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I still have my 10 year old OEM floor mats. Been thinking about buying Weathetechs for a few years now but haven't yet. I have them in my 2011 Avalon and they are really nice.
 

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I have a set of the Maxliner mats. They seem very good. I put them over the OE mats with no problems.


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I have used WeatherTech floor liners in many vehicles including my current truck. However, the last set of floor liners I purchased were Husky Liners for my wife's Rogue. I can recommend either without reservation.
 

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I got a set of weathertechs for Father's Day( would have bought them anyway), great mats always use them. I've got a set of the weather proof Nissan ( only 3000 miles on them)ones if you want em, make me an offer?
 

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Research-wise, and 'as usual', I went back&forth ad nauseum...and ultimately chose the pricier WeatherTech's. Not sure any floormat would "wow" me, but these WT DigitalFits seem well designed and constructed of quality materials. Time will tell...
 

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I purchased the WeatherTech digital fit for my 2015. I am very pleased with them for a few reasons. They fit perfectly, offer a lot of protection, easy to clean and the are made to hook onto the factory floor mat catches.
 

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If you have the factory sub, the Weather Techs won't fit properly in the back. The Husky liner rear mat for the CC has a cutout that allows the mat to fit properly. I chose the WT's up front and went with the Husky Liner in the back. Both blacks from the different manufacturers match well... don't know about the other colors offered.
 

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I have weathertech mats in the front and the back. I have been very happy with them. Cleaning my truck is pretty easy with them in place. Just dumping the dirt out of them makes the truck look pretty good.
 

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Another vote for Weathertech. Most all the ones I found on Amazon or Ebay said they wouldn't fit with the factory sub, so I went and ordered straight from Weathertech's website because they have that option.


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FWIW the factory all weather mats are great- as long as you don't have a manual transmission.

I had the dealership throw them in not realizing that there is a horizontal ridge that will catch your heel as you are letting up the clutch.

NBD if you run an auto but something to be aware of.
 

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FWIW the factory all weather mats are great- as long as you don't have a manual transmission.

I had the dealership throw them in not realizing that there is a horizontal ridge that will catch your heel as you are letting up the clutch.

NBD if you run an auto but something to be aware of.
Good to know...thanks. I recall requesting an all weather mat swap with the stock carpets after signing on the dotted line...but the dealer declined. Glad they did.

After having the WeatherTechs for a few months now, I've found them to 'live up' to the hype. Great design, fit & materials. Very easy to just dump any accumulated debris, then reinstall.
 
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