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Old 04-12-2018, 09:59 PM
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What floor mats do you use?

I'll go ahead and admit it. I haven't put in hard floor mats in the TL since I got it and went through the winter without them. Only had the carpet TL floor mats. That needs to change.

Question is, what floor mats do you all use? Of course I want Weather-Tech floor mats but at $200 for the front and rear passengers...that's a pretty penny. I know Husky makes floor mats that are cheaper but they only have a universal fit version so I don't think it'll look as good. Should I bite the expensive bullet and go Weather-Tech? Suggestions?
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Old 04-12-2018, 11:17 PM
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I live in Minnesota.

I sprung for the Weathertechs.

It was worth it.

I think you'll be happy, even if you gotta eat beans and rice for a couple weeks.
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Old 04-13-2018, 09:10 AM
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I live in Minnesota.

I sprung for the Weathertechs.

It was worth it.

Except every spring I have to desalt the carpet by the accelerator.
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I also didn't want to pay that much for brand new Weathertechs so I waited patiently for a used set. I eventually saw an ad on Craigslist selling front and rear Weathertechs for TL AWD used for $100 and bought it the same day it was posted. Check Ebay too because I bought a set of Weathertech mats (front, rear, and cargo liner) used for my 07 MDX for $90 shipped. Since it's Spring, you'll have the next 6 months to look for a deal. I recommend you look into the OEM all season mats as well. The coverage isn't as great as Weathertechs but they'll be easier to find used and for a little less money. Keep in mind that FWD and AWD TL has their own set of mats.
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Old 04-14-2018, 06:10 PM
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I use the OEM floor mats that came with my car. Luckily my car was a lease prior to me purchasing it so it came with all weather mats as well.

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Old 04-15-2018, 01:21 PM
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Weathertechs as well. Love them and easy to remove and clean.
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Old 04-16-2018, 10:52 AM
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I have 3D MAXpider floor mats in my car. Been two years now and still holding up well.
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OEM all weather
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Avoid the eBay special knockoff mats. They donít work with the retaining clips at all.
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I got WeatherTechs as well. I saw another brand in the AZ 4G TL posts "awhile" back but the the rear section didn't go over the bump.
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Weathertechs in the front and OEM all weather rubber ones in the back since they get used infrequently. Salt stains by gas pedal is PITA to look at whenever weathertechs get washed.
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