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Could you please suggest me a good seat cover for honda crv 2017 for both front and back. It should cover full seat, not just top part.
I prefer leather ones.
 

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Hi there, here are 2 recomended options we carry for the 2017 CRV. Both are leather and cover full seat, plus they do not interfere with air bags. Both are custom-fit options for the 2017 CRV, which means they will fit the right way without being too baggy. Just follow the links below to see what they are about.
CalTrend leather custom seat covers at CARiD
Coverking genuine leather custom seat covers at CARiD
Hope this helps, as it is always good to have several options to consider.
 

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I'm debating between Wet Okole and Weathertech. Both have simple clean lines and can blend in with the rest of the interior. However, Weathertech cautions on seats that have built in airbags while Wet Okole specifically states their design is made to work with airbags in the seats (by way of a flap in the seat cover that will pop open when a seat airbag deploys). Do the 2017-2018 CR-V's have airbags inside the seat? If so, I do not see the "air bag" tag that is usually sewn into the seat seams on the outside bolster.
 

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According to the US Honda Owners website, the 2017 CR-V has front airbags, front and rear Side Curtain Airbags (located in the ceiling above the side windows), and Side Airbags:

Side Airbags
The side airbags help protect the upper torso and pelvis of the driver or a front passenger during a moderate-to-severe side impact. They are housed in the outside edge of the driver’s and front passenger’s seat-backs. Both are marked SIDE AIRBAG.
http://owners.honda.com/vehicles/information/2017/CR-V/features/Driver-Airbag-Seat-Position
 

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I'm debating between Wet Okole and Weathertech. Both have simple clean lines and can blend in with the rest of the interior. However, Weathertech cautions on seats that have built in airbags while Wet Okole specifically states their design is made to work with airbags in the seats (by way of a flap in the seat cover that will pop open when a seat airbag deploys). Do the 2017-2018 CR-V's have airbags inside the seat? If so, I do not see the "air bag" tag that is usually sewn into the seat seams on the outside bolster.
Here's my Wet Okole I got installed yesterday.




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I have the OEM seat cover on my rear seat in my 2013 and highly recommend it. Took only 30 minutes to install and I didn't use the directions. Seat cover.JPG
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I have the OEM seat cover on my rear seat in my 2013 and highly recommend it. Took only 30 minutes to install and I didn't use the directions.

Is that why it's sideways? <img src="http://www.triumphrat.net/images/smilies/bothhands-meholdit-spanner.gif" border="0" alt="" title="wrenchin2" class="inlineimg" />
Hahaha I couldn’t figure out how to turn them around. I’m not very tech savvy.
 

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Here are pics of my '17 with Ivory interior and my new CoverKing Spacer Mesh Custom Covers. Install wasn't as easy since they don't have instructions or videos for the 5th gen. Had to use the 4th gen and improvise. Like the covers and think they will keep my from burning and sticking to the leather seats in summertime wearing shorts all the time. Not quite as nice as Wet Okole but much cheaper.

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BTW, the color was a perfect match and with the black really pulls together the interior colors.
 
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