I just purchased a car cover from Costco, $30.23 with tax and it fits very well. goes all the way to about an inch from the floor all the way around, great cover.

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It's really hard for me to keep the car clean without a cover. I use the flannel lined covers. They are not cheap $180 but they work and I haven't noticed and swirl marks.
Swirl marks scratches are not from the cover it is from dust or dirt on the paint and the cover moving by way of the wind. I keep my car in a large locker, no wind but dust so a cover that goes all the way to the floor and is tight on the ends keep the car very clean.

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Here's my experience with covers;

Indoors a flannel cover is best, fit isn't as important, but the better it fits the happier I am as it prevents any movement.

A generic cover outside is a waste of time, the only covers I've had success with are the ones that are flannel lined, breathable and a snug (designed) fit. Everything else blows off or leaves marks on the car, it's critical it fits with no room for movement.

The dealer supplied ones have been good, a California Car Cover I purchased for a Mustang to fit on a Mustang was terrible.
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I have had other covers that are nice over the last 40 yrs flannel covers are nice, but inside not outside this cover does a great job. Buy the way NEVER put plastic over your car.
Indoor cover = two flannel bed sheets (flat) sewed together with seam facing up.

Fit P perfectly, can be easily folded up, keeps cat paws off the paint, and can be washed easily.

does not mark the paint whatsoever
Years ago when I was commuting to/from work, I found that a Fiero was very slightly LARGER than a Pantera in every dimension, and my Fiero car cover fit the Pantera perfectly.

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