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Product description

Condition: 100% Brand New
Color: Black (If you need other color, please contact us)
Material: Luxury Soft Foss fiber carpet, No smell, good for healthy, high-density non-slip fabric will good for your car.
Package includes: 1pcs Luxury Dash Cover
Feature:
1. Laser measured custom fit to each vehicle
2. Soft Foss fiber carpet will not fray or unravel
3. Colorfast non-shrink heat and UV reduction
4. All vents and sensor openings pre-cut for a factory finish look
5. Passenger-side air bag opening included where applicable, Doesn't get in the way of your airbag so you stay safe. "br"6. Easy installaton, Hook and loop fasteners included for easy secure installation "br""br""b"Attention please: "br"1) Please check the mat shape before your order. Also you can email to us for check. "br"2) As to the big volume for this pad, so we will ship it to you by circular Curly strapping. "br""br""br"All orders will shipped within 24 hours, about after 7-15 working days you can get it. "br""br"Any quesion please email to us. We will try our best to help you!

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