Granturismo outdoor car cover.

sionie1

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If you’re going to regularly use one, near trees and out in sunlight I wouldn’t bother with a Maserati one, I’ve had 2. As it’s elasticated eventually the seems degrade, as does the material. It goes just like old elastic, brittle. The first one the dealer exchanged after 12 months, no quibble, but once the 2nd one started going the same way I changed to Stormshield. If however its an occasional cover whilst you’re on holiday or on for a month here and there you may get better value from the Maserati one than did. There’s a difference in price though if you see one for £78!
 

Scaf

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I have a Maserati one bought from someone on this forum - it was perfect when I got it - two years later it’s degrading is not waterproof and, at best keeps dust and debris off the car.
 

Goodfella

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I have a Maserati one bought from someone on this forum - it was perfect when I got it - two years later it’s degrading is not waterproof and, at best keeps dust and debris off the car.
Dear Oww dear..

Bit like the Maserati battery conditioner then, completely inadequate..
 
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