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Has anyone got Seat Covers on? I found the front ones work fine (from Costco this week), but the rear ones I got from Amazon don't fit. Better luck for anyone?
 

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I had Wet Okoles on the front seats of my 2006, they wore like iron and looked as good last year when I traded it in on the 2015, if I had cloth seats in my 2015 or 2016, they would have had them too. Don't really feel the need with the Softex seats, although I do have some terry slip-ons to use as needed that fit the front seats and the rear passenger seat.


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Front Seat Covers are not as much a problem, but Issue is with the Rear Seat Covers

The Hybrid RAV4 has a battery pack under the rear seats, so I couldn't find a way to tie the seat covers under. Also the split bench makes it quite hard to accomodate a seat cover. Any ideas?
 

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Picked up a set of Dickies front and rear seat covers on sale at Walmart and while they are nothing special and fit is just OK, they are inexpensive and functional.
 

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The Hybrid RAV4 has a battery pack under the rear seats, so I couldn't find a way to tie the seat covers under. Also the split bench makes it quite hard to accomodate a seat cover. Any ideas?
Just pull the seats up and they will come out. Another member posted pictures about this.
 

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I installed rear seat cover on the sitting cushion and thanks to the other posts, very easy to remove the seat cushion and all I had to do is cut the new seat cover to fix around the seat belt buckles. Its nice now. Thanks
 

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I had Wet Okoles on the front seats of my 2006, they wore like iron and looked as good last year when I traded it in on the 2015, if I had cloth seats in my 2015 or 2016, they would have had them too. Don't really feel the need with the Softex seats, although I do have some terry slip-ons to use as needed that fit the front seats and the rear passenger seat.


http://www.rav4world.com/forums/98-4-3-interior/61451-wet-okole-seat-covers-installed.html
I had the Wet Okoles on my Prius also. No one knew they were seat covers, because the fit so well. Excellent product.
 
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