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Jaguar has always had a high seal of quality. So when your convertible top or interior seats start to show wear or have been damaged, you will want to match the quality of the rest of your Jag. Our dual offerings for Jaguar include 1) replacement convertible tops and 2) replacement seat covers. Each of these lines is made to factory-original standards, cuts and materials so your brand new soft top or seats will look fresh from the factory showroom with tailored quality. Our products come in the finest materials, in original colors, styles and options to match your Jaguar. They are made in the USA by highly-skilled craftsmen, so you can be sure that your investment in your Jaguar will last years and look great doing it.
Our confidence in our products is proven with our 100% fit guarantee and manufacturer's warranty. With strong relationships with OEM suppliers we have factory-original materials needed to produce top-performing replacement soft tops and replacement seat covers that can support this warranty. Our manufacturers have tried-and-true experience tailoring tops and seat covers that are durable and a precise fit for your Jaguar using factory-accurate patterns. This means that you can purchase a replacement convertible top or seat cover with confidence when you shop with TopsOnline.
Another benefit of shopping for your Jaguar with TopsOnline is our expertise in all things related to Jaguar convertible tops and seat covers. We've been in the business since 1989, so we know what makes or breaks a good replacement soft top or seat cover and we are always happy to help our customers. Don't know what color to order for an exact match? We can help with that. Want to change up the material or color? Upgrade the quality from your original? Trim the cost of your project? We have options. Get started shopping now or reach out to our Customer Service team with your unique question.
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