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Since I'm daily driving my convertible, the QX60 only gets driven on the weekends and some weekends it doesn't even get driven at all. I don't have a covered garage, so my cars stay outside in our drive way. They're safe, but exposed to birds, tree sap, etc. I'm thinking it's time to invest in a car cover for the QX60 to prevent it getting paint damage. What is everyone using? I didn't come across a Infiniti specific cover and I don't know what size/material is good for this as I've never bought a car cover in my life. Help?


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sorry..... our vehicles are in the garage, so I've never had a need to shop for a cover either. It sounds like even the dealership doesn't have official Infiniti ones? And nothing on google or amazon? For me, as I am sure you have already tried, Google and Amazon are always my first two places to look. What about Weathertec? I just found this one... https://www.weathertech.com/infiniti/2015/qx60/sunbrella/ kinda pricey, but if you literally can't find one otherwise.... A quick amazon search for "Infiniti QX60 outdoor car cover" brings up TONS of results that are much less costly than the weathertech one. But many of the amazon options seem like small truck/SUV 'one size fits all' kind of things. But if you had the rough dimensions and one fit and worked for you, all the better. Hope this helps. I feel like mostly I just ask questions and get answers, so hope this is useful for ya!
 

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Thanks. I hadn't seen the weather tech one. Looks nice, but **** of a price for pay. I'll consider that as a backup option if I can't find something more reasonable. All the Amazon ones are universal, I was hoping someone here could give feedback on what they've bought and what worked well for them, even if a universal one - but then I know that one particular item will work well with my car. Otherwise it's a crapshoot.
 

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Went ahead and ordered the Rain-X universal cover. I'll update when I receive it and install it.
 
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Went ahead and ordered the Rain-X universal cover. I'll update when I receive it and install it.

Agreed on the Weathertech price being REALLY steep. RainX seems like it would be a solid option, even being universal. As long as it fits snugly enough to not blow off if the wind picks up throughout the day. Hope that works out to be a good option for ya!
 

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im looking at carcover brand they have different kinds from just dust in the garage to full on Snow blizzard covering, and 116 degree heat
 
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