Autoberry Mazda Miata Front Seat Cover Kit Standard Seats Black Leatherette 1990-1996

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  • $153.26
  • Regular price $216.66

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  • Includes both driver and passenger seat cushion and backrest (4 pieces)

  • Computer cut to Ensure exact fit and easy installation. Hardware: Not included

  • Headrest is perforated for in-seat speakers. Made from a durable and rich looking Leatherette Vinyl

  • D.I.Y. installation guide available by email upon request With the purchase of the top

  • Seats are stitched with matching colors using bonded polyester threads

  • Color : Black

Tan Vinyl Replacement Vinyl Seat Upholstery - Most Mazda Miata seat slip covers look inexpensive and don't really add to the car's aesthetic or design. However, these Mazda Miata seat covers feature real vinyl upholstery and mimic the look of leather. In addition, they're not made as a secondary afterthought to interior customization; they are custom-tailored for 1990-1996 Miatas and act as a true replacement for OEM vinyl and cloth seats.

These seat covers for Mazda Miatas come (Upon Request) with a do-it-yourself guide and step-by-step instructions for easy installation. Because of the seat covers' vinyl material, they resist spills and stains and provide years of durable service. Before you consider the average pull-over seat cover for your Mazda Miata, take a look at this Mazda-specific seat cover kit today. It acts a real replacement for worn seats and upgrades your vehicle for nearly the same price.

Because these seat covers come in black and tan varieties, they complement the design scheme of specific Miata models. They have matching stitching and pleats for a tight, secure fit and come with both driver and passenger seat cushions and backrests. In fact, they also have perforated headrests, which provide a great listening experience if you have built-in speakers.

Application Notes: Fits 1990 thru 1996 STANDARD Miata seats only - Does Not Fit the M Edition. Seat upholstery only. Does not include mounting hardware.