Amazon Car Floor Mats

Amazon Car Floor Mats

With custom fits for a wide variety of makes and models, the WeatherTech All-Weather Mats are more than twice the price of basic, universal mats, but they offer more complete floor coverage. That said, we think the similarly priced Intro-Tech Hexomat is a better choice if you’re looking for a custom-fit floor mat. Like the Hexomats, the WeatherTech All-Weather floor mats provide a snug and more precise fit than universal mats, and they use the factory floor-mat mounting points on the driver’s side for a safer and more secure fit. The All-Weather Floor Mats are made of the same soft, non-skid flexible resin used in WeatherTech’s universal AVM floor mats. They’re thicker and cushier underfoot than other floor mats, the Hexomats, or even WeatherTech’s own FloorLiners. That’s nice, but not entirely a good thing, because we found the sticky surface is harder to clean than any other mat or liner we tested, and it acts like a magnet for animal hair. We also found that the thickness of the All-Weather Floor Mats made them less able to conform to the floor contours of the 2004 Toyota RAV4 we ordered them for, and that the front passenger side mat was too wide and needed to be trimmed—in spite of it being a claimed custom fit. Our Hexomats fit just fine.
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Amazon Car Floor Mats

Also Great $23 from Amazon Buy from Amazon Buy from Amazon A budget pick Motor Trend Clean Rubber Series Odorless Floor Mats This is an inexpensive mat that doesn’t look cheap. But, like all universal mats, it doesn’t provide as much protection as higher-priced custom-fit mats and liners. Something of a bargain in the seemingly endless sea of low-end mats, the Motor Trend Clean Rubber Series Odorless Floor Mats have a look and feel that belies their low price tag and sets them apart from other inexpensive mats from BDK, Custom Auto Crews, and OxGord. They’re also slightly larger and heavier than those competitors, which not only makes them feel more substantial but makes for a better fit in larger footwells. The upscale two-tone finish is worth at least a couple of bucks, and we found even the lighter-colored bits to be extremely stain resistant.
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Amazon Car Floor Mats

If you just want an inexpensive, basic universal floor mat to provide some protection for your car’s carpet or spruce up an older car on a tight budget, we liked the Motor Trend Odorless Rubber Floor Mats best. They’re something of a bargain on the low end, having a look and feel that belies their low price; they just don’t look as cheesy as bottom-end mats from BDK and OxGord. Their relatively flat design makes them easier to clean than more aggressive-looking Michelin mats we tried in both carpeted and all-weather styles, and the Motor Trend mats proved as stain-resistant as anything we tested. But like other inexpensive mats, they tended to move around more than we’d like and will require periodic adjustment to keep them in place. Like all traditional mats, they also lack the high side walls and precise fit of our top pick, the WeatherTech FloorLiner, and therefore don’t provide the same wall-to-wall coverage and protection.
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Amazon Car Floor Mats

The one-size-fits-all bargain version of WeatherTech’s All-Weather Mats, the AVM mats, have a similar high-quality look and feel. Unfortunately, they also have the same grippy surface. It can feel nice underfoot, but that surface makes the mats harder to clean. A unique MatGrip anchoring system for the driver’s mat screws into the carpet beneath and helps keep the mat in place. Thicker and heavier than all other universal mats we tried, AVMs don’t conform to floor irregularities as well as the Motor Trend CleanRubber mats or even cheap mats from BDK, Custom Auto Crews, and OxGord. Their design includes trim lines for a more custom fit, and the AVMs are easy to trim with scissors.

Amazon Car Floor Mats

We tested both Michelin All-Weather mats with and without carpeted inserts. Thicker and more substantial feeling than basic mats, they have a bit more style than cheaper BDK, Custom Auto Crews, or OxGord mats. Slightly larger, they’re a marginally better choice for larger footwells. We found their deep grooves and aggressive, deeply compartmentalized design was very good for containing fluids. But that design made the Michelin mats among the hardest to clean. We also found that in spite of their weight and size, they tended to slide around underfoot. Another drawback is that their design doesn’t lend itself to much trimming. The Motor Trend CleanRubber Series Odorless Floor Mats are less expensive and a better choice.
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Amazon Car Floor Mats

As you can see, all three of these top rated car floor mats provide the protection car owners are looking for. You don’t want to skimp on car floor mats that will wear out quickly, tear, or not do anything to truly protect your car’s interior.

