|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||209 x 73.5 x 45 inches|
|Item model number||10-014-261001-00|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1001426100100|
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Classic Accessories 10-014-261001-00 OverDrive Polypro 3 Charcoal Full Size Sedan Car Cover
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- Fits full-size sedans 191" to 210" long
- Zippered driver's side door for easy access
- Antenna reinforcement patch
- Non scratch tie down grommets
- Corners have an elasticized hem for a fast, custom fit
- Includes convenient storage bag
- Three-year limited warranty
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Classic Accessories OverDrive Polypro 3 Full Size Car Cover is a rugged Polypro 3 triple layer fabric which resists dirt and repels rain and snow. It also provides superior protection against dirt and harmful UV rays. The thick soft fabric won’t scratch paint, and shields against scratches and nicks. Fits sedans 191 inch - 210 inch long, for example Lexus LS 470 and Mercedes S Class.
Classic Accessories Overdrive Polypro Vehicle Covers
Triple layer fabric provides heavy-duty protection against dirt, scratches and bad weather
Classic Accessories PolyPROTM3 vehicle covers provide rugged all-season protection for your vehicle. Constructed of three layers of PolyPro material, these covers come with a three-year guarantee. Convenient features like zippered access to the driver’s side door, an elasticized bottom hem, and an included storage bag make using the cover as easy as possible. The liner and tie-downs are non-scratch and an included rope will let you secure the cover in the worst conditions. The antenna reinforcement patch accommodates any style in any location. Keep your car or truck safe from the elements with this excellent cover from Classic Accessories.
|Fits hatchbacks up to 162" l||Fits sedans up to 175" l||Fits hatchbacks 163" - 175" l||Fits sedans 176" - 190" l||Fits crossover/wagons 176" - 190" l||Fits sedans 191" - 210" l|
|EXAMPLES||Suzuki SX4, Hyundai Accent 3dr||Chevy Aveo, Ford Focus||Toyota Prius, Honda Insight||Honda Accord*, Toyota Camry*||Toyota Venza, Subaru Outback||Lexus LS 460, Mercedes S class|
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I bought the model "Sedans 176" - 190" L". The fit on my Nissan 350Z is a bit loose (see photos) and there is no way it will stay on in the wind without a bungee or something to secure it. It fits my modest spoiler without issue. I use a long bungee cord and it's fine. The antenna grommet is useless. It is supposed to attach like a sticker but it is pointless. Perhaps I'll manually stitch it on. The door sipper doesn't line up with my door at all and with the bungee connected, the zipper flap is totally useless.
Pro tip: to use a ~3 foot bungee get yourself a small rope or shoe string and hook it on one end of the bungee. While holding the string, toss the bungee under the car to the other side. Hook the bungee to the car on the other side and come back around to retrieve the loose end with the attached string.
UPDATE 33 months later:
The cover has deteriorated considerably after many, many days in the sun. The brittle coating on the outside of the cover began flaking off months ago. The cover also lets through a considerable amount of fine silt, just as I mentioned my California Car Cover did. I have added more photos of the current state. Would I purchase this again? Maybe, maybe not. Both covers I've owned at different price points have the same issues. For the price point, perhaps this cover still makes sense?
Some notes on the environment this cover has been in. I live maybe 1/2 mile from a major freeway so there is a lot of dust in the air. Over time, this settles on the cover. Also, my home is situated in an area that for most seasons but summer sees a lot of moisture in the air that condenses on the horizontal surfaces of the vehicle and cover. In the morning hours, the sun will evaporate this moisture but many, many cycles of this seem to take their toll. I ride a motorcycle primarily so my car stays covered 90% of the year, however I do remove it for rain due to the collection of silt on the paint.
If you're leaving this outside, I'd suggest getting something to keep it on in the wind!!