Seat Covers for CRV
While your CRV itself continues to run well, after years of use, the interior may not be in such great shape. That’s why we sell a wide variety of Honda CRV seat covers that will give that newer car look. If you have recently purchased a new 2015 Honda CRV, our seat covers will keep your interior looking great for years.
In older or used Honda CRVs, the interiors can be a bit worn and torn depending on how rough you or the previous owners were on the seats. Rather than spending too much money on reupholstering, you can cover up any major damage with our Neo-Supreme CRV seat cover. They are great for comfort, but are still durable and high-wearing. To add a bit of flare to your interior, you could also choose our Hawaiian CRV seat covers. These are also made of Neo-Supreme so they’ll have the same level of protection and comfort.
If you are looking for a simple look similar to the cloth you have in your vehicle right now, we offer OEM CRV seat covers. These are not going to be the exact same upholstery that you have in your car, but will complement the current interior. We also have seat covers in Velour. This is a soft, cloth material.
Ordering Your CRV Seat Covers
Something to be aware of when ordering Honda CRV seat covers is that there are a few different seat configurations for specific year spans of our seat covers. For this reason, it is very important to double check the year of your CRV. Also, before finalizing your order, it’s a good idea to run out to your car to confirm what you have in your vehicle. These two little steps will really help you to order the right seat cover.
If you are still unsure of what you have in your vehicle, you can always contact us. Our knowledgeable sales representatives will be able to help you to determine which seat option best describes your front or rear seats.
Wondering about Side Air Bags (SABs)? We have done endless amounts of research on this and know that as of 2006, all Honda CRVs come standard with SABs. If you have an earlier year though, it is still recommended to check whether or not you have them – just to be safe.