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    WeatherTech floor mats or another brand?

    I had the WeatherTech floor mats in my Accord and really liked them. I totalled that car and now have a 2015 Toyota Camry. The carpet looks like new and I want to keep it that way.

    Are there any better floor mats out there? Any recommendations appreciated!

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    Re: WeatherTech floor mats or another brand?

    I like WeatherTech (except for the expense).

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    I definitely liked the ones I had. Approximately 200 bucks for floor mats isn't cheap but I'll spend it as an investment in keeping the car in good shape if there's nothing else comparable or better on the market.

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    Re: WeatherTech floor mats or another brand?

    So I started searching and found a brand I'd never heard of, Husky Liner. The reviews I read seemed pretty positive and with some creative shopping I decided to try them for about the 1/2 the price of the WeatherTech ones. I'll report back after I get them and put them in.

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    WeatherTech is stupidly overpriced. I use RubberMaid, and they work fine. 10 or 12 bucks at Walmart, and my carpets are like new.

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    The price on the WeatherTech was pretty nuts. That's what sent me in search of something else. I did want a fitted mat that covered the dead pedal though and so far, after 3 days, I like the Husky mats. They were less than 1/2 the cost of the WeatherTech mats and fit as good or better than those did in the Accord I had. The trunk liner also fits very well.

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    My Weathertechs dont even cover the dead pedal...

    That style does work great in winter though, though I pull them out in summer to see more carpet.
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    I had WeatherTech in the Accord I totalled a couple weeks ago and they covered the dead pedal. Strange the ones for the Subaru don't

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    WeatherTech for sure it's a great product and always protect the carpet

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    Re: WeatherTech floor mats or another brand?

    Quote Originally Posted by SLM View Post
    So I started searching and found a brand I'd never heard of, Husky Liner. The reviews I read seemed pretty positive and with some creative shopping I decided to try them for about the 1/2 the price of the WeatherTech ones. I'll report back after I get them and put them in.
    I have used Weathertech since 2007 and love them. That said I just bought new ones for a 2015 Lexus RX350 and a 2018 Mini Countryman. Noticed they seem slightly thinner than those purchased in 2007 and 2012. So for kicks I just looked up the Husky mats. Guess what? In both cases Husky said they may not fit the vehicle.

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