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Old 05-08-2019, 11:41 AM
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I got the OEM floor mats and folding cargo tray from Bernardi. I'm happy

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... Thinking about cargo cover, but don't really see it as desperately needed since it's pretty difficult to see what's in the trunk, with the small window and dark tint.
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I had a cargo cover (the "window shade") for my Pilot. I almost never used it and it only got in the way if I had to fold the seats down to carry something big. It also rattled a bit in either position. Annoying. So, it spent most of its life in the corner of my garage. Unless you know you want it, I would suggest, don't bother.
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Old 05-18-2019, 02:44 PM
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My Maxpider mats are in transit from the factory overseas. They should hit the market, by early summer is my guess.

In the mean time, I got the cargo liner prototype fitted on Friday. Here it is. The side pieces can be detached. It's pretty cushy to sit on. I'm happy with it.
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Old 05-18-2019, 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by birdonamission View Post
So far so good with the OEMs after 7 months (and through the first winter).

Is it a thing, though, that after going through a full-service car wash the attendants never re-lock the mats and you have to do it yourself?
I'd rather they didn't even try. Knuckle-dragging animals are more likely to break something they don't understand.
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Old 05-18-2019, 09:36 PM
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Originally Posted by njtc View Post
curious about the tuxmats, coverage looks amazing, but canít decide if I like the way the look. Anyone have pics of the tuxmats on black interior of an rdx?
I don't have black seats with Tuxmat but with red (pics below). Have Weathertech on 16' RDX and it's OK. Good front but bad rear. Weathertech rear mat is thin so it curled up less than a year. To be fair, I live in hot TX.

I like Tuxmat so far, it fits really well and like the additional clip accessories to hold things down (I didn't really need the clips, but used it anyway for assurance). Rear mat is far superior than weathertech, it covers more and tucks under rear seat nicely.
Summer is coming up, so we'll see how Tuxmax handles hot TX heat.










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Old 05-18-2019, 09:52 PM
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Very nice coverage on those TuxMats!
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Old 05-18-2019, 10:00 PM
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I have been using tuxmats for past 6 months and really like them. Easy to clean and look good. I have received compliments on how great they look. They are also holding up pretty well.
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Originally Posted by bluntman72 View Post
Sorry about the size of the photos, but these mats are HUGE!

They cover much more than the OEM all weather mats and the Weathertech mats. I like the fact that they cover the carpet up to the side sills and there is even a little bit of coverage below the seat controls. I didn't install any of the extra clips or velcro pieces included with the mats, but they fit snugly. My order included the rear mats, but kept them in the box for now.






So, why do TuxMat not use the RDX clips?
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Old 05-19-2019, 08:10 AM
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So, why do TuxMat not use the RDX clips?
There's only 1 floor clip on Tuxmat to hold the driver side mat down. I don't think it's needed but it's probably there for safety I assume... ensuring no accidental mat slip to hinder pedal operation in case.

There are no floor clips on front passenger nor rear mats because it just fits really snug, no room for play. I suppose they could have put similar OEM clip for front passenger, but I assume they didn't for: 1) keep cost down, 2) less area where liquid can seep thru or 3) simply don't need it (I will say don't know for sure, these are just my guesses)

I used Tuxmat provided side clips to additionally secure corners or exposed sides where it can cause separation from floor. Tuxmat also provide velcro tapes in addition to generous amount of side clips I mentioned(pic), but I didn't use any velcro.for my application. Maybe after summer, we'll see it fairs.

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Wow...those Tuxmat are impressive. I bought the Acura ones...and appear to regret it.

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Originally Posted by EFR View Post
Wow...those Tuxmant are impressive. I bought the Acura ones...and appear to regret it.
Indeed!

I have Subaru All-Weather Mats in my wife's 2016 Legacy and Acura All-Weather Mats in my 2019 RDX.

Looks like I'm buying a few TuxMat sets ...
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Old 05-19-2019, 03:53 PM
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Try Tuxmats

I did get the OEM mats but their coverage is very poor if you live in a climate with snow, sleet and salt. Got the Tuxmats, complete coverage, perfect fit. Sorry I got the OEM's because now I have to take time and sell them.
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Originally Posted by JsRDX View Post
I did get the OEM mats but their coverage is very poor if you live in a climate with snow, sleet and salt. Got the Tuxmats, complete coverage, perfect fit. Sorry I got the OEM's because now I have to take time and sell them.
They arenít worth anything so just save for when you sell the car.
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I went with TuxMat per someone's recommendation on here and couldn't be more pleased with them. The coverage is superior and the price was very good. I am keeping the back seat mat in year-round for muddy camping trips.
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I just ordered the Tux's. If you look at Amazon, they are cheaper than Tux's website. I reached out to Tux...said the prices on their website are in Canadien dollars, and Amazon in US dollars. Ebay (direct from Tux) is even a little cheaper than Amazon
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Originally Posted by oblio98 View Post
Get the official mats and cargo liner from Curry and save money. I did and it was fast and sweet. (Not affiliated, just a customer)

https://www.curryacuraparts.com/
I see they have them listed for $135.95.
They don't specify which mats are included. I assume that it includes 2 front and 2 back. Correct?
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Originally Posted by Lend27 View Post
I see they have them listed for $135.95.
They don't specify which mats are included. I assume that it includes 2 front and 2 back. Correct?
I got the full set from Bernardi for less. They came the very next day. I couldn't believe that. As I recall, they charged about $30 for shipping everything but no tax.

https://acura.bernardiparts.com/Prod...7-TJB-210.aspx
https://acura.bernardiparts.com/Prod...5-TJB-200.aspx

The WeatherTechs might have more coverage but they're way more expensive. Also, the WeatherTech cargo tray doesn't appear to fold. So, I got the OEMs so that everything matches. They look nice and they do the job.

The Tux mats above have a lot more coverage but I don't care for the look.
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Originally Posted by Lend27 View Post
I see they have them listed for $135.95.
They don't specify which mats are included. I assume that it includes 2 front and 2 back. Correct?
That is correct. I bought them. Two front and one back (covers both sides). No shipping cost. Took about a week to come in. So far happy with it.
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