo V70
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    "Volvos last longer than their upholstery seats. This cover was the only cost effective solution. The best unanticipated benefit is that the seats are far more comfortable with the new fabric cover. This is great for middle age people with lower back/hip aches & pains. The seats now provide more support with the firm covers. It is also easier to maneuver in and out of the seat with the new material which has less friction. I marked five star on installation because we had a car upholstery shop install the item. I can't comment on whether it would have been easy to do it ourselves."

    4.5(4.5)
    2004 Volvo S80
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    "Fit exactly as stated and easy to install. Only glitch was the low end plastic clip broke when attempting to tighten the bottom cover under the seat. You need to pull the strap quite tight to ensure a snug seat bottom, but the clip can't support the tension. Ended up tying the strap. Only one of four broke."