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Weather Tech Mats- Pictures inside

My digital fit weather tech mats showed today. Here are a few pictures (cell phone) of the mats as well as installed for anyone who may be interested in them.

Overall, the fit is really good, they aren't snug against the sides as they were rolled up for shipping so once they straighten out they'll be fine. We have some pretty harsh winters on the east coast so hopefully these will help protect the carpets.







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they most definitely will help. just dont let puddle form once that snow melts and watch the mats in the rear. passengers with snow on their boots will easily leave enough water to roll onto the carpet; the rear mats dont have the walls like the front mats do..well not that tall of a wall/trim

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My digital fit weather tech mats showed today. Here are a few pictures (cell phone) of the mats as well as installed for anyone who may be interested in them.

Overall, the fit is really good, they aren't snug against the sides as they were rolled up for shipping so once they straighten out they'll be fine. We have some pretty harsh winters on the east coast so hopefully these will help protect the carpets.







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Looks good. I just installed weathertech liners in mine though mine are tan. One question about the cargo mat. How hard does it make it to get into the underfloor storage compartments? That's why I've held off buying that one.
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It's not hard at all, the cargo mat doesn't weigh that much and can be lifted up with ease.
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It's not hard at all, the cargo mat doesn't weigh that much and can be lifted up with ease.
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It's not difficult to lift up but if you had things in that storage that you would want to access fairly often it would be a little inconvenient. I store a 2.5tonne jack, rachet set and an emergency kit so the mat works well for me. Hopefully those are items I won't need to access regularly!
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I keep some tools, jumper cables, folding cooler, and a few other things in there. All the stuff that sat out and slid around in my Sorento. Of course if it hadn't had that nearly useless 3rd seat I would have had a little more under floor room.
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I keep some tools, jumper cables, folding cooler, and a few other things in there. All the stuff that sat out and slid around in my Sorento.
Did you know that if your battery dies you can't unlock the rear cargo door to get your jumper cables? That's why I keep my jumper cables in this compartment just behind the back seat:


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Nice tip, Junebug - thanks!

Do Weathertech mats EVER go on sale? Every coupon code I've seen for Autoanything excludes them. *harrumph*

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Nice tip, Junebug - thanks!

Do Weathertech mats EVER go on sale? Every coupon code I've seen for Autoanything excludes them. *harrumph*
Cheapest place to buy them is usually streetsideauto.com

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