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Welcome to AcuraSeatCovers

The Acura is from the Honda Motor Company of Japan. Though traditionally marketed in the US, Hong Kong and in Canada, in recent years the Acura has also been introduced in the Chinese, Mexican and also the domestic Japanese market. The Acura is Honda’s effort to compete with other luxury automobile makes such as the Cadillac, Infiniti and the Lexus.

Acura is also important to Honda due to another reason. This automaker from Japan was renowned for making economical vehicles, but Acura was really the company’s first venture into the luxury automobile segment. So Honda was trying to target the high-end segment of the market with the Acura. But this vehicle has also been extensively used in motor sports, particularly in the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and IMSA GT Championship series. Acura entered into an agreement with Comptech Racing to use the V6 motor of the all-new Acura NSX in Comptech's Camel Lights Spice prototype.

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  1. Take off headrest and push the back of the seat, forward.

  2. Slide seat cover over top of seat and pull down.

  3. Fit base of cover snugly over seat.

  4. Fasten elastic under seat with supplied "S" hooks.

  5. Tie the supplied cord in position to ensure that the seat cover is held in shape.

  6. Ensure that seat cover is fitting perfectly.

  7. With a sharp instrument (razor blade /exacto knife, etc....), cut holes for your headrest lengthwise with respect to your car . Because the seat cover stretches slightly, the holes need not be too big. That way, normal entering and exiting the car will not damage the seat cover.

  8. Re-insert the headrest into your seat.

  9. You're done!
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