When buying seat covers for the Venza, don't forget that the Venza has air bags in the seat backs. So the Venza needs special covers that are designed to work with the airbag. Regular seat covers are not designed/made to do this.Hi, I'm putting exact fit seat covers on my mom's venza, and need to remove the rear bottom seat cushions, does anybody know how to do that? like where to pull up etc?
hah, good eye...And it looks like you did get the back done, eh? The last pic looks like the center arm rest is wrapped in black at the portion that can be seen just beyond the cupholder lid
vipcovers.com comes up as an awning shop for me and nothing on ebay. Do you have a link, or would you let us know the cost?I used an eBay seller (VIPCovers.com) to get a set of leather Clazzio custom fit covers)
this is how they came out:
a little loose on the seat bottoms, but the fit is an 8.5 out of 10 in my book... i'm very happy with them
up to about $400 for both rows. think i'm going microfiberWhat's your budget ?
Clazzio seats are simply the best I saw so far, great price, lots of choices and looks like oem.
I had them in my Scion XB and everytime someone looked at my car they thought they were factory seats, I had leather option btw.
Just finished installing the GT Covers Ivory Velour front seat covers on my 2009 Venza. The fit and quality is outstanding! The Ivory Velour (color code S2) matches my original ivory fabric interior very well. This fabric is only available in their Overstock Velour selection but is $160 delivered which is $20 less than their standard velour. The installation was not too difficult. The worst part was fishing the seat bottom straps under the drivers seat and trying to miss all the wiring. GT Covers even included covers for the headrests and armrest. I am very pleased with my purchase and highly recommend GT Covers.up to about $400 for both rows. think i'm going microfiber