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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-10-2010, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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Need Seats Covers (2010 Sedan)

First of all; hi everybody! I'm new here, I'm 29, I'm from Canada and I just bought a brand new 2010 Chevy Cobalt LS sedan to replace my dead 2003 Chevy Cavalier (I was hit by an 80 years old man while I was stopped at red light).

I got a 3 yo children, my wife is pregnant actually and I was very worried about the very light gray color of my Cobalt seats. In my Cavalier the seats was very dark gray and the fabric are also stronger than the Cobalt fabric. My children drop often some juice on the seat and thing like that, in the Cavalier the seat was very stain resistant but the Cobalt seats make me nervous.

I'm looking for some great seats covers for all seats in the car, especially back seat. And don't want to have a "ricer" look by any way, so just some dark gray or all black covers gonna be perfect. I also want a true 60/40 seat cover for the back because I have to drop my rear seat pretty often and I can't drop it fully because of the child seat so I just drop the 40's part.

I check on GM's website in the accessories zone and it doesn't look to exist some "genuine" GM seats cover so I take a look on eBay but there's A LOT of brand/style/model and I want something who's gonna fit great.

Thank you very much!!


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PFYC.com have some nice ones, but prepare to pay a good amount of money on them

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They look awesome but in fact I can't afford 500$ for a full set of seats covers (front & rear)...
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They look awesome but in fact I can't afford 500$ for a full set of seats covers (front & rear)...
Yea thats to expensive for me to. I just bought some from the local auto parts store and they fit nice.

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When I was growing up, the common thing we did was to tuck in a matress protector on the rear bench, then put a throw rug on top of it. Not only was it inexpensive, but it worked very well.


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When I was growing up, the common thing we did was to tuck in a matress protector on the rear bench, then put a throw rug on top of it. Not only was it inexpensive, but it worked very well.
Oh thank god, I thought my parents were the only ones who did that :P

But I dunno, check Wal-Mart maybe. I bought seat covers for my front seats for there and managed to get a good 2 years of them before they started to get beat up and I tossed 'em.
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They look awesome but in fact I can't afford 500$ for a full set of seats covers (front & rear)...
Especially with the fact that just buying a set of used SS seats are going to be about the same after shipping.


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Welcome to the forum. I drive with my 3 year old in the car too. I got cheap covers from Ebay, but under the rear cover is a plastic mattress pad. I figure I can was or replace the cover easier than the seat.

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