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Old 2nd June 2006, 15:56   #1
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Default Which Seat Covers For C220 Cdi


We Planning to put on the seat covers in our Merc C220 CDI.
Car colour is silver and currently having original mercedes black seat covers.

Just wanted to take suggestions of you guys, about which seat covers to go
for, which company?

By the way Putting on another seat cover will void warranty ? I heard there are
Airbag sensors in seats.

Which brand you guys think will be Better?



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Old 2nd June 2006, 16:43   #2
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try stanley.....i have them in my dad's OHC.....they r smooth as silk....and look great too
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Hey Dude.. !! Go in for Stanley anyday !! I have it On my crv, they too give u a warrany on the seat covers !!
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Old 2nd June 2006, 19:02   #4
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Stanley is famous for its quality.
If you have a doubt ask the dealer about the warranty also ask him what he would suggest for seat covers.
What I think is there are sensor in your headrest which move on collision, not your seat.
But its better to ask,because I dont own a Merc hehehehe
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would go with a stanely customs with a black and blue or red combinations ... would look wicked i think
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Leave the plush seats as they are...don't worry they won't spoil unless u eat, sleep and drink in the car.

Gettin aftermarket covers will spoil the class on the interiors..or get something from Merc themselves..
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A friend had his E class (old square shape) completely refurbished by merc. in Bombay..including reupholstering the seats, they did a pretty neat job, so i guess it depends on the dealers....

But why do you want to change the seat upholstery? has it worn out already?
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Originally Posted by Mugen_Power
I heard there are
Airbag sensors in seats.
Probably just a weight sensor.

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I would say go in for Stanley. Had them in 2 of my earlier Mercs and other cars as well. They do an excellent job and like someone else said are OE for MB India.

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