Seat Covers

No other interior components live through so much abuse as seats do. Every time you get in and out of your car, you are constantly wearing out the fabric until it reaches a point near tearing. As such, it would be a good idea to protect your seats the moment you buy the new Bronco Sport as that will both retain the value of your car while also giving you the added piece of mind. After all, seat covers aren’t what they used to be which means that there are many different designs you can choose from. We have compiled some of the very best, highest-quality seat covers for your Bronco Sport that both protect your seats and give you an added dose of authenticity. 

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Universal Fit Seat Covers

These work with most cars which means that they aren’t designed to fit a specific type of seat. This means that these are more affordable, don’t follow a specific design language of an individual car, and don’t fit as snuggly as some might want them to. 

Custom Fit Seat Covers

Custom-fit seat covers are designed for a specific car which means that the fitment is spot on. They tend to follow a specific car-seat design language and are the best option you can go for if you want an OEM+ look, but be ready to spend a bit more extra money for these.


Which Material To Go For?


Leather seat covers look elegant and give out a luxurious vibe to the car, and if you take proper care of them, they will be able to last a really long time. The downsides are that these can absorb liquids quite easily and they tend to become really hot during the summer and really cold during winter.


If you want high-durability, affordability, UV protection, and attractive looks, suede seat covers are a really good choice. These are good at protecting the seats and don’t react to temperature fluctuations as much as leather does, but some deem them to be a bit uncomfortable while also being more difficult to clean.


If you have kids and the main thing you want is protection from spillage, neoprene seat covers are the best choice as neoprene is what wetsuits are made of. However, these don’t let the seats breathe at all which means that taking them off sporadically is a good idea.


Velour seat covers are made out of a mixture of cotton and polyester which means that these are exceptionally comfortable, but aren’t the most durable while also not being resistant to spillage. 


Those with an active lifestyle are sure to appreciate snug-fitting canvas seat covers which are made to resist wrinkling while also protecting the seats from spillage and general wear and tear. These aren’t overly expensive either which is why many people deem canvas seat covers as some of the best in the business.