Two years living full time in our Ford Transit. Two years of driving, eating, working, chilling on the front seats (thanks to the swivels we installed). Needless to say, the front seats started to look (and smell) like they've been through a lot... Surprisingly, a deep-clean restored them to what they used to look, neat! That being said, investing in OEM Ford Transit seat covers might be a good idea? Keep reading this review to find out!
1- Jumping to Conclusion
These Ford seat covers do what they're suppose to: protecting the seats. They're very easy to install / remove, so no excuses not to wash them frequently! However, we were turned off by their look: they do look a bit loose & sloppy. If our Ford Transit was a work van, we would invest in these seat covers at 100%. But the van is our full-time home, so look is important and therefore we decided to skip the covers and deep-clean the seats annually instead.
What We Like
What We don't like
3- Installing the Ford Transit Seat Covers
More Ford Transit goodies
Tested and Reviewed from our research lab facilities (a.k.a. Our Van)
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Hello! We’re Isabelle and Antoine In 2017 we sold our house (and everything in it), quit our engineering careers and moved into our self built campervan. We’ve been on the road since then and every day is an opportunity for a new adventure; we’re chasing our dreams and hopefully it inspires others to do the same!
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