The door leather was roughly 22 bucks each. My pricing was a little bit less due to getting cost on the parts
It is super comfortable it brings it to the height I am used to in my other cars. It functions the same as stock one. The lighting kit is just ok, I didn’t want it but there is no optional not to install itCool I had considered this item but it was very pricey and I wasn't about to try to install it. Is it comfortable? Does it work a lot like the original? How is the lighting on it?Upgraded the center arm rest for the optional one with the light kit, the install was a pain in the ass.
Thanks for links. Ugh, looks like the door panel has to be removed to replace the armrest. Is this true? If so, I may not fool with that, or at least not unless I have new speakers waiting to be installed.Some Civic owners found the Insight center console parts (without illumination) to be half price compared to same Civic part. They even seem to have driven backorders on the Insight part, especially on the black ones.
One Civic owner posted pictures of the ivory leather upgrade from ivory cloth interior; the color match looks pretty good in regular lighting, but has tonal difference in overhead (moonroof) lighting.
I don't believe so. They should just be held in by tabs and pop off. I'd suggest using trim tools. The section that has the buttons pops right off.Thanks for links. Ugh, looks like the door panel has to be removed to replace the armrest. Is this true? If so, I may not fool with that, or at least not unless I have new speakers waiting to be installed.