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Isuzu D-Max 2011 - Onwards Front Seat Covers

  • Front Seat Covers - Grey
  • Front Seat Covers - Blue
  • Airbag Split
  • Colour Swatch
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£44.95
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Product Description

Protect your Isuzu D-Max front seats with Titan seat covers.

Our waterproof front seat covers are extra tough. Unlike many manufacturers, we use the highest quality pvc coated fabric for not only the seat area but also the sides and back, ensuring maximum protection all round. The attractive, textured surface is impervious to dust, grit and dog hairs and also resistant to grease and oil.

To care for your covers, simply wipe clean, hose down or machine wash at 30 degrees (no fabric conditioner).

We have created a semi tailored, easy fit design in several sizes to ensure the best fit available from a non-custom cover. Simply choose the model of your car from the menu when ordering and we will send the relevant size for your vehicle.

Armrest holes are available as an option if required.

PLEASE NOTE - These covers have a side slit to facilitate side mounted airbags only. Any further queries regarding deployment of your vehicles various safety systems including side mounted airbags whilst using seat covers should be directed to the vehicle manufacturer.

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  1. Tough, waterproof & well fitting 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Mar 2016

    Had Titan covers on previous vehicle. Was happy with them and happy again.


  2. Excellent product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Jan 2015

    I have used Titan covers before & both the product & service are first class, an inexpensive seat cover but with a high quality finish & feel & as rugged as they come, all round a great buy.


  3. Tough covers up to the job 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Nov 2014

    Recieved the covers via Royal Mail they are just as described. Lokk great & and are certainly tough enough for the job.
    One improvement would be a slit for the seatbelt anchor to pop through instead of tucking the cover round it down the side of the seat.


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