Archives – January, 2010

Prius Seat Covers Protect Your Hybrid Car

Pamper the seats of your Prius with the custom tailored Prius seat covers. For greater comfort and pleasure inside your car, you need to maintain your seats. Getting the effective seat covers offers a hassle-free solution for your seat maintenance.

Your Prius seats are exposed to varieties of hazards and abuses. Dust, friction, UV rays, heat, spills of beverages, remains of food items, kids, pets, and several other elements leave dirty claws, scratches, and discoloration to your upholstery and damage it severely .When it comes to prevent these seat-destroying elements there are certain aspects that the Prius seat covers you get must come with.

Custom Tailored Prius Seat Covers are precisely tailored auto accessories. Prepared keeping the specifications of the year and model of your Prius, these fit right. The snug fit Prius accessories embrace your original upholstery nicely and ensure desired protection against abuses and hazards and greater convenience. Snug fitting is not the only reason that the Prius seat covers by come with.

Besides perfect covering they come with exceptional strength and color fastness. Coupled with exceptional breathability, the UV resistant and are reasonably priced and durable. Similarly, the breathable material makes your Prius seats suitable in all weather conditions. Custom tailored Prius seat covers are available in a huge array of colors and materials to choose from.

Some of the best Prius accessories include Leatherette, Neoprene Prius Seat Covers and Spacer Mesh seat covers among others. So, get the most suitable seat covers and add appeal and comfort inside the vehicle. After all, getting the custom Prius seat covers is the smartest investment decision that you can take.

Leave a Comment January 29, 2010

Tall Driver In a Prius Can Buy Seat Extensions

The Toyota Prius seat extension brackets extend your driver and optional passenger seats back 4″ inches to help deliver more comfort while driving for anyone over 6′ feet tall.  If you have ever felt cramped in your vehicle you came to the perfect place.

The Toyota Prius seat extender brackets were engineered and manufactured for the taller commuter.  The brackets are manufactured out of thick 10 gauge steel that is rated up to 36,000 PSI. Made in the California. There is no welding, cutting or hard labor involved. The installation takes less than 20 minutes on average and is so easy you can do it yourself. Every EMS brackets comes with a lifetime guarantee. We have no doubt you will love your seat extension brackets as well as your car all over again.

1 Comment January 19, 2010

Upgrade Your Prius Handling and Suspension

Suspension Upgrades with Strut Tower Brace

The Prius strut tower bar is arguably one of the least expensive upgrades that can provide a very high degree of benefit that is felt immediately after installing. Often one of the first modifications performed on a vehicle, the strut tower brace improves handling and stability of a Prius.

By connecting specific points of the undercarriage of your Toyota Prius, this under brace reinforces the strength and stability of the chassis. This under brace is also very lightweight, so it will not add much surplus weight to that of your overall vehicle.

The strut tower bar has been very popular due to its low price and high functionality. By connecting the strut towers, and creating a balance, the shocks are prevented from independently moving and causing small changes in suspension geometry.

Under Brace for Chassis Flex Reduction

Sometimes you might notice your car feeling a little unstable on the freeway under certain conditions such as high winds or being passed by another car. The Prius Uni-Body tends to flex under many driving conditions. You can improve the overall ride quality and handling of your Prius with a chassis stiffener.

A chassis stiffener provides a rigid framework under the Prius to eliminate chassis flex, ensuring correct suspension geometry at all time. It bolts directly to the sub frame to further stiffen the uni-body. This item is often overlooked; especially on Prius were it is extremely important to reinforce the chassis. The Prius experiences flexing and twisting of the chassis is very common in the 2004-2009 Toyota Prius.

The under brace prevents this unwanted behavior by connecting specific points of the undercarriage to reinforce the chassis. Your car will feel more stable and solid, turn in more accurately and corner more quickly

Leave a Comment January 14, 2010

Ford Fusion VS. Toyota Camry – And the Winner is…..

Car and Driver recently held a competition between various hybrid makes and models, which calculated scores in numerous categories. These included (but weren’t limited to) driver and passenger comfort, trunk space, fuel economy, steering feel, and styling. While the competition proved to be close, Ford Fusion ultimately beat the Toyota Camry and other hybrid competitors. The results were so close, in fact, that mere opinions could have altered the ultimate result. It is for this reason that I will present some of those opinions and help you to make your own decision.

If you are looking for a smooth and effortless drive, the Camry is a great place to start. This hybrid is quiet and unrushed. The interior is comfortably spacious, and the ride is soft and easy. This car will surely get you where you want to go with nothing but ease and comfort, and you will feel as though you are slipping through the mainstream cars quietly and unnoticed. The Camry also has many upgrades for the 2010 model including six speeds instead of five, a restyled grille and tail lights as well as optional satellite radio and automatic windows.

Driving the Fusion, however, if often compared to playing a video game. It is known for being a fun and informative hybrid, as well as for having the ability to drive on solely the battery when moving at or under 47 miles an hour. The Fusion has incomparable features and amenities, as well as top of the line fuel economy stats. It is a powerful hybrid with many bonus quirks and settings. Upgrades to the 2010 Fusion will include an improved chrome grill as well as a more powerful engine and a quieter cabin.

Of course, our store is already loaded with accessories and necessities for both of these hybrids. We offer all weather floor liners to cargo mats and side window deflectors. But, you should probably pick out a car before you go shopping and accessorizing for it, right? So, which car is better for you? I would recommend test-driving both of them (in order to help make a better decision, only, of course).

Car and Driver Contest Results

Leave a Comment January 8, 2010

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