Nice fit for my Lincoln, but very thin and light weight. After just a few weeks the cover ripped right down the center during a moderately windy day.
Only lasted about 4 months. Winds ripped it to shreds, and It's not like a live somewhere there are hurricanes. We have lots to worry about living in NYC but that's not one of them.
Is not water proof, and dust proof eiher
This product is so terrible that after using amazon for over a decade it is the first thing I’ve felt obligated to review. The first thing that you notice about this cover when you take it out of that packaging is that the exterior material is extremely thin and appears very cheap. You could say the exact same for the inside of the cover as well, the material is cheap and seems rather abrasive for being in contact with your paint.
Most importantly the entire reason that I bought this cover was to protect a car with a leaky sunroof from rain. I shouldn’t have been as surprised as I was but after the first hard rain storm we had I take off the cover to reveal that my entire roof is wet and there are puddles of water in my car.
Avoid this cover as it cannot even do what is advertised.
I am so upset right now! I bought this because it says that it is WATERPROOF. I put this on in September and I took it off today to move my car. By the pictures you can tell the interior of my Corvette is ruined!!! I DO NOT recommend anyone to buy this cover!!
I went on a long vacation, for about 2 months, I thought by covering my car I would protect it but instead I got some weird white spots all over. It must have been from the evaporation from the rain and the heat. it will definitely be expensive to fix these. Don't recommend it.
I have owned two such products.
This was would not stay on in moderate winds. Why? Because the three-straps that are supposed to go under the car will not tighten, due to their cheapness, so they just flop around on the ground and strong gusts of wind can get under the cover, causing it to balloon. Plus, if you try to pull on the webbing, to tighten the straps but some adhoc way to get around the deficiencies in webbing, the straps easily rip off from the cover. Now, with only two straps rather than three, the cover is useless in any wind.
The webbing material of the strap could have been made from a frictional material and do what they are supposed to do (tighten), but no, the manufacturer used some cheap useless material.
Go with a cover that has a scrunchy skirt that tightens under the car: I had one of those that lasted a long time, but the damn thing was stolen.
Extra work installing in the cold only to take it off& have to still remove snow