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seat covers for XTR 110 Mk3
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Hi, has anyone bought any aftermarket seat covers, on looking around, most seem to be universal but not come across any that have the three seperate rear seat covers needed in the set, and I'm told a special sewing is required on the front two seats to allow for the airbags to function safely. Smile
2011 (61) Multispace XTR 110 in Kyanos Blue
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Good ones on ebay- just put in " berlingo multispace xtr seat covers" not got them myself but got similar ones for previous car, lasted very well (taxi use), Cost about 50 quid I think from dkmoto1.full set, three rear base covers,three rear back covers, two front base covers, two front back covers, two armrest covers and five head rest covers and are suitable for side airbags..And they are tailored-fit, not universal. I just wonder if the already-difficult to get-to rear selt belt clips on the XTR may be more difficult to access though.
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Thanks for that info, I'll check it out, it would be wise to get tailored fit, that rear seat belt an odd one. We did manage to pick up some perfect fit mats on e-Bay, as we couldn't squeeze a set off the dealer. Smile
2011 (61) Multispace XTR 110 in Kyanos Blue
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#4
Just a quick note to say we bought a tailored set for our XTR off ebay from dkmoto. Good tailored fit - not perfect, but perfectly acceptable. IMHO very good value, relatively easy to fit and reasonable styling.
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(10-06-2012, 01:20 PM)sossuffolk Wrote:  Just a quick note to say we bought a tailored set for our XTR off ebay from dkmoto. Good tailored fit - not perfect, but perfectly acceptable. IMHO very good value, relatively easy to fit and reasonable styling.
The seat covers tighten up after being washed.
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good explication
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#7
Just be wary that they completely cover the back of the front seats with no cut out, so you lose your seat pockets and tray tables access. I wouldn't class them as suitable for an XTR due to that.
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(16-06-2012, 09:44 AM)Duplo Wrote:  Just be wary that they completely cover the back of the front seats with no cut out, so you lose your seat pockets and tray tables access. I wouldn't class them as suitable for an XTR due to that.
Good Point
2011 (61) Multispace XTR 110 in Kyanos Blue
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#9
Hi,had another look and checked out advert on website regarding this type of seat cover and although it says that - all openings for seat belts,levers, map pockets etc are made in places to fit Citroen Berlingo -there is no mention of the tables on rear of seats.
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Contacted the supplier who states that their seat covers for XTR do allow access to tables and map pockets.
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