Amazon Car Floor Mats

#3 BertL, Nov 23, 2015 OP, be aware that some people are reporting problems in at least one other TMC thread (I'll let you do that search) with 3rd Party Weathertech mats not fitting correctly on the rear seat floor. IIRC, from those people with the problem, it appears the Weathertech templates don't handle the floor rails on more recent front Next Gen seats properly, so the mats bunch up in the back around at least one of the rails on both sides of the center console. You may want to quadruple-check with “Topfit” that their mats are specifically designed for your MS and the seats you have. Personally, I'm happy with the Tesla All-Weather mats I installed the day I brought my MS home. They'll be in place all year, as long as I own my new MS. Like robby's comments on the Weathertech versions, the Tesla versions (made by Weathertech) are simple to clean, look good, and unlike all others, have a Tesla logo to-boot — oh, and with a little coaching, fit perfectly in the rear with my Next Gen seats. IMHO, it comes down to the esthetic, price, and perhaps amount of slush one design can hold over the other. Good luck with your decision.
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Amazon Car Floor Mats

OP, be aware that some people are reporting problems in at least one other TMC thread (I'll let you do that search) with 3rd Party Weathertech mats not fitting correctly on the rear seat floor. IIRC, from those people with the problem, it appears the Weathertech templates don't handle the floor rails on more recent front Next Gen seats properly, so the mats bunch up in the back around at least one of the rails on both sides of the center console. You may want to quadruple-check with “Topfit” that their mats are specifically designed for your MS and the seats you have. Personally, I'm happy with the Tesla All-Weather mats I installed the day I brought my MS home. They'll be in place all year, as long as I own my new MS. Like robby's comments on the Weathertech versions, the Tesla versions (made by Weathertech) are simple to clean, look good, and unlike all others, have a Tesla logo to-boot — oh, and with a little coaching, fit perfectly in the rear with my Next Gen seats. IMHO, it comes down to the esthetic, price, and perhaps amount of slush one design can hold over the other. Good luck with your decision.
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The materials that these All Weather Universal Car Mats are made of are odorless, non toxic and will stay flexible even in extreme cold temperatures.  These car floor mats will fit almost all vehicles including makes like Nissan, Cadillac, Honda, Chevy, GMC, BMW and more.  You will get 2 front driver and passengers mats and 1 rear side runner that goes from driver side to passenger side. They are available in black.
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Before installing the new mats and liners, we removed any old mats in the vehicles per installation instructions and thoroughly vacuumed the vehicle floors to ensure as good a fit as possible. We used vehicle factory mounting holes with mats and liners that were designed for them, noting how compatible those fits were. While installing, we noted any difficulties due to poor fit, overly stiff products that made them harder to install, or anything else that caused a problem. Once installed, we noted how well the products fit lengthwise and from side-to side and how flexible they were to conform with uneven floors and obstructions like floor-mounted fuel-door releases. We also evaluated universal mats to find out how easy they were to trim for a customized fit.
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With any of these three, your car will look better, be protected and cleaning will be easier too. Below we have even more information about car floor mats in our detailed buyer’s guide. With this information you will be able to easily choose the car floor mats that work the best for your vehicle’s needs.
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We preferred the Hexomats to the similar WeatherTech All-Weather Floor Mats, which are another model-specific choice and also use factory mounting points. Hexomats fit better in our 2004 Toyota RAV4, and their thinner profile conformed better to irregularities in the floor. The WeatherTech Mats are soft and cushy, but their non-skid surface makes them not only harder to clean than Hexomats, but among the most difficult to clean of all the products we tested. (WeatherTech’s All-Weather Floor Mats use a different material than that of our top pick, the WeatherTech’s FloorLiners, which we found are much easier to clean.)

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