Yes, I have it in grey. Seems to work fine. I have a carport, though, so it hasn't really been exposed to much direct weather but it does cover the entire car almost all the way down to the ground. It comes with a carrying bag if you want to keep it in the trunk. It does not have an inner liner as I had originally expected so I'm careful how I roll it out when installing.Does anyone use the 124 outdoor car cover from Mopar? Lists for $127, which is a pretty good deal, imo. Says it's water resistant, etc. What's been your experience?
Where did you get your Covercraft cover? I have been monitoring their site for 8 months and have not seen one for the 2017 Fiat 124 Spider. I'm looking for the Weathershield HP. I just checked again after reading your post, with still no luck.Thanks for your feedback. I ordered a cover from Covercraft based on looking over a friend's, and his experience with it. Lightweight, breathable, soft liner. Cost is 2x + , but I already canceled a previous order from another company, and the Covercraft will do. Plus the Mopar looks like it might b a little bit of a pita to put on, given how close the cut is in the site pic. Order will get here in about 3 weeks.
How is it holding up? Is it washable? I am looking for a cheap cover for use inside my garage, just to keep the salt air off it, which requires periodic washing.I've been using the Coverguard one from Good Win Racing every day. With how often it gets used, I imagine I'll end up stretching the elastic sooner than later, but it works wonderfully